Projectors with Apple Dock

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Epson Megaplex MG-850HD
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Features:
  • Weight: 8.6 lbs
  • Native Resolution: 1280 x 800
  • HDMI
  • Apple Dock
  • Type: LCD
  • (W) 13.4 x (D) 11.5 x (H) 4.5 in.
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Optoma Neo-i
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Features:
  • Weight: 2.2 lbs
  • Native Resolution: 854 x 480
  • HDMI
  • Apple Dock
  • Type: DLP
  • LED
  • (W) 12.8 x (D) 8.9 x (H) 3.1 in.
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Features:
  • HDMI
  • Weight: 8.6 lbs
  • Apple Dock
  • Type: LCD
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BenQ GP2
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Features:
  • Weight: 2.3 lbs
  • Native Resolution: 1200 x 800
  • HDMI
  • Apple Dock
  • Type: DLP
  • (W) 5.5 x (D) 3.7 x (H) 5.1 in.
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Interesting facts about Projectors with Apple Dock

Modern projectors offer various types of connectivity with other devices. As popularity of Iphone and Ipad grows every day, there are quite a lot of projectors compatible with them. Such products are manufactured by BenQ, Casio, Epson, InFocus, Optoma, Panasonic and some others. Customers’ reviews can help to choose a proper projector for iPhone or iPad that will perfectly match your personal demands and expectations.

Devices of this type come with brightness output from 200 to 5200 lumens. Price range also varies greatly and depends on many factors, for instance resolution, contrast ratio, brightness, availability and power output of in-built speakers, additional features, etc.

Contrast ratio can range from 600:1 up to 100000:1. These units come with XGA (1024x768), WXGA (1280x800), and WUXGA (1920x1200) native resolutions. Among them there are ultra short-throw and short-throw appliances. They can be filter-free or equipped with filtering system that protects unit from dust. Moreover some units have eco-mode which provides long-lasting service. These projectors have different installation opportunities and can be connected to the Internet via wire or wireless LAN. Usually speakers are installed in units, but they have various power output (up to 16W). Sometimes, if this power isn’t enough, you can connect additional speakers. There are three technologies used for projectors’ manufacturing: DLP, LCD and LCoS. Majority of devices compatible with iPhone and iPad are based on LCD, though there are some with digital light processing (DLP) system.