One of the best ways to enjoy online video at this point is via a projector.
Watching YouTube videos are fine on a small PC monitor, or laptop screen, but with services such as Hulu and the BBC iPlayer now launching and offering full episodes of programmes over the Web, a bigger screen is soon to become an essential purchase.
I wrote an article back in February which explained what you would need, and how to connect a home theatre projector to your computer to enable easy watching of Web video, and now here is a review of one of the best-selling systems on the market.
The Epson PowerLite 77c 2200 Lumen Multimedia Projector is a relatively cheap option, retailing on Amazon at just $693 at the moment. This would classify it as a budget option, but it will still do a great job.
As the name suggests, the projector has 2200 Lumens and a 400:1 Contrast Ratio, which means that the display is always guaranteed to be bright, even when the sun is shining through your windows.
The Epson Powerlite is also a very lightweight projector, weighing in at just 6 pounds, making it fully portable, and available to be moved with you as business or entertainment suits.
Even more importantly in these days where everything is high definition, the projector supports HDTV, at both 720p and 1080i. It also has a quiet running noise, meaning your TV or movie viewing will not be spoilt by a constant hum.
This projector is a great buy which offers some incredible options, and versatility, can be used for business or entertainment, and comes in pretty cheap too.
This is a good starter projector, and will offer anyone who purchases one a good introduction to the joys of massive screen viewing. If you’re a gadget freak and have yet to buy a projector, then do so now.
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