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NEC NP-M332
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NEC NP-M332 Projector

10000:1 XGA (1024x768) 38dB Feb 2014
Contrast Ratio Native Projector Resolution 3D Image Projection Noise Level Release Date
Present with ease using the NEC M332XS, a value-driven, eco-friendly portable projector that delivers an ideal short throw distance solution for education (including interactive whiteboards) and... More
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7 Reasons For

NEC Has Good Reviews for Its Data Projectors

We calculated the average reviews for all NEC projectors and also specifically for NEC 10000:1 contrast ratio projectors and found that in both cases NEC had good reviews compared to other manufacturers.

Supports 3D Image Projection

The NEC NP-M332 supports 3D image projection, unlike most of the other projectors of a comparable age and type to the NP-M332 which do not support 3D image projection.

It may also be worth also looking at one of the other projectors which support 3D image projection currently available including the NEC M352[plb_2250187_price], or the Optoma ML550[plb_1947306_price] which has better reviews.

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Has a Built-In Speaker

Like most of the other projectors of this age and type, the NP-M332 has a built-in speaker.

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Very High RMS Rated Power

The RMS rated power of 10000:1 contrast ratio projectors that are a comparable age to the NP-M332 range from 1W to 20W. At 20 Watts, the NP-M332 has a very high RMS rated power compared to most of the other 10000:1 contrast ratio projectors that are a comparable age to the NP-M332.

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Two HDMI Ports

Most multimedia projectors of this age and type have between one and two HDMI ports, including the NEC NP-M332 which has two HDMI ports.

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Fairly Long Service Life of Lamp in Economic Mode

The service life of lamp in economic mode of data projectors of a comparable age and type to the NP-M332 range from 1,000h to 30,000h. With a service life of lamp in economic mode of 8,000 hours, the NEC NP-M332 has a quite long service life of lamp in economic mode compared to most of the other 10000:1 contrast ratio projectors that have been available for a similar time to the NP-M332.

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Quite Low Power Consumption During PowerSave

The average power consumption during PowerSave of data projectors of this age and type is 170W, and the power consumption during PowerSave range from 0.2W to 280W. The power consumption during PowerSave of the NEC NP-M332 of only 0.2 Watts is one of the lowest amongst projectors of this age and spec.

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6 Reasons Against

Does Not Support Full HD Projection

The NP-M332 does not support Full HD projection. Most of the other 10000:1 contrast ratio projectors that were released around the same time as the NP-M332 also do not support Full HD projection.

There are a number of other data projectors which also support Full HD projection that you might also want to consider including the Epson 1975W[plb_3009713_price] which also has a higher rating.

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Does Not Support WiFi Connectivity

Most 10000:1 contrast ratio projectors that have been available for a comparable time to the NP-M332 do not support WiFi connectivity. The NP-M332 is no exception to this as it too does not support WiFi connectivity.

We compared all the other multimedia projectors which also support WiFi connectivity to this projector and we think the Benq W1500[plb_1561671_price], or the Epson PowerLite 1222[plb_2225031_price] which also has a higher rating is also worth considering.

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Quite Short Lamp Service Life

Projectors that have been around for more than two years have lamp service lives of between 500h and 30,000h, and the average lamp service life is 6,400h. With a lamp service life of only 3,500 hours, the NP-M332 has a fairly short lamp service life compared to most of the other 10000:1 contrast ratio projectors that are a similar age to the NP-M332.

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Quite Loud Noise Level

The average noise level of similar spec projectors that came out around the same time as the NP-M332 is 35dB. With a noise level of 38 decibels, the NP-M332 has one of the louder noise levels amongst data projectors of this age.

It may also be worth also looking at one of the other 38dB noise level data projectors currently available including because of it's better review score, the NEC NP-M282[plb_2338575_price].

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Only One USB 2.0 Port

The NP-M332 is a one USB 2.0 port multimedia projector.

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Quite Loud Noise Level in Economy Mode

The NEC NP-M332 has one of the louder noise levels in economy mode (33 decibels) amongst projectors of this age. Across all the similar spec multimedia projectors that have been around for a comparable time to the NP-M332 the noise levels in economy mode range from 26dB to 40dB, and the average noise level in economy mode is 30dB.

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4 Other reasons to consider the NEC NP-M332

Average Running Costs

The average 1 year running cost of the NP-M332 is £126 based on average usage levels and energy prices, which is typical compared to the other 136 comparable spec multimedia projectors that have been on the market for more than two years.

Released Over Two Years Ago

This multimedia projector has been on the market for over two years.

Average Projector Brightness

With a projector brightness of 3,300 ANSI lumens, the NEC NP-M332 has a relatively standard projector brightness compared to most of the other multimedia projectors of a similar type and age to the NP-M332.

Other 3,300 ANSI lumens brightness projectors currently available which you might want to consider include the Epson EB-595Wi[plb_2237072_price] which has better reviews.

If you want a data projector with a brighter projector brightness then you might want to consider the Acer P1515[plb_2417211_price] (4,000 ANSI lumens).

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XGA (1024x768) Native Projector Resolution

The NP-M332 has a maximum resolution of XGA (1024x768). That's 23% less resolution than the most common native projector resolution of WXGA (1280x800).

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Specification

Projector
Contrast Ratio
Native Projector Resolution
Projector Brightness
Zoom Ratio
Projection Distance
Compatible Screen Size
Native Aspect Ratio
Projection Technology
Lamps
Lamp
Service Life of Lamp in Economic Mode
Lamp Type
Lamp Power
Lamp Service Life
Lens System
Focus Mode
Video
3D Image Projection
Full HD Projection
Video Mode
3D-Ready
Analog Signal Format System
Ports & Interfaces
RS-232 Port
DVI Port
PC Audio Input
Microphone Input
Headphone Output
Audio in Port
Composite Video in Port
USB Connector Type
USB 2.0 Port
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) Port
HDMI Port
VGA (D-Sub) Port
Networking
WiFi Connectivity
Ethernet LAN Connection
Storage
Integrated Card Reader
Performance
Noise Level
Noise Level in Economy Mode
HDCP
Multimedia
Built-In Speaker
RMS Rated Power
Built-In Speaker
Design
Cable Lock Slot
Cable Lock Slot Type
Ceiling Mountable
Colour
Product Type
Display
Built-In Display
Power
Power Source
Power Consumption On Standby
Typical Power Consumption
Power Consumption in Economy Mode
Power Consumption During PowerSave
AC Input Frequency
AC Input Voltage
Operational Conditions
Storage Temperature Range
Operating Temperature Range
Weight & Dimensions
Height
Depth
Width
Packaging Content
Handheld Remote Control
Cable Included

Expert Reviews

(1)
15 August 2014

NEC's NP-M332XS 3D-capable short-throw projector is bright enough for a small to midsize room, and you can place it close to the screen and still get a nice big image...

Bright
Short-throw lens for a big image from close to the screen
Nearly rainbow-free data images
Although 3D works with sources like Blu-ray players, using it is awkward

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Running Cost

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Electricity cost when switched on £107.36
Electricity cost when on standby £18.43
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Total running cost over 5 years £125.79
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Running this projector over 5 years will generate 0.62 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
17
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 17 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.

+- Manufacturer's Description

Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers nec npm322, nec npm332, nec npm332x, nec npm322x, nec npm322xs, nec npm332xs
Barcodes 00010343835757, 0008.05736E+11, 00805736051698, 08057360516988

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