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Epson - Pro EX7260 720p 3LCD Projector - Black-Front_Standard

Epson - Pro EX7260 720p 3LCD Projector - Black

Model: EPSON EX7260 PROJECTOR V11H84SKU: 6162902

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 111 reviews

  • 20%
98%
would recommend to a friend

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    WiFi built in is garbage for so much money spent

    Posted
    Rugs
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    Trash product not worth the money. The WiFi is not good couldn't even reach outside WiFi. Speakers are not loud my iPhone has better sound than this

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Epson

      Hi Rugs, thanks for taking the time to post a review, and we are sorry to see that you aren’t completely satisfied. We appreciate your business, and value your feedback. Your EX7260 includes free technical support for the life of your product, so if you’d like help optimizing your setup, feel free to contact us at (562) 276-4382; Hours: Monday – Friday, 6am – 8pm PT; Saturday, 7am – 4pm PT. Kind Regards, Marina – The Epson Team. Epson

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Solid 'budget' projector at a not so budget price

    Posted
    gabemstr
    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    The price of projectors have come down a lot over the years, just like with TVs, phones, and pretty much technology in general. This projector gets the job done. It weighs only 5.5 lbs, and 3600 lumens is good enough for an office setting (not recommended for a dark room--it'll just be blinding and will probably strain your eyes from being too bright). USB plug 'n play is a nice feature that compliments HDMI well, and the manual image adjustments can easily be made by the easy-slide control bar. The fan is also pretty quiet which is great! The speaker is terribad, but it's what's expected from a projector speaker, where it specializes in projector, not sound. Overall a great projector for an office for the price, but if you're looking for a projector to be part of a home theater set up, I'd spend a little more and get an EX9210.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    bad product

    Posted
    daltex
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Member

    not worth the money. bought it for a presentation. wish I would have gone with another.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Epson

      Hi daltex, thanks for taking the time to post a review, and we are sorry to see that you aren’t completely satisfied. Your Epson EX7260 includes free technical support for the life of your product. If you need help, please contact Epson Support at (562) 276-4382; Hours: Monday – Friday, 6am – 8pm PT; Saturday, 7am – 4pm PT. Sincerely, Marina – The Epson Team. Epson

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Office Projector-Bright Picture-Limited WiFi

    Posted
    dorkhead2
    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    If you don't want to pay for the more expensive 1080p Full HD model, and are content with a 720p HD model, than this projector is excellent. The brightness and colors are very similar to the more expensive models. The main difference is the higher resolution and additional wireless connection features between this and the more expensive models. However, if your main intention is to use this projector within the office, it will display all types of documents, presentations, and videos in outstanding visual quality. Even though the native resolution is 1280 x 800 (WXGA), it can display all types of resolutions. Meaning, if your input source is a computer with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, the projector will auto-adjust the resolution and project your computer's screen exactly how you see it on the computer. The same holds true for movies being played through a HDMI source, or images being projected from your phone to the projector. In reference to the latter point, Epson built a nice feature into its wireless direct connection process. The simplest way to connect wirelessly to the projector is to press the LAN button on the projector to display a very large QR Code on the screen/wall. Then you download their iProjector App on your Andriod or iPhone, and use the app to scan the projected QR Code. A wireless connection is automatically made between your phone and the projector. However, there are some limitations to the wireless direct connection process. Since your phone/device is using its WiFi connection to communicate with the projector, you won't be able to connect to the internet if you depend on the phone's WiFi for internet access. But if you are using your cellular's data connection for internet, you'll be able to simultaneously use the internet and wirelessly connect to the projector. Another similar limitation involves connecting your computer using the direct connection feature. If you activate the direct connection feature on the projector, then connect your laptop directly to the projector, you won't be able to connect to the internet using your laptop's WiFi connection. In order to maintain an internet connection, the projector will need to join your office's local network. This usually involves having IT connect it for you and enter the wireless password/key. It's a standard process, and the benefits are you'll be able to see the projector on your network and connect to it wirelessly while maintaining a connection to the internet. One final though about wirelessly connecting through your office's Local Area Network (LAN). The connection is not that fast. Essentially, don't plan on playing movies using this method of connection. The bandwidth is not very high, and the video won't be smooth. If that is your intention anyways, a direct cable connection is always your best option. However, if your projecting standard work material, such as documents and slides, the wireless projection works perfectly. Overall, this projector is very capable of providing a great display. Epson's 3LCD technology produces exceptionally bright images and good color. Other perks include the ability to project multiple sources at once, and easy adjustments for focus and image size. I also own the compact version of this model. The smaller model costs more because it's lighter and not as tall (about 1.5 inches versus this units 3.5 inches), but this model is still compact enough to carry around in the provided carrying case. If you don't think you'll be affected by some of the projector's limitations, then this model won't disappoint.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Solid Projector for On-The-Go

    Posted
    DaveG
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    Projectors have always been one of those "Why do I need this?" categories for me. For home use, you have to worry about mounting, people's heads/bodies blocking, fan noise....the list goes on. Of course, you can get a huge 1080p screen for not a huge investment. In the work place, with large flat-screen displays costing nearly peanuts, they don't seem to be all that common. Of course, there's always that one room that doesn't have a display yet. My role recently changed to where I'm doing more customer presentations and not all customers have displays or projectors and well, I need to be prepared. So here we are. Setup is easy. Connect power, connect HDMI, power on the projector, adjust focus and that's about it. You can also use USB or VGA as well as connect the Pro EX7260 to your wireless network. Because I'm working in a mostly corporate environment with strict rules as to what devices can connect to the network, I opted for HDMI. The 3600 lumen rating is great for bright rooms. No need to kill the lights and make it an uncomfortable situation for everyone involved. with this projector, you're only getting 720p resolution, which is very satisfactory for presentations. If you're primary purpose is to watch movies or other HD sources, you might want to consider a 1080p alternative. For my purposes, it works well. It also comes with a carrying case, which was a nice touch. Also included, a remote control, a VGA cable and a USB cable. You will have to source your own HDMI cable. If you decide you want to use USB, you have to download a program from Epson which I'm sure opens up some configuration menus. It also has an eco mode, which will dim the screen a bit as well as slow the fans down a bit. But, for those trying to watch their carbon footprint, this is a nice option.

    I would recommend this to a friend