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Optoma S302 Projector

15000:1 SVGA (800x600) 26dB Jul 2013
Contrast Ratio (typical) Projector Native Resolution 3D Noise Level Release Date $59.70 Electricity cost over 5 years
Running costs are low
Optoma multimedia projectors have good reviews
Does not support full HD

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Reviews

Optoma Multimedia Projectors Have Good Reviews

Based on 1,872 expert and user reviews (including 23 verified purchases), Optoma has good ratings for its projectors. Optoma also has good ratings specifically for its 15000:1 contrast ratio projectors. 90% of those that bought a Optoma projector would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.


Multimedia

Has a Built-In Speaker(s)

The Optoma S302 has a built-in speaker(s). Most of the other similar spec projectors that were released around the same time as this multimedia projector also have a built-in speaker(s).

There are a number of alternative projectors with a built-in speaker(s) currently available which you might want to look at including the Viewsonic PJD5232 which has better reviews; or the Optoma X316 which is cheaper.

We compared all the other multimedia projectors which also have a built-in speaker(s) to this data projector and we think the Vivitek D552 is also worth considering.

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Video

3D-Ready

The Optoma S302 is 3D-ready. Most of the other data projectors of this type and age also are 3D-ready.

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Does Not Support Full HD

Like most of the other data projectors of this age and type, the Optoma S302 does not support full HD.

It is worth considering other data projectors which also support full HD including the Vivitek D552.

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Performance

Has an On Screen Display (OSD)

The Optoma S302 has an On Screen Display (OSD), as do most of the other projectors that were released around the same time as this projector.

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Quite Quiet Noise Level

The noise levels of projectors of a comparable age and spec to this data projector range from 24dB to 40dB, and the average noise level is 33dB. With a noise level of only 26 decibels, the Optoma S302 has a very quiet noise level compared to most of the other similar spec multimedia projectors that were released more than two years ago.

If you would consider a projector with a louder noise level then you might want to look at the Viewsonic PJD5134 ($339.95) (32dB and cheaper).

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Design

Ceiling Mountable

The Optoma S302 is ceiling mountable, as are most of the other 15000:1 contrast ratio projectors that were launched around the same time as this data projector.

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Certificates

RoHS Compliance

RoHS compliance

The Optoma S302 is RoHS compliance. Most of the other 15000:1 contrast ratio projectors that have been available for more than two years also are RoHS compliance.

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Packaging Content

Has a Carrying Case

The Optoma S302 has a carrying case. Most of the other data projectors of a similar spec and age to this projector also have a carrying case.

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Has a Handheld Remote Control

The Optoma S302 has a handheld remote control. Most of the other 15000:1 contrast ratio projectors that were released around the same time as this multimedia projector also have a handheld remote control.

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Projector

Only SVGA (800x600) Resolution

The highest resolution of the Optoma S302 is SVGA (800x600). That's 39% less resolution than the most common projector native resolution of XGA (1024x768).

A SVGA (800x600) projector native resolution is in fact the worst resolution across all multimedia projectors that have been around for more than two years.

The best resolution amongst similar types of data projector is WUXGA (1920x1200).

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Average Projector Brightness

The Optoma S302 has a fairly average projector brightness (3,000 ANSI lumens) compared to most of the other projectors that are a similar age to this multimedia projector.

We think you might also be interested in some of the other 3,000 ANSI lumens brightness data projectors currently available including the Viewsonic PJD6543W which has better reviews.

If this multimedia projector projector brightness is too dim for you then you might also want to look at the Optoma S316 (3,200 ANSI lumens and higher rated), or the Viewsonic PJD6350 (3,200 ANSI lumens and higher rated) or the Optoma X316 (3,200 ANSI lumens and cheaper).

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Ports & Interfaces

Does Not Have a DVI Port

The Optoma S302 does not have a DVI port, although it is worth keeping in mind that most of the other data projectors that have been available for around the same time as this data projector also do not have a DVI port.

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Lamps

Very Small Bulb Power

With a bulb power of only 190 Watts, the Optoma S302 has one of the smaller bulb powers amongst comparable spec data projectors of this age. The smallest bulb power of similar spec multimedia projectors that were released more than two years ago is 190W and the biggest is 2,400W.

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Other

Released Over Three Years Ago

It was April 2017 when Optoma released the S302.


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Barcodes 05060059047277
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