The Epson VS250 has a great design—it’s basically everything we want in a projector and looks good to boot. At 11.9 x 9.2 x 3.2 inches and 5.3 pounds, it’s a nice size, and if it had a higher resolution, we’d have no problem recommending it.
One of our favorite features is that the projector automatically adjusts its vertical keystone when you extend the kickstand. The stand is a little wobbly and made from plastic, but it can do the job.
In place of the vertical keystone adjustment you would find on most other projectors, there is a horizontal keystone right behind the focus dial. This is amazing because you don’t have to point the projector straight at your projection surface. You can put the projector off to the side and adjust the distortion with the keystone, making this projector much more versatile. For example, you could put it on your nightstand next to the bed and project movies onto your wall. The rear feet are also adjustable so that you can level the projector on any surface. It even has a standard tripod mounting option.
The lens is high quality and offers 3,200 lumens of brightness. We found the focus adjustment very smooth and accurate. Instead of a lens cap, the projector has a built-in cover that you can slide open to expose the lens, and when it’s closed it mutes both audio and video. We thought this is a great design—no more missing lens caps!
The fan and cooling system is very well-designed, quiet, and even has a removable dust filter. The single 2W mono speaker is located in the back of the projector alongside all the connectivity ports.
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