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Buyer’s Guide: Projectors

Projectors are a great tool for enlivening, shortening or clarifying a meeting, speech or presentation in the office, on the road or in educational and training environments. As with any other aspect of business IT, the technology behind them advances constantly, so Stephen Errity has rounded up some of the latest offerings from the big players on the market

2nd April, 2017
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Sony VPL-PHZ10

Price:€2,995

Available from May, this laser projector is presented as a versatile, affordable choice for installation in a wide range of education, business and entertainment environments and Sony claims it makes laser projection an attractive investment for a broader range of customers than before and is particularly suited to smaller classrooms and meeting rooms. It teams a powerful Z-Phosphor laser light source with Sony’s BrightEra 3LCD projection engine to deliver bright and...

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