Panasonic PT-LW362 Review
|Value for Money||
|12 Months Old|
|£141 Over 1 Year|
Why Has it Scored 58?
Sony projectors have excellent reviews in general.
With it being less than a year since it was released by Panasonic, this projector features some of the latest projector technology. View the latest data projectors 2017.
It has running costs of £141 over 1 year, which puts it typical compared to the other 1,763 data projectors that we have compared it to.
This projector has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Has a built-in speaker
Fairly loud noise level
Does not support full HD
Panasonic PT-LW362 In-Depth Analysis
Panasonic Has Excellent Reviews for Its Projectors
Panasonic has excellent average reviews across its entire projector range compared to other brands. 98% of those that bought a Panasonic projector would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.
Value For Money
Fairly Loud Noise Level
The Panasonic PT-LW362's noise level of 37dB is quite loud compared to most other data projectors. It is in the loudest 21% of all data projectors when ordered by this feature. Across all the data projectors the noise levels range from 10dB to 93dB, and the average noise level is 34dB.
Average Projector Brightness
The projector brightness of the PT-LW362 of 3,600 ANSI lumens is fairly typical compared to most other data projectors. It is in the brightest 68% of all projectors when ranked by this feature.
Has a Built-In Speaker
The PT-LW362 has a built-in speaker, as do 76% of projectors.
Does Not Support Full HD
The PT-LW362 does not support full HD. 64% of data projectors also do not support full HD.
Only 280 X 800 Resolution
The Panasonic PT-LW362 has a higher resolution than most projectors. This data projector has a 280 x 800 resolution, whereas most projectors have a WXGA (1280x800) resolution.
Amongst similar types of data projector the best resolution is DCI 4K (4096 x 2160).
Released 12 Months Ago
This projector was released in August 2016.
Average Running Costs
The PT-LW362 has an average 1 year running cost of £141 based on fine energy prices and usage levels, which is typical compared to the other 1,763 projectors.