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If Epson charged by the lumen and applied pico projector rates, the new Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 710HD Projector would cost tens of thousands of dollars. Instead, it’s only a couple of hundred dollars more than a pocket projector, yet it puts out an astonishing (by pico standards) 2800 lumens. 

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3 years ago
Hands-on Review

Whether your family is gathering for the holidays or the neighbors are coming over to watch the big game, a home theater projector facilitates entertainment on a grand scale, surpassing the picture size of almost every TV. 

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3 years ago
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Though I was raised and grazed on film I have no qualms admitting I haven’t shot a roll of the stuff since August 2001 (with a Nikon N90 and Fujifilm Astia in case you’re curious). I appreciate film, respect film and certainly miss the disciplined aspects of shooting film, but at the end of the day I’m perfectly happy with digital imaging, warts and all. 

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3 years ago
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Just because the outdoor drive-in movie complex has largely disappeared from American suburbs doesn’t mean you can’t set up your own theater—in the driveway. You may already own some of the components, and they don’t necessarily have to be seated in a convertible.

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3 years ago
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With the arrival Epson’s Stylus Photo R3000, Epson has narrowed the gap between their prosumer photo-quality desktop inkjet printers and their larger-format, Professional Imaging inkjet printers. In terms of physical size and technology, the Stylus Photo R3000 (aka the SP R3000) is both larger and technologically more advanced than the Epson Stylus Photo R2880, which it supplants as the top gun of Epson’s prosumer desktop line-up.*

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3 years ago
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Epson has announced a replacement for its popular Stylus Photo R1900, and as you might have guessed, it will be called the Epson Stylus R2000. The new 13 x 19” desktop printer has had a number of tweaks and improvements made including larger ink cartridges

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3 years ago
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While there are a number of scanners selling for under $1,000 that are capable of producing high definition, well-detailed scans of flat artwork, few in this price range are capable of producing high-def scans of photographic transparencies, most notably 35mm slides. One of the few exceptions to this rule is the Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner.

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4 years ago
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The latest update of Epson’s well-respected line of 13 x 19” desktop printers is the Stylus Photo R3000. Unlike most product upgrades, which are often a combination of cosmetics and feature tweaks, the Stylus Photo R3000 was engineered to reflect the feedback and requests of long-term Epson users.

Most notable is how many of the improvements found on the Stylus Photo R3000 are borrowed from Epson’s Stylus Pro-series printers. Among these upgrades are sturdier construction, higher-capacity (25.9ml) ink cartridges, which is about 3x the capacity of the cartridges found in Epson’s earlier desktop printers, a new 1”, 8-channel MicroPiezo AMC (Advanced Meniscus Control) print head (180 nozzles), and advanced media handling (front-in, front-out) for heavier fine-art media.

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4 years ago
Hands-on Review

For over a decade, Epson has been producing an ever-improving family of Photo Stylus desktop printers designed to deliver faithfully-rendered, archival-quality digital inkjet prints at remarkably affordable prices.

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5 years ago
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If you wish your holiday greeting cards were more personable (more you?), perhaps it's time to start creating them yourself. Many desktop printers come bundled with software containing greeting card format templates, and even if they don't, most imaging applications, including Photoshop CS/2/3, and Elements, enable desktop printing for pretty much any format you can think of.

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6 years ago

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