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AAXA P4X LED Pico Projector Lag Test

AAXA P4X projector

Greetings,

I just got my hands on this little guy, the AAXA P4X.  I have only had the time to do the lag test, but I plan on doing some gaming over the next couple of days.  I know this projector is not geared toward gaming, but it could possibly be a fun multi-purpose travel projector.  These are the results from the lag test.  When testing lag I use the same length cable, and the source is coming out of the same computer/video card (Nvidia GeForce GTX 580).  As you can see, the lag is minimal.  It passes gaming performance in this aspect, but we’ll see how it does after a few hours of actual gaming.  Art has a full review available here, minus the gaming aspect of course.  See you guys in a few days, until then…happy gaming!

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Review – Acer H6500

Hey All!

It’s been quite a while since my last review, but I was able to get my hands on the Acer H6500.  It’s a portable, bright, entry level projector that supports native 1080p resolution, and the price makes it an appealing option for those wanting a 1080p proejctor on a budget.   There are many strengths to this projector, but there are some weaknesses that should be considered before purchasing.  Read on to find out how the Acer H6500 holds up in the game room and how it compares to the GT750.  And be sure to read the conclusion!

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Optoma PK320 Pico Projector Gaming Review

Let me start with this, this is not a gaming projector by any means.  This Pico is tiny, and I mean SUPER tiny.  My wife, and daughter thought it was extremely “cute”.  I guess that is the reason I was VERY disappointed with it.  It does have HDMI, but it is a mini HDMI input and they didn’t bother to include an adapter.  Not to mention I tried two separate adapters, with three different HDMI cables and my PS3 would not display on this projector…

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Panasonic PT-AR100U Review

Greetings,

First off, let me say for $1,000…

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Review – BenQ W7000 Projector

Hi all!

I was able to sit down last week and test BenQ’s flagship projector, the W7000.  At ~$2500, it is a direct competitor to the Epson 5010.  I’m glad I was able to look at these two projectors soon enough after one another to make a proper comparison.  The W7000 projector throws a super bright and extremely sharp image and also includes features like 3D and frame interpolation.  Input lag has been a topic of concern with many of the newer projector models, read on to find out how this projector measures up in the game room!

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