It is a perfect device for people who are after a portable, simple projector for heavy-duty home or business use. Projectors are generally known as heavy, non-user-friendly, clunky devices, but the EX7235 Pro is just the opposite from all this. It boasts everything a working professional requires – power, ease-of-use, portability, and it projects quality images. Also, for its modest price point, it is pretty unusual that it boasts a standard Wi-Fi adapter.
Basics – Remarkable Wireless HD Projector
This projector boasts 1,280 x 800 native resolutions, and its light engine is based on the Epson’s 3LCD technology, while the brightness is rated at 3000 lumens. This all-black projector weights 5.3 pounds, and measures 3.1 x 11.7 x 9.0 inches (HWD). It comes with a nice, soft carrying case. The focus and zoom rings are behind the lens, and the 1.2x zoom provides you with certain flexibility in projector placement.
Connectivity Options – Exceptional
The connectors of this projector include a VGA-in port (that doubles as component video), HDMI (that is MHL (Mobile High-Definition LINK) enabled for projecting content from smartphones and compatible tablets), an S-video port, and RCA plugs for composite audio and video.
There is also a USB Type B connector for USB Plug and Play (it projects content that’s on your Windows PC or Mac’s screen), as well as a USB Type A connector which fits the included Wi-Fi adapter or a USB thumb drive. Using a traditional source like HDMI, mobile MHL cable, or VGA is straightforward and standard.
You can even hook up a Blu-Ray DVD Player, or play games on the EX7235 Pro. However, if that will be the sole use of this projector for you, then you should probably consider getting another projector, given the EX7235 Pro’s low resolution.
Audio and Video – Pretty Good
The EX7235 Pro’s single 2W built-in speaker ensures audio at a volume suitable for a small classroom or conference room. However, at higher volumes you might notice some distortion. Also, it is a bit disappointing that this projector doesn’t have an audio-out port, so you won’t be able to connect the projector to an external sound system.
The projector’s video quality is pretty good, so you can easily show mid-length clips in your presentations. Colors are well saturated and bright, but some scenes (especially apparent in skin tones) look overly reddish. However, great thing about this projector is that, being an LCD projector, it is free of the rainbow artifacts seen with many DLP projectors.