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Hitachi ED-X20 Review
Why Has it Scored 60?
It has some great features.
Hitachi ED-X20 In-Depth Analysis
Only 1024 X 768 (XGA) Resolution
The Hitachi ED-X20 has a 1024 x 768 (XGA) projector native resolution which is higher than the 1280 x 800 resolution found on most data projectors. The best resolution of all data projectors is 4096 x 2400 (4K) and the worst is 640 x 360 (nHD).
Quieter Than Average Noise Level
Across all the data projectors the noise levels range from 20dB to 93dB, and the average noise level is 34dB. The noise level of the Hitachi ED-X20 of only 29dB is in the quietest 13% of all data projectors when sorted by this feature.
Lower Than Average Contrast Ratio (typical)
Across all the multimedia projectors the contrast ratio (typical) range from 1.5 to 2,500,000, and the average contrast ratio (typical) is 27,000. The contrast ratio (typical) of the Hitachi ED-X20 of only 500 is very low compared to most other projectors. It is lower than 98% of all projectors when ranked by this feature.
Very Dim Projector Brightness
Data projectors have projector brightnesses of between 100 ANSI lumens and 85,000 ANSI lumens, and the average projector brightness is 3,700 ANSI lumens. The projector brightness of the Hitachi ED-X20 of only 1,500 ANSI lumens is dimmer than 92% of all data projectors when ranked by this feature.
Has a Built-In Speaker
The Hitachi ED-X20 has a built-in speaker, as do 76% of multimedia projectors.
Smaller Than Average Bulb Power
Multimedia projectors have bulb powers of between 15W and 840W, and the average bulb power is 250W. The bulb power of the Hitachi ED-X20 of only 160W is very small compared to most other data projectors. It is smaller than 99% of all multimedia projectors when ordered by this feature.
Supports Full HD
The Hitachi ED-X20 supports full HD, which is unusual. 63% of projectors do not support full HD.