Hello tech fans, Luke Westaway for CNet here at CES2015.
We're taking a look at this.
It's the Epson Powerlite Home Cinema 600.
This is a projector, and its main feature, absolutely, is its low, low price.
It's aiming to be cheaper, it's only going to cost $380.
Epson says that it's suitable for things like backyard movies, so you can take the thing outdoors to be a good alternative to watching tv in the evening.
It's got a 3,000 [UNKNOWN] bulb which is pretty cool.
If you spin it around and take a look at the back it's got an HDMI port, it's also got VGA, S-Video, and some USB options.
And the actual resolution of this projector is 800 by 600.
So it's an interesting little projector, as I say.
It's main super power is that low low price, but is it good value?
It's coming out in the US in mid-January, so hopefully, we won't have long to wait to find out.
That's all for now.
I'm Luke Westaway for CNET.
Check out cnet.com/ces for much more.
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