I’d like to share my experience of testing BenQ HT2050 vs Epson VS250 projects. Although I don’t need to move BenQ HT2050 anywhere, it’s a fact that it lacks in portability in comparison to other models, but gains in modes because it has one for each movie type: Cinema, Vivid, Bright, etc.
It looks like Epson VS250 is created for daily business presentations or lectures, but not for home cinema. Although it has good sound and bright picture, but it lacks SVGA resolution that isn’t the most appropriate for movies with CGI.
In order to make valid inferences, check out more of my comparisons of these projectors to other models. I’ve tried to include as much practical information as I could to make it useful than dry chart data.
In the conclusion, Epson VS250 vs BenQ HT2050 appeared to be designed for opposite purposes: BenQ HT2050 for spare time – watching movies, while Epson VS250 for work – presentations.
BenQ HT2050 has massively bigger pixel number (8300000 versus 480000), but Epson VS250 has three-chip LCD which means that it can show red-green-blue flashes and has a different white brightness than color brightness, which usually affects color quality.
In contrast, Epson VS250 doesn’t have 3D, but BenQ HT2050 has smaller amount of lumens (2200 vs 3200).
Before buying, note that Epson VS250 is a movable projector, so if you need one for a job, it will be more convenient, and also it is pretty quite in ECO Mode. However, compare it to BenQ HT2050 that is equally appropriate for home cinema and games; it has pleasantly unnoticeable lag time – note it.
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