Most still don’t think that home projectors are a thing people want, but Epson explained that observations of the Malaysian market said otherwise. According to Epson, the company saw a 7% increase in home projector installation for the FY2018.

This is certainly encouraging for Epson, which is why it continues to launch of new models of home projectors such as the new EH-TW7400 and EH-TW9400. Powered by the company’s new 4K PRO-UHD technology, these two projectors come with advanced pixel shifting and a resolution-enhancement technology. The new projectors aim to deliver high levels of brightness, colour accuracy and detail. To be more specific, you’re looking at a high maximum dynamic contrast ratio of 1,200,000:1, DCI-P3 colour space and 2,600 lumens.

The two models specifically target two market demographics.

The two models specifically target two market demographics.

Even better is the fact that the EH-TW7400 and EH-TW9400 are HDR-compatible, so you’ll be able to get enjoy some sweet evening Netflix binge sessions with greater visual quality. In addition, the new projectors come with a 12-bit digital processing chip inside that has a Frame Interpolation (sharpens edges) and Advanced Motion Control to smoothen those fast movement or action scenes.

EH-TW7400 has enough brightness to operate with some ambient lighting without issue.

EH-TW7400 has enough brightness to operate with some ambient lighting without issue.

Epson has announced that the new projectors are expected to come to Malaysia in mid-April, at a retail price of RM9,800 for the EH-TW7400 and RM14,919 for the EH-TW9400.