The good thing about high-end projectors is you get exactly what you pay for. If you pay for high quality that is exactly what you will receive. Currently, there is an influx of true 4K projectors in the market which are quite expensive. To counter this, manufacturers are leaning towards making projectors with a simulated 4K via a technology known as pixel shifting. This offers customers an outstanding image quality at a fraction of the price of true 4K projectors. The Epson Home Cinema 3800 is one such projector. It is a 4K PRO-UHD projector with HDR support. Despite being made for the […]

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A projector’s biggest rival is time. At some point, another manufacturer will outdo what has already been done. Some projectors are hot in the market when they are released, but cool down over time as other manufacturers get an opportunity to catch up and even provide better features for newer projectors. This is not to say that those projectors are poor, they have just been outdone at the given price range. This goes around for almost all technological devices, advancements are being made each day. This is the case with ViewSonic PX727HD, a 1080p DLP projector for your home theater. […]

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Optoma is one of the favorite brands for gaming projectors because they are willing to push the limits for the features that pioneer a good gaming experience. This is especially important since the latest generations of gaming consoles including PS5 and Xbox Series X are have been launched towards the end of 2020. Gamers are likely to be looking to upgrade their projectors to get the best out of their newly acquired consoles. Until recently, gaming on a projector meant you had to live with high input lag >50ms which is very unpleasant. Recently, projector manufacturers tended to reduce this […]

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Recently, numerous projectors are being released solely marketed towards gaming and home cinema. This has somehow neglected one of the main contributors to the popularity of projectors; presentations. Needless to say, you can use a gaming or home cinema projector for presentations (business or classroom). The drawback is, you will have to pay for features that you will not necessarily use. For example, if you’re only doing presentations, low input lag or 4K resolution is of no use to you. Cinematic color technologies might also not be a priority, but could be helpful. The features serve to inflate the prices […]

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When you’re in the market for a new projector for your home there are some key features that you should always consider. One of the most overlooked features is the throw ratio. You would want to have a projector that displays a large image size without being too far from the projection screen or wall. You should also consider the purpose; whether you need it for gaming or for your home cinema. A projector purposed for gaming will not necessarily offer an optimum visual experience for movies, and vice versa. It is quite difficult to get a projector that strikes […]

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