Purchasing an Original Epson Projector

Projector buying guide

The gross demand for the epson  gadget is on the proliferating just as other brands are also hitting the market with their brand names. However, picking up one, especially as a newbie, isn’t entirely a stroll in the park. It requires adequate technical knowledge of the device in question. Technical terms, the different types, sizes, models, features, and more are important factors to put into consideration before purchasing an original projector that will effectively serve its purpose in the space of ttime.

So, if you are considering buying a projector for your seminar  presentation slides,  officework , classroom, boardrooms, auditorium, or to watch movies in a cinema-like experience in your home, you must proceed to read guide for important criterion to look out for in an original projector before purchasing one.

Epson Projector Buying Guide 2018

1. Purpose/Aim

“What do you intend to display with the quality projector?” If you answer this question coherrently and you are halfway through buying yourself this luminating device that is efficiently durable for  its aim. Certain projectors has various purposes for use, and it will be better if you understand this before buying.  Is the projector solely for the boardroom in your workplace? Or for your home entertainment center? Do you intend to display text, images, movies, or all?

Here’s differnt categories of projectors depending on purpose of use:

Home/Domestic projectors: quality projectors are specifically made for family or otherwise home entertainment. Hence, they perform well in displaying and recording voice, images and videos. They also mostly come with built-in speakers or audio system and reduced fan noise with a remote control device.

Video Gaming projectors: As these projectors are created with gamers in mind, their efficiency is optimum. Many game centres use this device to promote their game show in their viewing centres. Look out for original projectors that are labeled by the manufacturer(s) as “Gaming projector”. These projector models perform fantastically with videos, images, audio and other digital files.

Business and Presentation projectors: These projectors are usually mearnt for typical presentation both in the business and accademic environments. The business projectors are the least expensive and with the least attractive outer body appearance. These projectors usually lack sophisticated features and entertainment apps like Netflix, Browser, Youtube, Built-in games, File Manager, or even an operating system. Their unique simple build up makes it a very wonderful tool for business associates to manage it.

2.  Portability

The portability or size  of a quality projector is another important factor to put into consideration before making that big money projector purchase or investment. Projectors with portable sizes are very easy to travell with. Do you intend to move the projector around a lot? Or you want a model that can easily fit into your backpack when going to work? Then you should get a portable  projector. There are small sized projectors that can fit perfectly into your pant pocket; they are called Pico Projectors or micro projectors.

Projector Buying Guide
A Pico projector

On the other hand, if the projector will solely be used in your home’s living room, your personal room or office and won’t be moved around a lot, then you can go for large sized projectors. Unlike Pico projectors, big quality projectors last longer and usually come with built-in cooling fans.

3. Brightness/Luminous Intensity

Most buyers always go for projectors with high luminous intensity. The unique strenghth of a projector is in the radiating power of  the projector. Projector brightness is generally measured in “Lumens” and it is the light output coming from the projector bulb. While there are two categories of projector (White and Colour) brightness, White brightness is usually measured the most.

The higher the brightness rating (Lumen) of an original projector, the better it displays images. But ideally, it all depends on the ambient property of the environment you intend using the projector.

In the home where ambient light is kept to a minimum  and can be easily controlled due to regulating electricity, projectors with a minimum of 1500 lumens will give enough brightness level for proper viewing experience. For stadium, schools, banks, ICT hubs,  offices, auditoriums, classrooms, conference rooms, and well-lit environment generally, a projector with a minimum of 2500 lumens and more is recommended.

4. Resolution/Contrast

The higher the resolution and contrast of projector, the better, cleaner, and crispier the images will be, and also, the more expensive the projector. However, depending on the specific  use of the projector, you do not necessarily need a high-resolution projector. A sharp resolution will replicate better images and videos without a vague display.

For a multitasked  use, SVGA resolution (800 x 600 pixels) projectors are decent enough for projecting charts, graphs, text, images, and videos. They are less expensive.

Projectors with XGA (1024 x 768 pixels), WXGA (1280 x 800 pixels), and WUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels) resolution are also perfect for use in the workplace.

For gaming or home entertainment, 720p (1280 x720 pixels) and 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) are perfect for movie and game projection.

5. Input options

When buying, you should look out for projectors with lots of multiple connectivity options like VGA or HDMI ports for connecting to computers, USB ports to project from storage devices or your smartphone, LAN port to connect to the internet, headphone jack, SD card ports and more.

Projector buying guide

You should also check out for wireless connectivity options like Bluetooth, WiFi, AirPlay (for MacBooks) etc.

Asides the above basic characteristics, you can look out for availability of additional features like accessories (wall/ceiling brackets, tripod stand, remote control); version of operating system; imaging technology (digital light processing (DLP), liquid-crystal display (LCD), liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS), and laser raster); 3D support and compatibility etc.

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