BenQ HT2050A, Epson 2150, and Emotn H1 are all native 1080P projectors, but they have different configurations and also different prices. What are the differences between them? Which projector is a good choice? In this guide, we will share the differences between them from different perspectives, including appearance, price, light source, image, connectivity, Audio, and system.
BenQ HT2050A vs Epson 2150 vs Emotn H1: Overview
Through the side-by-side comparison table below, we can see that BenQ HT2050A is better in terms of brightness and interfaces; Epson 2150 has the highest brightness; Emotn H1 has the lowest cost, the best system configuration, and wireless connectivity.
In the next paragraphs, we will compare the three projectors from different perspectives.
BenQ HT2050A vs Epson 2150 vs Emotn H1: Appearance
BenQ HT2050A and Epson 2150 are similar in design and shape, which is flat and square.
BenQ HT2050A has a lens module on the front panel and a focus ring on the top panel. There are various interfaces on the back panel so that you can connect the projector to external devices.
Epson 2150 has a big and round lens module on the front panel, and you can also see the 3LCD mark and Epson logo on the panel.
Emotn H1 has a cubic shape and a leather handle so that users can carry it outside conveniently. It has a row of buttons on the top panel, which works just like a blue-switch mechanical keyboard and produces crisp sound.
Regarding size and weight, Emotn H1 is the smallest and lightest. BenQ HT2050A measure 4.80″ x 15.00″ x 10.90″; Epson 2150 measures 4.80″ x 12.20“ x 11.2″; while Emotn H1 measures only 5.59″ x 5.35″ x 6.93″. In terms of weight, BenQ HT2050A weighs 7.3 lbs, Epson 2150 weighs 7.7 lbs, while Emotn H1 weighs just 3.92 lbs.
BenQ HT2050A vs Epson 2150 vs Emotn H1: Price
Among the three projectors, Emotn H1 has the lowest price while Epson 2150 has the highest price. Emotn H1 costs just $289, which is much more cost-efficient than Epson 2150 ($899) and BenQ HT2050A ($749).
BenQ HT2050A vs Epson 2150 vs Emotn H1: light source
BenQ HT2050A, Epson 2150, and Emotn H1 have different light sources. BenQ HT2050A adopts a metal Halide bulb; Epson 2150 uses a 200W UHE bulb while Emotn H1 adopts an LED as the light source. Compared with LED, projectors with the bulb light source have high brightness but they have short lamp life. Emotn H1 has a long lamp of 30,000 hours, which is longer than BenQ HT2050A’s 3,500 hours and Epson 2150’s 4,500 hours.
BenQ HT2050A vs Epson 2150 vs Emotn H1: Image
As the three projectors have the same native 1080P resolution, let’s see their image brightness and screen size.
BenQ HT2050A is rated at 2,200 ANSI lumens, and Epson 2150 has 2,500 ANSI Lumens, while Emotn H1 has just 250 ANSI lumens.
Regarding screen size, BenQ HT2050A and Epson 2150 can project a max screen of 300 inches, while Emotn H1 can project at most 160 inches. But for most households, a screen of 160 inches can satisfy their needs, which is much bigger than most TV sizes. In view of the image, it is worthy to note that only Emotn H1 supports HDR among the three projectors. HDR can enhance the viewing effect and provide vivid images.
BenQ HT2050A vs Epson 2150 vs Emotn H1: connectivity
BenQ HT2050A, Epson 2150, and Emotn H1 all have HDMI, USB, and USB interfaces.
However, the number of interfaces is varied among the three projectors. Regarding wireless connectivity, Emotn H1 is better as it has both dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Good wireless connectivity enables users to connect the projector to Bluetooth speakers, smartphones, or other devices wirelessly and conveniently.
BenQ HT2050A vs Epson 2150 vs Emotn H1: Audio
Let’s move to the audio performance comparison, all three projectors have built-in speakers. You can connect Epson 2150 and Emotn H1 to a Bluetooth speaker if you want to improve the audio.
BenQ HT2050A and Epson 2150 both have a 10W speaker while Emotn H1 has two 3W speakers (6W in total). Regarding noise, BenQ HT2050A has 29 dB, which is lower than Epson 2150 and Emotn H1.
BenQ HT2050A vs Epson 2150 vs Emotn H1: System
In terms of system, BenQ HT2050A and Epson 2150 have no built-in smart system, while Emotn H1 has a built-in Android system and built-in memory of 1G RAM and 16G ROM. For BenQ HT2050A and Epson 2150, you can refer to How to Use a Projector as a TV and know more connection tips.
The built-in Android system makes it easy to access some streaming platforms easily and you have no need to connect the projector to external devices. The large memory enables users to download many offline videos or files and play them in an offline environment. The projector also Emotn store and you can download hundreds of apps in the app store.
Among the three projectors, BenQ HT2050A is good at low input lag, brightness, and screen size; Epson 2150 has the best overall image performance including color performance and brightness; Emotn H1 projector is good at wireless connectivity, smart system, portability, and cost-effectiveness.
If you are a gamer, you can choose BenQ HT2050A; if you want to enjoy a movie in the daytime, you can pick Epson 2150. However, if you want a smart projector with a low budget, good connectivity, fashionable appearance, and smart features, you can definitely choose Emotn H1.
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