Home > News

Mitsubishi XD95U Projector Review

The Mitsubishi XD95U is one of the smallest projectors that Mitsubishi has ever created. It features 2200 ANSI lumens, XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, and a 2000:1 contrast ratio, which is impressive for a pocket projector. Recently, the writers at Laptop Magazine got the opportunity to release their review of the XD95U. Their first impression was that they were amazed on how small it was. This model weighs only 3.3 lbs and measures an impressive 7.5″ x 3.1″ x 8.1″ (W x H x D). However, the writers were not impressed with everything Mitsubishi had to cut out in order to get the projector that small. The writers were not impressed that the only connections the XD95U had been a RGB and composite connection. The projector doesn’t have a built-in speaker, so audio connections needed to be made through your laptop or an external speaker system. The image that was displayed was small but very bright and had amazing contrast. One of the few problems the writers had was that it was difficult to focus when presenting on a big screen. The final verdict the writers gave was, “The Mitsubishi XD95U has a lot going for it. It is very bright, offers top-notch contrast, and is easy to carry. For the money, though, we prefer the Dell M209X, which is lighter and equally bright, has a better remote control, displays sharper images, features more connectors, and sports a cheaper price tag of $899. And the XD95U’s design flaws and relatively small image size don’t help its cause. The XD95U is a good ultraportable projector, but better options are available.”

[via Laptop Magazine]

Comments are closed.

Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS).

About Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Site Map
©2008 About Projectors