6 Reasons You Might Want to Get a Projector
We all miss watching movies (and going on a date to the movies) more than ever during Coronavirus self-quarantine. But it does not have to be that way if you have a home theater at your place! And no, we didn't mean the cinema hall in your mansion like the ones that Hollywood stars have. We thought you might want to get a projector!
A projector is among the best gadgets you can use to turn your living room into a cinema. Modern projectors can take your movie nights to a whole new level, including even having the best Netflix nights ever! But projectors have many benefits you should explore, and here are some of the reasons you might want to get a projector this summer!
1. Enjoy the cinema at home
Do you miss the cinema during quarantine? If so, then you might want to get a projector! Even though most people today own large flat screen TVs at home, watching movies in the cinema is a special experience. With an Ace of Spade Portable LED Projector, you can have your own cinema at home! Watching a movie on a projector feels more special and can feel more romantic too.
This projector is the ultimate entertainment device that will take your movie nights with family and friends to the next level. You won’t be limited by the size of the screen; you can adjust the size yourself! Ace of Spade Portable LED Projector features HDMI (up to 1080P), MMC, and AV inputs. Therefore, this unit can project all your favorite movies up to a 60-inch screen!
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2. It’s more comfortable for your eyes
Do you ever feel like your eyes are tired of looking at the screen? You may not know this, but our eyes can feel tired too. If you own a small TV, your eyes are more likely to get tired. Screen size is just one factor influencing eye comfort. Did you know that your eyes actually feel more comfortable when looking at projected images? It’s due to the effect that reflected light has on the eyes. Projectors reflect light, while TVs emit light.
With a projector at home, you can set larger screen sizes and read larger letters. The distance between the viewer and the screen can also have an impact on eye comfort as well. Eyestrain is caused when trying to focus on images that are too small for your eyes to look at comfortably. If you use a projector for watching movies and shows on larger screens, eyestrain will become less common. You will notice that it is much more comfortable for your eyes.
4. Anyone can install it: it's very simple
When people hear the word projector, they often think that installing it is very complicated. But it’s not! Even people who don’t understand and are total beginners when it comes to installing products can install a projector at home.
It’s actually simpler than installing a TV. A good modern projector works straight from the box. Just place it on the table with the power lead and HDMI cable. Some projectors don’t even need the HDMI if they have a wireless connection!
5. Projectors are convenient for traveling and portable
You can’t bring your large 4K TV with you on a vacation! It is an expensive and fragile thing, not to mention that it is usually really heavy and bulky. One big difference between a TV and a projector is that most projectors can fit in your bag.
Projectors are portable devices and convenient for traveling. They are lightweight and easy to transport, so you can take them to your friend’s place if you want. Ace of Spade Portable LED Projector, for example, comes with the built-in battery and low-power LED bulb, so it can be used on the go or outside for a fun summer movie night too. You can charge it via USB cable or keep it portable with an external power bank! This could be the best gift idea for your tech-obsessed friend.
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6. They are much affordable than TV
Did you know that you can find first-generation 4K UHD projectors for less than $1300? Can you get a 100-inch 4K TV for that money? No way. For a large 4K flat screen TV, you would spend hundreds of dollars, while you can watch movies in 4K with a projector and save money!
You can buy a modern HD projector with a 100-inch screen for under $1,000, while an 80-inch TV would cost you at least $1,500, or more. This is a big reason to buy projectors instead of TVs. And you can take it everywhere to enjoy a high-quality image. If you’re tempted to try a quality portable projector at home, check our summer subscription box!