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WOWOTO T8E Multimedia Home Theater Projector Review

Versatility isn’t usually the first word that comes to mind when you think about home theater projectors. Generally, they’re designed to do one thing in one environment, namely, project large images on to large screens in dark rooms. Due to these limitations, most consumers tend to stay content with their big screen LCD TVs. Since a TV can work well in any lighting condition and …

GooDee YG500 Mini Portable Projector Review

A quality home theater projector in the correct environment can transform your home into a comfortable, personal movie theater. While large televisions run in the 50 to 70-inch range, even average projectors can create an image of 100 to 120 inches or more. Doubling the diagonal screen size means quadrupling the actual screen area, so the difference between a good-sized TV and an average sized …

Optoma HD39Darbee 1080p Home Theater Projector Review

The digital world is moving to 4K. New TVs, computer monitors, and even smartphone screens and cameras are getting packed with pixels. There’s just one problem. Very little 4K media actually exists. While a few streaming media sites and a select handful of movies on Blu-Ray support 4K resolution, it’s an extremely limited library. This will undoubtedly change as time goes on, but if you’re …

First-Look Review of the Canon XF400 and X405 4K Professional Camcorder

While we generally focus on consumer electronics, today we’re taking a look at the Canon XF400 Professional camcorder. Canon has long been a leader in the video and photography market but recent changes in consumer buying patterns have forced all manufacturers to make some adaptation. The rise of highly capable smartphone cameras has caused digital SLR and consumer camcorder sales to plummet to multi-decade lows. …

First-Look Review of the Optoma UHZ65 4K Ultra High Definition Projector

Most of us remember past years of standard definition TV, VHS tapes, and even fiddling with “rabbit ear” antennas in an often-futile attempt to reduce the static on one of the few channels that actually came in. The evolution through DVD, High Definition digital cable, Blu-Ray, and large format LCD TVs was astounding. In one generation, we advanced from squinting at small, bulky CRT screens …