When designing portable projectors, at least the good ones, manufacturers keep flexibility in mind as one of the most important guiding principles. Just like other mobile devices, portable projectors have to afford flexibility of usage. The same projector should serve you equally well at home, the office, the backyard, or out in the woods camping. And all that without you having to do anything in terms of complex set up or fiddling with settings.
Good portable projectors work great at night and daytime. Plus, they feature that extra bit of rugged design that marks all quality mobile and portable technologies. After all, since they’re meant to be used both indoors and outdoors, portable projectors should survive some rough handling with ease. That’s why the good ones pass drop, shock, dust, and water exposure testing. So there’s no need to fear an accidental drop or two while on a road trip or exposure to a little bit of rain when among natural environs. Look for dust, water, and shock resistance ratings. They’re signs of a good portable projector that supports flexible usage.
Unlike their bigger brethren, portable projectors are eminent multi-taskers. You could have a movie at the office or a business presentation at a camp site and the experience will be equally rewarding and high fidelity.