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Data projectors have become a common device used all over the world when making presentations either in boardrooms or to a large gathering in a conference hall. There have been improvements on the devices over the years with the most notable being that they have become small in size and much lighter than the previous models.

Most projectors as stated above are used when making presentations are also ideal for use in lecture halls and auditoriums. However, there are projectors that are specifically designed to display movies.

Data projectors have VGA inputs that support different resolutions as well as HDMI inputs for cable boxes, DVD and Blue ray players as several other data sources. The older project models even had support for different analog interfaces.

Modern day projectors support between 100-240 volts and 50/60 Hz and deliver different lumens of color ranging from about 2,000 using different chip technologies. As compared to standard projectors multi system TV projectors give more image area as compared to standard projectors at least 2x brighter colors.

Most of these projectors come with in-built speakers however you may need external speakers when making presentations to a large crowd. With HD Di and WiDi projectors allow you to share content with other devices that are compatible to them.

Projectors offer different aspect ratios and with modern improvements you will definitely have vibrant and bright images that will bring the images and videos in your presentation to life. Most of the projectors only have one lamp on the front and guarantee a minimum of 80% uniformity on the quality of image.

The projectors are also available in different sizes and weights making them easily portable and do not take up much space when you need to make presentations in different locations. The multisystem TV projectors support different video signal formats such as SECAM, PAL and NTSC just but to mention a few. The zoom power varies in each projector model so you are able to magnify images and make them appear more close up during presentations.

The projectors also have different operating power consumptions, different number of HDMI ports, standard video signals, USB ports and support for both wireless and Ethernet internet connections.

Finding a projector that is ideal for the nature of presentations you will be making is greatly influenced by a number of factors. It is thus advisable that you have the factors discussed above to help you make an informed decision when making a purchase.