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This selection of the best projector with 4000 ANSI Lumen is narrowed down to the top rated projectors which have 4000 ANSI lumen. This ANSI lumen count is a measure of the light output from your projector which defines how bright or dull the image it displays will be; and 4000 is typically good for business purposes where presentations are held in rooms with an average amount of ambient light.

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BenQ SH940

BenQ SH940 Projector


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BenQ SH940
BenQ MX722
Epson PowerLite 1945W
Epson PowerLite 1965
Casio XJ-H1750
BenQ SH940 Projector
BenQ MX722 3D DLP Projector
Epson PowerLite 1945W Projector
Epson PowerLite 1965 Projector
Casio XJ-H1750 Projector
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Release Date
Feb 2013
Feb 2013
Apr 2012
Apr 2012
Dec 2011
Image Brightness
4000.0 ANSI lumens
4000.0 ANSI lumens
4200.0 ANSI lumens
5000.0 ANSI lumens
4000.0 ANSI lumens
Contrast Ratio
50000:1
5300:1
3000:1
3000:1
1400:1
Display Technology
DLP
DLP
3LCD
3LCD
DLP
Platform
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC, Mac
Type
DLP Projectors
DLP Projectors
LCD Projectors
LCD Projectors
DLP Projectors
Form Factor
Portable
Stationary
Stationary

  • The BenQ SH940 projector offers a bright, high-qualityĆ¢??and high-resolutionĆ¢??data image, along with conveniences that include a 1.5x zoom lens and both vertical and horizontal lens shift.


  • It's not the smallest or most easily portable of projectors, but otherwise the Epson is a fantastic choice for presenting on the move. Its brightness rating allows it to work effectively in all environments, and the superb setup tools are as good as any we've seen. Add to this the great picture quality and a slew of features that tap into the potential of wired and wireless networking to make a top-notch business projector.


  • The Epson PowerLite 1965 XGA 3LCD Projector is bright enough to throw big image in a mid to large-size room even with ambient light.

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    The Casio XJ-H1750 is a little different from most projectors, with most of the differences in its favor. The hybrid light source, with its mercury-free design and 20,000 hour lifetime, offers ecological benefits and lowers cost of ownership. It also helps that Casio backs up the light source with the extraordinarily long, 5-year or 10,000 hour warranty, the best in the business.

    Adding to potential ecological and economic benefits are the seven different levels of brightness without having to change color mode.


  • Built around a DLP chip and hybrid solid state light source, with LEDs and a laser, the Casio XJ-H1750 Pro Series business projector boasts a 4,000-lumen brightness rating and low running costs.