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Quality Presentations at a Very Competitive Price. This entry level Toshiba unit is low on price but high on Value. It offers features which are usually only found on much hi... more on JumiaBuy it from Jumia
Quality Presentations at a Very Competitive Price. This entry level Toshiba unit is low on price but high on Value. It offers features which are usually only found on much hi... more on Jumia
|Size (L x W x H cm):||84.6 x 9.52 x 33.3|
|Product warranty:||1 year Limited Warranty|
Quality Presentations at a Very Competitive Price.
This entry level Toshiba unit is low on price but high
on Value. It offers features which are usually only
found on much higher priced units. Standard features
on the TDP-S20 projector are keystone correction,
optical zoom lens, variety of connectivity including 2
15 pin computer inputs, monitor output plus S-Video
and Composite Video
Standing up in front of other people and presenting, whatever the subject matter, can be nerve-wracking. Not many people enjoy the experience, which is of course why software like PowerPoint first came into being – to give presenters a security blanket and audiences something other to look at than the presenter’s rogue nasal hair.
When projectors came along, the job got even easier – no more huddling around a laptop screen. And now wireless projection, which Toshiba touts as one of the TDP-SW20’s main selling points, is supposed to be the next big thing.
In the case of the SW20, the wireless functionality is powered by a PC card, which plugs into a slot at the rear on the right hand side under a plastic flap. The latter, incidentally, isn’t tethered to the machine, so you’ll probably end up losing it.
Install the software on the host laptop and you’ll be projecting without wires in no time at all. It all sounds very straightforward, it works very well, and it’s a boon if you don’t get on with having to sit right next to the projector while you get on with the business of getting your message across.
But it’s not all a bed of roses. Projection via wireless does have its limitations. The first issue is that the display quality isn’t as crisp and clean as it is when the projector’s plugged into your laptop – not a great issue when displaying slides, admittedly. The second is that the screen updates much slower, even when the “High speed” mode is selected, which means that if you were thinking of using it to show video clips, forget it, though you can just about get away with some of the more basic PowerPoint animation effects.
|Native Resolution||800 x 600|
|Standard Mode Brightness||1400 lm|
|Maximum Resolution||1600 x 1200|
|Normal Mode Lamp Life||3000 Hour|
|Lamp Power||160 W|
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