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The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3010e ($1,799 direct) offers a lot to get excited about. It's one of a very few sub-$2,000 projectors to claim full 1080p HD in 3D as well as 2D; it's the only one to offer WirelessHD as a connection choice; and it's one of two—the other being a variation on the same model—built around an LCD, rather than DLP, engine. This last distinction makes it and it's near twin the only low cost 3D projectors guaranteed at this writing to be free of rainbow artifacts. The key difference between the 3010e and the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3010 ($1,599 direct), is that only the 3010e supports WirelessHD. In addition, the 3010 comes with two pairs of 3D glasses, while the 3010e doesn't come with any. At $79 (street) per pair, that makes the real difference in price closer to $360 than $200. Both models are otherwise identical according to Epson. It's also worth mention that the only other direct competitors at the moment are the Optoma HD33 ($1,500 street, 4 stars) and the Acer H9500BD ($1,700, 3 stars) that I've recently reviewed. SetupUnlike many Epson home entertainment and home theater projectors, including the 2D Editors' Choice Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 ($1299 direct, 4 stars), for example, the 3010e doesn't offer lens shift.
By MaximumPC, published 09-08-2011
Go big or go home, the saying goes. For those of you who think a 55-inch plasma just isn’t big enough, Epson’s just announced a new line of high-definition projectors capable of handling 3D images as easily as it handles 2D images. Fancy 3D projectors aren’t exactly new, but they’re still fairly rare, and even rarer are 3D projectors that only cost $1,600 like Epson’s entry-level model. ...