Lots of searches are for wireless projectors, in fact Google has this one of the key words people look for, so why then are there only a few wireless models. There clearly is a need for them, the benefits of no ugly wires,everything is wireless, it makes sense to be able to send data to a projector using the WiFi.
Well there are really simple solutions out there that means pretty much every model could be wireless, just add a dongle. Either into your VGA port, USB Port or HDmi port depending on the dongle and what works best for that model. Some of the wireless adapters are tiny, some require power, some will handle full video 1080p quality, others are slow on the bandwidth. Find out the different types and the one that works best for you.
Recently here at Just Projectors we have decided that we should start a YouTube channel looking at some of the models, screens and accessories that we sell, to help you, our customer. The aim of these videos is to give you a helpful analysis on a certain product, we give you all the information you need to know. Including the specifications, what it works well with and a demonstration of the product itself.
Our most recent videos include an overview of the InFocus IN124a and the BenQ TH681+. These are two projectors which come from very reputable brands. We chose these particular models as they are some of our bestsellers, which we love and they are accompanied by fantastic reviews from customers.
When choosing a projector there are many things to consider, will it link to the source I'm using, will it be bright enough for the room, is the quality as good as I need it to be, what special features does it have and will it offer the best value for my budget. So bearing
all that in mind, we believe that the ViewSonic PJD6250L projector will get the big thumbs up.
- 3300 Lumens XGA Resolution Multiple inputs including full networking
- Mobile or Installation Use High Contrast Long Lamp Life
- Bulit in 16w speaker Horz & Vertical Keystone Adjustment
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