Introducing ViewSonic projectors

We are delighted to welcome ViewSonic projectors to the Projector People family. Known for their high-quality LCD and DLP solutions, ViewSonic offers projectors for installation, education, business and home theater.

One of the standouts of ViewSonic’s collection is the 4500-lumen Pro8450w DLP projector. With BrilliantColor technology for more vibrant colors, and Network Display, USB, and WiFi presenting options, this wide XGA projector provides a dazzling, life-like display in nearly any presenting environment. Plus, a filter-less design and long lamp life provide for easy maintenance and low total cost of ownership.

ViewSonic Pro8450w additional features:

  • Closed captioning
  • Eco-mode settings for lower power consumption and quieter operation
  • 5-segment color wheel for enriched yellows
  • Schedule, manage and monitor the projector remotely and receive e-mail alerts of projector lamp status
  • True 16:10 resolution for widescreen brilliance – perfect for wide notebook to screen or even DVDs and PC games. This projector has cross-over appeal

Only $2,149.

Learn more about the ViewSonic Pro8450w »

Save big during Projector People’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale

It’s our favorite time of the year at the Projector Headquarters. Our Projector People Elves have cut prices on our top projectors and accessories for your shopping pleasure. Save up to $500!

Sample savings include:

  • Panasonic PT-AE7000U – save $300
  • Panasonic PT-AR100U – save $200
  • BenQ SP890 – save $300
  • Epson HC 8350 – save $100
  • LG CF3D -save $500
  • Screen Innovations Black Diamond Reference Series – save $500
  • Save up to 20% on select Comprehensive cables
  • Save $25 on select 3D glasses and extended warranties
  • Hurry, these deals are only valid through Nov. 28, 2011. See the complete details of our projector sale »

    Panasonic PT-AE7000U projector review

    Our Projector Expert Rich was able to take home the Panasonic PT-AE7000U projector last weekend. Lucky!

    His “homework” was to watch movies and sports on the projector and write a review. Check it out below:

    “I just took the new Panasonic PT-AE7000U home over the weekend for a test run. I have to say there isn’t anything I DON’T like about this projector. It’s bright, has great color and black levels, and looks sharper than any LCD projector I have seen. We watched the new Harry Potter movie which has a lot of dark scenes. The AE7000U handled them very well, even in the Normal mode. The blacks would be even deeper in Cinema mode but I liked the brightness of the Normal settings.”



    Harry Potter on the Panasonic AE7000U Harry Potter on the panasonic AE 7000U

    “I put in the last Pirates of the Caribbean Blu-ray movie (talk about milking a franchise) and you could really see the crisp sharpness on the Panasonic PT-AE7000U projector. It was razor sharp!”



    Panasonic AE 7000U Pirates of the Caribbean

    “Of course I also had to watch some football on it and the colors and smooth frame rate looked amazing (I wish my teams looked that good!) I even captured the classic “Tebowing” pose for those Gators-turned-Broncos fans out there.”



    Tebow on the Panasonic AE7000U

    “And don’t forget the 3D on this unit! 2D to 3D conversion looked good. You can tell it’s not true 3D, but it added depth to the image. The 3D from a 3D Blu-ray was outstanding! The images are bright and colorful even with the glasses on. We watched some of Avatar and it looked actually better than in the theaters. Even things like smoke and dust particles seem to float in the room.”



    Avatar on the Panasonic AE7000U

    “Other things I like about the AE7000 is the power lens, lens shift and three HDMI inputs. This projector is also very quiet. All in all just a great projector. Can I keep it? Please!”

    Rich had to give it back, but you can get your own Panasonic PT-AE7000U here »

    Projector Central reviews the Casio XJ-M255

    ProjectorCentral.com recently reviewed the Casio XJ-M255, one of Casio’s new Signature Model projectors. This new line is 3D-ready and includes increased I/O connectivity and auto brightness adjustment.

    Casio XJ-M255

    ProjectorCentral.com praised the projector’s versatility, wide variety of input modes and 3-year warranty.

    The Casio XJ-M255 was “clearly designed with multimedia in mind,” according to ProjectorCentral.com. “I connected everything but the kitchen sink to the XJ-M255, including HDMI digital sources and USB memory sticks. In each case, the images were on the mark.”

    The “wide variety of input modes and wireless capability makes it a natural for collaborative sessions where multiple PCs may be connected simultaneously,” wrote the reviewer.

    “However, the real standout is the XJ-M255’s wireless capability. A wireless adapter is supplied with the projector along with Wireless Connection 3 software … Install the software on multiple laptops and you can have as many as four computer outputs simultaneously viewable on a split screen.”

    Read the full review here»

    Get your own Casio XJ-M255 »

    The All-in-One Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD projector is here!

    The MegaPlex MG-850HD Want a projector that fits your digital lifestyle? Look no further than the Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD portable digital dock projector and speaker combo! Connect your Apple device or smartphone, tablet, gaming console or PC into the built-in dock and project your content instantly with stereo sound from the two built-in 10-watt speakers! For more information and pictures stroll on over here »