PowerPoint Projectors offer you the ideal solution if you are showing Power Point Presentations to a range of audience sizes to suit all budgets. If you want to narrow your search results then use the filters to refine your search for features such as Lumens, Resolution, Lamp Life etc. If you need advice on which projector is the best projector for your use call our sales advisor's on 01189 070703
Everyday we get asked what is the best Power point projector, and the simple answer is think of the quality of the image you want to display and what are the conditions you present in. If you are a mobile presenter showing off a training slide show with simple text and a few non HD pictures then consider a XGA projector as the quality will be good enough for everyone to read, and assuming you have the right brightness then go for the one that suits your budget. If you like to present you Powerpoint presentation in a widescreen format, again simple text and images then a WXGA projector is the choice. If within your presentation you have HD content and you want to replicate this as a large image then 1080p resolution is a better choice. You need to think about your audience size and also factor in the lighting conditions and have variable are the locations. So let us explain that further. You present to 30 people, a different room every time, during the day. Some rooms will be very bright, of course you try to control the lighting by only have the necessary lights in knowing that the darker the room the clearer the image but this is a bright room and there are no blinds. Another day you present inside an internal office and it's quite dim. You of course have to have a projector that deals with the most challenging conditions, the bright room and although your audience size hasn't changed you will need more lumens (projector brightness) In general anything from 2600 to 3500 lumens is the norm for a Powerpoint projector, it doesn't cost much more to have a brighter one, they might be a little heavier and the replacement lamps a little more expensive but it the budget allows it then it does ensure that you can also present whatever the room conditions. Some people ask us for a pc free or leave your laptop at home to run a powerpoint presentation, there are projectors that have the USB A connection but they will require you to convert your Powerpoint presentation into a simple picture slideshow without the fancy bits Powerpoint does, we find that this extra effort isn't worth it and why not just get a tablet if you don't want the weight of the notebook. Infocus have started producing projectors with internal memory and they are a step further forward to the pc free projector but they are not quite perfect yet so the projector world has a little way to go.We also get asked about wireless Powerpoint projectors, the best solution is buying a decent projector and the right wireless adaptor, much cheaper than a bespoke wireless projector. We are here to help you get the best solution for your needs so either chat online or pick up the phone, we usually save you money and time.