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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 — Jun 9, 2010
Here is what we know so far about the Casio LED/Laser Hybrid light engines...more
Evan Powell — Jun 3, 2010
We are still waiting for a statement from Casio regarding the brightness issues we've seen on the new LED/Laser Hybrid light engines. But in the meantime, we have some more test results to share...more
Evan Powell — May 26, 2010
The new Casio hybrids are the most popular portables on the site, but many units appear to fall far short of the lumen spec.more
Evan Powell — Mar 25, 2010
Mitsubishi's hot new 4000 lumen widescreen projector, and a review of the North by Northwest Blu-ray.....more
Evan Powell — May 14, 2009
How many of you are not really into full blown home theater, but instead want a cheap but very good portable movie projector you can set up whenever you want? In particular, do you need a portable projector for professional use, but one that delivers great video entertainment at home as well?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
David Colin — Mar 26, 2009
The projector market is expanding with a couple of new projector breeds - Pico and Pocket. The Pico projectors are the real pocket projectors as they are no bigger than your cell phone and they'll soon be appearing in every hand-held electronic device and probably in a few computers.
For you geeks out there, here's an interesting emerging application for pico technology.more