Which projector sale will you choose?

We’ve gone mad and are running two projector sales at once. Which one will you choose?

Behind Door Number One is our football kickoff projector sale. With football season quickly approaching, we want to help you super-size your home theater. Save hundreds on our most popular home theater projectors and screens.

Sale items include:

Behind Door Number Two is our back to school projector sale. Save thousands (yes, you heard that right) on projectors for students, educators and even offices and conference rooms.

We’ve knocked prices off top models including:

So what’s it gonna be? Save on top projectors for education or take advantage of home theater projector deals? Maybe a little of both? We won’t tell. Just use the links from this page to see all the details of our projector sales.

What students have to say about classroom technology

If you want to know how students learn, just ask them.

Projector People had the privilege to interview a few sixth-grade students in Ms. Janet Tolson’s math class at Seven Springs Middle School in Pasco County, Florida. We wanted to know what they thought about using technology in the classroom to improve their learning.

classroom technology

What do kids think about classroom technology? We got to find out.

We asked Rachel, a student in Ms. Tolson’s class, what technology she already uses at school to improve learning.

“We do research on the computer,” Rachel said. “One of my teachers has an interactive projector which helps me to understand things better. I have an iPad and can purchase books to read on it. My sister is in high school, and she has an iPad and uses it there. I also use technology at home for learning, like Study Island and Coolmath.com for math facts.”
 

When we asked what she thought it would be like to have all of her textbooks on a digital device, Rachel answered that while it would be nice not having to carry around a backpack, students might not be prepared to take care of technology devices. She also said she’d still like to use textbooks.

Emma, Ellen and Chandler from Ms. Tolson’s class provided us with more valuable insight. Here are a few of their quotes:

“Having an iPad would keep you from carrying books. We could get digital books from the school website. Kids would know how to use any device if their teachers know what websites to show us.”
 
Interactive projectors would help to visualize concepts, because the teacher can write on them.”
 
“We use the computer lab but are allowed to bring digital readers to school.”
 
“We use Study Island for homework.”
 
“Teachers should use apps so kids could play and learn.”
 

To learn more about how technology can help your students, call a Projector Expert at 1-888-248-0675. We work with everyone from local elementary schools to world-renowned universities to help them outfit their classrooms and lecture halls with easy-to-use technology that saves time and keeps students engaged.

Our favorite education projectors

Educators and administrators, it’s that time of the year again. We know the final weeks of the school year and the first few weeks of summer are busy buying times. You want to make sure everything you need for the upcoming school year is ordered by now so you can enjoy your summer break.

Let us help!

projectors for teachers

Confused about which projector is right for your school? Let us help!

Education projector deals

For a limited time only, get a free spare lamp with your purchase of the NEC NP-V300X and NEC NP-V300W. These 3,000-lumen projectors are lightweight and set up quickly. Plus, they’re both currently on sale! Check out the NEC NP-V300X » and NEC NP-V300W »

Short throw education projectors

Short throw projectors are immensely popular among our education customers. A short throw projector can be set up close to the screen, freeing up space in small areas. Due to their close proximity to the screen, short throw projectors eliminate light from shining in the presenter’s face and shadows from obstructing the image. The Hitachi CP-A301N and CP-AW251N are two popular short throw models.

Insanely easy-to-use classroom projectors

The 3,000-lumen BenQ MX660P has HDMI inputs, ultra-smooth USB display options and wireless display compatibility. Get all this plus a three-year warranty for only $499. Learn more »

Check out our projectors for education page for more recommendations. Or call a Projector Expert at 1-888-248-0675 to find the perfect education projector for you.