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New projector has ‘widest colour gamut’

ISE 2015 marks the first European showing of Epson’s new EH-LS10000 laser projector, featuring 4K enhancement technology. Home cinema enthusiasts can now enjoy the ultimate in picture quality, the company says, with this 1080p full HD laser projector with 3LCD Reflective technology.

The EH-LS10000 is Epson’s first projector to feature 4K enhancement technology. It utilises a dual laser light source to deliver what Epson says are absolute blacks and the company’s widest colour gamut.

Epson is also exhibiting an update to its EB-G6000 range of corporate and higher education installation projectors. Said to be ideal for use in office meeting rooms, lecture theatres or large classrooms, the new range features improved connectivity and an enhanced standard lens to help better address the needs of the market.

In addition, ISE 2015 features a demonstration of a large portrait projection using the latest Z-series projectors. Three Z-series models are being used to projection-map a 3D model of a Z-series projector to help show its inner workings and overall build quality.

Visitors also have the opportunity see the differences between 3LCD and DLP technology. An EB-1985WU projector is being pitted against a comparative DLP projector to highlight what Epson believes are the differences

in brightness, colour accuracy and the volume of colour that can be achieved with 3LCD technology.

Also on show is Epson’s EB-1430Wi interactive meeting room solution, with its whiteboard functionality, demonstrating how businesses can transform meeting rooms to help create a collaborative and interactive space for customers.