At $800 the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 700 projector isn’t bad, but it’s not great either. It’s an entry-level projector so we’ll keep that in mind. The 700 can throw up a 270-inch image with a resolution of 720p and 2000:1 contrast ratio. The light output is 2000 lumens and life expectancy is estimated at 4000 hours in low light and 3000 hours in high light output mode. The white 700 weighs in at 11.5 pounds and comes with a mono 7W speaker, HDMI port, D-sub, S-video, composite, USB (A and B) and an SD card slot. If it had a tilt shift lens I’d be tempted, but I think I’ll pass.
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