This week we have another Epson Projector for review, but the segment is totally different. There is no in built DVD player or any other fluff - this one is a straight up serious performer suited for the mobile presenter; of course it can be used at home too. Thus it comes with a considerable price tag. Read on to see what we think of the EB-1915
Design and features
A clean milky white chassis greets you once the projector is removed from the black carry bag in which it’s packed up neatly, snuggled in the carton. The unit is quite flat and even comparatively light in weight. There are 2 black stations on the top panel; one for lens control and the other housing the buttons, all of the latter being small black push buttons labeled accordingly. The base panel is also black in color, thus the aesthetics have a contrasting look.
It’s curvaceous at the corners and smooth on the surfaces - overall very neat looking. The back panel houses the i/o, which are, in no particular order, one HDMI, 3 USBs, S-video, composite video, 2 audio ins, 2 VGA ins and one VGA out. Last but not least there is an Ethernet port.
The native resolution of this unit is 1024 x 768, thus making it 720p capable natively. The tech used
Published Date: Mar 04, 2010 09:58 am | Updated Date: Mar 04, 2010 09:58 am