NEC P451W review

NEC P451W Review - A High-performing, Entry-level Installation Projector

The NEC P451W is an entry-level installation projector with a high 4,500 ANSI lumens brightness, and a long 6,000-hour lamp life (under Eco mode). It also comes with plenty of connectivity options, including two HDMI ports, and a slew of software features. Let's take a closer look.
NEC M311X review

NEC M311X Projector - A Great Mix of Features & Performance

Compared to the M300X of 2010, NEC's latest M311X business-oriented projector offers higher brightness (3,100 vs. 3,000 lumens), and much improved lamp life under Eco mode (10,000 vs. 6,000 hours). It's also decked with all sorts of connectivity options. Here's our review of this XGA projector.
NEC V300XG Projector review

NEC V300XG Projector - A Text & Multimedia All-in-One

At 2.5kg, the portable NEC V300XG is a single-chip DLP projector with a brightness rating of 3,000 lumens. The lamp lasts 3,000 hours, which goes up to 5,000 hours under Eco mode. Let's see how it fared in other areas.
NEC M300XS review

NEC M300XS - Huge Projection at a Short Distance

The NEC M300XS is a short throw projector with a native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution. It touts brightness of 3,000 lumens and lamp life of up to 4,000 hours. Let's take a closer look.
A Chance to Interact with Robots

A Chance to Interact with Robots

If you've always wondered what Japan's robot technology can help in making our lives better in the future, then you have to head down to Japan Creative Centre at Nassim Road to get a glimpse of these robots in action. It's a 2 week exhibition with Japanese companies such as NEC and Toshiba showcasing some of their inventions. We caught a preview of the exhibition last week and we have a couple of videos here, just in case you can't make it to the exhibition.