With an unbeatable combination of brightness and contrast, BenQ's PB6110 leaves other projectors wanting and does it at a bargain price. It's also easy to start up, delivers a brilliant image, and comes with a three-year warranty. On the downside, this business projector creates quite a ruckus and takes a while to cool down. Still, it's an impressive piece of presentation technology for $900.
At 4.1 by 10.2 by 8.4 inches the PB6110's size is comparable to other projectors in its class, but its distinctive blue, black, and silver design makes competing DLP optical engine, the PB6110 has a 1.2X zoom lens and can fill a screen that's anywhere from 20 inches to 20 feet away.look positively old-fashioned. For the business projector class, the PB6110 is lightweight--only the weighs less--with a travel weight of 7.3 pounds. Based on Texas Instruments' latest 0.55-inch
The PB6110 works well with both traditional 4:3 and wide-screen 16:9 input and has a good assortment of connectors, including VGA in and out, audio, and composite and S-Video. Unlike its peers in the budget class, it comes with AC cords for use within the United States, the European Union, and the United Kingdom, in addition to all of the video and audio cables needed to connect to a laptop or a DVD player. The built-in 1-watt speaker is usable but isn't very loud and has poor sound quality, and you'll need to dig into the menu to adjust the volume.