New projectors add up to high quality

BenQ BlueCore Laser Projector


For those wrestling with larger classroom and auditoriums, this laser projector delivers 8000 ANSI-lumen brightness and 100,000:1 contrast ratio for superior viewing even under bright ambient lighting. The BlueCore laser engine provides great color performance through a dual color wheel system, supports 360° and portrait installation, offering a selection of lenses for flexibility in projector placement options. The projector’s impressive WUXGA (1920 x 1200) native resolution far exceeds Full HD 1080p.

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. A Native Resolution of 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) makes this a clear favorite for image quality.


ViewBoard IFP7550 Flat Screen Display

Featuring 4K Ultra HD resolution at 3840 x 2160 and immersive 20-point touch screen, this 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.

Epson PowerLite L-series

PowerLite L500W WXGA 3LCD Laser Projector

The new to the scene PowerLite L-series is brighter and quieter. The tech is nearly maintenance free with instant on/off functionality. The resolution of 1280 x 800 (WXGA) assists a display size to range from 300” to 500” in size, ideal to enhance learning in a multitude of classrooms. 

Sascha Zuger

Sascha has nearly two decades of experience as a freelance journalist writing for national magazines, including The Washington Post, LA Times, Christian Science Monitor, National Geographic Traveler, and others. She writes about education, travel and culinary topics.