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1 ERISAN Projector Video Home TV Theater, LED Android 6.0 WiFi Bluetooth, 220 ANSI ERISAN Projector Video Home TV Theater, LED Android 6.0 WiFi Bluetooth, 220 ANSI By ERISAN
9.8
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2 Mini Projector, BOMAKER GC555 Portable Projector with Carry Bag, 3,600 Lux LCD Video Mini Projector, BOMAKER GC555 Portable Projector with Carry Bag, 3,600 Lux LCD Video By GooBang Doo
9.6
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3 Projector, ABOX A2 720P Portable Projector, 3000 Lumens 1080P Supported LCD Video Projector Projector, ABOX A2 720P Portable Projector, 3000 Lumens 1080P Supported LCD Video Projector By GooBang Doo
9.1
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4 ERISAN HD-F20B Projector, 500 ANSI Brightness, 1080P Supported Portable LED Video Beam, Compatible ERISAN HD-F20B Projector, 500 ANSI Brightness, 1080P Supported Portable LED Video Beam, Compatible By ERISAN
8.8
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5 VANKYO Performance V600 Native 1080P LED Projector, 4000 LUX HDMI Portable Movie Projector VANKYO Performance V600 Native 1080P LED Projector, 4000 LUX HDMI Portable Movie Projector By vankyo
8.7
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6 2019 Masterpiece, WiFi Mini Projector 1080P Supported, 2400 Lumens Full HD Video Projector 2019 Masterpiece, WiFi Mini Projector 1080P Supported, 2400 Lumens Full HD Video Projector By Jinhoo
8.3
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7 Wireless Projector, YONTEX WIFI 3600 Lumes Portable Home Cinema Projector 1080p Support Wireless Projector, YONTEX WIFI 3600 Lumes Portable Home Cinema Projector 1080p Support By YONTEX
8.1
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8 VANKYO Portable Projector with 2500 Luminous Efficiency, Support HD 1080P, Mini Projector VANKYO Portable Projector with 2500 Luminous Efficiency, Support HD 1080P, Mini Projector
7.8
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9 QKK 2019 Newest, Mini Projector with Projector Screen, 176" Projection Size, 1080P Supported QKK 2019 Newest, Mini Projector with Projector Screen, 176" Projection Size, 1080P Supported By QKK
7.4
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10 VANKYO Leisure 510 Portable Projector, 4200 LUX Full HD 230" Screen Movie Projector VANKYO Leisure 510 Portable Projector, 4200 LUX Full HD 230" Screen Movie Projector By vankyo
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Your Guide to Buying an Projectors Eric Hewitt

Whether you are presenting in a big seminar or inviting your friends to your home for a movie night, a projector allows you to give you a larger-than-life feel. It is like an inverted camera, which throws light out of a lens, but does not receive it. A projector offers more screen space than a television or a laptop--it is probably the most flexible and easiest way to share presentations or get a theater-like feel for a movie. Choosing the right projector can be quite easy, as long as you know your prerequisites. To help you find the best projector in the market, we have put together a guide to help you.

Types of Projectors

  • Business projectors are mostly used for presentations, seminars, or classrooms, and are designed to produce static images like the slides and graphs in PowerPoint. These projectors are also known as “multimedia” or “data projectors”, and have an HDMI port which can be connected to a laptop. Most of these have wireless projection and multiple inputs, which make it easier to connect them to computers and laptops.

  • Home theater projectors are known for high-quality images, proper contrast, and rich color saturation. These projectors give a feel of the movie theater--it is best to install them in a dedicated place where you can control the amount of outside light.

  • Pico or pocket-sized projectors are so compact that you can carry them in your briefcase and hold them in your hands. They are extremely handy and are ideal for off-site meetings. They are perfect for small gatherings.

  • Large venue projectors: These projects are perfect for a large audience in stadiums, worship halls, and lecture halls. They are the brightest among the projectors available in the market, but they are not portable and cannot be carried everywhere. It can be installed with a multimedia projector to enhance the quality of the image. 

What Reviewers Say

After going through thousands of projector reviews, we found that most users look for these three qualities when it comes to buying the projector:

  • Desirable features: For ease of installation and hassle-free projection, you should look for certain features like HDMI, which allows easy and instant digital connectivity. Other features, such as image correction, which helps to rectify a skewed image or wireless capacity for projecting without cables, are quite useful.

  • The technology used: The main technologies that are used in projectors are DLP (=Digital Light Processing) and LCD (= Liquid Crystal Display). Both are good, but DLP gives a soft smooth image which is preferable for video applications. The LCD projectors are more appropriate for computer/data applications because they produce bright and sharp images.

  • Warranty: There is a different warranty policy for each brand of projector. It is better to pay a little extra if you know that the manufacturer of your projector will respond to your distress call and solve any problems within 24 hours. 

Important Features

  • Consider the throw ratio: The throw ratio is defined as the ratio of the distance from the projector's lens to the screen (called “the throw”), divided by the screen width. A larger throw ratio means a more focused optical system. It helps you gauge how wide the image will be if you place the projector at a specific distance from the screen. If you want to permanently install the equipment, it is imperative that you calculate the throw ratio. In the event that you have a space constraint, you may select a short throw projector, which will allow you to place the projector quite close to the screen but will still display a wide enough image.

  • Check the screen size: A rule of thumb for calculating the screen size of the projector is to calculate the distance of the “least-favored viewer”--that is, the distance of the person farthest from the screen--and multiply it by 1/5. For example, if the person is sitting 50 feet away from the screen, the screen size will be 10 feet high.

  • Estimate how much ambient light is needed: The image should be clear and bright enough to be seen by all viewers. Under ideal conditions, a projector should be used in a dark room, because the more light means the lower will be the contrast, which will completely destroy the image. 

Top-Rated Brands

Epson: Epson, one of the leading manufacturers of projectors in the world, is known for cost-effective machines which boast of a number of useful features, such as high-quality images and the inclusion of latest technology.

Viewsonic: Three things define the high-quality projectors of Viewsonic: 1) color accuracy, which offers a more varied color range than conventional DLP projectors, 2) best overall projector warranty, and 3) smart design.

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