It’s officially Fall and the Holidays are right around the corner and that means it is time to gather with family and friends, enjoy some great company and watch some great movies. For us that means pulling down our 100″ projector screen and making our own movie theater. The new Epson Home Cinema 660 3LCD Projector is the ultimate portable projector that packs a big punch, beautiful bright colors, plenty of connections and builtin WiFi, this projector has it all.
When purchasing a projector one of the key features you want to look for is the number and type of inputs. Even if you only plan to connect a computer or DVD player to it today, that could change tomorrow and who wants to have to go and buy yet another projector? The Epson Home Cinema 660 3LCD as you can see in the pic above has many available ports. A HDMI port, a VGA port for connecting to your computer, standard video in ports, audio out port and a USB port. The built in USB port is great because we can connect our FireStick to the HDMI port and use the USB port to power it.
We love that this projector is portable, we can take it out to the backyard for movie night and I also plan to take it with me to our homeschool co-op classes this fall when I teach, weighing in at only 5.3 lbs. It can truly be taken anywhere. The menu for this projector is very intuitive and it is feature rich. Settings that you will not find in all projectors such as ceiling and pin cushion are must haves if you ever plan to mount your projector on the ceiling. Since the projector would be mounted upside down, you change the display setting to ceiling and it automatically adjust the display.
The Epson Home Cinema 660 3LCD is available at an excellent price point at only $359! This projector would be a great gift for the home family. Check it out today and be sure to show Epson some love on facebook, twitter and YouTube.
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