Projectors Archive

XGIMI Halo Review: Long Throw Portable Projector

Projectors are one of those technologies that’s simultaneously vintage and popular. Like vinyl records, they almost went the way of Betamax and laserdiscs. And like vinyl records, projectors are now making a comeback. In both cases, this has been due to changes in technology. With vinyl, the format lost popularity with the advent of CDs, which are more compact. But with streaming services and MP3s, …

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 …

Anker Nebula Cosmos Max Review: 4K UHD Projector with Android TV

As moviegoing experiences go, it’s tough to get more old school than a home projector. Throw up a screen, or just clear off a white section of wall, and any room becomes a theater. Bust out some popcorn and put on you’re favorite movie, and you’re ready to go. But when many people think of projectors, they often don’t think of modern, state of the …

Philips PicoPix MaxTV Review: Android TV Mobile Portable Projector

We normally think of technology as a steady progression. Someone invents a machine, it’s used for a while, and maybe some people make improvements along the way. Eventually, someone invents a different, better machine, and the older machine becomes obsolete. VHS tape is a good example. In the 1980s, it was a new, amazing way to watch movies and home videos. But by the new …