These days, home projectors can do much more than show off photos from your latest vacation. Whether you're gaming, working, or watching home movies, here's how to find the right model, along with a list of our top picks.
AAXA's P300 Neo Pico Projector offers easy packability, long battery life, and flexible connectivity, making it a top pick for frequent travelers.
Whether it's for a business trip or a family vacation, a light, compact, and capable portable projector makes a good travel companion. These are the top-rated models we've tested under two pounds.
Whether you want to display an important business presentation or the latest blockbuster, these are the top-rated projectors we've tested.
The tiny AAXA HD Pico Projector has a respectable resolution and good image quality, yet its low brightness and bare-bones features make it best for light-duty use.
The NEC Display Solutions NP-ME401W is a highly capable LCD-based data projector, with high brightness, very good data and video image quality, and a solid set of connection choices.
It only weighs 235 grams, runs for two hours on a full charge, offers a screen size of up to 84-inches, and doubles as a mobile charger.
There are also an $8K offering a middle ground between the two and pushed as great for 4K gaming.
The Casio XJ-UT311WN is a hybrid laser/LED data projector with an ultra-short throw distance, good data image quality, and very long lamp life.
The AAXA P2-A Smart Pico Projector is a triumph of miniaturization, its tiny frame bristling with ports and with a touchpad on top, but it's still a low-brightness projector with oversaturated video and a feeble sound system.