Best Back-To-School Projectors

From projectors to displays, here are four options to help your students gain clarity into their studies.

Casio 4K Ultra HD Projector


This lamp-free model features 5000 lumens brightness, with potential for advanced image-processing tech and high-speed switching of more than 4 million DMD (digital micromirror devices) with the installation of a DLP chip. The ability to project 8.3 M pixels and achieve 4K Ultra HD res will paint a pretty picture on any classroom wall.


ViewBoard IFP7550 Flat Screen Display

Another option to amp up the clarity, this display offers 4K Ultra HD resolution and immersive 20-point touch screen. The 75” interactive flat panel lets multiple users write or draw on the screen with their fingers and styluses. The display’s built-in quad-core processor and multiple connectivity options (HDMI, VGA, RS232, RJ45, and USB ports) provide annotation and multimedia playback without the need for a PC. Can be placed on a wall mount, or optional trolley cart. T&L Judges loved both the display and casting software when awarding this an ISTE Best of Show nod.

Sony 4K Projector SXRD


This HDR compatible projector offers native 4K image display, 1,500 lumens brightness and Reality Creation for enhanced detail. Bonus for those looking to future-proof, the built-in 3D transmitter that supports 3D video in a variety of formats, and can even convert your 2D movie classics to high-quality simulated 3D immersive video.

Epson BrightLink 

697Ui Interactive Display

T&L Editors gave this Full HD interactive projector a 2018 Award for Excellence for its competitive price, whiteboard screen sharing and ability to project onto a wall painted with whiteboard paint and using dry-erase markers so outlined images remain even after the projector is turned off.

Sascha Zuger

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