“The holidays are the prime season for projector-buying, and what better gift to give a loved one than the gift of home theater? The guides act as a comprehensive overview that will help folks choose the right projector for their budget,” said Art Feierman, founder of ProjectorReviews.com.
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (PRWEB) November 21, 2017
The holidays have arrived and with them comes shopping season. This year, there’s no need to question what to get that special person – ProjectorReviews.com has created two Holiday Gift Guides to alleviate gift-buying anxiety. Consider these guides to be a roadmap through the holidays, which feature projectors for dedicated home theaters, living rooms, and media rooms, as well as some noteworthy projector screens and even a pocket-sized projector. Whether buyers have a bright room or a fully-darkened cave, the 2017 Holiday Guides have a projector for them!
This year’s guides include some big names like Sony, Epson, and ViewSonic, featuring their projectors in the guides beside projector screens from Elite Screens and ViewSonic.
The guides are split into two categories to address two different types of budgets: high-end projectors, and models priced under $2,000. All year, ProjectorReviews.com has sifted through the latest home theater projectors and screens to create a distilled list of this year’s best, with a rundown of features, capabilities, and options of each projector to make projector-buying easy.
Here’s a “taste” of some of the featured projectors in this year’s two Holiday Guides:
AAXA M5 – A tiny, under $500 LED pocket projector with battery power!
Epson Home Cinema 2150 – A 2,500 lumen wireless projector under $900 that will make even the Jones’ jealous.
Epson Home Cinema 5040UB – This one is pure value: A 4K capable home theater projector with excellent black levels, priced at $2,699.
Sony VPL-VW285ES – The world’s first true 4K projector priced at under $5,000!
ViewSonic PJD LS820 – An ultra-short throw, true bright room projector claiming 3,500 lumens!
“The holidays are the prime season for projector-buying, and what better gift to give a loved one than the gift of home theater? The guides act as a comprehensive overview that will help folks choose the right projector for their budget,” said Art Feierman, founder of ProjectorReviews.com and editor of the gift guides. “This year’s models provide an experience that is similar to, and in many ways, better, than what they see at the local movie theater.”
Ticket prices at the movie theater cost, in most cities, over $10, and IMAX and 3D tickets go for at least twice that. Add popcorn and drinks, and the cost of going to the cinema adds up fast! A family of four can easily save $50 to $100 per film, and certainly thousands of dollars over just a few short years, by investing in a personal home theater. The added bonus of getting the theater experience in the comfort of one’s own home absolutely enhances the value.
Though movie-watching remains the primary use of projectors, viewing sports and other HDTV content is highly impressive as well. There are a number of projectors in the guides that are good for some serious gaming and bring the experience to a whole new, immersive level. This is true of both price points featured in this year’s guides.
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