When speaking of Projectors, it is common to refer to native resolution. Native resolution is simply defined as the maximum number of pixels that the projector is capable of projecting. An SVGA Projector has a native resolution of 800 x 600 (480,000) Pixels. On the other hand, an XGA projector has a native resolution of 1024 x 768 (786,432) Pixels. Projectors with an XGA resolution are more able to show more picture details than SVGA projectors. So, XGA Projectors do the most justice to high-resolution movies, graphics and images with finer details. The drastic increase in the number of pixels in an XGA projector’s resolution creates projections of much higher quality. This also reduces the amount of pixilation. Because of this, people can sit closer to the screen without seeing individual pixels. For this reason, XGA resolution projectors work well Office, School as well as in-home theaters, especially considering they are often compatible with most laptops, computers, and DVDs. So, why still SVGA? Hitachi is offering a range of XGA projectors at the same price as SVGA. Buy Hitachi and get 65% more resolution.

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