Seven of The Best Gaming Projectors for 2019

No matter if you’re just doing some research or if you’re ready to get a new Video Projector for your home, we’ve made the effort to take a look at lots of product reviews, and assembled a list of the most popular gear. Examine the best Gaming Projectors below.

Bestseller No. 1
OPTOMA TECHNOLOGY GT1080Darbee 1080p 3000 Lumens 3D DLP Short Throw Gaming Projector, White
  • Next Generation DarbeeVision Processor enhances textures and depth in gaming graphics and HD video....
  • .49 Throw Ratio (±5% Variance) is perfect for gamers and movie enthusiasts with limited space for...
  • Enhanced Gaming Mode enables best in class performance at 16ms. Games consoles, blu-ray players, set...
  • Full HD 1080p and 3000 lumens ratio delivers spectacular gaming visuals. Keystone Correction plus or...
  • 28,000:1 contrast ratio creates amazing black levels in FPS and Survival Horror games, plus...
Bestseller No. 2
BenQ HT2150ST 1080P Short Throw Projector | 2200 Lumens | 96% Rec.709 for Accurate Colors | Low...
  • UNPARALLELED PICTURE QUALITY : Native 1080p Full HD image quality with 2200 ANSI lumens, 15,000: 1...
  • VIDEO GAMES ON THE BIGGEST SCREEN: Superior short throw projection enables you to project 100 inch...
  • HIGH RESPONSIVENESS: The specialized low input lag and unique game modes ensure gamers an...
  • INDUSTRY-LEADING WARRANTY: 3-year limited parts and labor coverage makes you rest easy that our...
  • AWARD WINNING PROJECTOR - Editor's Choice Award - Projector Central
Bestseller No. 3
EUG LCD LED Multimedia HD Video Projector 4600 Lumens 1280x800 1080P Digital Movie Gaming Projector...
  • Competitive Picture Quality: TFT LCD screen with LED lighting technology, boasts 4600 lumen...
  • Powerful Connection: with 2 USB inputs, 2 HDMI inputs, VGA, Audio, AV, ATV, can connect to your...
  • For Your Dream Theater: Advanced Lanthanide Optical Glass Lens, gives you an experience of DSLR...
  • For Every Family Use: Voltage: AC 100-240V/50-60Hz, US 3-prong power cable. Ultra-soft led light...
  • All For Your Benefits: Quick power on/off in seconds, save your time. 60HZ refresh rate , quite fast...
SaleBestseller No. 4
VANKYO LEISURE 3 Mini Projector, Full HD 1080P and 170'' Display Supported, 2400 Lux Portable Movie...
  • SUPERIOR WATCHING EXPERIENCE: Leisure 3 Projector is Powered by MStar Advanced Color Engine. 2018...
  • MULTIMEDIA PORTABLE PROJECTOR: VANKYO Leisure 3 projectors is fit for playing videos, TV series,...
  • BIG SCREEN SIZE EXPERIENCE: It provides a watching size from 32" to 176" with the projection...
  • FAN NOISE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM: VANKYO projectors are equipped with an innovative cooling system with...
  • 3-YEAR WARRANTY (100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE): We offer our customers a 3-year 100% Money Back...
Bestseller No. 5
DR. J Professional HI-04 1080P Supported 4Inch Mini Projector with 170" Display - 40,000 Hours LED...
  • 👍 [100" Projector Screen Included] PORTABLE LED VIDEO PROJECTOR: To meet our customer's new...
  • 👍 HIGHEST 1080P RESOLUTIONS SUPPORTED: Supported resolution:1920*1080, Aspect Ratio:...
  • 👍 MULTIMEDIA PORTABLE PROJECTOR: DR.J projector is compatible with TV Box, ChromeBook, PCs,...
  • 👍 IDEAL CHOICE FOR HOME ENTERTAINMENT: DR.J LED projector is great for home theater, indoor...
  • 👍 3-YEAR WARRANTY (100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE): DR.J offers customers a 3-year 100% Money...
SaleBestseller No. 6
ViewSonic 3600 Lumens SVGA High Brightness Projector for Home and Office with HDMI Vertical Keystone...
  • VERSATILE PROJECTOR: Advanced visual features ideal for use in education and small business...
  • BIG SCREEN PROJECTION: Projects 120 inches from 15-feet 8-inches. The image size is from 30-300...
  • EASY SETUP: Simple setup and control; just plug & play your presentations, videos, and pictures
  • LONG LAMP LIFE: SuperEco mode allows the lamp to shine bright for up to 15,000 hours. Resolution...
  • INDUSTRY-LEADING WARRANTY: 3-year limited parts and labor coverage, 1-year of lamp coverage, and...
SaleBestseller No. 7
Optoma HD143X 1080p 3000 Lumens 3D DLP Home Theater Projector
  • Bright 1080p Projection: Bring the cinematic experience home with this 3,000-lumen 1080p home...
  • Stunning Picture Quality: Add stunning color and detail to every home theater experience. High...
  • Extended Lamp Life: With an extended lamp life of an impressive 12,000 hours, your projector's lamp...
  • Flexible Zoom & Throw Ratio: 1.1x zoom and 1.47 - 1.62 throw ratio allow for flexible and easy...
  • Transform Your Living Room into a Big-Screen Home Theater: The vivid colors, deep black levels and...

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Digital cinema refers to the use of digital technology to distribute or project motion pictures as opposed to the historical use of reels of motion picture film, such as 35 mm film. Whereas film reels have to be shipped to movie theaters, a digital movie can be distributed to cinemas in a number of ways: over the Internet or dedicated satellite links, or by sending hard drives or optical discs such as Blu-ray discs. Digital movies are projected using a digital video projector instead of a film projector. Digital cinema is distinct from high-definition television and does not necessarily use traditional television or other traditional high-definition video standards, aspect ratios, or frame rates. In digital cinema, resolutions are represented by the horizontal pixel count, usually 2K (2048×1080 or 2.2 megapixels) or 4K (4096×2160 or 8.8 megapixels). As digital-cinema technology improved in the early 2010s, most of the theaters across the world converted to digital video projection.[1]

Digital media playback of high-resolution 2K files has at least a 20-year history. Early video data storage units (RAIDs) fed custom frame buffer systems with large memories. In early digital video units, content was usually restricted to several minutes of material. Transfer of content between remote locations was slow and had limited capacity. It was not until the late 1990s that feature-length films could be sent over the “wire” (Internet or dedicated fiber links). On October 23, 1998, Digital Light Processing (DLP) projector technology was publicly demonstrated with the release of The Last Broadcast, the first feature-length movie, shot, edited and distributed digitally.[2][3][4] In conjunction with Texas Instruments, the movie was publicly demonstrated in five theaters across the United States (Philadelphia, Portland (Oregon), Minneapolis, Providence, and Orlando).