Below are some of the best and most widely-used LCD Video Projectors below $2,000 (except for the Panasonic product, which is a little above $2,000) available on the market.
Epson PowerLite 81p LCD Video Projector –XGA features a 5-watt audio system; high-aperture LCD with 2,000 ANSI lumens with 1,024 x 768 XGA resolution to deliver accurate color, color saturation, and image quality; four input connections; and automatic source selection, setup and operation. It also supports USB connectivity; NTSC, PAL, SECAM, and HDTV signals.
Hitachi CPX275 Video to XGA LCD Projector can project various computer signals as well as NTSC/PAL/SECAM video signals and is specifically designed for mobile professionals and budget-conscious consumers. It features 1200 ANSI lumens with 1,024 x 768 XGA max resolution, UHB lamp, and magnifying for closer viewing.
NEC VT670 Value LCD Video Projector enables you to use a variety of inputs, including video and HDTV. The projector is designed with NEC VT’s Vortex and Image Processing Technology. It also features 2,100 ANSI lumens of brightness, 1,024 x 768 resolution, and Simple color-coded connections for all sources.
Panasonic PT-LB10U Video Projector is a super-slim projector from Panasonic’s family of ultra-compact XGA micro-portable LCD projectors, offering an XGA resolution of 1,024 x 768, 2000 ANSI lumens brightness and Digital Keystone Correction. It can display 480p, 480i and 625i component video and S-Video signals in either 4:3 or 16:9 widescreen aspect ratios.
Sony VPL-CX1 Superlite LCD Video Projector is the smallest and lightest projector from Sony, featuring a mechanical cooling structure; internal scan converter to display 1024 x 768 resolutions such as VGA, XGA, and SXGA (in addition to its native SVGA resolution); USB hub port for enhanced digital connectivity; and 550 ANSI lumens brightness.
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