Have you ever found yourself staring at a minuscule TV in the corner of your hotel room and wished for something more? Maybe you travel often for work and are looking for a way to give presentations that won’t break the bank. If either of these people sounds like you, then you might be interested in a micro projector.
Times have changed and now, there are projectors which can easily fit into your pocket whilst also providing a crisp, clear, high-quality image as long as you have a surface for it to project onto. For this reason, they’re perfect for people with busy lifestyles. To save you time, we’ve filtered out the substandard products and created this list to help you figure out which is the best micro projector for you.
Best Micro Projector – Comparison Table
The table below shows all of the projectors we’ll be reviewing today and gives you a quick overview using a couple of relevant specifications. This isn’t the be all and end all, however, since often you’ll find that a product which isn’t so great on paper, exceeds expectations in a real life scenario. Well, here are the best micro projectors out there.
|Projector||Brightness (ANSI Lumens)||Maximum Resolution|
Now that you’ve had a quick look at our most recommended products, we’ll dig a little deeper into each of them. We’re going to examine the usefulness and quality of each projector and say where its strengths are, its weaknesses and where it might be most useful, beginning with the Stoga GM60.