Projectors allow others to visualise your ideas and plans. Simply connect one to a notebook, tablet or smartphone to display your content on a wall or screen, making it easy for colleagues or project groups to follow along. Because the key to effective collaboration is ensuring that everyone’s on the same page.
For transparent project management.
Business thrives on the process of implementing new ideas and plans. Without it, innovation would disappear altogether. But turning ideas into reality requires an exchange of ideas and transparent project management. This is exactly why projectors are so essential. They allow us to communicate content to our audience through videos, images, charts and text. And that allows us to lay the foundation for working towards a common goal. Projectors are even more powerful than other solutions, such as video conferencing systems—provided all participants are able to meet in person. Which projector you choose depends closely on what you want to present and where you want to present it.
Projector specifications to consider.
Projector technology is quite diverse, leading to differences in brightness, contrast and colour fidelity. Presenting in a room without shades, for example, requires a projector with more intense brightness to ensure that content can still be seen. This is also true if the projection surface is far away from the projector. DLP (digital light processing) technology delivers strong contrast but doesn’t always render colours accurately. LCD projectors, on the other hand, feature less contrast but greater colour fidelity. Several options are also available for your projector’s light source, including bulbs, laser light, LEDs or laser/LED hybrids.
Selecting and ordering your projector.
Our online shop offers a broad range of projectors that will give your business an extra boost. You’ll also find bulbs, mounts and other accessories—even presentation furniture and projection screens. Several filter criteria, such as brightness, contrast and resolution, are available to help you narrow down your choices. Secondary criteria include connectivity options like Wi-Fi and features such as zoom and keystone correction. When making your selection, you may also want to consider the projector’s operating noise and maximum bulb life, which varies considerably and could make a big difference in operating costs.