Epson has launched a new ultra short focus projector designed for home entertainment; it provides 4K UHD resolution and Android TV system, enabling users to directly access and project their favorite streaming media applications. Like other ultrashort projectors, the Epson epiqvision ultra ls500 is designed to be very close to a wall or screen to project images into a target area in a narrow space. < / P > < p > when placed a few inches from the wall where the screen is located, it can project images up to 120 inches in size. The device can be placed close to the wall without having to install a gorgeous projector on the wall opposite the room. < / P > < p > at the same time, because the ultra short focus projector is placed close to the wall, people or pets will not walk in front of the projector to block the image. According to Epson, the ls500 supports 10 bit HDR, which can faithfully reproduce HDR content. This function, combined with 4000 lumens of brightness, can bring bright pictures. < / P > < p > the projector’s 3-chip 3lcd technology enables it to display the rec.709 color space; coupled with the huge contrast of 2000000:1, the black display is also in place. In addition, this model also uses 12 bit analog-to-digital conversion real-time video processing technology, in order to get rid of banded and blocking compression artifacts. < / P > < p > in terms of streaming media content, the ls500 projector adopts 18 Gbps HDMI 2.0 supporting arc, which is compatible with almost all color formats and color spaces as well as most 4khdr 60Hz content. The built-in Android TV platform can directly access all the applications supported by the operating system without connecting to a third-party TV stick or box. < / P > < p > Epson now offers ls500 4K Android TV laser projectors through its online stores and some retailers, with two models available: a 100 inch screen for $4999 and a 120 inch model for $5999. Global Tech