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Epson PowerLite 1775W Multimedia Projector

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the usability. The image quality also gets good feedback, but some have doubts about the noise and value for money.

image quality, usability

value for money, noise

On average, users rate this product 60/100.

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Epson PowerLite 1775W Multimedia Projector

 

I liked the Epson PowerLite 1775W Multimedia Projector ($1,199 direct) as soon as I turned it on and its automatic keystone correction engaged to right a crooked image. This slim and ultra-light yet bright business projector gave me no reason to alter...

Very lightweight and thin. Automatic vertical and horizontal keystone correction. Wi-Fi connectivity. Great still and video image quality

Lacks the number of connectivity options of larger portable projectors. As an ultra-light projector, it doesn?t come cheap

The Epson PowerLite 1775W is an impressively capable WXGA data projector: highly portable, WiFi enabled, and surprisingly bright for its small size.

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Nice, but not exactly the deal

 

I wish Epson/Newegg would put the throw ratio in the specs, not the zoom ratio. It would also have been helpful to know the dba sound level rating.

Good features, bright, easy to setup, wireless USB key worked fine, advanced connection also worked OK

Wireless network projection is not "persistent" since a program is required to connect it. So whenever a user logs off, the connection is lost and must be re-engaged by restarting the connect program. This is likely a function of all or many wireless...

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