Epson launches EpiqVision EH-LS800 super-ultra-short-throw 4K Laser Projector

Epson has launched a new home cinema projector, the EpiqVision EH-LS800. The “super-ultra-short-throw” 4K laser projector has a throw ratio of 0.16:1, allowing you to project an image 150 inches (~3.81m) wide from a distance of 285mm (~11.2 inches). The Epson 4K projector has a built-in Yamaha 2.1-channel sound system, as well as Google Chromecast and Google Assistant voice commands.

Epson 4K Projector EpiqVision EH-LS800

Epson has unveiled a new home cinema UST projector, the EpiqVision EH-LS800. The company defines this gadget as “super-ultra-short-throw”, with a throw ratio of 0.16:1, allowing you to place it just 285mm from the wall for a 150-inch image ( ~3.81m) wide. You can also place the Epson laser projector 230mm from the wall for an 80-inch (~2.03m) image. The 4K laser projector has a peak brightness of 4,000 lms and a contrast ratio of 2,500,000:1.

The home cinema projector features a laser light source with an L-shaped lens, using 3LCD technology to produce a bright, lifelike image. In game mode, the Epson 4K projector has an input latency of less than 20ms and a 2D vertical refresh rate of up to 240Hz. The EH-LS800 comes with a Yamaha 2.1-channel 20-speaker system Integrated W, with FR-Port, DSP, and AudioEngine technologies to optimize the sound experience.

With the built-in Android TV, you can download popular streaming apps to the device and use tools like Google Chromecast and Google Assistant voice commands. You can also connect to the gadget through a series of ports including HDMI ARC and USB-A. You can configure the LS800 UST projector using the Epson Setting Assistant application, with the Quick Corner and digital zoom tools.

Epson EpiqVision EH-LS800 price and release date

The EpiqVision EH-LS800 4K laser projector has been listed on the website at $3,499.99 without any availability details.

Epson 4K Projector EpiqVision EH-LS800

Last week, Optoma introduced the UHD35STx latest multimedia projector that can project images up to 762 cm (300 in) wide, with a brightness of up to 3,600 lumens. The company suggests you could use the new smart projector for gaming, with a 240Hz refresh rate and 4ms response time at 1080p, and it is priced at $1,749.

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