Preview: PCMag.com Projectors Product Guide
PCMag.com Projectors Product Guide
The latest LCD, DLP and LCoS projectors news, how-tos, editor & user reviews from PCMag.com
XSories X-Project WiFi
The small and versatile XSories X-Project WiFi is a good choice as a wireless pico projector despite a few operational glitches.
The RIF6 Cube, a tiny, elegant projector that can mirror the screens of mobile devices and project content from a microSD card, is good for casual use, although its video quality could be better.
Lenovo Pocket Projector
Lenovo's first projector is palmtop-size and can project wirelessly or from a microSD card. And an unusual swiveling lens system lets you project at an angle.
Despite showing rainbow artifacts, the Acer H7550ST is a tempting choice as a home-entertainment projector, thanks to its bright image, a short throw combined with a 1.1x zoom, full 3D support, and a lag time that's suitable for gaming.
The BenQ SW921 projector can throw a suitably sized, bright image for a medium to large room, with a native WXGA resolution and near-excellent quality for data images.
The LED-based Acer K138ST has a relatively short throw distance and can project content from a smartphone via its MHL-enabled HDMI connection.
NEC Display Solutions NP-P452W
The NEC Display Solutions NP-P452W data projector delivers a bright image for a midsize to large room, with setup conveniences that include a 1.7x zoom and a substantial vertical and horizontal lens shift.