Television is, depending on who you ask and how you phrase the question, going through a Golden Age or an earthquake-like shift. As everyone- millennials and their elder generations alike- change the way they entertain themselves, we’re still quite a ways from strapping on our headsets and being transported to a virtual reality. In office environments as well, presentations and rich media are more important than ever, which means you could use a brighter and crisper way to show them off.
And there’s nothing like a projector to truly do your videos and Power Point slides justice. Flat screen TVs are fine, but simply can’t offer the sheer real estate that a good projector can provide. The Epson EX9200 Pro not only produces an image that can be larger than any affordable flat panel LCD, but it’s a bright, sharp, and crystal-clear one as well. It’s at the top end of their EX range, boasting a brightness rating of 3200 lumens and WUXGA resolution, capable of displaying true 1080p videos. There’s no 3D support, but you’re getting most everything else you could want in a compact and inexpensive model. And with LCD, rather than DLP technology, there is no rainbow artifacting to worry about.
Epson makes far more than printers. We’ve used Epson projectors in a variety of contexts before, and though this isn’t a true home theater projector, it works perfectly well as one. For business use, it’s got some basic wireless features built-in, so you can stream some info and pictures from your laptop, tablet, or smartphone. There’s a free app, which works well enough, though don’t expect it to replace a true video streaming device like an Apple TV or Roku. The most notable upgrade to many predecessors is the addition of a second HDMI input, which allows the projector to display video from dual simultaneous sources in a split-screen. There are also VGA, composite video and RCA audio inputs, plus two types of USB ports. Unfortunately, there is no audio output, though there is a small internal two watt speaker that is enough for conference room purposes. And the EX9200 Pro has MHL connectivity as well, for those with devices that support it.
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