Over the past three decades, projectors have gain popularity in leaps and bounds. In most cases, they have been used in Cinema halls, church, concerts and business meetings. But, the trend is changing, they are holding a revere position in the home cinema.
The adoption of LED lighting source enables projectors to have a pretty small size. The L-mix is about the size of the palm, then how does it actually perform? See my video review.
I got a smart projector called XGIMI H2 from Taobao (the largest online shopping site in China) half a month ago, and recently made a review video of it.
Projectors have become an integral part of modern digital life. Most offices and organizations are using projectors for their presentations. Many consumers are also replacing the TVs in their home theatre systems with projectors. Projectors are available with different features and have varying specifications.
Projectors can be divided into three distinct categories depending on their image projecting mechanism – DLP, LCD and LCoS projectors. They have different specifications and come with their own advantages and disadvantages. It can be quite confusing for the buyer to choose a suitable projector out of these three.
A projector is an essential part of modern homes. It projects large images and allows you to have a cinematic experience. Considering the wide range of home projectors available in the market, picking a perfect home projector can be quite overwhelming. A projector which is ideal for one home may not be the best option for another.
Projectors are becoming increasingly popular today. They have replaced TVs in homes and offices alike. Public and private establishments are also using projectors in their premises. Even religious buildings such as churches and houses of worship are employing projectors in their congregations.