The Casio XJ-L8300HN is a 4K UHD, commercial-grade large venue projector claiming 5,000 lumens. The…Read More
October 19, 2017
The Casio XJ-UT351WN is a rare breed, as it is an ultra short throw projector (UST) that uses a soli…Read More
April 26, 2017
While most business and education projectors in the $1000 price range still use conventional lamp li…Read More
November 14, 2016
Casio’s V series is all about bright, affordable solid state projectors. The Ecolite XJ-V110W is WX…Read More
June 11, 2016
The Casio XJ-V1 is a new model (release date May 2015) for which the manufacturer uses the name EcoL…Read More
April 21, 2015
This 3100 lumen Casio projector is an ultra-short throw with a 20,000 hour led/laser light source, t…Read More
October 17, 2014
High Brightness and a long life LED/Laser light engine the XJ-H2650 has a reasonable price!…Read More
May 16, 2013
May 15, 2012
Visit our 2012 Classroom Projector Report, sponsored by:…Read More
March 29, 2012
October 2, 2011
Welcome to our projector review of Casio’s new XJ-A250V Projector. There will be additional, competi…Read More
May 5, 2011
The Casio XJ-A140 was awarded the Best In Classroom Runner-Up Award in our annual Classroom Projecto…Read More
May 11, 2010
A detailed review of this ultra-slim Casio XJ-S57 DLP projector. Images and related commentary, adde…Read More
June 1, 2009
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Casio is one of the few companies in the projector industry that can claim to dominate a particular market segment.
Casio has been the leader, and for several years, offered far more projectors that use solid state light engines than anyone else: LED Laser projectors – instead of using conventional lamps. Thanks to these long life light engines, there are no lamps to replace, producing impressive long term savings.
Organizations with large quantities of projectors appreciate this because, it’s not just the cost of a replacement lamp, it’s the disruption, it’s perhaps needing an entire crew to replace hundreds of lamps a year. Casio projectors with solid state light engines are the most affordable today.
can i get the proposal/quotation for casio projector 2000 ansi lumens?
Hi, We review projectors here, we do not sell them. If you can’t find one of the hundreds of Casio resellers in the US, or are outside the US, I suggest you contact Casio directly. -art
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