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Basics – Pretty Handy Projector
The EX5220 Wireless XGA 3LCD projector weights 5.3 pounds, and measures 3.1 x 11.6 x 9.0 inches, so is easily portable. Also, it comes with a carrying case, so its portability is never an issue. There is a slider for manual keystone correction (horizontal) behind the lens, as well as focus and zoom rings.
This projector boasts really great range of ports, which is pretty awesome considering its price. The ports on this model include HDMI, VGA-in, S-video, 3 RCA plugs for composite audio and video, a USB type-A port which fits the included Wi-Fi adapter or a USB thumb drive, and a USB type-B port for connecting with your PC (USB Plug ‘n Play ensures easy and simple connectivity with both Windows and Macs PCs).
Performance – Maximized Thanks to Many Great Features
This wireless projector boasts several important built-in features which make it superior to its predecessors. Some of those features include 3000 lumens for color brightness and white brightness, as well as its XGA 1024 x 768 resolution, so you get nice and clear images, perfect if you are displaying charts, documents, web pages, or maps.
Another great thing about this projector is its HDMI video and audio connectivity allowing you to display high resolution HD content with ease. Whilst projectors are mostly associated with desktop computers, this one can be linked to your tablet or some other mobile device thanks to its Wi-Fi LAN ready module.
This feature helps you to no longer be limited to a single place by cables and wires. So, with this device, you are able to wirelessly project off your iOS or Android devices. You just have to download the Epson iProjection application for Android or iOS (they are free), then connect your mobile to this projector, launch the application as well as the projector, and you are set. Even if you do not use mobile devices very often, there are other great features on the projector that will come in handy, such as USB Plug ‘n Play, image adjusting tools, and sleep mode that lets you pause your presentation without having to turn the projector off.