Projectors come in different shapes and sizes for a variety of purposes, so we’ve split them down into different groups to enable you match them to your needs.
Home theater projectors
Many people find that a big-screen television is not enough for their viewing pleasure, and opt for a home-theater projector. These high-tech devices project high-definition video onto a screen or wall. A Home theatre projector is perfect for projecting large, crisp images. Because home theater projectors simulate a dark movie theater environment, they work best in a dedicated room where you can control the amount of light that enters from outside or from other areas in the house.
These kind of projectors are designed for professional (meetings, presentations, Conferences, PowerPoint slideshows) and school environments (Education and training). Business projectors also known as a multimedia or data projector will suit those who need to present a talk or give a presentation. Since these projectors are brighter than home theater projectors, they work well in meeting rooms or classrooms with overhead lighting and windows. Business projectors are designed primarily to display static images, such as graphs and PowerPoint slides, but they can work for multimedia and entertainment use as well.
A Pico projector (also known as a pocket projector, mobile projector, or mini beamer) are pocket-sized projectors that are compact enough to hold in your hand but powerful enough for sharing images with a small group of people. It applies the use of an image projector in a handheld device. Since they weigh less than 3 pounds, Pico projectors are easy to take with you almost anywhere, which comes in handy for frequent travel, Small group presentations, Personal use at home in small rooms and off-site meetings. Portable projectors have built in batteries so that you can easily watch films or give a presentation wherever you are.
You can get more information in our Projector buying guide