Reasonably fast reaction time
The BZ-1 is, quite simply, an impressive ultra short throw interactive projector. It delivers a bright, 1280x800 image, excellent data image quality, good video for a data projector, good audio, a full complement of ports, the ability to work in tabletop mode, and suitably quiet operation.
Stacked against these strengths is a very short list of limitations, and no actual weaknesses.
Comes with the interactive pen and software
The bottom line on the Hitachi iPJ-AW250N is that it is definitely an interactive projector with an incredible amount of features. It can achieve a very large image from just a foot two from the screen. Its native resolution of 1280x800 makes it more compatible with wide screen users. It's light output was bright enough for just about any environment you could present in.
Small size makes it uniquely appropriate among interactive ultra short throw projectors for portable use
Although the iPJ-AW250N loses some points for not being suitable for interactive table-top applications, that's not an issue if you're sure you'll never want to use it that way. On the other hand, its small size makes it uniquely appropriate among interactive ultra short throw projectors for portable use, even with the need for calibration.
great overall image quality and sharpness
The Hitachi CP-DW10N is projector that offers a great value proposition by combining short throw capability, Hitachi's template function, a variety of network command and control functions and great overall image quality and sharpness, with a low street price. While the CP-DW10N's video performance was not overly impressive, it is good enough for non-critical viewing environments.
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