It's not cheap, but will turn any surface into a 23-inch touch screen.
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.
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.
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.
It projects a screen onto a surface and uses IR sensors to turn the surface into a 10-point multi-touch screen.
The AAXA M5 Mini Projector is a good choice if you need a highly portable projector strictly for data presentations, as its video is usable only for very short clips.
The small and versatile XSories X-Project WiFi is a good choice as a wireless pico projector despite a few operational glitches.
The RIF6 Cube, a tiny, elegant projector that can mirror the screens of mobile devices and project content from a microSD card, is good for casual use, although its video quality could be better.
Lenovo's first projector is palmtop-size and can project wirelessly or from a microSD card. And an unusual swiveling lens system lets you project at an angle.