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Panasonic PT-DZ680ULK Review
|Not Currently for Sale|
|2 Years Old|
|£242 Over 1 Year|
Why Has it Scored 24?
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 £242 over 1 year, which are in the most expensive 7% of all 1,756 projectors that we have compared it to.
It has some good features, but is also missing a couple of features:
Panasonic PT-DZ680ULK In-Depth Analysis
Panasonic Data Projectors Have Excellent Reviews
On average Panasonic projectors have excellent reviews compared to other brands as do all projectors produced by Panasonic. 98% of those that bought a Panasonic projector would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.
Running Costs Are High
The PT-DZ680ULK has an average running cost of £242 over 1 year based on typical usage levels and energy prices, which makes it one of the more expensive to run projectors.
Released Over Two Years Ago
It was November 2014 when Panasonic released the PT-DZ680ULK.
Supports Full HD
The PT-DZ680ULK supports full HD, unlike most of the other multimedia projectors which do not support full HD.
Quite Bright Projector Brightness
The projector brightnesses of projectors range from 12 ANSI lumens to 85,000 ANSI lumens. The PT-DZ680ULK has a quite bright projector brightness (6,000 ANSI lumens) compared to most of the other projectors.
Has a DVI Port
The PT-DZ680ULK has a DVI port. Most of the other projectors do not have a DVI port.
WUXGA (1920x1200) Resolution
The highest resolution of the PT-DZ680ULK is WUXGA (1920x1200). That's over 10 times the resolution of a 280 x 800 projector, which is the most common resolution. The best resolution of all projectors is DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) and the worst is 280 x 800.