252w ago - Gamers, if you have never had the experience of playing video games on a projector screen, you are missing out. Up until just a few days ago I was untrained in such picture perfection as well.
But after borrowing a projector from a friend at church to use for the Super Bowl, I could not help but hook up the Xbox as well. Using a VGA cable hooked to a Dell DLP projector that is a few years old has made Left 4 Dead an insane game to play.
That is without the over the Internet multiplayer ability.... but relax, I was playing co-op with a buddy. Just imagine split screening on an image that is probably 4 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide, it aint a bad deal by any means.
Searching Dell's Web site, I cannot find the projector that I have been using to give you the specific stats. This makes me think that it is a few years old and that the ones for sale today would actually be higher quality for the same price. With all of the options of projectors what should be done for superior gaming experiences?
First and foremost, go for a DLP projector. They offer superior image quality in terms of both picture quality and contrast ratio. You will pay for it up front though, with most DLP projectors costing a lot more than their counterparts. DLP micromirrorsThis arises from the fact...