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Optoma S312 Review
|$61 Over 5 Years|
Why Has it Scored 41?
At over a year old this multimedia projector is slightly out of date, and newer projectors with more up to date technology are available. View the latest multimedia projectors 2017.
It has running costs of only $61 over 5 years, which puts it in the cheapest 15% of all 1,763 data projectors that we have compared it to.
This projector has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Quite quiet noise level
Only 1,080 video mode
Quite small bulb power
Optoma S312 In-Depth Analysis
Average Projector Brightness
The projector brightness of the Optoma S312 of 3,200 ANSI lumens is fairly standard compared to most other projectors. It is in the brightest 50% of all projectors when ranked by this feature.
800 X 600 Resolution
The Optoma S312 has an 800 x 600 projector native resolution which is higher than most projectors. Most projectors have a WXGA (1280x800) resolution. This Optoma data projector also has a projector native resolution of SVGA (800x600).
Quite Quiet Noise Level
The noise level of the Optoma S312 of only 29dB is quite quiet compared to most other projectors. It is in the quietest 12% of all projectors when ordered by this feature. Projectors have noise levels of between 10dB and 93dB, and the average noise level is 34dB.
The Optoma S312 is RoHS compliance, unlike 82% of projectors which are not RoHS compliance.
Has a Built-In Speaker
The Optoma S312 has a built-in speaker, as do 76% of projectors.
Only 1,080 Video Mode
Quite Small Bulb Power
The bulb power of the Optoma S312 of only 190W is in the smallest 4% of all data projectors when ranked by this feature. Projectors have bulb powers of between 3.5W and 4,200W, and the average bulb power is 260W.
Does Not Support Full HD
The Optoma S312 does not support full HD. 64% of data projectors also do not support full HD.
Low Running Costs
The S312 has an average running cost of only $61 over 5 years based on fine usage levels and energy prices, which is in the cheapest 15% of all 1,763 multimedia projectors.