This is, without a doubt, the most important feature on the Optoma EH330UST. Using a USB drive (flash drive or external hard drive), you can project jpeg images and other documents. The projector is compatible with Microsoft Office, so you can easily project Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations without the need for a computer.
This saves time when switching from presenter to presenter. In board meetings, office meetings and trainings, or for classroom presentations, being able to simply plug-and-play allows for a near-seamless flow from one presentation to the next. It not only saves time, but the hassle of connecting various computers, and makes the whole experience a more enjoyable one for all involved.
Next up is our discussion of the projector’s hardware, followed by a close look into picture quality for video, text and presentations, and audio quality. After that, we’ll get into how well this projector performs in terms of brightness, contrast, and audible noise. Following the Performance Page, I’ll sum it all up for you, discuss some of the competition, and provide you with pros and cons of the Optoma EH330UST projector.
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