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38

Overall Score

Epson EB-W22

An economical to run 10000:1 280 x 800 projector with alright features
10000:1 WXGA (1280x800) No 37dB Dec 2013
Contrast Ratio (typical) Projector Native Resolution 3D Noise Level Release Date

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Epson EB-W22 Review

With low running costs but mediocre features, we have scored the Epson EB-W22 as follows for Summary.
45
Average Features
40
3 Years Old
72
£90 Over 1 Year
Overall Score
38
Mediocre

Why Has it Scored 38?

Sony projectors have excellent reviews in general.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better projectors are available. View the latest projectors 2017.
This projector has running costs of £90 over 1 year, which puts it typical compared to the other 1,763 multimedia projectors that we have compared it to.
It has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Has a built-in speaker
HD-Ready
Does not support full HD
Quite small bulb power

Epson EB-W22 In-Depth Analysis

Reviews

Epson Projectors Have Very Good Reviews

We checked 1,088 expert and user reviews (including 161 verified purchases) for Epson data projectors and found that on average Epson has very good reviews compared to other manufacturers. 97% of those that bought a Epson data projector would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.


Features

Has a Built-In Speaker

The Epson EB-W22 has a built-in speaker. 76% of projectors also have a built-in speaker.

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Average Noise Level

The Epson EB-W22's noise level of 37dB is relatively average compared to most other projectors. It is in the loudest 68% of all projectors when sorted by this feature.

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Average Projector Brightness

The projector brightness of the Epson EB-W22 of 3,000 ANSI lumens is pretty typical compared to most other projectors. It is in the brightest 40% of all projectors when sorted by this feature.

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Does Not Support Full HD

The Epson EB-W22 does not support full HD, although this is within the context that 64% of projectors also do not support full HD.

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HD-Ready

The Epson EB-W22 is HD-Ready. 79% of projectors are not HD-Ready.

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Quite Small Bulb Power

Projectors have bulb powers of between 3.5W and 4,200W, and the average bulb power is 260W. The Epson EB-W22's bulb power of only 200W is fairly small compared to most other multimedia projectors. It is in the smallest 19% of all projectors when ordered by this feature.

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Only 280 X 800 Resolution

The Epson EB-W22 has a 280 x 800 projector native resolution which is higher than most data projectors. Most projectors have a WXGA (1280x800) resolution.

Amongst similar types of projector the best resolution is DCI 4K (4096 x 2160).

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Has a Carrying Case

The Epson EB-W22 has a carrying case, which is unusual. 81% of projectors do not have a carrying case.

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Age

Released Over Three Years Ago

This projector was released in December 2013.


Running Costs

Running Costs Are Average

The average running cost of the EB-W22 is £90 over 1 year based on alright energy prices and usage levels, which is typical compared to the other 1,763 projectors.

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers:

promethean abt88ebw22, epson v11h574041

Barcodes:

04053162598522, 05054484598060, 08715946532530, 08715946532547

A lot bigger bulb power
£3.52 more expensive to run over five years

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