The Epson EX71 sports an attractive piano black finish, which gives it a high quality, elegant appearance. The projector is very lightweight overall. As a matter of fact, Epson states that this new model is 30 percent smaller and 20 percent lighter than previous models. I felt that the size of the EX71 made it an ideal choice for traveling business men/women or those who simply travel a lot and want to take along a projector that is easy to pack.
The control layout is pretty basic on the EX71. This is a good thing when you consider that a feature-filled device such as this one could be relatively confusing to figure out otherwise. All of the controls are located on top of the projector, and there are only five of them, plus a five-button navigational pad which handles the menu navigation.
The buttons are labeled, which makes it easy to find the right one, and the dedicated “Help” button is a great addition to this projector, especially for those who may be a little less tech savvy than most people and tend to get lost when trying to use a device such as the EX71.
The EX71 features a good selection of inputs/outputs for connecting the projector to various sources as needed. In all, the EX71 offers the following connections on the rear of the unit—and by the way, each is labeled to make it easier for those who may not be familiar with the various inputs/outputs out there:
·RCA composite (basic sound/video)
·S-video (better quality video)
·Two types of USB ports for connecting to a computer
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