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Epson Powerlite 750HD Is The Perfect Projector For Small Rooms

Projectors are no longer just for movie theaters and 9th grade English classes. In the past few years, the home projector has made great leaps and bounds, and can now be considered a viable option for home theaters and large living rooms. With the Epson Powerlite 750HD, smaller rooms, and even dorms, can reap the benefits of a projector.

Front view of the Epson Powerlite 750HDFront view of the Epson Powerlite 750HD

Smaller (and cheaper!) than its big brother, the Epson Powerlite 8350, the Epson Powerlite 750HD also has some features not found in the 8350. Being half the size of the 8350 allows for more mobility, perfect for smaller rooms and apartments. The 750HD also has 3D capabilities. While this is a nice feature, 3D is still more of a gimmick to most users, but I'm sure there are a couple people out there dusting off their 3D glasses in anticipation. 

Top down view of the Epson Powerlite 750HDTop down view of the Epson Powerlite 750HD

The 750HD can project up to 300" and features widescreen entertainment. The resolution is 720p, slightly disappointing when using the projector at larger screen sizes. It does, however, produce 3000 lumens of both color and white. Essentially, the gives the picture a very crispy, and bright, picture. This really helps the picture quality in brighter rooms. The projector also includes a built-in speaker, which is a nice touch, but if you plan on doing and gaming or immersive movie watching, I would recommend investing in a home theater system.

Coming in at around $750, the Epson Powerlite 750HD is a great projector for the money.  While it would have been nice to see the resolution bumped up to 1080p, 720p still looks very good and the 3000 lumens helps make up for the lower resolution. The lack of good speakers is somewhat disappointing, however it is the norm with most projectors. If you are looking for a projector for basic television viewing, the 750HD is probably not for you. If you are looking for a gaming or a home theater projector, though, the 750HD might be right up your alley. 

Source: Epson and Amazon

Josiah Motley

Freelance writer with a focus on all things tech and gaming. Life Adventurer. You can keep up with me on Twitter: @Josiah_Motley or on my personal blog: BASExCAMP