The Epson EF-100 is a small, but bright, projector with built-in streaming capabilities.
Check out our full review of the Epson EF-100.
It's designed to be placed just about anywhere.
Though you can adjust the focus, there's no zoom. For a bigger or smaller image, you'll have to move the projector.
Powered by a laser light source, the EF-100 is more efficient than its UHP-lamp counterparts. It still requires big fans, though.
There's a 3.5mm headphone jack on the side.
The EF-100 is bigger than a "pico" projector, but a lot brighter.
Just focus, volume and keystone controls up top.
The back panel is covered by a removable mesh grille.
There's only one input, HDMI, which is typically connected to the included media streamer.
Or, you can connect your own HDMI source, or a different media streamer.
Remote No. 1
This remote controls the projector and the media streamer.
Remote No. 2
This remote controls just the media streamer, if you want to use it separately.
The included streamer runs on Android. It's not quite as slick as a Roku or Amazon Fire Stick, but it does have HBO Max, which as of this writing neither of those do.
The EF-100 is designed for a variety of placement options, including vertically to project an image on the ceiling.
Here's the main menu of the streaming stick.
During a press event, Epson showed off a modified EF-100 with removed and clear panels. Sadly, such a cool look is neither available, nor practical.
A look down into the innards.
The laser light source, or as Epson calls it, MicroLaser Array Projection Technology.
Two of the three LCDs that create the image.
Connecting the streamer stick. Keep going for more photos of the EF-100 in action.
With a built-in Android TV wireless streaming stick and a 100-plus-inch image capability in a tiny package, the Epson EF-100 aims squarely at big streaming fans.
Check out our review of the EF-100 for more info.