Over the past several years, Epson has established a pattern of producing some of the most competitive projectors in class, so its no surprise many were anxious for me to share my thoughts on the new Epson 3010.Â Â Â At $1599 ($1799 for the 3010e), the Epson 3010 fits into the just-above entry-level market and boasts some impressive features (including 3D capabilities) for its price point.Â Â Read on to find out how the 3010 holds up in the game room!
I had a bit of a break between reviews so I decided it was a good time to do a game review!Â Â I know Portal 2 isn’t brand new, but it’s fairly new and a game whose predecessor is one of my favorites.Â I played through both the single player campaign and some of the coop online story over the past few weeks. Â Read on to find out what I thought!
Before I left for Austin, I had a chance to sit down and play with the Optoma GT750 projector for a while.Â Sometimes it takes a little time apart to fully appreciate what you had.Â One thing is certain, seeing the Optoma GT750 reminded my how much I really enjoyed the GT720.
I found it to be remarkably similar to its younger brother (the Optoma GT720),Â In fact, I found them so similar it was difficult to take note of the differences without seeing them side by side.
I’ve had a couple weeks to sit down with these two Optoma projectors and get a good feel for what they can do.Â Â This was my first timeÂ with any “pico” projector and I spent a good deal of time getting used to theÂ concept before diving into my review.Â It certainly was interesting to see how these types of projectors perform in a variety of environments.