A solid performer, particularly when projecting video images
The Canon LE-5 is a big step forward in light, inexpensive LED projectors. At less than $800, it fits many budgets, and its video performance is excellent for such a small projector. Even its 5-watt audio output is unusually high for its class although its fan noise can be a distraction. For home and portable environments where ambient light can be controlled, the Canon LE-5 is a solid performer, particularly when projecting video images. It richly deserves our highest value rating.
Solid (if unspectacular) image quality
The Canon LV-7297M is a decent, basic portable XGA data projector, though it brings nothing to make it stand out from the crowd. The Canon LV-7292M offers the same features but with lower brightness, at a lower price.
The Editors' Choice Epson PowerLite 93+ shares the LV-7297M's relatively low 2,600-lumen brightness rating, but provides top-notch data image quality and good video image quality, and a good sound system for less money.
Very good color balance, even with the brightest picture mode
The Canon WX6000 is an excellent performer that produces a sharp, bright image with superior color fidelity. With easy setup via its power zoom, focus and lens shift, as well as its variety of available lenses, it is easily integrated into any installation. The Cinema and Photo/sRGB picture modes are well suited to presentations that require accurate color and the DICOM simulation picture mode will be a big plus in medical school auditoriums.
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