WEMAX Dice and Epson Pro EX7260, both projectors are sold for $699. Let’s look at them side by side, to see which $699 Projector is better and more cost-effective.

WEMAX Dice vs Epson Pro EX7260

First of all, let’s start from the appearance. Epson has its own design aesthetics which is applied on Epson Pro EX7260 as usual. Sleek and full of classical industrial style. Looking at WEMAX Dice projector, it has more sense of modern and future tech. The biggest difference between them is that WEMAX Dice has a handle attached on the top, convenient for users to carry around anytime.

About brightness, it’s hard to put the two projectors head to head. Because they adopts different measure unit to describe brightness. WEMAX Dice is rated for 700 ANSI Lumens while Epson Pro EX7260 is rated for 3600 Lumens.

However, we can clearly see that Epson Pro EX7260 has much higher contrast ratio then WEMAX Dice. WEMAX Dice has contrast ratio of 350:1. Epson Pro EX7260 has contrast ratio of 15000:1, which means it is able to present viewers every detail of black field that is meant to be seen. On the other hand, WEMAX Dice has higher resolution than Epson Pro EX7260. WEMAX Dice offers 1920x1080p while Epson Pro EX7260 offers 1280x800p.

As for the image size part, Epson Pro EX7260 also has gained the upper hand, with 33-320 inch projection size, superior large screen offers user amazing and immersive viewing experience.

Smart feature is what WEMAX Dice is good at. Auto focus adjustment and HDR is supported, along with wireless connection including Bluetooth and WiFi. What’s more, WEMAX Dice works with Android OS, providing 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. If you like, you can also switch WEMAX Dice into Bluetooth speaker mode, use it to play the music you love.

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WEMAX Dice and Epson Pro EX7260, each has its own unique advantages, meeting different consumer’s demands.

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