Easy image set-up: a 1. 3x zoom enables flexible placement in any environment, at throw ratio 1. 2-1. 47: 1. Vertical keystone correction +/- 40 degrees allows the EH412 to be off-center without having to elevate it to project the image onto the screen, resulting in an easy, more flexible image set-up;
The Optoma EH412 is a fairly high-spec projector that is suitable for businesses looking for a powerful, bright 4K projector for presentations or for classrooms. The EH412 is brighter and has more lumens than all of the other models we tested, and it delivers a vivid, colorful image that was sharp enough for our testing purposes. The EH412 also has several connectivity options, including HDMI, VGA, audio out and RS232, giving it more flexibility than other projectors we tested, and it's portable enough to take from room to room. The EH412 is also one of the few projectors we tested that's capable of handling 4K video, so it provides a future-proofing benefit for businesses planning to upgrade to 4K content in the future. However, the EH412's brightness ceiling is 3,000 lumens, which is lower than the other projectors we tested, and the projector's 3,000: 1 contrast ratio is the lowest of the projectors we tested, so the colors are not as vibrant as some of the other projectors we tested. The EH412 also costs more than most of the other projectors we tested, so it's more expensive than other projectors that also have 4K support and are a bit brighter.
BUSINESS AND HOME THEATER USE - Up to 200" projection (in low light conditions). Includes remote for easy navigation.
The AAXA Technologies M6 is a high-quality, portable projector that projects a 1080p image at 120 lumens, which is bright enough for most business presentations. It boasts an impressive 30,000 hour lifespan for its LEDs, which means it won't be needing a replacement lamp any time soon. The M6 is compact and lightweight, making it perfect for presentations in a small room. It also supports both HDMI and VGA inputs, and can connect directly to the projector using a micro SD or USB drive. The M6 also comes with a leather carrying case, which doubles as a speaker stand. The projector has a relatively slow refresh rate of 60Hz, so motion blur and judder may appear on fast-moving objects. However, this is still acceptable for business applications. If you need a projector for the occasional home movie night, the AAXA Technologies M6 is an excellent choice.
[High Quality & Function] Innovative design of dual fan cool system,improve air flow and efficient ventilation,extending the use time of the machine. The detachable dust-proof net is easy to clean. The side-sliding design of the lens cover never loses, and beautiful appearance. Use the digital zoom to remotely reduce the image size and electronic 4D/automatic keystone correction, easy to obtain clear rectangular image. It also supports auto image flip for convenient upside down projection.
The Ares K1 is the first projector we tested that comes close to meeting our standards for image quality. The projector's native resolution is 1,920 x 1,080, and it supports 4K resolutions up to 3,840 x 2,160. The clarity and color of the K1's images are far superior to those of most projectors we tested, and it's especially impressive for its size. The K1's image quality is also exceptionally bright, with an image brightness of 10,000 ANSI lumens and a native contrast ratio of 6,500:1. The K1 has a solid build quality and is very easy to use. It's powered by an Ushio USHIO lamp, which lasts much longer than most projector lamps, and it comes with an 8,000 lumens lamp in the box. The K1 has a wide range of inputs, including 2 HDMI inputs, a VGA input, a USB port, an audio input, and a USB slot. The projector offers Bluetooth, a 3.5mm audio output, and a cable output, and it supports Google Assistant and Alexa. The K1's wireless connectivity is fast and stable, and it's easy to set up. The projector's remote control is well-sized and easy to use. The K1's native resolution is high enough to support native 4K resolutions.4K content, but we did notice some pixelation when we watched 4K content on the K1, especially at the beginning and end of the video. The K1 also has a low resolution mode, which, at 1,080 x 800 pixels, is low enough to support 1080P content. The K1 is an outstanding projector, and it's the best projector we tested for picture quality, brightness, portability, and ease of use. The K1 is also exceptionally easy to use.
Short throw lens: experience a large 120" Image projected from 4. 5 feet away, at throw ratio 0. 5: 1; short throw Projectors allow placement closer to the screen making it ideal for more smaller spaces and easier installation
The Optoma EH412ST is an impressive short-throw projector. It's bright, easy to setup, features excellent image quality, and is versatile enough to use in a variety of environments. The EH412ST is a good choice for mid-sized classrooms, meeting rooms, or small to mid-size home theaters. The projector offers 4, 000 lumens of brightness, and thanks to Texas Instruments' DLP technology, the image is sharp and colorful. We liked that the EH412ST supports a wide range of connections, including HDMI, USB, VGA, and RS232, making it simple to connect a wide variety of devices. The projector's speaker is loud and clear, and it has a 10-watt speaker, which means the EH412ST is loud enough to use in classrooms and meeting rooms. The EH412ST's short-throw lens is 0.77 inches, which makes it easy to project an image onto large screens. The projector features 50, 000: 1 contrast, and when paired with compatible serge sources, the projector has true serge color, resulting in rich, accurate colors.
This model has been replaced with the IN119HDxa
The InFocus IN119HDx projector is a reasonable choice for medium-size meeting rooms, auditoriums, and even classrooms. It's bright enough, at 3200 lumens, for daylight use, and is quiet, with barely a whisper of fan noise. It offers good color accuracy, and image detail is sharp enough. The projector's 30fps native refresh rate is convenient, but images can be choppy at 24fps. The projector's image quality is its strongest suit, but the sound is a bit muddy. The projector's 15,000:1 contrast ratio and 3200 lumens output are impressive for a $500 projector, and it's bright enough for most classrooms. The IN119HDx's digital connectivity is standard, and it supports HDMI 1.4 and HD mmap. It also supports media streaming from external sources over HDMI. The projector's controls are convenient and easy to use. The projector's short (6.7-inch) is great for use in rooms with limited space, though some users may find its short throw distance challenging. The IN119HDx's short throw distance, limited input options, and relatively weak sound quality keep it from being the best option for home theater use, but for occasional use in classrooms or meeting rooms, it's a good choice.
Bluetooth 5.0 Function&Advanced Cooling SystemApoting the latest Bluetooth 5.0 chip, Dxyiitoo Bluetooth projector can easily wireless connect your Bluetooth speaker anytime.Built-in two 5W HiFi stereo speakers and SSR audio system, Dxyiitoo WiFi Bluetooth projector provides superior sound experience without external speakers.
The DG100S from DYXITOO has the most impressive image quality of any projector we've tested. Its 1080P resolution and 9600L brightness are ideal for watching videos, and its native 1920*1080 resolution ensures detailed, crisp images and video. The DG100S is also surprisingly bright, and its high native contrast of 10000:1 provides clear, bright images when displaying dark scenes in movies. The DG100S is also very good value. It offers a throw distance of 10 feet and an MSRP of $299, which puts it well within the budget of most casual movie buffs. The DG100S is easy to set up, and it comes with everything you need to get started: a remote control, power cord, HDMI cable, and a manual. The DG100S also connects to most mobile devices via HDMI, making it simple to watch videos on a tablet, phone, or laptop and project them on a screen. The DG100S's image quality makes it an excellent choice for movie buffs, but it's a little too heavy and bulky to use for presentations. It also lacks some features, such as wireless Bluetooth, that you'd find in more expensive projectors. The DG100S's image quality, however, makes it a much more compelling choice.
DIVERSIFIED PRESENTATION SOLUTIONS: USB Reader, QCast APP Compatibility, Network projection and optional USB wireless dongles.Typical Power Consumption:320W( Normal)
The BenQ MH733 is one of our favorite projectors for home office presentations, offering an excellent balance of brightness, image quality, and portability. It delivers bright, clear images that are noticeably sharper and more detailed than other projectors in this price range, and its 16:9 aspect ratio is well-suited for showing widescreen content. The MH733 has the superior color-correction capabilities of our former top pick, the Optoma GT1080, and its 1.3x zoom and 100-inch image-to-image distance make it a good choice for short-distance presentations. It also offers a brightness level that's plenty bright enough for well-lit presentations, and its 8000:1 contrast ratio is even better than the GT1080's. The MH733's native resolution is 1920 by 1080, which means you'll only be able to show standard-definition video at this size, but you can upscale to 1080p via the projector's HDMI input. The MH733's controls aren't as intuitive as those on the Optoma GT1080, but they're still easy enough to use. The MH733's 15,000-hour lamp life is great, and the projector's low cost of ownership (it costs less than $500) and long lamp life make it a great choice for homeowners and small business users.
Perfect for Business or Home Use - Presentation, Gaming, Home Theater. Up to 120" screen (in low light conditions). Includes remote for easy navigation
The P7 Mini Projector from AAXA is one of the smallest projectors we've ever tested, measuring just 4.7 x 4.4 x 2.7 inches and weighing 1.48 pounds. Its small size is an asset when traveling, but there's only so much space you can devote to your projector, so the P7 Mini isn't ideal for large rooms. That said, it's perfect for an at-home home theater or a small conference room, where its small size won't obstruct views. The projector is brighter and sharper than any of our previous top picks, and the 30,000-hour LEDs mean you won't have to change it for many years. The projector offers decent color reproduction, and it's exceptionally bright for a projector this size. Its native resolution is 1080P, and it supports 3D video. Our only complaint is that it's a little dim on darker movie scenes. It's also missing some features that we had come to expect from most projectors, like built-in speakers, an IR remote, and a wireless network adapter.
Built-in business apps: EH600 comes with business apps such as Blizz for video calls, TeamViewer to allow remote access of the projector, and FireFox browser to enhance your meetings productivity and efficiency
The BenQ EH600 is a sleek, portable projector that easily met or exceeded our expectations. It casts a 75-inch image with sharp text and vibrant colors, and it offers a generous 3500 lumens of brightness. The EH600's images also looked very clear and sharp in daylight, and it offers solid color reproduction. The projector's image quality is among the best we've seen, even compared to more expensive models. The EH600's biggest drawbacks are its short throw distance and its weak audio, both of which are typical of projectors in this price range. The EH600's short throw distance. The EH600's projection distance is relatively short at 13.3 feet, so it's best used for presentations in smaller rooms. The EH600's short throw distance means that users have to stand close to the projector, and some users may find this uncomfortable. The EH600's weak audio. The EH600's audio is noticeably weaker than comparable projectors, and it's just average for watching movies. The EH600's audio only makes itself heard when you speak into the built-in microphone, and there isn't much volume behind it.
Share HD videos directly from your smartphone, tablet or streaming device - supports MHL-enabled devices (2) for mirroring and charging (6).
If you're in the market for a projector and want something better than the desktop model, the Epson Pro EX9210 is a great choice. It provides rich colors and deep blacks, and it projects a bright image that can fill a room. The projector has built-in speakers, which sound adequate but aren't loud enough to fill a large room. And, unlike some projectors, the Epson EX9210 provides support for both HDMI and MHL inputs, so you can easily connect your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to the projector. The projector's image quality is comparable with projectors costing twice as much, but its image quality is no match for the best models costing twice as much. The EX9210's tiny 1,500-lumen lamp lasts only about 3,200 hours, so you can't watch the projector around the clock.