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Evan Powell — Feb 9, 2011
I don't know about you, but when someone flips on a projector and lights up a big screen with the first of many PowerPoint slides, I tense up.more
Evan Powell — Mar 5, 2010
We currently have eight projectors under review in all niches of the market. And a new Blu-ray section has been added.more
Evan Powell — Feb 8, 2010
We've posted two 3D articles and several reviews in the last few days. For inexpensive home theater, the Optoma HD66 is a hot little machine.more
Evan Powell — Dec 17, 2009
Today the Blu-ray Disc Assn. approved specifications for delivering 3D content on Blu-ray discs.more
Evan Powell — Jun 25, 2009
We've just posted two new reviews. Actually, the Optoma HD8200 review has been finalized and reposted after a preliminary posting in March. Overall, a very solid projector, but not the most aggressively priced of the products Optoma has ever released. Those who own it are likely to love it.more
Evan Powell — Jun 10, 2009
Infocomm is the largest projector trade show in the industry, and it happens next week in Orlando, Florida.more
David Colin — May 5, 2009
About a week ago we launched Education Projectors, a new section of our site that caters to the needs of educators. Elizabeth Dourley is hosting Education Projectors and will be responding to the needs of educators and offering insights in her blog the "Pondering Pixel". Click Send us Feedback at the top of the Education Projector page and she will respond to you.
Below are a few of the things that Education Projectors offers to educators:
1. Case Studies - real installations that highlight the problems and the solutions in using projection technology in an education setting.more
Evan Powell — Apr 23, 2009
Here's the latest scoop on the Home Theater and Education reviews we currently have in progress...more
Evan Powell — Apr 9, 2009
We've got several projects underway here. In the home theater world, we are taking another look at the Optoma HD8200 so we can finish up our assessment of that one. And the SharpVision Z15000 is expected to arrive shortly.
Now that prices on the Sanyo Z3000 have dropped below $2,000 with a mail in rebate, this model deserves another look as well. It currently represents an outstanding value for those who have light controlled viewing space and want the best possible 1080p picture under $2,000.more
Evan Powell — Apr 1, 2009
The long-awaited review of the Epson 6100 was posted on Monday. This one takes the prize for the longest time we've ever spent reviewing a projector! It's a perfect projector for those who need a lot of light, and who are on a budget but still want 1080p performance.
Tomorrow afternoon we will post a review of the Stewart Studiotek 100, a perfectly neutral 1.0 gain white screen designed for professional use.more