Projectors Archive

Review and Comparison of the Poner Saund vs. AuKing Mini Projector

If you’re looking for a fun way to spice up your living room, a mini projector is an excellent option. Yes, you’ve probably got an enormous TV, but let’s face it: everyone’s got one of those. What most people don’t have is a sweet home projector that provides a fun, retro feel. If you go back a couple generations, projectors were big, clunky, and mechanical. …

COOAU A4300 vs. Hompow Mini Projector – Review and Compare

When you think of a projector system, the first thing that comes to mind might be an old-timey film projector. That’s totally forgivable. For years, a film projector was the only way to enjoy a movie at home. But in the 80s, projectors were replaced by more convenient, more affordable VHS systems. As tapes gave way to DVDs and DVDs gave way to Blu-Ray, projectors …

APEMAN 4000L vs. ManyBox Mini Projector – Review & Comparison

When you think about technology, you usually think of things evolving in a straight line. For example, punch cards led to tape drives, which led to floppy drives, which led to CDs, and so on. But every now and then, technology throws you for a loop and goes in reverse. For instance, old-school vinyl records have been rebounding in popularity. Ironically, the reason for this …

The Best Art Projector for Tracing Images

For many artists, tracing is a key part of the process. To be fair, that’s not always the case. A lot of artists prefer to work freehand. After all, creativity and a “human touch” are part of the process, right? But there are many reasons you might want to trace an image. For one thing, suppose you want to copy the same image exactly, several …

Testing & Review of the 2020 GooDee YG600 LED Projector

Home projector systems are one of those retro-cool technologies, like a turntable. Like turntables, they used to be the only way to enjoy a type of media at home. With turntables, the media was music. With projectors, the media was video. Then, just like vinyl, projectors became obsolete. Instead, they were replaced by the VCR, and later, the DVD player. Unless you were an enthusiast …