Epson G6050W
Epson G6050W
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Epson G6050W

A pretty new 5000:1 280 x 800 data projector, but with inferior features and high running costs
5000:1 WXGA (1280x800) Yes 39dB Jul 2016
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Epson G6050W Review

Released just 12 months ago, we have scored the Epson G6050W as follows for Summary.
Missing Some Features
12 Months Old
£184 Over 1 Year
Overall Score

Why Has it Scored 37?

Sony projectors have excellent reviews in general.
With it being less than a year since it was released by Epson, this projector features some of the latest projector technology. View the latest multimedia projectors 2017.
It has running costs of £184 over 1 year, which puts it in the most expensive 11% of all 1,763 projectors that we have compared it to.
This projector is missing some features:
Only 280 x 800 resolution
Does not support full HD
Does not have a built-in speaker
Only 1,080 video mode

Epson G6050W In-Depth Analysis


Epson Projectors Have Very Good Reviews

We checked 1,088 expert and user reviews (including 161 verified purchases) for Epson projectors and found that on average Epson has very good ratings compared to other brands. 97% of those that bought a Epson multimedia projector would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.


Quite Big Bulb Power

Projectors have bulb powers of between 3.5W and 4,200W, and the average bulb power is 260W. The bulb power of the Epson G6050W of 380W is in the biggest 7% of all projectors when ordered by this feature.

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Only 280 X 800 Resolution

The Epson G6050W has a 280 x 800 projector native resolution which is higher than the WXGA (1280x800) resolution found on most projectors.

A DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution is the best resolution across similar types of data projector.

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Does Not Support Full HD

Like most other projectors, the Epson G6050W does not support full HD. 64% of projectors do not support full HD.

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Does Not Have a Built-In Speaker

The Epson G6050W does not have a built-in speaker. 76% of multimedia projectors do have a built-in speaker.

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Only 1,080 Video Mode

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Fairly Loud Noise Level

Projectors have noise levels of between 10dB and 93dB, and the average noise level is 34dB. The noise level of the Epson G6050W of 39dB is in the loudest 14% of all projectors when ranked by this feature.

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Fairly Bright Projector Brightness

The projector brightness of the Epson G6050W of 5,500 ANSI lumens is in the brightest 15% of all projectors when ordered by this feature. The projector brightnesses of data projectors range from 12 ANSI lumens to 85,000 ANSI lumens, and the average projector brightness is 3,700 ANSI lumens.

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Released 12 Months Ago

Epson released the G6050W in July 2016.

Running Costs

Running Costs Are Very High

Based on fine usage levels and energy prices we estimate that the G6050W will cost £184 over 1 year to run, which makes it one of the least economic to run data projectors.

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers g6050w
92% cheaper to run
Vastly brighter projector brightness
Significantly longer service life of lamp
Cheaper to run by £23.20
Slightly quieter noise level
Shorter service life of lamp
19% quieter noise level
1h shorter service life of lamp
6% quieter noise level
A lot smaller bulb power
29% brighter projector brightness
2dB quieter noise level
5% bigger bulb power
1% higher running costs over five years