One of the biggest reasons that people decide to purchase a Bluetooth projector over, or even alongside, an LCD projector is because there’s just something special about them. The thing is, there are many Bluetooth projectors out there and they all claim to be high quality, but in the end, what actually matters to you is whether or not you can actually use the projector properly. This article will explain a few simple things to look for when choosing a Bluetooth projector – things that you really shouldn’t miss when making your decision!
What Kind of Keyboard or Mouse Is It Connected To? Some Bluetooth projectors have two buttons, one for switching between input controls (such as Play/pause, Stop, and Next Track), and one for switching between viewing options – standard screen, 3D, or cinematic. Others have dedicated keys for navigation, so if you don’t need to go to the laptop each time you want to switch between applications or view a movie, you’ll want to look at whether or not the Bluetooth projector has a physical key for that functionality.
What Kind of Screen Size Does It Have? If you’re going to be printing out high-quality pictures, then you obviously want a big screen. Fortunately, most Bluetooth projectors have screens measuring between 17″ and 36″ diopters. This should mean that even if you have a smaller sized screen, such as a notebook computer monitor, you should still be able to get a decent picture out of it.
Does it Have ports for DVI/VGA Cables? If your Bluetooth projector is going to be used with multiple computers, such as those at work or at home, then it’s probably important to check whether it can support DVI or VGA video connections. Some Bluetooth projectors only support DVI connections and therefore won’t be compatible with computer monitors that support this. Some also only have one DVI port – so if you have several computer monitors connected to the projector, it could become difficult to move from one computer to another. On the other hand, some newer models of Bluetooth projectors do include both DVI and VGA connections. If this is something that interests you, check to see how well the projector handles DVI/VGA connections.
Does it Have Memory Cards? This may seem like a no-brainer, but many people don’t think to ask about this. Why, if you buy a Bluetooth projector will you want to keep it around for future use? If you don’t buy a Bluetooth projector that supports memory cards, then you’ll have to spend hundreds more dollars to buy a second one that does. However, if you like to take multimedia with you on trips or vacations – then this is definitely a feature you’ll want in a Bluetooth projector.
As you can see, there are plenty of features that you need to consider before buying a Bluetooth projector. Then, you’ll be able to make an educated decision about which features you really need, and which features you’d rather avoid having.