Data images aren't quite on the mark
When you use projectors in classrooms, you want ruggedness and reliability with minimum maintenance. You also want to set up and go with no delays for image adjustment. That is exactly what you get with the PLC-XK2600, and the added bonus is excellent data and video performance. You can find XGA projectors for less money, but you will have a hard time matching the PLC-XK2600's knockout images and low cost of ownership.
All-rounder with sufficient brightness
The Sanyo PLC-XK2600 is a decent general-purpose projector. It doesn't have any killer features and doesn't excel in any single area. Nor is it especially portable. Nonetheless, the £450 price tag is modest, and if you want an all-rounder with sufficient brightness to let it work in light rooms, the PLC-XK2600 is a safe buy.
Black levels really do look impressively deep
As with the Z3000 with which it shares, well, pretty much everything, the Z4000 is capable of being a very accomplished projector for its money. Itâ??s just a shame it needs arguably professional levels of calibration before youâ??ll get anything like the best out of it.
Plenty of inputs
If you want bright, the Sanyo PLC-WU3800 has got what you need. At 3800 lumens brightness, this compact projector will give you a usable image even in the least hospitable environments. With tons of options for the inexperienced (auto setup, auto keystone, power-off and go) and the power users (Picture in Picture, Picture and Picture), there is something for everyone.
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