Epson EF-100W Projector

8.3

Design

8.0/10

Build Quality

8.0/10

Performance

9.0/10

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Great picture quality
  • Easy to install

Cons

  • Needs more inputs
  • Only WXGA resolution
Epson EF-100W Projector

We recently got hands-on with Epson’s latest projector, the EF-100W.

The EF-100W projector is robust, sleek and elegant. The projector is a beast of a device that on the outside, may not look all that impressive or grandiose, but on the inside, it is a monster of a device.

Some of the key features of the EF-100W include:

  • Laser Light Source
  • 3LCD, 3-chip technology – up to 3x brighter colours
  • Over 2,500,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • WXGA resolution
  • 2,000 lm colour brightness
  • 2,000 lm white brightness
  • 360° Installation 
  • Auto vertical keystone correction 
  • Built-in speaker

Small in size, but sleek in stature, the EF-100W is capable of displaying an image up to 150 inches in length and size. We only played with a 60-inch screen, but we’re still impressed nonetheless.

Anime looked great via Netflix

Additionally, because of its small size, the projector is lightweight and can be easily picked up, held, and attuned to whatever it is that anyone needs it for, which is suitable for someone like me who is always on the move.

Videos were still watchable in a bright room

Next, to its size and structure, let’s talk about brightness. The Epson EF-100W is bright and colourful. Even with light in the room, the projected content was still vibrant and easy to view. With earlier projectors, it was often hard to make out what was on the screen in any room that was not pitch black, not with this projector. It was a pleasure to sit in a bright room and still make out everything that is on the screen — no need to dim the lights and or blackout the windows.

At the same time, I love that the projector is compatible with most third-party devices like smart-phones, laptops, desktops, game consoles, and everything in between. All that we need to do is connect an HDMI cable to the port on the side of the device, and we are good to go.

Honestly, I can go on and on about this projector, but I feel it would be a moot point. It is a fantastic piece of technology that is well worth the price. I cannot recommend it enough. Next step, hook up a gaming console and locate 150 inches of wall space to project on.

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