We’ve noticed some interesting developments on the office laser projector front. The market is absolutely full of choice at the moment, with an incredible range of bright, efficient and surprisingly long-lasting devices on offer.
If you’re looking for something to take your business further for less, laser light-source projectors could be the solution.
The best office projectors offer high brightness and are packed full of features to improve image quality and installation flexibility. Here’s a quick reminder on why these things matter before we get to that all-important run down of the top laser projectors for business.
Our data tells us that our customers are more than willing to go for models with brighter output. A significant number of customers show a particular interest in the 5,000 Lumens brightness bracket. Small and medium-sized businesses often require a projector bright enough to fend off ambient light in meeting rooms during company presentations.
Going for a model with 5,000 Lumens or more is almost a guarantee that the content you plan to project for business purposes will be clearly displayed, even if you can’t turn the lights down.
Content will be visible to everyone in the room, even if you have to set the device back from the screen, and this matters when we know that many businesses rely on clarity and visibility to quickly and efficiently communicate minute details, when editing or reviewing video footage, data, graphics or designs.
When you’re a business looking for the best laser projector for your office, the package of features the model includes is crucial.
Keep an eye out for features related to connectivity - it’s the 21st century and you shouldn’t have to be fiddling with miles of wiring, when you can find a totally wireless office projector, or a model which can host all the devices your business could ever possibly require and keep things tidy with HDMI and HDBaseT.
Features such as vertical and horizontal lens shift can really come in handy, as not every business has the luxury of wide-open office space for a straightforward projector installation. Having these kinds of in-built features means you have a device that comes with flexibility to suit your particular dimensions and setup – no matter how confined your meeting room.
All of these projectors pack a punch when it comes to features, so we’re dropping the “Best for Features” category for this roundup. It’s all about finding the best device to fit with your company’s requirements and space – so with that in mind, on with the show for our top five laser projectors for business.
Price: £1,694 (Excl. VAT)
If you must have a 16:9, Full HD projector, the LH770 is an upgrade that’s well worth considering. At 5,000 Lumens brightness, it packs a real punch, and it possesses a precision-aligned high-output laser light source.
High contrast keeps colours rich and impressive and blacks super, well, black. Meanwhile, the laser light source means reduced ongoing maintenance costs in comparison to a conventional lamp-based projector.
Extensive connectivity, horizontal lens shift and keystone correction help ensure the BenQ LH770 produces images that square up precisely with your projector screen, no matter what size or shape your office space may be.
Price: £1,532 (Excl. VAT)
Put simply – this is the current bargain of our projector line-up.
The VPL-PHZ10 is an excellent choice if you’re looking for that extra step up in resolution that WUXGA offers. The contrast ratio is also well above average at a surprisingly accessible price point. That could make all the difference, if you’re looking for a model that can offer richer colour and greater detail at a more affordable level.
Long lamp life is a result of it drawing its energy from a laser-light source, while it enjoys great features such as HMDI connectivity and HDBaseT, making it truly formidable in the connectivity stakes.
Price: £2,845 (Excl. VAT)
The Panasonic PT-VMZ60 steps things up a notch in everything from connectivity, to brightness and contrast. With an incredible 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio, this Panasonic is sure to impress when it matters.
Vertical lens shift and extensive connectivity inputs means setup is a breeze. But it’s the colours and the vivid high-detail images that earn the PT-VMZ60 its place on our list.
From your board members to your top clients, no matter who you’re putting a show on for in your boardroom meetings, this Panasonic won’t let you down.
Price: £4,185 (Excl. VAT)
The FHZ66 is the best value high-brightness projector in this list. It comes with motorised optics, exceptional brightness at 6,100 Lumens, plus a full suite of interchangeable lenses for varying display ratios. Support for HDBaseT ensures that the transmission of HD video and audio content is possible over a single, long-run cable, simplifying your office projector system enormously.
Tidy cable management and a powerful wide lens shift capability make installation and use hassle-free, and the model is suitable for all sorts of professional environments.
Price: £4,519 (Excl. VAT)
What it lacks in contrast, the L1070U gives back in brightness. Out of all the laser projector models in this list, the L1070U offers the greatest level of brightness.
Despite much business demand concentrating closer to the 4,000 Lumens level, for those who do take things up a notch, the Epson EB-L1070U is one of our most popular choices.
The device is superb for larger venues, in case you’re looking for projectors for business events. Its high brightness means the install can be further away from the projector screen for starters, but it also benefits from 360-degree angle projection capabilities – so you can project in any direction to fit your space.
Finally, the 11 interchangeable lenses available for this device mean that you can choose the one that best suits your needs for superior image quality.
Office laser projectors are becoming an increasingly popular choice for small and medium-sized businesses looking for more efficient projectors with lower maintenance requirements and more vivid imagery.
Greater longevity comes with the potential for greater brightness too and this matters if you want to pull out all the stops for an impressive audience.
If you’re looking make the switch to a laser projector and would like some more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with ProjectorPoint today - we look forward to helping with any enquiries you may have.