Looking for a business projector that focuses on crisp data presentation?
The Dell 4350 single chip DLP projector, released in December 2015 could be a good choice. By delivering 1920 x 1080 HD resolution one might think this projector would fit the needs of home entertainment, but Dell explicitly targets the business and classroom markets with this projector rather than trying to double duty as a home entertainment machine as well.
The 4350 features full HD resolution, flexible wireless connectivity and remote management for seamless collaboration.
The strength of this projector for data projection lies in the detail. In one test done by Projector Central, white text on black was crisp down to 6 points and black text on white, highly readable at 5 points.
Connections on the 4350’s rear are plentiful, and include an HDMI port, a D-SUB PC port, a LAN port for adding the projector to a home-automation network, 3.5mm audio inputs and outputs, a PC output, a powered USB port, and an RS 232 port.
There is even an easily accessible hidden compartment with additional HDMI and USB inputs perfect for keeping permanently fitted dongles out of sight.
Ample brightness is available with 4000 lumens along with up to 3,000 hour lamp life in Normal Mode and 4,000 hours in Eco-Mode.
The 4350 also includes Texas Instruments’ BrilliantColor technology for boosting color saturation.
While Dell won’t win any awards with the boxy projector design (although the retro crowd should love it), this machine is all about delivering the message in a clean, bright, readable presentation.
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