The Epson PowerLite 965H XGA 3LCD Projector has been chosen as PC Magazine's 'Editor's Choice' projector for conference rooms or classrooms.
When Epson launched the 965H XGA 3LCD it said the projector offered unrivalled colour brightness – a claim supported by PC Magazine, which praised the product's excellent image quality.
Although Epson's latest model has many similarities to its predecessor, the PowerLite 965 XGA 3LCD, PC Magazine claims its subtle improvements make it an "even more attractive pick".
The review outlined the many strengths of the 965H, including its offer of Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) support, meaning it can accept MHL-based media sticks and connect easily to phones and tablets that support MHL.
Its lamp life is also far superior to its predecessor's. With a life span of 10,000 hours in Eco mode, the eco-friendly lamp promises a low running cost and low total cost of ownership.
The fact that the 965H is a three-chip LCD model also means it avoids rainbow artifacts – a potential issue for most other DLP-based projectors.
Thanks to a 3,500-lumen rating, the projector is capable of throwing a large image in a midsize room with exceptional brightness. After testing the 965H, the team at PC Magazine found that it offered "vibrant, well-saturated colours in all modes and crisp detail across the entire screen".