The AAXA M6 Micro Projector is a good portable projector for businesspeople who give detailed presentations while traveling.
The Casio XJ-UT351WN is a hybrid laser/LED data projector with a very short throw distance, good data image quality, and long lamp life.
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.
Whether you want to display an important business presentation or the latest blockbuster, these are the top-rated projectors we've tested.
The BenQ SX920 XGA projector is bright enough to throw a suitably large image for a medium to large size room, and it offers some welcome setup conveniences, including a 1.6x zoom and a small vertical lens shift to help match the image position to the screen.
The stylish BenQ i500 short throw projector lets you display a large image from near the screen, and offers an abundance of wired and wireless connection choices.
The Magnasonic LED Pocket Pico Video Projector performs surprisingly well considering its low brightness, resolution, and price.
The InFocus IN1118HD is a very portable, versatile 1080p data projector that delivers sharp text and can be used for short video clips.
The NEC Display Solutions NP-P452W data projector delivers a bright image for a midsize to large room, with setup conveniences that include a 1.7x zoom and a substantial vertical and horizontal lens shift.
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.