Pico projector: A buying guide
- 09 Jun, 2010
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What are you using your projector for?
Our range of projectors can be used to project anything onto any surface (almost), so think about the many ways you might be using yours. You could be sharing your holiday photos with the family, watching a movie with friends, or impressing the boss with a slide show presentation.
For example, if you are a business user, the 3m Mpro 150 can display office documents in their original format, and has a handy zoom feature.
All of our projectors can connect to laptops, DVD players, TV's, games consoles and iPhones, or anything with a Video out function. Some have Micro SD/ SD Card slots, USB slots and onboard memory.
Where are you going to be using your projector?
In a board room, in your lounge with the lights turned down, in a class room... the environment and the amount of people you will be projecting to are important factors in choosing a projector.
We recommend you use your projector in the darkest environment possible, but we know that isn't always easy. All of our projectors can be used in normal room conditions (but not direct sunlight).
As a general rule we recommend the following:
<10 people... 3m Mpro 150 or Adapt 305
10-50 people... Adapt 450/pro
50+ people... Casio range.
Which features are most important to you?
We want you to get the best projector for your needs, so why buy one that doesn't? If it just has to have that one feature - tell us.
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