6 Things You Need to Know Before Buying a Mini Projector

  • 2022-03-30
Projectors can change even small affairs into something major. Buying it for personal or professional use, it is important to find one that stands by your expectations.

At first glance, all mini projectors look quite identical, but their specifications may vary remarkably. So, to get the right deal, it’s better to do your research. We dived in to see what exactly should be taken into consideration while buying mini projectors and came up with this guide. To get a detailed view, take a look ahead:

1. Contrast Ratio

In layman’s language contrast ratio is the difference between the dark and light areas on a screen. To calculate this number, the darkest and the brightest portion is compared for luminosity. This ratio is affected by several factors like screen quality and ambient light. However, for beginners, you should look for a product with a higher contrast ratio. A contrast ratio of  1000:1 or above is considered the best. 

2. Resolution

Just like the cameras, projectors also uses the term “resolution” to represent its picture quality. Higher resolution means the picture is going to be crisp, clear and accurate. If you are planning to project graphs, charts, and videos, it’s essential to find a projector with higher resolution. For a mini projector resolution equal to or above 854*480 px is considered decent. While it’s not quite full HD, it allows a great playback. So, look for resolution equal to or above this threshold.

3. Ease of use

The initial setup of a projector can get tricky and may need some technical assistance. Fortunately, portable projectors makes the installation process easier than ever. Getting a projector with wireless capabilities (in addition to the standard HDMI port) can make your life much easier. Make sure it supports a higher bandwidth as to minimize the latency when projecting your screens wirelessly. 

Furthermore, projectors powered by fully-fledged operating systems, like Android, can be a material bonus. It simply enables a whole slew of configurations and allows for new features, along with hot patches, to be introduced via software updates.

4. Throw distance and positioning

A projector supports one of these three throw distances – throw, short-throw, and ultra-short-throw. Mini projector support either short throw or ultra-short throw.

While short-throw allows positioning anywhere in between 3 to 8 feet (for a full image). The ultra-short-throw gives 0 to 4 feet distance (it’s is best for table projecting). We will recommend going for the short throw as its good for decent room size.

5. Brightness

The amount of brightness you require is determined by the room you are projecting in. For instance, when you are projecting in larger rooms with windows and brighter light, higher lumen is needed. However for working in dark and even low-lit rooms, 150 ANSI lumens of brightness will work fine.  

6. Battery capacity

The whole idea of buying a mini projector is to have something portable. And, portability comes with a good built-in battery. Make sure you are buying a projector that can at least project a full movie without recharging. So that you don’t have to carry the charging device around every time.
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