Projector for work travel
If you need a projector for conferences this little casio is hard to beat. We bought it to replace an old projector that was much larger and cost an arm and a leg to ship in it's giant padded shipping container. In 2 years time this Casio will pay for itself in just saved shipping costs, not to mention the money saved not having to replace the bulbs as frequently as we did with the old beast. Picture quality is great and with 3000 lumens it does a great job in rooms that don't get very dark.
Finally... a projector that has everything
I love my little Casio Green Slim Line. Bright? Wow. Small? Easily fits in my bag with my laptop. And the coolest thing is that it works off a thumb drive. You have to convert your PowerPoint or PDF file (or whatever) to the native format with the Casio software. Easy and quick. It doesn't preserve animations within a slide, unfortunately. It also works for video - dump it to a thumb drive. Then, I can take ONLY the projector to my presentation (without my laptop).
the IN1503 is squarish, squat and strangely elegant.
The InFocus IN1503 business projector is a versatile performer that can be used for off-site business presentations or casual movie watching. If possible we'd recommend dialling down the brightness to reduce fan noise, but apart from this small flaw it is a competent all-round projector.
I bought this as a touring musician to project art during my band's set. Little did I know that this would be my new favorite thing! I use it to play video games at the house, watch movies, I've even set up a 20 foot screen in the backyard and used it to host neighborhood movie nights. It is super bright and clear, the fact that I don't have to replace bulbs pretty much ever is worth it alone. This projector is SUPER compact and powers up and down in an instant.
Greater zoom range than many competitors
The Casio XJ-M145 deserves serious consideration from the school district or business that uses projectors on a daily basis and therefore needs to keep maintenance costs at a minimum. With a typical lamp replacement occurring at 3000 hours and at an average cost of $200, Casio estimates that the XJ-M145 user will save $1000 (five lamp replacements) over the life of the projector. This is probably conservative and even one more replacement would result in a total savings thatâ??
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