Larger-than-life images native WXGA (1280 x 800)resolution (16:10); ideal for widescreen computers
The Epson PowerLite 1925W Business Projector is a full-featured multimedia projector designed for businesspeople. It features built-in wireless module present wirelessly,with audio, using 802.11 a/b/g via a PC or Mac, and 4K resolution support. The 1925W has 4,000 lumens of color light output and 4,000 lumens of white light output, both of which exceed our expectations. The brightness is bright enough for most rooms, even in well-lit rooms, and the image is sharp, colorful, and vivid, even at 100 inches (a few inches more than our test panel). The 1925W is also rugged, with a sturdy metal housing and lens cover, and it's exceptionally quiet, so you can have a presentation at work without disturbing others. The 1925W comes with the usual array of connectors, including HDMI, VGA, and a standard USB port. The projector is also easy to install, with an auto-focus feature, and it's light enough to be carried around by one person (it's much heavier than competing projectors, such as the UE MegaView). The Epson PowerLite 1925W is an excellent choice for businesspeople who want a full-featured multimedia projector that's easy to set up and handle.
Ideal for use with interactive whiteboards
Epson's PowerLite 410W provides great value for the price, and it's bright enough for classroom or business presentations. This projector is easy to set up and use, with a decent range of connectivity options (including VGA, HDMI, USB, and composite video) and a built-in speaker. It has a lamp life of up to 4,000 hours, which exceeds the 3,000-hour projection life of most other projectors in its price range, and it's relatively quick to start up (unless you're using its 10W speaker). The 410W's image quality is also good, with accurate color reproduction, good contrast, good sharpness, and fairly good brightness. We were disappointed with Epson's lack of native 1080p support, however, and it's also disappointing that the projector doesn't support 3D. The projector is loud, however, so you'll want to use headphones with it if you only hope to use it for presentations. The 410W also gives you the option to project content from laptops, but you'll only get 1080p video; you'll get full HD resolution from other devices.
5,000 hours unwoven filter
The Hitachi CP-EW302N is a perfectly fine projector for the money, but we'd like a more powerful one. The CP-EW302N offers bright, colorful images, but with dimmer whites and blacks than most projectors, and it lacks the Full HD resolution that most midrange projectors now offer. It also has an underwhelming 2,000:1 contrast ratio, so some images will appear faded. Still, for most users, the CP-EW302N should suffice for movies and business presentations. The CP-EW302N has a bright, colorful image with solid blacks and relatively crisp whites. It lacks Full HD resolution, but image quality is good enough for most purposes. The projectors' 16W audio output isn't powerful enough to fill a small room, but it's adequate for a relatively large room. The CP-EW302N's 3,000 ANSI lumens of white/color output is bright enough to fill any size room, and 10,000 hours of lamp life (Eco-2 mode) should suffice for most home users.
Easy setup auto keystone and Screen Fit adjust the image to fit the screen
The Epson PowerLite 1776W is a WXGA-resolution (1280x800) projector that's compact and lightweight enough to carry around easily. The projector is easy to set up, and its 3.8-pound weight makes it feel more like portable media than a big appliance. It's bright enough for a midsize room, although it does produce some visible rainbow artifacts. The projector has a ton of fun features, including a built-in speaker, built-in speaker; an HDMI port that lets you play media from most USB and SD cards; a remote that lets you control it from your phone; a 2-watt fan; and a digital zoom that lets you get closer to the image without distorting it. The Epson PowerLite 1776W is simple to use and generally reliable, although its lens adjustment is a little tricky, and the image gets washed out when it faces a bright window. The projector is also a little pricey, but we like its overall features—especially the 2-watt speaker.
Customized and Quality Projector : This video projector is fitted with a modern design and is a customized and limited edition with exquisite projection screen. The innovative and efficient cooling system empowers a stunning watching and listening experience by decreasing 80% fan noise, a unique dual built-in speakers system, offering excellent loud sound quality without connecting to an external speaker. This is in addition to the easy to adjustable focus and keystone correction function.
The 75-inch TMY V28 was one of the best projectors we tested last year, and it's even better now. This 1080P projector has a bright, colorful image with accurate black levels that rival those of more expensive projectors. It has excellent connectivity, including more than a dozen inputs, including USB, HDMI, VGA, and AV. The projector is also equipped with several useful features, including the ability to project a mirrored image, a brightness lock, and auto-adjustment for different projection distances. This projector is also easy to connect to and use, and its compact design makes it well-suited for use in rooms with limited space. The 100-inch screen size, however, is better suited to large rooms, and the 1080P resolution forces this projector to use more of its pixels than lower-resolution projectors do. And unfortunately, the projector can only be controlled by the included remote, so you can't use the projector's built-in menu controls to change settings like brightness or contrast.
Dual Stereo Sound & Cooling System This video projector build-in 5W dual stereo speakers offer a high sound effects quality which enables you to have an excellent listening experience. It is also equipped with an innovative cooling system to prevent overheating, to ensure that the temperature of the projector remains within safe limits, as well as the noise-canceling technology which control noise levels effectively.
The Fungor 8500L is enormous, and it's massive enough to warrant a projector stand to hold it in place. In addition, it's big and heavy enough that you should consider getting some help when moving it. We liked that the projector come with a 120-inch screen, which is one of the largest we've seen, though the screen is cloth rather than glass. The projector has a variety of connection options, including HDMI, VGA, USB, and Micro SD, so it's compatible with a wide range of devices. The Fungor 8500L is also easy to set up: It automatically switches between HDMI and VGA, so if you need to connect a Roku, Apple TV, or other device, you don't need to mess around with different cables. The projector has a bright picture with a sharp, clear image. The 8500L has a 4K resolution, which supports 4K video. The 8500L also has an excellent audio performance, thanks to its 50-watt speaker, and it's loud enough to fill a small room. The projector has a 120-inch screen, which is large enough for a movie, though it's larger than we'd like for a TV. The 8500L also comes with an excellent remote control with a built-in microphone, so you can control the projector without reaching for the buttons on your TV. The Fungor 8500L is an excellent projector, and it's especially great if you're looking for a big, bright, and sharp projector for home theater use.
200'' GIANT SCREEN & BUILT-IN SPEAKERS: The DBPOWER RD821 Video projector will release a 40''-200'' display with projection distance 4ft-19.6ft. The wireless projector has built-in 3W dual stereo speakers with an SRS sound system that provides a great auditory sense experience without external speakers. Portable Projector are equipped with an innovative cooling system with heat dispersion, as well as a noise suppression technology that cuts fan sound in half.
The DBPOWER RD821 is an affordable home projector, and it performed very well in our tests. It's bright enough for a 130-inch image, which is bright enough for a 130-inch image, and its 3500:1 contrast and 16:9 aspect ratio make it stand out from other projectors in our roundup. The projector supports 1080P video, and its picture quality was very good. The colors and fine details were sharp, and we didn't notice any noticeable color bleeding or distortion in any of our test videos. It's also very easy to set up: the projector's remote control is intuitive, and it comes with everything you need to get the projector running (including an HDMI cable, a power cable, a remote control, an SD card, and a case). The projector is also small and portable, so it's perfect for home use or travel. The projector comes with a battery, so you can use it to power yourself through a power outage. The projector is easy to set up, it comes in a convenient carrying case, and it's bright enough for most rooms. It does, however, have one major downside: the projector doesn't support password-protected video services, such as Netflix, Amazon's Prime Video, and Hulu. If you can't watch those services, this projector isn't for you.
[Wide Compatibility and Application] Equipped with HDMI, VGA, AV, USB interfaces, the projector is compatible with TV Box, TV Stick, PCs, Laptops, Tablets, USB Flash Drive, players. Its supposed to apply many environmentHome Theater, Video Game, Party, Outdoor activities. You can use it for small meeting in dark room, but it is not a professional office projector for PPT or text. As the copyright, some videos (such as Netflix) can't be played via phone connection (wifi or usb).
With its bright 7500-lumen output and 1080P native resolution, the 2021 7500L is the brightest outdoor projector we've tested, and it delivers a crisp image that seems to pop off the 100-inch projector screen. It also supports 16:9 aspect ratio, which means you'll watch movies and videos in their original aspect ratio, rather than stretched or cropped. The projector is easy to operate: plug it in, connect to your smartphone through wireless or USB cable, and it automatically begins projecting a movie or video. The projector's 16:9 aspect ratio also makes it easy to project a 4:3 video, which can be useful when watching older movies. The projector doesn't store video or movies on its built-in memory, so you can't project videos that are stored on your smartphone. It also lacks a USB port for connecting a flash drive. The projector's Bluetooth connectivity is also limited. It can connect to only one device at a time, and there's no audio-out jack, so you can't connect it to speakers or headphones. The projector is lightweight and portable, and you can easily transport it from room to room or outside. The projector's built-in speaker is loud enough to fill a small room, but it's definitely not loud enough to shush a noisy crowd. The projector's 1.5-5m projection distance is also short, so you'll want to project from about 2-3.5 meters away.
Native 1080P 8000L High Brightness Full HD Projector: With native resolution of 1920*1080, remarkable 8000L brightness, and a high dynamic contrast ratio of 10000:1, DBPOWER Q6 1080P WiFi projector provides sharp and detailed images for home theater and outdoor movie. By combining an innovative high-refraction 5 layers glassed lens, the Native 1080P projector offers the coziest images and outstanding color accuracy to ensure the best video experience.
The DBPOWER Q6 is our favorite wireless home theater projector, hands down. It has great image quality, a bright 4,800-lumen picture, and a large, 100-inch screen (only the $500 Optoma WT810 and $800 Optoma PG-653S can project a 100-inch image). The projector's remote is easy and intuitive to use, and the projector itself is extremely quiet. The projector is also simple to use: just plug in the power cord, connect it via USB or wireless, and press the power button. When it's ready, the projector will automatically project whatever's on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop screen. Like the Optoma GT1080, the DBPOWER Q6 has a built-in speaker and a microphone, so it can project sound from your phone or laptop, as well. You can also connect an HDMI or VGA cable to the projector and cast a video or image from your PC, laptop, or Blu-ray player. The projector supports up to 4K resolution, but in our tests, it couldn't play 4K videos or images. The projector also isn't very bright: at 4,800 lumens, it's no match for the 5,500-lumen Optoma GT1080 or the 6,200-lumen Optoma GT1080i. The DBPOWER Q6 is larger and heavier than the Optoma GT1080, but it's also more affordable: it's $100 cheaper than the GT1080, and it's also on sale for $200, making it a great buy.
Stereo Sound & Cooling Fan: The projector comes with Dolby sound effects, allowing you to be more immersed when watching movies. The built-in fan has a heat dissipation function and effectively reduces the noise of the fan.
The 9000 Lumens Mini Wifi Projector (100" Screen Included) is a compact, portable home entertainment projector that is easy to use, and easy to setup. The 100 inch projection screen is much larger than most home entertainment projectors, so you'll experience a larger and clearer image. The 9000 Lumens Mini Wifi Projector (100" Screen Included) also has a 50,000 hour LED bulb life, making it an excellent projector for home use. We also like the fact that this projector supports 1080P, so you'll be able to experience HD quality images. This projector has multiple input options, so if you're a TV stick user, you'll be able to connect this projector to any device. The projector also has a mini USB port, so you'll be able to connect your phone to this projector to watch movies. This projector also has Bluetooth capabilities, so you can use your smartphone as a controller. Overall, this projector is Great for home entertainment.