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Epson PowerLite W16
8.6 out of 10

Epson PowerLite W16

The Ultra-bright 3D Projector Made to Impress any Classroom. Read more

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Epson Powerlite W16SK Projector Review

Projector reviews
19 May 2013
  • Conclusion: The W16SK from the time it was announced, sounded like a great 3D solution for the classroom, training room and other venues where the goal is to present 3D (and 2D as well) to larger groups of people.
  • Pros: 3000 claimed lumens and produced 3112 in the projector’s brightest mode, Ultra short throw design allows wall mounting above a screen which typically saves real money compared to ceiling mounting, Plenty of brightness allows most users to run in “eco-mode” where Mitsubishi rates the lamp life at ...
  • Cons: Although stacked projector sharpness is acceptable, it certainly could be a bit sharper.  That, however, would probably require adjustable lens shift, instead of keystone correction and corner correction controls, and Adjustable lens shift adds a good deal to a projector’s cost, which would damag...
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Overall 8
8.0

Epson PowerLite W16 3D WXGA 3LCD Projector

PC Magazine
27 March 2013
  • Conclusion: The Epson PowerLite W16 3D WXGA 3LCD Projector offers 3D in an LCD data projector, making it of particular interest to anyone who wants 3D with no chance of rainbow artifacts.
  • Pros: Bright, 3,000-lumen rating. Supports 3D with direct connection to video sources. High-quality data images.
  • Cons: Limited audio volume. Needs third party software to work with 3D computers.
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Overall 8
8.0

Epson PowerLite W16SK 3D 3LCD Dual Projection System

PC Magazine
27 March 2013
  • Conclusion: The Epson PowerLite W16SK 3D 3LCD Dual Projection System is a complete 3D data projector solution that's designed for easy setup and uses inexpensive, passive 3D glasses.
  • Pros: Dual-projector system designed for easy setup. Passive 3D uses low-cost glasses. Works directly with video sources.
  • Cons: Useful brightness is substantially lower than the rated brightness. Needs third-party software to work with 3D computers.
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