More projectors were sold last year than ever before, which means that more people than ever are buying projectors – and hence in need of some expert guidance. We're here to help.
In many ways, however, buying a new projector is easier than ever. Prices for some models have dipped below $1,000, units can be bought online as well as through traditional dealers and re-sellers, and the overall quality of projection technology has improved to the point where getting a lemon is highly unlikely.
Still, there are a number of factors to consider when buying a projector, and paying close attention to these important details may mean the difference between a satisfying buying experience and an infuriating blunder.
The following guide is an easy-to-understand compendium of the basic knowledge every projector buyer should have before forking over a credit-card number or tapping out the company AV budget. Use it to help make every presentation you make a success.
— The Editors