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You don't have to look any further than the 4,000 lumen brightness rating for the Casio XJ-H1750 Pro Series ($2,200 street) to know that its natural home is in a mid-size to large conference room or classroom. What makes it interesting, however, and worth a close look, is that it coaxes that 4,000 lumens out of Casio's hybrid light source, consisting of LEDs and a laser. It doesn't hurt either that it offers excellent data image quality. Casio was the first company to offer projectors with a hybrid light source, starting in 2010, and I've reviewed earlier models, including, for example, the Casio Green Slim XJ-A250 ($1399.99 direct, 4 stars). The XJ-H1750 has the distinction of being a third-generation model, with the implied improvements from lessons learned in earlier generations. Basics, Setup, and ConnectionsAside from the light source, the XJ-H1750 offers a fairly mundane set of specifications, built around a DLP chip with a native XGA (1,024 by 768) resolution. That puts it in the same class as the Editors' Choice Epson PowerLite 1880 MultiMedia Projector ($1399 direct, 4 stars). At 15.7 pounds, however, it weighs more than twice as much. So although both projectors are most likely to wind up permanently installed or on a cart, the XJ-H1750 is far less appropriate to carry elsewhere, even occasionally.
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