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Digital projector for small water agency?


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#1 saluqi

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Posted 22 September 2014 - 06:22 PM

We are a small water agency in rural California and need a digital projector for our Board meetings and for various public information exercises in spaces from our own conference room (seating maybe 20 at most) up to the size of a school classroom or small auditorium.  I have been looking online at the Epson projectors (such as EX7220/7230/7235) but don't really know much about digital projectors and so would like some help making a good choice.  Content would be mostly PowerPoint or other slideshow software, or video.  Source would usually be a laptop computer (and yes, I know that video usually needs a hardwired connection rather than wireless).

 

Thanks for enlightenment on a subject about which I am really inadequately informed.

 

 



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Posted 23 September 2014 - 10:40 PM

If this is the wrong forum for this question, please tell me where to go <G>.



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Posted 29 September 2014 - 08:20 PM

The 7230 or 7235 would likely be your best bets due to their slightly higher and widescreen resolution. The 7235 has QR Code Quick Connect and wireless connection built in, but if you're ok with a wired connection (either USB or HDMI, both faster and more stable than wireless), then these two features aren't really important. These units get really good reviews and appear to be bright enough to get the job done nicely.

 

Hope that helps a little bit


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