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Cloning Function: Copy configuration settings from one projector to others of the same model via USB memory. Cloning can save almost all PJ settings such as gamma and keystone via USB memory. ImageCare is a lamp power control function that combines optimal picture performance with maximum energy savings by decreasing energy usage, improving contrast ratio and lengthening lamp life. The result is a lower total cost of ownership and decreased maintenance cost.
The TW570 is a new budget LCD projector targeted at gamers and home cinema enthusiasts. It supports 3D as well as 2D playback, carries a built-in audio system, and delivers an HD Ready (not Full HD) resolution of 1280 x 800. Its 3000 Lumens of light output makes it the brightest home cinema projector in Epson’s range, too.
The XJ-M251 Signature Model XGA DLP Multimedia Projector from Casio features a hybrid LED/laser light source that outputs 3000 lumens and lasts up to 20,000 hours. A single-chip 0.65" DLP imaging device delivers an image at 1280 x 800 (WXGA) native resolution and 4:3 native aspect ratio. Thanks to internal scaling capability, the projector can also accept non-native signals up to 1080p for HDTV and 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) for computer sources.
As the flagship model of its line, the Casio Signature XJ-M256 combines good brightness and resolution, solid data-image quality, a good set of connection options, including Wi-Fi, and a lamp that could easily last the lifetime of the projector. The XJ-M256 is a good choice for a school or corporate setting, provided that you don't need to use it much for video.
The XJ-A257 is a WXGA (1,280-by-800) DLP projector, rated at 3,000 lumens. However, instead of producing red, green, and blue using a standard lamp and a color wheel, it gets red light with LEDs, blue with lasers, and green by shining the blue laser light on a phosphor. Its optical system directs the red, green, and blue light to the DLP chip, and out the front lens.
The Casio Slim XJ-A147 is one of the latest projectors to sport the company's hybrid LED/laser light source. It boasts some solid features, such as a generous 2x zoom and Wi-Fi, with an included adapter. Like other models in the company's Slim line, the XJ-A147 is a lightweight model with a lamp that should keep shining when other projectors with more mortal light engines have run through two or three bulbs.
The Casio Slim XJ-A247 is a lightweight data projector that includes some nifty features, such as a generous 2X zoom and standard Wi-Fi, with the adapter included. It uses Casio's hybrid LED-laser light engine, which has a light source that should last the lifetime of the projector. The XJ-A247 has solid data-image quality, and is a good choice if you don't include much video in your presentations.
The Casio Slim XJ-A242 is one of the latest projectors to feature the company's hybrid LED/laser light engine. One advantage of this technology is that the light source should last the lifetime of the device, while most projectors have bulbs that need replacement every few years. The XJ-A242 brings solid image quality for data presentations, whether in a classroom or boardroom.