Are you a video game or a movie enthusiast? If you are either of those, then you’ve probably been looking at some of those new LED back-lit televisions and drooling at the thought of playing video games in 3D. While those LED back-lit televisions are a great way to really see the action, why settle for such a small screen?
I can hear you now “What do you mean small screen, its 60 inches”. Like I said, why do you want to settle for such a small screen? The new DLP projectors, such as the Epson MovieMate, Epson Powerlite Home Cinema 8350 or the Optoma projector come with 3D capability as well as projection sizes up to 300 inches diagonally. Think of what you could do this summer by hosting a movie or game night and projecting it on to the side of your house. Popcorn and smores will never be the same again!
But wait, theres no need to even stop there. Let’s assume for a moment that you aren’t into hosting movie night, and that what you really need is a gaming projector that you can set up for those impromptu games and movie viewing sessions you have with your friends. No problem! A projector like the LG HX350T Projector is small, light, and while not being able to light up an entire room it will get the job done. Its bulbs are also rated at a 20,000 hour lifetime, which means that youll probably never have to replace the bulb has long as you own the machine.
Other options that are included in some of these machines are wireless networking, hardwired networking and contrast ratios that will boggle your mind. So really the only question you have to ask yourself is “Why would you want to settle for such a small screen?”
Lastly, as youre trying to decide whether youre going to go for that LED back-lit television or the big time with a new DLP projector think for a second about these two little words: Football games.