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CHAPTER 14: Prepare to Deliver Your Presentation
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Choose the Best Equipment
LCD and DLP projectors are quite complex To buy one, look under Projection Apparatus in the Yellow Pages Projectors are rarely sold in computer stores, but that is changing as prices come down Before you buy a projector, you need to understand the terminology involved, as explained in Table 14-1 Using a projector is generally simple: you connect its cable to the external display port of a laptop or computer and plug it into an outlet A projector will come with a manual that you can read when you need to adjust color, focus, etc You may need to read your computer s documentation for details on displaying the picture both through the projector and on the computer s monitor at the same time Most projectors come with a remote controller so that you can move around the room as you control the presentation Projectors have a native resolution, a resolution that is built into the projector If your computer screen uses the same resolution, no adjustments are necessary Many projectors automatically adjust for differences in resolution When buying a projector, which is an expensive piece of equipment, it pays to do some homework before and during the process Consider these points:
I How much can you afford Find out your budget and then stick to it Of course, having
a realistic budget helps Prices have come down recently, but you ll still find that the newest lightweight ultraportables cost a little more Of course, you ll have to pay a higher price for more performance, features, or brightness Even if your budget is shockingly low, you can often find refurbished rental-return units and closeout models at a significant discount, some with respectable warranties
I How will you use the projector If you expect to carry it around every day, the weight
of the projector is a very important issue But if you re not going to lug it around very often, the weight isn t as crucial A sturdier, heavier projector with more features will
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Term LCD projector DLP projector
Definition LCD stands for liquid crystal display An LCD projector electronically takes the data from your presentation and displays it on a screen DLP stands for Digital Light Processing Developed by Texas Instruments, a DLP projector uses a technology involving over a million micromirrors, each attached to a micromotor The motors move the mirrors to help focus the image DLP projectors generally produce a brighter, smoother image and are especially valued for video and photographs, where accurate color fidelity is most important An LCD panel fits on top of an overhead projector The overhead projector provides the light, optics, and focus, and the LCD panel reads the data from your computer LCD panels are less expensive than projectors A projector includes a light source and lens, and the ability to read data from your computer Most include speakers Overheads are mostly used for transparencies, with no computer involved You can combine an LCD panel with an overhead projector to project a PowerPoint presentation Passive LCD is the oldest technology for projectors It is lower in cost, but the color contrast is unsuitable for video clips This is the current technology for LCD projectors, providing higher color contrast Suitable for video This is the number of horizontal vertical pixels displayable on a screen There are three major types: SVGA (800 600), XGA (1024 768), and SXGA (1280 1024) This is a measure of the brightness of light
LCD panel
Projector Overhead projector
Passive LCD Active LCD Resolution
Lumens TABLE 14-1
Projector Terminology
work perfectly well and you can get it for the same price or less Once you start looking carefully at projectors, you ll be surprised how many features you can get by adding a few more pounds
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