Projectors Archive

In-Depth Review of the WiMiUS S25 WiFi Bluetooth Projector

When most people think of projectors, they think of old-school technology. Before streaming, before Blu-Ray, even before DVD and VHS tapes, there were projectors. Back in the day, they were the only way to enjoy a movie at home. But they came with some significant downsides. For one thing, they were expensive, complicated machines with pricey parts. For another thing, the media was inherently clunky. …

In-Depth Review of the VILINICE 5000L Mini Outdoor Movie Projector

When most people think of cutting-edge video technology, they’re usually thinking of something flashy. 8K TVs and the latest game consoles are some of the sexier offerings on today’s market. But sometimes, the best technology hearkens back to earlier, simpler times. Projectors are a good example of this kind of technology. Like vinyl records, they used to be the only option for home users, before …

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 …

Review of the GooDee W80 WiFi Video Projector

Modern video projectors have many purposes. For one thing, they’re often used in offices. In most cases, it’s easier for a presenter to plug into a projector rather than anything else. The projector can sit on a conference table or be mounted from a ceiling, so you can keep your laptop close. However, video projectors are also popular for home use. To many readers, this …

VANKYO Leisure 410W Mini WiFi Projector Review

Projectors, like vinyl records, are one of those old-school technologies that’s becoming popular again. Back in the dark, dark days before home video, the only way to watch a movie or home was with a projector. Of course, these old-school projectors were big and clunky, they ran hot, and they required bulky film reels. They simply weren’t practical unless you were a serious enthusiast with …