Projector on the one hand, multimedia player on the other. The new Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 combines two necessary functions in one device to be able to enjoy multimedia content in a big way.
We have a portable laser projector capable of generating an image of up to 150 inches with FullHD and HDR resolution. Additionally, the Mini EF12 incorporates Android TV to be able to connect to the home WiFi and broadcast directly, without having to incorporate a USB with content or having to connect it to another player.
Yamaha speakers and a compact size
Epson’s Mini EF12 is a compact projector. A small box about 12.8 centimeters high and 17.5 centimeters wide. It is designed to broadcast in any direction, be it on the wall or the floor.
In addition to adding its own operating system and acting as a projector, it is Epson’s first projector to also adds 5W speakers, signed by Yamaha. The company’s goal is that we only need this projector to get the full multimedia experience and it even promises that the sound quality is equivalent to that of some sound bars.
The laser projector comes with 3LCD technology, promising 2,500,000: 1 contrast, better shadows and up to three times the brightness of DLP projectors. We have a 16: 9 aspect ratio, 10-bit Full HD resolution and a white light emission of 1,000 Lumen.
Among the connections we have a USB 2.0 type A port, one type B and a minijack audio output in case we want to connect it to another sound device. It also has Bluetooth and dual HDMI port.
Epson’s new laser projector with Android TV is available at an official price of 1,410.65 euros.
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