LAPTOP Magazine reviews the Optoma EP727. This $700 projector is less than 5 pounds but is loaded with high-end features.
LAPTOP Magazine reviews Google Docs Presentations. If you plan on sharing your work, you can't do better than Google Docs Presentations.
Laptop Magazine reviews ThinkFree Show, ThinkFree Show makes sharing presentations with other Web users remarkably easy.
LAPTOP Magazine reviews Apple iWork '08 Keynote. Apple iWork '08 Keynote is an affordable PowerPoint alternative with some very slick tricks.
Laptop Magazine reviews Sanyo PLC-XU87, Sanyo's portable projector offers plenty of brightness and wireless connectivity, but it could be easier to use.
Laptop Magazine reviews ViewSonic PJ258D, the first projector with a built-in iPod dock blows up your videos and delivers a bright picture.
Laptop Magazine reviews Casio Super Slim XJ-S35, at just 1.7-inches thin, this portable projector can easily be stowed in a laptop travel bag.
Laptop Magazine reviews Toshiba TDP-FF1AU, as far as miniature battery-powered projectors go, this model is among our favorites.
Laptop Magazine reviews Mitsubishi Pocket Projector PK20, a compact projector that weighs less than one pound.
A Laptop Magazine Boxlight Bumblebee, the Bumblebee projector is the result of some good and bad design decisions.
Laptop Magazine reviews Epson PowerLite S4, the Epson PowerLite S4 delivers rich, huge images at a staggeringly low price.
Laptop Magazine reviews Mitsubishi MiniMits XD80U, Mitsubishi's dual-mode color wheel helps this portable pump out rich images.