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Epson Home Cinema 2150, Wireless, Full HD, 1080p, 2,500 lumens for $699.99

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Bright — ideal for a variety of lighting conditions, the projector has 2,500 lumens of equal color and white brightness (1).
Widescreen Full HD 1080p entertainment up to 11 feet (132 inches diagonal) or more — over 4x larger than a 60-inch flat panel.
Amazing dynamic contrast ratio — up to 60,000:1 for even richer detail in dark scenes.
Wireless screen mirroring — mirror device photos, videos and apps using Miracast (Android/Windows 8.1/10).
Stream HD TV, movies, videos and games — supports MHL-enabled devices (2) for mirroring and charging (3).

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Decent I guess. But remember, no Horizontal lens shift on this one, and no glasses. Epson glasses are about $80+ I think.

For comparison, I got the Home Cinema 3500 last year for $800+tax, with the len shift, 2 pairs glasses.

Positives for the 2150, it has wireless, and lamp lasts longer since power usage is lower (200W lamp). Less heat means lamp lasts longer I assume. But I put an extra fan on mine anyway, since heat kills & they under-power cooling to keep things "quiet'. I'd rather it work than quiet. I've had many projectors and none have ever had the lamp die early, always lasts many years with 8-10 hour sessions of running it.
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Is this better than epson 2045? I am planning to return 2045 for 2150...Any inputs is appreciated..I got 2045 for 670 including taxes and 2150 for 740 with taxes...
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Is this better than epson 2045? I am planning to return 2045 for 2150...Any inputs is appreciated..I got 2045 for 670 including taxes and 2150 for 740 with taxes...
I have same question. I got 2045 for $550 though.
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Decent I guess. But remember, no Horizontal lens shift on this one, and no glasses. Epson glasses are about $80+ I think.

For comparison, I got the Home Cinema 3500 last year for $800+tax, with the len shift, 2 pairs glasses.

Positives for the 2150, it has wireless, and lamp lasts longer since power usage is lower (200W lamp). Less heat means lamp lasts longer I assume. But I put an extra fan on mine anyway, since heat kills & they under-power cooling to keep things "quiet'. I'd rather it work than quiet. I've had many projectors and none have ever had the lamp die early, always lasts many years with 8-10 hour sessions of running it.
Epson 3500 from BB was the best deal I missed last year. I think 3500 is discontinued
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Decent I guess. But remember, no Horizontal lens shift on this one, and no glasses. Epson glasses are about $80+ I think.

For comparison, I got the Home Cinema 3500 last year for $800+tax, with the len shift, 2 pairs glasses.

Positives for the 2150, it has wireless, and lamp lasts longer since power usage is lower (200W lamp). Less heat means lamp lasts longer I assume. But I put an extra fan on mine anyway, since heat kills & they under-power cooling to keep things "quiet'. I'd rather it work than quiet. I've had many projectors and none have ever had the lamp die early, always lasts many years with 8-10 hour sessions of running it.
Still kicking my self for not jumping on that deal... Wonder how many years it will be before 3700 goes to that price 😂
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I don't think this will fit on my key chain, or did I get confused?
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The price has dropped to $699 on many different sites, including Epson's own site.
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The price has dropped to $699 on many different sites, including Epson's own site.
Thanks for the update. I see this is $699 on bhphotovideo.com as well. Since no tax is collected, it seems like a better deal.

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...ector.html

On a sidenote, I am not sure if this will further drop during Black Friday. I am gonna go ahead with the deal anyway assuming credit card price protection covers for any (near) future price drops.
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This seems to be expensive to me. I can accept 4K
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This vs Benq 2050?
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Decent I guess. But remember, no Horizontal lens shift on this one, and no glasses. Epson glasses are about $80+ I think.

For comparison, I got the Home Cinema 3500 last year for $800+tax, with the len shift, 2 pairs glasses.

Positives for the 2150, it has wireless, and lamp lasts longer since power usage is lower (200W lamp). Less heat means lamp lasts longer I assume. But I put an extra fan on mine anyway, since heat kills & they under-power cooling to keep things "quiet'. I'd rather it work than quiet. I've had many projectors and none have ever had the lamp die early, always lasts many years with 8-10 hour sessions of running it.
Which Epson model has horizontal lens shift and glasses?
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This seems to be expensive to me. I can accept 4K
4k FP will cost you quite a bit more. Hopefully some more affordable options will debut at CES in January.
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Which Epson model has horizontal lens shift and glasses?
3500 or 5030.
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Which Epson model has horizontal lens shift and glasses?
3500, 3700, 5010, 5020, 5025, 5030, 5040.. I'm probably missing some models.
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