Epson launches world’s first most compact lifestyle HT projector

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World’s smallest lifestyle HT projector from Epson.
World’s smallest lifestyle HT projector from Epson.

At a recent launch in Kuala Lumpur Epson Malaysia, helmed by its Managing Director, Daisuke Hori introduced what it said is the world’s smallest home theatre projector, the EF-100.

Though compact the EF-100, which is available in either white or a combination black and bronze appears not to have sacrificed much in the way of performance.

The most outstanding feature of the EF-100 is its laser powered systems which negates the use of traditional lamps and offers up to 20,000 hours with essentially no loss of light output.

Epson also claims that the 23cm, 2.7kg projector is capable of delivering up to 2,000 lumens of light output and a contrast ratio performance of up to 2.5 million.

All these for a retail price of about RM3,999.

“With the EF-100 series, we aim to change the way people view content. With ease of use and portability as key features of the projector, users can carry the projector around and easily project in any room.

“Users who may have installation concerns when it comes to using home projectors need not worry as set up is a breeze with these projectors. With up to 150 inches in projection size, the home owner can now bring the cinematic large screen viewing experience right into their homes,” said Daisuke Hori, Managing Director of Epson Malaysia.

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Dick Tan is one of the longest serving member of the audio-video industry having spent close to 45 years in it. Tan started in the mid 70s working in audio showrooms and writing for fledgling audio magazines in the country.

“I have been through turntables to open reel and cassette tape decks to amplifiers and speakers in that golden era of hi-fi to the sophistication of today's digital audio and AV components such as Bluray and UHD Bluray discs players to streamers and beyond. In the end they all have one common goal … to achieve audio and video in the best, most efficient way possible.”

The other 'hat' that Tan wears, at least once each year, is that of the organiser of the AV Show which started in 1994. The KL International AV Show has been consistently held every year since for the last 26 record breaking years.