The P603X boasts a 6000 lumen brightness which is great as you will not have to turn the lights off or close the curtains whilst you are using the projector, just turn it on in the environment you are in and away you go. This is a brilliant brightness for such a compact projector. This projector has XGA resolution which is suitable for PowerPoint presentations, images and short video clips. If you are using it for your home or longer videos then I would recommend going to WXGA resolution as this is widescreen and your pixels will not be stretched. Modern sources are now widescreen so it is best to match the aspect ratio. However, for laptops or presentations, XGA will still give you a sharp image. You could spend an extra £40-£50 for the widescreen resolution (WXGA), which is suitable for videos. Take a look at some alternatives below.
This projector is also LCD which shows the colours in your images in their right form and are true to life. This projector has a 20W built in speaker which will be enough for a large audience.
This projector has a high contrast ratio which makes the darker areas darker and the whites whiter; making the images stand out. Connect using the HDMI to show your content in high definition. There are two HDMI ports as well as the older VGA so you can connect to multiple sources at the same time without swapping cables around. There is also USB to allow you to present PC-free and many other connectivity options. The P603X also has a long lamp life, so if you use your projector 20 hours per week, this will last you over eight years! It also features DICOM simulation which is vital for medical training.