Reviews of Office Projectors

The office projectors category includes projector technologies such as LCD, DLP, LED projectors, multimedia projectors, and digital projectors for the workplace. See below for a list of office projector reviews and information pages.

Office projectors are projectors that are designed for the workplace.

Office projectors are projectors that are designed for the workplace.

Businesses are looking for office projectors that are optimized for presentation use in conference rooms, boardrooms, and lecture halls.

High projector brightness, measured in
ANSI lumens, is essential for displaying a clear picture in conference rooms that usually suffer from light pollution, as many boardrooms are kept well lit during office projector use.



Also known as business projectors, office projectors can help those in the work place to close deals and create effective marketing proposals.

Office projectors are generally either portable or smaller fixed/install projectors, therefore big auditorium projectors do not fit into this category.

Common types of office projectors are: 3LCD projectorsLCD projectors, and DLP projectors.

Office Projector Reviews

Office Projector Reviews Reviews

Image Review MRSP Technology
AAXA M6 Pocket LED Projector Review$599LED
Ricoh PJ WXL4540 Short Throw Projector Review$2279DLP
NEC NP-ME331W Portable Projector Review$6993LCD
Epson PowerLite 2265U Projector Review$22993LCD
InFocus IN5148HD Projector Review$6889DLP
NEC NP-V332W Projector Review$579DLP
Sony VPL-DW240 Projector – A Review$9703LCD
ViewSonic PJD7835HD Projector Review$899DLP
NEC UM352W Ultra Short Throw Projector Review$19993LCD
Epson EX7240 Pro Portable Projector Review$649.993LCD
Sony MP-CL1 Pico Laser Projector Review$349Laser light technology
LG Minibeam PW800 Projector Review$599.99DLP
LG Minibeam PH300 Projector Review$449.99DLP
InFocus IN126STa Short Throw Projector Review$779DLP
Epson BrightLink 585Wi Projector Review$21993LCD
Ask Proxima E1655U LCD Projector Review$59993LCD
ViewSonic PJD6544w Projector Review$839.99 DLP
Sony VPL-HW55ES Projector vs. Epson HC5030UB Projector$
Sony VPL-VW600ES 4K Home Theater Projector$14999LCOS 3 Panel
Vivitek Qumi Q7 LED Projector – Review$999DLP
Epson Pro Cinema G6900 WU Home Theater Projector$74993LCD
NEC NP-UM330W Ultra Short Throw Projector Review$1299LCD
Epson PowerLite 1965 3LCD XGA Projector Review$18993LCD
Sony VPL-FHZ55 Laser 3LCD Projector Review$44603LCD
Acer K335 LED Portable Projector Review$699DLP (1)
Epson Powerlite Pro G6900WU Business Projector Review$64993LCD
Review: Sony VPL-HW55ES Home Theater Projector$3999LCoS
Ricoh PJ WX4130N DLP Projector Review$1900DLP
Panasonic PT-VX400NT Projector Review$24993LCD

About Office Projectors

Office projectors are projectors that are designed for the workplace. Office projector is synonymous with terms like business projector, education or classroom projector, or government projector, and are usually portable projectors.

Office projectors can range from anything from those sold at places like Staples or Office Depot (which are typically the smaller, portable projectors that are suitable from dragging from room to room) up to small fixed/install projectors that are ceiling-mounted.

Generally, though, office projectors typically do not include the big auditorium projectors, but rather those smaller models that can be easily moved from place to place and set up/packed up.

The trick is to find the office projector that best meets your presentation and venue needs. Entry level office projectors, though ideal in price, have entry level brightness (2000-3000 lumens), which is satisfactory in many presentation environments but not in all.

Thus, depending on how much ambient light is polluting the venue (if there are windows that cannot be covered or lights that must remain on), you may need one of the brighter models out there.

Office projectors range all over in terms of features. Entry level projectors are more limited (such as no wired or wireless networking), whereas higher-end office projectors can give presentations wirelessly or, recently, stream directly from the internet without a computer. The nicer the projector, the more placement flexibility, since entry-level models typically have very limited zoom range.

Entry level office projectors

  • Low cost – $595-$895
  • Lumens: 2000-3000
  • Low resolution – SVGA (800×600), widescreen WVGA (853×480)
  • 5-10 lbs.
  • Lower connectivity
  • Typically LCD technology
  • Usually 2 video inputs (S-video and composite)
  • Some offer component video, monitor out, audio input
  • Limited if any networking

Mid-price office projectors

  • Middle price: $2,000-$5,000+
  • Lumens: 3000-4000+
  • Higher resolution – recently even 1080p
  • Most over 10 lbs.
  • Many offer interchangeable lenses
  • Some have optical lens shift
  • Inputs: multiple computer inputs, HDMI or DVI
  • Power zoom/focus
  • Advanced wired and wireless networking

High cost/performance office projectors

  • Most expensive: $5,000-$100,000
  • Lumens: 5000+
  • High resolution
  • 10-15 lbs.
  • Dual lamp technology for reliability
  • Almost all have optical lens shift, allows for projector “stacking” for double the brightness
  • Extended/advanced feature sets

Average price range for an office projector is $450 to $650 for a resolution of 1024 x 768 XGA and brightness of 2500 lumens to 3300 lumens. Higher end models start around $1,500 which provide even brighter picture.

The 21st century business professional can now use pocket projectormini projector or even pico projector technology for ultimate portability. The newest of these ultra small projectors can integrate with a laptop, smartphone, or iPad.

Mini projectors weigh under 2 lbs and can project bright images upward of 65 inches. Pico projectors are about 1/2 lb. in weight and are the most portable, but current models are still lacking the brightness to give presentations to more than a few people in anything short of a nearly dark environment.

The office projector is of a different breed, separate from the home theater projector entirely.  Office projectors are typically very bright, offering anywhere from 2000 lumens to at least 5000 lumens in order to withstand the brightly lit environments of an office space or a classroom. Usually, office projectors weigh anywhere from 2.5 to 15 lbs. They are all Mac and PC compatible.

News And Comments

  • Will

    The existence of Pico Projectors enables a truly mobile office setup! I am a small business owner who needs “presentation on the run”. After comparing a couple brands and models, including BenQ, Epson, AAXA, etc, I purchased the AAXA M5. It’s small and light. It’s fairly bright for my use. For ppl who are interested: