Do you want to continue to be at the cutting edge of technology with high-end presentation products? Do you want to keep your audience glued to you and the vibrant graphics and clear characters of your presentation? Whether you are presenting to 10 or 10,000 people, there is bound to be an LCD projector that is perfect for you. Here is a simple guide on what to look for when you want to purchase one.
The first consideration to look for when shopping for an LCD projector is resolution. Resolution is the number of light dots (called pixels) per square inch of the image produced. The higher the number of the pixels, the clearer and tighter your image will be. Also, if your LCD projector of choice is high in resolution, the image you can broadcast can be expanded to greater degrees. If your lecture or presentation is heavy on graphics and high quality color, or if you need to present to a large crowd, then you will need an LCD projector with high resolution.
Since the image your LCD projector will broadcast is projected with a high-powered light bulb, you will also want to consider how bright a projection you will need. Again, the brighter the image you project, the farther away it can be seen. This is an important consideration for people thinking of presenting to large and small groups.
Price and other considerations
These projectors do not come cheap, so price is a major consideration. If your company is small, a desktop projector with resolution the size of your typical computer monitor should suffice. Also, be sure to check on compatibility issues. Is the projector you want compatible with your hardware? If it is not, you may wind up with a very expensive lamp. Finally, ask about user support. Does it come with a warranty? If it does, how long is the coverage? Is there a technical support hotline you can call if you have trouble with your projector? All these things will factor into getting an LCD projector that suits your needs.