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Casio is a Japanese computer manufacturer and their leading projectors are mostly DLPs We looked at the top projectors released by Casio over the last year to bring you this list of the best Casio projectors, all of which are highly rated by the top reviewers from around the web. Although DLP projectors, fall second to LCD projectors in terms of colour saturation they round up a smoother image with better contrasts.

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Casio XJ-A256

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Casio XJ-A256
Casio XJ-H1750
Casio XJ-H2650
Casio XJ-ST155
Casio XJ-m245 3D
Casio XJ-A256 Projector
Casio XJ-H1750 Projector
Casio XJ-H2650 Projector
Casio XJ-ST155 3D Projector
Casio XJ-m245 3D Projector
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Release Date
Feb 2012
Dec 2011
Sep 2011
Aug 2011
Jun 2011
Contrast Ratio
1800:1
1400:1
1400:1
800:1
1800:1
Display Technology
DLP
DLP
DLP
DLP
DLP
Image Brightness
3000.0 ANSI lumens
4000.0 ANSI lumens
3500.0 ANSI lumens
3000.0 ANSI lumens
2500.0 ANSI lumens
Platform
PC
PC, Mac
PC, Mac
PC, Mac
Type
DLP Projectors
DLP Projectors
DLP Projectors
DLP Projectors
DLP Projectors
  • Rating Unavailable

    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.


  • The Casio XJ-H2650 delivers a bright, high-quality data image along with a low running cost and the ecological benefits that go with Casio's solid state light source.

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    One thing that is undeniable about the XJ-ST155 is that it is packed with features and is very capable with all the different inputs. Its short throw techonology means you can project a very large image without having to place the projector far from the screen. This reduces shadow if you decide to ceiling mount the projector and use its interactive capabilities.


  • The massive Casio Short Throw XJ-ST155 has a solid feature set as a data projector for classroom or conference room.


  • The Casio Signature XJ-M245 offers a long-lasting hybrid light source, Wi-Fi streaming of presentations, 3D readiness, and solid data image quality, though it falters a bit on video.