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Epson PP-100 Discproducer Now Available Through WYNIT
September 5, 2008

WYNIT, Inc., a major distributor for the digital imaging and print and presentation markets recently announced the availability of a new disc duplicator from Epson. The Epson PP-100 Discproducer makes disc duplication and printing easy with direct CD and DVD printing. Epson’s new disc duplicator uses six color printing technologies to achieve photo-quality images on standard and glossy media. The unit, which can be operated unattended, comes in a solid and dust-resistant body that provides businesses a less expensive, faster and more secure option than outsourcing disc production. It offers status reporting that creates a user-friendly experience. Discproducer™ can produce up to 100 discs

Epson Bows Gen-4 MovieMate
August 26, 2008

Epson America in October will ship the first model in the fourth generation of its MovieMate all-in-one home theater projector series. The 480p, 3LCD MovieMate 55 ($699) replacing the 1,000-Lumens MovieMate 50, will up the ante in brightness, with a specification of 1,200 Lumens. The model, the latest in the three-year-old MovieMate line, bundles a projector with a CD/upconverting DVD player and speakers in a single small-footprint chassis with a carrying handle. With a single plug-in connection to a power outlet, it is ready to project images sizes up to 120 inches for a distance of up to 12 feet, and

Epson Cinema System Now Shipping
July 8, 2008

Epson announced Monday that its new Epson Ensemble HD Home Cinema System has begun shipping to U.S. dealers. The system, which includes a projector, motorized screen, integrated DVD player, surround sound by Atlantic Technology, a universal remote and all attendant accessories, was recently named a finalist for CEDIA’s Best New Product Award. Being pegged towards the start of the Summer Olympics next month, the Home Cinema System comes in 1080p and 720p denominations, which are priced at $6,999 and $4,999, respectively. “The Ensemble HD delivers more than just a perfect combination of high-end audio and video components,” the director of Epson America’s

Epson Stylus CX9475Fax
April 4, 2008

This ink jet all-in-one printer is designed to print, scan and share files over a wired or wireless network from anywhere in the office or home with Epson’s InstaNet technology that offers an intelligent, automated network installer. The all-in-one offers printing, copying, scanning and high-speed black-and-white or color faxing as well as the ability to print photos with or without a computer, using the 2.5-inch tilt LCD. In addition, it achieves fast speeds, producing both black and color text documents at up to 32 ppm and copies up to 30 cpm. Additional features include Advanced DX3 MicroPiezo print head technology; DURABrite Ultra ink; Automatic

Epson High Definition Projector
January 22, 2008

The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 720 features 3LCD technology to deliver high-definition 16:9 images and video, smooth shadow detail and outstanding tone response 51; with no risk of color break-up or distracting rainbow effect. Additional features include 3-chip optical engine; up to 1,600 ANSI lumens for brightness levels; 10-bit color processing; up to 10,000:1 contrast ratio; 100 percent vertical and 50 percent horizontal offset lens shift allowing easy installation without any need for digital keystone manipulation; and more. Available for $1,299 (estimated price). www.epson.com

Epson Launches Sub-$3,000 1080P Projector
January 9, 2008

Epson at 2008 CES unveiled a new projector that delivers 1080p (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) resolution and 50,000:1 contrast ratios. The PowerLite Home Cinema 1080 UB uses a 3LCD optical engine based on the D7 chip set with C²Fine and UltraBlack technology. The unit will sell through brick-and-mortar and online retails and is aimed at the DIY home entertainment market. PowerLite Home Cinema 1080 UB can display sizes up to 120 inches. Epson is now offering a $200 mail-in rebate with the model, bringing the cost down to $2,799. Key features include 12-bit processing for vivid images; two HDMI 1.3 inputs for high

Epson Introduces the PowerLite Home Cinema 720
October 23, 2007

Epson on Tuesday announced the release of a new, low-priced projector the, the PowerLite Home Cinema 720. Coming to market in late October, the product projects up to 120 inches of high definition image quality and is available for a suggested retail price of $1,299. In a statement released by the company, Director of Multimedia Projection Products Mike Isgrig discussed the product’s features. “This product sets a new price/performance standard by offering truly amazing image quality driven by an advanced 3-chip optical engine and 10-bit color processing,” Isgrig said. “It also offers state-of-the-art features usually found in more expensive projectors, including lens shift

Epson PowerLite Pro Cinema 1080 UB Projector Introduced
September 11, 2007

Epson announced last week at CEDIA the release of a new high-definition home theater projector - the PowerLite Pro Cinema 1080 UB. The new high-end projector delivers true 1080p (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) resolution and contrast ratios measuring up to 50,000:1. The product, Epson says, will deliver the best image quality yet for projector in the sub-$5,000 price category. “Beyond offering the best 1080p image quality the market has seen in this price category, our engineers have also discovered numerous ways to incorporate other unique features and control options that enhance the installation, setup and calibration process,” director of multimedia projection products, Mike Isgrig

Epson, Atlantic Technology Combine on All-in-One Home Cinema System
July 11, 2007

Epson said last week that it is releasing a prepackaged, affordably priced, integrated home cinema system it designed in designed in collaboration with loudspeaker company Atlantic Technology that will be available with either an Epson 1080p or 720p projector, at $6,995 or $4,995, respectively. The products will be available through custom installation and A/V specialty retail channels, in the fourth quarter of this year. The Ensemble Home Cinema System, says Atlantic Technology President Peter Tribeman, is “a complete home theater system, in every sense of the word.” Besides including the projector, which is nested in a ceiling-mounted cradle with detachable surround speakers