Epson sv220 svga 2700 has all features that I need, like:
- HDMI digital connectivity - delivers both audio and video content with just one cable
- USB Plug ‘n Play instant setup - instantly projects audio and video from a PC or Mac via a USB connection
- Automatic vertical image correction - quickly adjusts the image to fit the screen
- PC-free slide shows - via a USB thumb drive
- The ultimate in portability - compact, lightweight design; remote control included
- Filters to protect your investment - with easy side access for hassle-free maintenance
- Dimensions (W x D x H) - Including feet: 11.6" x 9.0" x 3.1", Excluding feet: 11.6" x 9.0" x 3.0", Weight: 5.1 lb
Epson sv220 Description
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Customer's Review by. William OtersonI've had no prior personal experience with projectors. That's my caveat, however, I did put this "Epson vs220 svga" projector through a variety of tests. And, truthfully, at first I didn't want to like it. But for the wrong reasons: from a photographers point of view this projector wasn't doing what I thought it should. So I went about finding reviews, not fake ones but those with comments I could test for, and determine for myself what was truthful, or not.
This projector will do everything one might expect, especially within its price range, and very nicely too. I unpacked it, hooked it up to my HP laptop that's running Windows Vista, plugged it in and it was up and running without difficulty.
I projected the display onto a 60 inch Apollo screen and tested it with DVD's, photos, a power point and a slide show. All with excellent results. And I was very impressed with the menus and amount of image quality adjustments available with or without the remote: color, brightness, sharpness, contrast, zoom in/out. You can correct for image view (perspective) and increase/decrease volume. It allows you to switch between image sources and will accept a variety of inputs. I found the projected resolution to be good but would've liked better. Also, I was unhappy with the pointer. But, the Epson vs220 svga is probably 'best in its class'.