HDR or High Dynamic Range is all the rage these days. You can get this technology on TVs and monitors, even gaming consoles are jumping on the bandwagon as this technology significantly improves the viewing experience. Epson is a major player in the projector market and today it has launched new projectors one of which features HDR.

Epson today launched three new home theater projectors which offer full 1080p support at a relatively affordable price. Epson Home Cinema 3100, 3700, and 3900 projectors cost $1,300, $1,500, and $2,000 respectively.

Brightness across these three models ranges from 2600 to 2000 lumens and all of them provide horizontal and vertical lens shift feature. They are great for a home theater setup that doesn’t break the bank.

Epson’s LS10500 is the company’s new high-end projector. It features a laser light engine will enables the projector to instantly turn off and on. A 30,000 hour lifespan ensures that there’s no need for replacement light bulbs. The company promises a wide color gamut with this projector as it’s claimed to cover “the entire DCI color space.”

The LS10500 also features HDR10 support, Dolby Vision is not supported, this enables the projector to follow through on HDR signals contained in the content it picks up through 4K Blu-ray players and streaming devices.

This projector certainly doesn’t come cheap. The Epson LS10500 is going to cost $8,000 and it will be available for purchase later this year in the fall.

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