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These five projectors are super light, bright, and full of might.
You’re known as a persuader, master business traveler. You wouldn’t be hitting your quotas quarter after quarter and have been able to sell your manager on springing for the lightest laptop on the market at the time without that alluring sales charm.
But how about that aging, heavy projector you lug around? The last thing you need, road warrior, is a whole lot of sports crème on your shoulder and odd looks from the buffet station attendant at the Holiday Inn Express breakfast line. Maybe it’s time to free up a hand for belt and shoe removal in the TSA line at O’Hare International.
Don’t fret, this roundup of pocket-sized projectors that weigh less than three pounds will keep that precious shoulder from Icy Hot stank and get you to your seat on the plane before you can ask, “Can I get a receipt for that?”
FEATURED IN THIS ROUNDUP:
The ViewSonic PLED-W500 is a solid representative of a new category of lightweight projectors, but it costs a bit more than its competition without offering anything extra. Read the full review ››
The Dell M110 suffers from apparent scaling artifacts at its claimed native resolution, but offers reasonably good image quality otherwise and a bright image for its small size. Read the full review ››
Nearly as portable as a palmtop projector, the Acer K330 is aimed primarily at business users who need to travel light, but can also be useful at home for games and movies. Read the full review ››
By Don Sears, PCMag