A few years ago, digital projectors were rarely seen courtroom presentation accessories. No longer. As prices have fallen, the technology has become more widely adopted. These days, the biggest challenge facing a lawyer searching for a projector is selecting the right model.
As with most other computer products, choosing the best projector boils down to balancing features against needs and cost. An inexpensive, modestly powered projector that works well in a small room may prove inadequate in a larger space. An expensive projector loaded with features may be a needless waste of money if it will be used only occasionally in small rooms. Still, when push comes to shove, it’s always better to purchase a projector that slightly exceeds your anticipated needs.
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