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May 9, 2022

TVs are great and all, but they’re kind of annoying. You end up with this great big black slab on the wall, and if you want anything awesome sized, you’ll need to spend way too much money. So maybe you’ve been thinking about getting a projector instead. But, well… projectors are confusing.

But they don’t have to be! Let us take you through everything you need to pick the perfect projector for you—in the top story.

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How to Pick a Projector

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