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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Needless to say, there is an influx of projectors for both gaming and movies in the market at the moment. If you’re now just transitioning to projectors, it can be very difficult to select one that suits your budget and preference. With that in mind, we will be covering a projector, suited for an entry-level home theater. When you conduct an overall search for home theater projectors, the results may lead you to presume that they are generally expensive, less bright than gaming projectors, and only built with DLP technology. Well, this is not the case with Epson Home Cinema […]

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For the better part of the last decade, there has been an influx of projectors specifically marketed toward gamers. This has somewhat neglected the needs of movie enthusiasts with a passion for quality visuals. They were mostly stuck with gaming projectors, paying for features, such as low input lag, that they do not necessarily need for movies. The BenQ HT5550 projector came out in 2019; specifically designed to address the needs of a dedicated home theater projector. It is a mid-range BenQ 4K UHD DLP projector capable of high performance. It was made to hit the sweet spot with color accuracy, at […]

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As a hardcore gamer, there’s nothing that tops the feeling of playing games upon a 100-inch image. Courtesy of projectors, this has been made seamlessly possible. However, there remains one fundamental problem. For most projectors, you need to at least be 9 to 10 feet away to project a 100-inch image against a wall. What if you don’t have a lot of space in your gaming station/home theater? ViewSonic PX706HD is a DLP short throw projector geared towards gamers, that allows you to project a 100-inch image from just 5 feet away (1.5m). It is a 1080p full HD projector […]

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For a while, Gamers had been stuck with 1080p gaming projectors because certified 4K projectors did not have the desirable features for gaming, such as low input lag. Well, not anymore. Optoma changed this with their UHD50X; a DLP certified 4K, gaming and movie projector. It is the world’s first 240Hz gaming projector. The UHD50X is such a massive improvement on its predecessor UHD50 that it doesn’t make sense that these two projectors share a brand name. The tip of the iceberg is the way Optoma have been able to incorporate low input lag into a 4K gaming projector. In […]

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