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Projectors have come  a long way from the bulky, low-resolution devices of the past. Nowadays, they offer crisp, clear images and can be used for a variety of purposes, from home theater to business presentations. Whether you’re a movie buff or a professional presenter, a good projector can make all the difference in your experience. At Dove Computers we are the number one supplier of projectors, projector screens, projector ceiling mount and projector electric and manual stands in Nairobi Kenya. You can also buy projectors online from our online shop and get countrywide delivery to every town in Kenya.  Our goal is to provide you with a projector to solve all your needs efficiently hence we have prepared this guide to help you to buy a projector in Nairobi Kenya.  This is what you need to know before you purchase a projector. 

Types of Projectors 

When it comes to projectors , there are a few different types to choose from. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, so it’s important to consider your specific needs before deciding which one to buy. 

  1. DLP Projectors: DLP (Digital Light Processing) projectors use a chip with thousands of tiny mirrors that reflect light to create an image on the screen. They are known for their high contrast ratios, excellent color accuracy, and fast refresh rates.
  2. LCD Projectors: LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) projectors use three panels of LCDs to create an image on the screen. They are known for their bright images, accurate color reproduction, and quiet operation.
  3. LCoS Projectors: LCoS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) projectors use a reflective surface instead of a transmissive surface to project images on the screen. They offer high contrast ratios, excellent color accuracy, and a smooth image with no visible pixelation.
  4. LED Projectors: LED projectors use a light-emitting diode (LED) as the light source instead of a traditional lamp. They are energy-efficient, have a longer lifespan, and offer a wider color gamut than traditional lamps.
  5. Laser Projectors: Laser projectors use a laser light source instead of a traditional lamp. They offer a longer lifespan, higher brightness, and better color accuracy than traditional lamps.
  6. Short-throw Projectors: Short-throw projectors are designed to project large images from a short distance. They are ideal for small spaces or classrooms where there is limited space between the projector and the screen.
  7. Ultra-short-throw Projectors: Ultra-short-throw projectors are designed to project large images from an even shorter distance than short-throw projectors. They are ideal for interactive applications such as whiteboards or digital signage.

What to consider when buying a projector.

  1. Brightness: The brightness of a projector is measured in lumens. The higher the lumens, the brighter the projector. Home theater projectors typically have lower lumens than business projectors because they’re designed for dark rooms. However, if you are planning to use your projector in a bright room, you’ll want to choose a model with higher lumens. Most projectors’ brightness range from 1000 to 4500 lumens. Epson EB-X49 XGA 3600 Lumens Projector for example is a good classroom projector that has 3600 lumens.
  2. Projector Resolution: Projector Resolution refers to the number of pixels on the screen. The higher the resolution, the clearer the image. If you’re planning to use a projector for movies or gaming, you’ll want a model with a high resolution. Epson EH-LS300B Home Cinema Smart Laser Projector 3LCD Technology with a 1920 x 1080 resolution for example is one of the best projectors for watching movies and gaming in Kenya.
  3. Contrast Ratio: The contrast ratio refers to the difference between the darkest and brightest parts of an image. A higher contrast ratio means the image will have more depth and detail. Epson EF-12 Mini Laser Smart Projector 3LCD Technology for example has a 16:9 contrast ratio hence has sharp, detailed images for great gaming and movie watching ability.
  4. Connectivity: Most projectors offer a variety of connectivity options, such as HDMI, VGA, and USB. Some projectors also come with a 3.5mm Aux audio jack to enable audio capabilities. Epson, Optoma, Sony and BenQ projectors have ports main HDMI, VGA, and USB ports for connectivity when in class, business meetings and cinematic experiences at home.
  5. Lamp Life: The lamp in a projector will eventually need to be replaced. Look for a model with a long lamp life to avoid having to replace the lamp too often. Projectors like Epson EF-12 Mini Laser Smart Projector 3LCD Technology for instance have a lamp life of 12,000 hours.
  6. Size and Weight: Consider the size and weight of the projector if you plan to move around frequently. Portable projectors are usually small and lightweight but may sacrifice brightness or resolution to achieve their compact size.