Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Projector vs TV Dilemma

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Projector vs TV Dilemma

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Byline: Geoff Augutis QUEENSLAND COMPUTERS

OVER the past decade organisations around the world have been overrun by large screens of all sorts. Whether it is in the classroom, boardroom or just the office cubicle, most of us can see one from where we sit and work.

The sizes vary from the modest 40" TV right through to the 100"+ size projector screen common in many boardrooms. The part that gets confusing is when to buy a large LCD/LED TV and when to get a projector.

The uses of screens vary and this should be your first clue as to what to buy. For example, a dashboard display that might show how many jobs are in the queue is pretty straight forward but needs to be out the way, visible at a glance and running all the time. This is the domain of a commercial TV.

On the flipside, a 20-person boardroom that runs videoconference is going to have very few requirements. They will want a large, clear, bright picture. For these really big screens, a TV will have a hard time competing with the size and cost of a good projector. …

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