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11 Best Projectors in Malaysia [2023]

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Projectors Malaysia

Best Projectors Malaysia
Best Projectors Malaysia

Finding the right projector in Malaysia is not easy. There are many options and choosing one can be difficult, especially if you don’t know what to look for. In this blog post, we will cover the 11 Best Projectors in Malaysia.

1. Sony VPL-HW45ES

Sony VPL-HW45ES   - Projectors Malaysia
Sony VPL-HW45ES – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Lazada)

The Sony VPL-HW45ES home entertainment system is ideal for you. It features Bright TV and Bright Cinema options for clear images and adaptability. It delivers a high-definition experience.

2. Acer H6517ST

Acer H6517ST   - Projector Malaysia
Acer H6517ST – Projector Malaysia (Credit: Prestomall)

Even if you’re in a tiny area, this Acer H6517ST short-throw projector can show a huge picture. It also has a Full HD resolution and includes ColorBoost 3D from the brand, which gives you a bright 2D or 3D image.

3. Viewsonic PJD77220HD

Viewsonic PJD77220HD   - Projectors Malaysia (
Viewsonic PJD77220HD – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Lazada)

With the ViewSonic PJD77220H, you may enhance brightness for precise pictures by utilizing the SuperColorTM 6-Segment Color Wheel RGBCYW. It also has settings for increasing brightness, such as Dynamic Mode and Movie Mode. Movies, presentations, games, and other media are shown in Full HD 1080p resolution with no distortion or blur.

 4. Optoma UHD60 4K Ultra HD

Optoma UHD60 4K Ultra HD   - Projectors Malaysia
Optoma UHD60 4K Ultra HD – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Lazada)

The Optoma UHD60 4K Ultra HD is a top-of-the-line 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) projector that delivers richer, more vivid colors. Giving you a real-time experience. The colorful 4D display allows you to enjoy the stunning projection even if you sit far from the screen, projecting images up to 140 inches (11 feet!).

 5. Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector 150”

Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector 150”   - Projectors Malaysia
Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector 150” – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Lazada)

The Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector 150″ delivers gorgeous colors, excellent contrast, and luminescent pictures that will make your coworkers swoon over your presentation. The Mijia Laser Projector is not a pocket projector, but it is quite portable and easy to transport.

 6. BenQ W1070+

BenQ W1070+   - Projectors Malaysia
BenQ W1070+ – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Lazada)

The BenQ W1070+ benefits from a fantastic boost thanks to its crystal-clear Full HD display, which is ideal for people who enjoy watching films or playing video games. Then there’s the brightness performance, which can handle even bright light. The BenQ’s 2,200 ANSI lumens light output is crucial to achieving this.

 7. Epson EB-945H

 Epson EB-945H - Projectors Malaysia
Epson EB-945H – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Lazada)

The Epson EB-945H is ideal for corporate presentations. It has a wireless capability to link to your devices. This projector may be connected using the Epson iProjection software to cellphones, laptops, tablets, and other smart gadgets.

 8. ViewSonic PX701HD

ViewSonic PX701HD   - Projectors Malaysia
ViewSonic PX701HD – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Lazada)

The ViewSonic PX701HD is a 3,500 ANSI Lumens Full HD 1080p projector. Its Energy-Efficient SmartEco+ Mode extends lamp life to 20,000 hours. It has a Vertical Lens Shift.

 9. Epson EH-TW5350

Epson EH-TW5350   - Projectors Malaysia
Epson EH-TW5350 – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Prestomall)

The Epson EH-TW5350 is a cost-effective projector that can render both 2D and 3D films with equal competence. The projector also has 3D Dynamic and 3D Cinema for aesthetic color adjustments, which are both helpful. Its 3LCD technology outperforms the competition in terms of brightness and contrast.

 10. Sony MP-CL1A

Sony MP-CL1A   - Projectors Malaysia
Sony MP-CL1A – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Lazada)

The Sony MP-CL1A is a projector with smartphone-like portability. This projector has a matte black aluminum body, despite its size. It also includes some basic functions such as WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity and a USB connection.

 11. Philips Picopix Projector PPX4350

Philips Picopix Projector PPX4350 - Projectors Malaysia
Philips Picopix Projector PPX4350 – Projectors Malaysia (Credit: Shopee)

Philips Picopix Projector PPX4350 is perfect for travel. With a 114g projector in your pocket every day, the possibilities are endless. HDMI and USB connectivity with an SD card slot provides you with a lot of options for media sources. It features multiple media source options.

Projectors Malaysia

Whether you’re looking for a projector that will be used in the home or office, there are plenty of options available to choose from. From projectors with wireless capabilities and USB connections to those designed for travel and portability, we’ve included 11 different models so you can find one that suits your needs best!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a projector?

A projector is a device that projects an image or video onto a screen.

Is it worth buying a projector?

With TVs getting larger each year, this distance is narrowing, but a projector enables you to enjoy bigger screens for less money. As a result, if you’re watching 4K video, a projector will most likely be the way to go.

Is projector good for eyes?

Direct blue light from screens, such as TVs, can be harmful to one’s eyes. Indirect light – even indirect blue light – from a projector is significantly kinder on the eyes. Projectors are the greatest option based strictly on eye health, in addition to other safety measures.

Does a projector use a lot of electricity?

The amount of watts a projector consumes varies greatly, with estimates ranging from 150 to 800 per hour. The typical projection is around 300. The average wattage of a television is 80-400.

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Rachel Tan is the editor at FunEmpire Media Malaysia. She has over 8 years of experience in the media industry discovering the best local businesses, places and things to do in Malaysia. From lifestyle, entertainment, food, travel, education and more, Rachel is a trusted source to curate the very best Malaysia has to offer.