If you've been an avid reader of Techtree then you'll remember that we reviewed the Epson EMP-DM1 roughly around the same time last year. This little beauty was designed for home entertainment and came packed with a built-in DVD player, DivX support via a USB port and 3LCD technology for sharper, brighter pictures. This was all fine and dandy but there were a couple of shortcomings too. For instance, its native resolution was 4:3, which is not exactly ideal for movie watching.
It's been a year now and Epson seems to have made some minor modifications to the projector, which is now known as the EH-DM3. Featuring a very similar design to the older EMP-DM1, the native resolution has been bumped up slightly to 540p (compared to the older 480p), while the contrast gets a major boost at 2000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 3000:1. Other changes include a true wide lens with the option of 16:9 and 16:10 and an HDMI port for simplicity. The rest of the features are pretty much the same as the older model. Let's check out the bundle first.