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.
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.
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.
The lightweight and portable LG Minibeam LED Projector (PH550) can project television shows thanks to its built-in TV tuner, has a wealth of connection choices, and boasts very good video and data image quality.
The small and versatile XSories X-Project WiFi is a good choice as a wireless pico projector despite a few operational glitches.
Epson's PowerLite 1781W Wireless WXGA 3LCD Projector provides a winning combination of brightness and resolution, above-par data and video image quality, and a solid set of wired and wireless connection choices. All in a slim and light frame.
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.
World's first THX projector costs $7,999, but could save a fortune on movie theater tickets.
When you have a home projector, you can show off documents, photos, games, film—the possibilities are endless. Here's how to find the right projector for you, as well as a list of our top picks.
The LED-based BenQ CH100 projects the sharp text one expects from a 1080p data projector, but its low brightness effectively limits its use to small, dark rooms.