Whether you’re in need of out-of-the-box interactive projection for the classroom or conference room, ProAV power for larger installations, or the best in 1080p and 4K home theater projectors, Viewsonic's full line of projection solutions shine bright in any environment.
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Things to Consider When Buying ViewSonic Projectors
The best part about choosing projectors made by ViewSonic is their variety because the company truly offers something for everyone. For houses of worship and small organizations that need a good projector but are on a budget, ViewSonic takes good care of them with high-tech, high-quality products that never cost a fortune. And these are projectors that produce crystal-clear images and are easy to operate.
When you want to compare different ViewSonic projectors, the best thing to do is consider which features are most important to you and then seek out projectors with those traits. Here are a few traits that you might want to consider beforehand:
The cost of the projector has to be a consideration for most people since almost everyone is on a budget. When it comes to projectors made by ViewSonic, there is a wide range that starts at around $120 and goes up to roughly $5600. Quite a difference! But the good news is that most users don’t pay anywhere near the top price but still get just what they need for their projects to turn out perfectly every time.
The number of lumens indicates how bright the light is, and that number in a projector can be anywhere from 3600 to 5000 lumens. The brightness is important because it directly affects the picture quality once it’s projected onto the screen. Depending on your location and your needs, you can choose the low number or a higher number, but there are enough options available every time for you to get just what you need in the end.
Some projectors are lightweight and portable, and some are not. While one is not necessarily better than the next one, you’ll need to consider how much you will be transporting your projector from one location to another. If you know that your projector will likely remain in the same spot most of the time, you can go with a heavier one. But if that’s not the case, you’ll have to make sure that you get a projector that is compact and lightweight.
Amount of Projection
One of the things that you always learn when you buy a projector is how far it will actually project the images you need placed on the screen. For some projectors, it is 120 inches (10 feet), while other projectors will project up to 150 inches away (12.5 feet). It’s good to measure the distance you need before you research projectors just to make sure that the one you buy can accommodate you. This is especially important when you’ll be using the projector in a very large room.