Projector & Accessories

by Rich R ·Posted 02/03/2022
Designed primarily with gamers in mind, the new BenQ TK700 and X3000i projectors bring console video games, movies, and sports to the big screen in 4K UHD on-screen resolution via pixel-shift technology. Both projectors have high brightness outputs and are equipped with HDMI 2.0b inputs that support ultra-HD images and HDR to provide bright,
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 01/19/2022
The Optoma UHD38 is a compact 4K projector designed for home entertainment and competitive gaming. According to the manufacturer, the UHD38’s unique combination of lightning-fast input, incredible color depth, and retina-searing brightness allows it to deliver an incredibly immersive experience, regardless of whether you’re enjoying the latest Hollywood blockbuster on Ultra HD Blu-ray or battling it out in Call of Duty. To verify
by Rich R ·Posted 01/04/2022
Announced at CES 2022, The Freestyle by Samsung is a projector that features a unique cylindrical design on a yoke stand, allowing you to project at nearly any angle. Despite looking more like a lighting fixture than a projector, The Freestyle has quite a few user-friendly features, including smart TV functionality via the onboard Tizen operating system, which also allows for voice control via Samsung Bixby and Amazon Alexa
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 01/04/2022
Projectors were never on my radar for a home theater setup. I’ve always trusted TVs and similar displays—most recently an OLED panel that I love. However, for a truly immersive large-screen experience, projectors are far more reasonable, and the Hisense L9G Laser TV seems like a steal for the 100" and 120" sizes that are available.
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 05/28/2021
Though probably better known for making some of the best laptops on the planet, ASUS’s extensive consumer tech catalog also features a trove of high-end displays, including the new ASUS H1, a 1080p DLP projector with an LED light source rated to 3000 lumens of brightness. I had the opportunity to test
by Jason T ·Posted 08/06/2020
Since many families are forgoing their annual vacations and staying put for the summer, people are looking for creative ways to bring their loved ones together at home. With social distancing still the norm, setting up an outdoor movie theater in your backyard is a great way to get your family and close friends together to have some fun and be entertained in a safe manner. Creating a backyard theater may sound like a daunting task, but it’s easier than you may think. Choosing when to have your outdoor movie night involves some considerations
by Rich R ·Posted 02/14/2020
BenQ is following up on last year’s release of the HT3550 Home Theater Projector with the new, brighter TK850. It outputs up to 3000 lumens of brightness, so it’s better able to overcome ambient light, making it a good choice for dim to moderately lit rooms. Like the previous models in the line, the TK850 uses pixel-shift technology to project a 4K UHD
by Rich R ·Posted 01/08/2020
Epson unveiled its new laser home theater projector at CES this week, the EF-100. Available in either white or black, it includes an adapter that provides Wi-Fi 5 connectivity, the Android TV operating system, and Google Assistant functionality. This adapter plugs directly into the projector’s sole HDMI port and is
by Rich R ·Posted 04/03/2019
BenQ is making headlines again with its update to last year’s TK800, the new TK800M Home Theater Projector. With generally minor differences, the new model has most of the same specs as its predecessor, including XPR 4K UHD resolution, 3,000 lumens of brightness, and HDR10 compatibility,
by Rich R ·Posted 03/29/2019
Building on the success of the release of the TK800 last year, BenQ is now releasing the HT3550, an HDR10- and HLG-compatible 4K UHD projector based on TI’s XPR technology, which creates a 4K UHD image on the screen by rapidly shifting the individual micromirrors of the DMD. With a 2000-lumen brightness output, the HT3550 is suitable for use in dim
by Rich R ·Posted 01/07/2019
With CES 2019 beginning, Canon got ahead of the game and announced the Rayo S1, a new 100-lumen pico projector that can produce images up to 84". It has Wi-Fi and 4GB of storage built in, so you can either stream from your compatible smart device or download apps like YouTube or Netflix with the onboard Android operating system, while Bluetooth connectivity lets you use it as a portable speaker. The projector comes with the Canon Camera
by Rich R ·Posted 09/09/2019
The new school year is right around the corner, and there’s no better time to take your classrooms into the 21st Century by replacing that dusty, chalk-stained slab of slate at the front of the room with an interactive whiteboard solution. There are a lot to choose from, but hopefully this list will help you narrow it down. Projectors Epson’s BrightLink series of short- and
by Rich R ·Posted 06/01/2018
If you’re looking for an HDR UHD laser projector that is portable enough to use in multiple rooms, then look no further than the LG HU80KA. Its built-in hand grip makes it easy to move from one room to another, and the auto-reel power cord helps ensure that you won’t trip over it while doing so; automatic keystone correction makes setup in the new location quick and easy. For added versatility, the unique form factor of the HU80KA enables it to
by Rich R ·Posted 04/13/2018
BenQ will soon be releasing its highly anticipated TK800 HDR-compatible DLP home theater projector. It uses four-way XPR pixel-shift technology, which combines image processing with a microsecond-fast DMD to create two pixels per frame, simulating UHD 4K resolution with compatible content. Add HDR10 compatibility and 3000 lumens of brightness to the mix and you have a formula for vibrant, detailed movies in a variety of lighting conditions for
by Rich R ·Posted 03/15/2018
When your job has you traveling from place to place, through airports, checking into and out of hotels, it’s important to keep your luggage as compact and lightweight as possible. For on-the-go presenters, this luggage will typically include a projector. So, for these people on the front lines of their business, courting clients, striking deals, and logging miles, I’ve decided to compile a short list of the most compact, lightweight presentation projectors on the market today, grouped by venue type. Huddle Spaces / Small Conference Rooms As