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Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 5010 / 5010e 3D 3LCD Projectors

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Epson announced the PowerLite Home Cinema 5010 and 5010e (wireless) 3LCD projectors designed to offer outstanding 3D and 2D image quality and performance for home entertainment and AV enthusiasts. With 1080p native resolution, contrast ratio of up to 200,000:1 and brightness of up to 2,400 lumens, these extremely bright 3LCD projectors are ideal for viewing on large screens and in ambient light conditions. Featuring bright 3D Drive Technology that brightens the image by doubling the image refresh rate from 240Hz to 480Hz, as well as cinema filter for improved color fidelity and a new Spilt Screen mode for watching two sources at once, the Home Cinema 5010 and 5010e provide a fantastic big screen experience at home. 3D glasses must be purchased separately.

The 5010e model adds 60GHz WirelessHD technology to deliver true uncompressed and lossless high-definition digital video, audio and data over short distances, wirelessly. It uses Silicon Image's WirelessHD chipset which consists of the SB9221 Network Processor and the SB9211 RF Transceiver.

The new Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 5010 models replace Epson's Home Cinema 8700UB and compete against Panasonic's PT-AE7000U 3D LCD projector.

Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 5010 / 5010e Features

  • 1080p resolution with bright 3D Drive Technology that brightens the image by doubling the image refresh rate from 240Hz to 480Hz
  • Bright 480 Hz drive technology for improving light output in 3D mode; extremely high brightness of up to 2,400 color and white light output for viewing on large screens and in ambient light conditions
  • Outstanding contrast ratio of up to 200,000:1 for incredible black levels
  • Split Screen feature for watching two pictures at once, or watching TV and using the Internet at the same time
  • Super Resolution technology and FineFrame Technology for smoother frame interpolation and sharper video quality (2D Mode)
  • Two anamorphic lens modes (stretch and squeeze) to enable 2.35:1 anamorphic viewing without an external processor
  • 2D to 3D conversion to enhance your 3D experience
  • Cinema filter feature delivers larger color space for improved color fidelity
  • Excellent video image quality with Fujinon OptiCinema lens (2.1 zoom ratio)
  • Epson 3LCD technology for amazing color and detail
  • WirelessHD for easy, high-quality audio and video connection to your HD sources without cables (5010e only)

Value-Add Features for Flexible Home Cinema

  • Five colors modes in 2D and two color modes in 3D to easily adapt to different viewing environments
  • HDMI (two), component video, composite video, VGA, RCA audio, and USB connections for flexibility
  • 230 W E-TORL lamp delivers high brightness and up to 6,000 hours of lamp life
  • Dimensions — 14.4″ x 16.5″ x 5.4″ (W x D x H)
  • Weight — 13.2 lbs
  • Warranty and Support — Two-year parts and labor limited warranty, 90-day lamp warranty

Price and Availability
The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 5010 ($3,000) and 5010e ($3,500) 3D projectors will be available November 2011.

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