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Epson Release 130-Inch ‘Laser Projection TV’

Epson has launched its new 4K ‘Laser Projection TV’ in Australia, just days after Samsung’s ‘Premiere’ 4K ultra-short throw laser projector entered the market.

Available in a bundle, the Epson EH-LS500B Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector accompanies an Ultra High-Definition Ambient Light Rejecting Screen for “exceptionally bright, colourful, and sharp picture in virtually any viewing environment.”

The Laser Projection TV harnesses a unique ultra-short throw lens which enables set-up just half a metre from any wall, to deliver images of up to 130-inches in size.

Epson’s EH-LS500B Laser Projection TV is available from authorised Australian retailers from $5,499, accompanied by a three-year warranty.

  • EH-LS500B projector: $5,499.00
  • EH-LS500B projector with 100-inch screen: $6,599.00
  • EH-LS500B projector with 120-inch screen: $7,199.00

The Laser Projection TV is powered by Epson’s 4K Pro-UHD 3LCD technology, pledging three times brighter colours and reliable performance – suitable for movies, gaming and sports.

An Epson Smart Media Player is also included in the box, alongside a remote with voice control search.

Several HDMI ports display 4K HDR content at 60Hz, boost by two 10W speakers.

The product offers up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance free operation via laser technology, presenting ultra-bright images of 4,000 lumens colour and 4,000 lumens white.

A dedicated 4K enhancement processor uses pixel-shifting resolution-enhancement tech to present an immersive display experience, with the projector housing a dedicated full 10-bit HDR processor – using 100% of the HDR source information.

The system features a contrast ratio up to 2,500,000:1, for deep blacks and brilliant, impressive colours.

Further information and full product specifications are available on Epson’s website here.

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