Sunday, February 19, 2012

Projector Review at

Like most tech products, projectors are becoming smaller and more powerful (in their case, brighter). What really impresses us, though, is the diversity of high-quality models that have come on the scene.

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Consumers can avail themselves of pocket-sized pico projectors such as the Optoma PK301 and 3M MPro150, or slightly larger palmtop models like the BenQ Joybee GP1 and Acer K1. Home-theater projectors such as the Epson PowerLite 8100 provide entertainment for the family, and the Optoma NEO-I is a pico projector that doubles as an iPod/iPhone dock.

Projector Review

Pico and palmtop projectors are also popular with businesspeople who give presentations to small audiences, while larger but still portable projectors such as the Epson PowerLite Presenter (which has a built-in DVD player) are good for bigger spaces.

The Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II offers unusually accurate control over color, which could be especially useful for, say, an art gallery or photographer. Short-throw projectors such as the NEC NP-M300WS and Optoma TW610ST can "throw" a large image even when positioned very close to the screen. Some short-throw models like the Epson BrightLink 450Wi add interactive capabilities useful in either a conference room or a classroom.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Virtual Whiteboard Smartboard Projector Reviews at

Ah, Boxlight. I don’t know that this projector could have been built by another company. First, it’s a marvel. There are other, similar units coming from other manufacturers, but each and every one is licensing the technology from Boxlight. But I digress.

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Boxlight is one of the original projector manufacturers. Their history dates back almost 30 years. They’re also a small company. It’s a unique combination that allows them to be fluid enough to try new things, and to execute innovations like the Projectowrite, and now the Projectowrite2, flawlessly.

Virtual Whiteboard Smartboard Projector

If you’ve read this far, you’re either one of the die-hard Projectowrite fans who can’t wait to get your hands on the newest incarnation, or you’re curious as to what all the fuss is about.

Imagine being able to write directly on a Power Point presentation. Draw circles, arrows, anything. Draw attention to a particularly profitable quarter. Illustrate the Crossing of the Rhine dynamically, using nothing more than a map. The possibilities are limitless.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Projector at

Projector Point has been operating since 2001 and today we are one of the largest online suppliers of AV equipment in the UK - specialising in digital projectors and accessories such as lamps, screens, cables and mounts.

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Aim is to provide customers with expert, impartial advice both on our website and via our 0800 helpline. We believe we can operate a successful business by recommending the product that's best for you, not for us.


Much of our business comes from word of mouth, so customer service is very important to us. We're striving to improve on our already high 4.8 out of a maximum possible 5 Google Checkout feedback ratings.