[Updated] Selecting The Most Suitable Projector: A Personal Projector Guide
- 17 Feb, 2011
When choosing an LED portable projector, one of the most important factors to consider is image quality. Often this is judged on brightness (lumens) alone, but it is crucial that other related specification details are evaluated too. For example, we assess contrast ratio, resolution, DLP capability, lens type, design/build and independent reviews – in addition to the projector’s luminosity. For example, the Pico Genie P100 is not the only 85 lumen projector available, yet the image quality it provides is far superior due to brightness on battery and excellent build quality.
Based on the specifications for each of our products, we have ranked our current products according to their overall image quality - see below. This allows you to conveniently compare the image quality of our portable projectors. Please note that the following ranking reflects image quality alone and does not reflect other features such as size and connectivity.
The Ranking (with '1' being awarded the best image quality).
- Casio XJ-A & Casio XJ-M Series' - more info / Portable Pro range - more info
- Vivitek Qumi Q6 - more info / Vivitek Qumi Q7 Plus - more info
- Pico Genie M400 Pro - more info
- Vivitek Qumi Q5 - more info / Vivitek Qumi Q4 - more info
- Pico Genie P100 - more info / Pico Genie M100 - more info . Philips
- Aiptek i60 - more info
We hope the product ranking results will assist you in choosing an LED Projector. As specialists, we're always happy to help you find the right portable projector for your requirements - contact us. Find out about our 'compare projectors' facility here, which you may also find useful.