Andrew Wyatt

Best 3D Projector For A Small Budget

3D Projectors are all the rage these days and rightly so. These devices have become more affordable in the recent past and many people are choosing them over traditional projectors. The benefits of a 3D projector are many as they provide a superior entertainment experience for comparable prices. Most 3D projectors can also support 2D

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Best Outdoor Projector For Low Budget

Organizing an outdoor movie screening can be a unique and quirky way of spending time with family and friends. But the fun can be greatly spoiled if the projector used for the screening is not up to the job. Hence, when buying a new projector, it is best to go with a multifunctional device which

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Optoma X316 Product Review – An Affordable 3D Projector

  Agreed, the Optoma X316 is not the best looking projector in the market today. But does it provide a good bang for the buck? Read on to find out. The device is great on price and the specifications are impressive as well. Optoma is known to produce powerful high brightness projectors and this device

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Bluetooth Connectivity with a Wired Normal Projector?

Can a normal wired projector be converted to a Bluetooth projector? Yes it can be done. Wired projectors are soon becoming a thing of the past and anyone buying projectors in 2016 should surely go with a wireless option. But what about people who bought a normal wired projector years ago and would like Bluetooth

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Bluetooth Projector Devices – Quick FAQ

A bluetooth projector can provide additional wireless functionality to your existing projector. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to add bluetooth capabilities to a device that doesn’t come with wireless support. Hence it’s probably best to ensure that the device you have your eyes set on supports bluetooth. Benefits of using a Bluetooth Projector A

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BenQ MH740 DLP 3D Projector – 4000 Lumens = Super Bright!

Any projector with about 3000 lumens (what’s this?) of color brightness is considered powerful/bright, but the BenQ MH740 DLP 3D projector comes with a color brightness of 4000 lumens in full HD. Couple this with fully functional 3D capabilities and you have a winner on your hands. This device has many cool features to make

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Flagship Ultra Short Throw Projector Devices – A compilation

An Ultra short throw projector is different from a short throw or dlp projector, you can read more about the techonology and concept behind them here. These projectors are relatively new in the market and can be considered as using state of the art technologies. Because these projectors are new entrants to the existing projector

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Epson VS230 – A Low Budget Gem

Epson is one of the oldest and largest manufacturer’s of multimedia projectors in the world today. The Epson VS230, priced at around $350, is the cheapest Epson projector that your money can buy. Given the price and brand, the device is worth a closer look. The device is marketed as a low budget projector that

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Acer P1173 DLP Projector- Product Review

The ACER P1173 is a powerful DLP projector that works well in both small and large spaces. The images produced are bright and accurate thanks to the SVGA resolution chip and a 3000 lumens OSRAM bulb. It can also be used as a 3D projector (glasses need to be bought seperately) while producing a sound

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Ultra Short Throw Projector – Exciting Concept and Technology

The flagship device in the ultra short throw projector niche is Sony’s 4K ultra short throw projector, although there are new entrants from other makers like Casio, Epson and Hitachi. Short throw projectors or other micro projectors have become popular among consumers because of their portabilty and ability to function in tight spaces. The ultra/ultimate

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DLP Projectors – Everything You Need To Know

If you are in the market for a home, office or classroom projector, then you’ve probably heard about the two major categories of modern-day multimedia projectors which are dlp and lcd projectors. DLP stands for “Digital Light Projector” and the technology behind it was developed by Texas Instruments in 1987. DLP projectors are fairly popular

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