The World Cup doesn’t come around often – so it’s a pretty momentous occasion when it does. Football fans everywhere will want to celebrate in style and if they’re not able to attend a match in person, there’s little better than watching it on a big projector screen at the pub with your mates. Failing that, a lot of us have to make do with watching it in one of the office meeting rooms if the boss allows it!
If you’re the pub landlord, it’s on you to deliver that big screen. Fortunately, you’re not just making a purchase for a single sporting event; the right projector should set you up for a good few years with a fantastic screen to showcase future sporting events, music and more.
Projectorpoint is here to help you find the right device for your needs and your budget. We’re celebrating the 2018 World Cup with some top-rate offers on just the kind of projectors you’re going to need to make the World Cup a real event.
“This model is truly difficult to beat from a price vs. spec perspective.”
The MH733 is a typical example of BenQ combining great quality tech with great value. You’ll hear plenty about that elsewhere on our blog – but for the purposes of the 2018 World Cup, this model is a pretty safe bet.
At just £620.00 (Ex-VAT), the MH733 is truly difficult to beat from a price vs. spec perspective. If you’re looking to the World Cup 2018 as an excuse to undertake a decent tech update for your office or venue – without paying through the nose – this is a brilliant projector, boasting great brightness as standard, Full HD resolution and easy connectivity.
If you want to really maximise on our World Cup offers, make sure you purchase your projector before 15th of July in order to secure your free Amazon eVoucher!
Available for a limited time only with a FREE £40 Amazon eVoucher
“The model is perfect for spaces with just a little bit more ambient light.”
The BenQ SH753 comes with a small jump up in price from the MH733, which is partly due to its 300 lumens extra brightness and improved optics. That little bit of extra kick matched with an enhanced clear and precise lens system gives the projector exactly what it needs to cater to spaces with just a bit more ambient light.
But that’s not all the SH753 has to offer. If you ask us, its biggest selling point is the warranty. With a guaranteed five-year warranty on the projector itself, and a three-year warranty on the lamp, this projector is one that should see you set to host top quality meeting and venue experiences well into the future.
So why not make the World Cup 2018 the event that kicks off a new audio-visual future?
Available for a limited time only with a FREE £70 Amazon eVoucher
“Clearly the standout option in its price range for large scale venues seeking to impress for the World Cup this year.”
If there’s one word that defines the Vivitek DH3331, it’s flexibility.
It’s designed for bigger spaces than the BenQ projectors so to cater for these more demanding venues Vivitek have included a whole lot more freedom during the installation process, with horizontal and vertical lens shifting and a 1.7x optical zoom. For the average non-geek, that means you can shift the lens up, down, left and right as well as zooming the picture in or out after installation so you can line the image up perfectly with your projector screen. This allows for a perfectly square image from more installation spots – such as just to the side of that awkwardly placed air con unit or light.
The Vivitek DH331 was originally designed for spaces like lecture theatres and churches – but it’s also great for pubs and bars with a lot of open space. It’s brighter than earlier models on this list – and clearly the standout option in its price range for bigger venues seeking to impress for the World Cup this year.
We’re also offering £100 off the advertised price of this product for a limited time only – so make sure to use the discount code before 15th of July to make the most of these great savings.
Enter Code VIVITEK100 to unlock a £100 discount
“If you’re looking for a projector that will continue to impress in five to 10 years – then laser projection is the way forward.”
For the pioneering company or venue, the Sony VPL-PHZ10 is an investment in the future. The technology in the Sony VPL-PHZ10 stands head and shoulders above the other models on this list. The BenQs and the Vivitek all feature lamp sources, but the VPL-PHZ10 boasts the more advanced laser projection technology.
There’s certainly nothing wrong with an old-school lamp projector. But if you’re looking for a projector that will continue to impress in five to 10 years – then laser projection is the way forward.
The big selling point here is that it’ll last five times as long as the next highest lamp life projector on this list, giving you a total of 20,000 hours projection time without the need to invest in a new light source or carry out any major maintenance.
That might be difficult to quantify – but put it like this: if you used the projector for eight hours a day, each working day – it’d be a decade before you had to worry about any major additional expenditure.
If that wasn’t all impressive enough already the Sony also comes with WUXGA resolution, at 1920x1200px, which is great for a bigger screen, and an incredible contrast ratio of 500,000:1. On top of all that we’ve got a very special £50 discount code for the World Cup to be used before the 15th of July.
Enter Code SONY50 to unlock a £50 discount
Of course these four aren’t the only deals we’re offering this year. In fact, you can see the whole range of World Cup projector deals right here.
Remember we’re also offering a range of deals on home cinema devices too. So if your celebration is set to happen in the front room – then make sure you check out our great range of World Cup 2018 offers on top-quality home cinema projectors.
All that remains now is to decide on the right model is for you. If you need help with that, then don’t hesitate to have a chat with us today.