Your favorite video games will be projected onto the largest surface in your home—your wall—by Epson’s new projector designed just for gaming.
The Home Cinema 2350 4K PRO-UHD1 3-Chip 3LCD Smart Gaming Projector is the newest projector in Epson’s Home Cinema 2000-series, and its primary use is for playing video games. However, it may be used to watch TV and movies—either by streaming through the built-in Android TV or by connecting via HDMI to another device.
The Home Cinema 2350 can project in 4K Pro UHD, as its full name suggests, so you’ll get crisp, sharp, and fluid video. According to the manufacturer, it can handle games played at 120 frames per second at 1080p resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate or 60 frames per second at 4K.
Epson also claims that the Home Cinema 2350 has an input latency of under 20 milliseconds, which is somewhat more than the ideal sub-16 millisecond lag for high-end monitors.
There is a catch. Each Home Cinema 2350 also comes with a built-in bass-reflex speaker (10 W) and Bluetooth music device connectivity. The speaker and Bluetooth audio are only compatible with content viewed on the onboard Android TV due to the nature of these projector connections.
You’ll need to receive your sound through a different speaker set-up or straight from the linked device because the integrated audio functions won’t operate with devices that are connected via HDMI.
The Home Cinema 2350 Projector is now offered directly from Epson and a few (unspecified) retailers for $1299.99; however, Epson’s listing currently lacks an Add to Cart button.