Dear Team Nebula Mars. Kris Ike here from Hayward, California. To chance upon an opportunity to test a projector from a different brand can be very rewarding. I may not be one of those influencers but I’m not just someone who just want to try a product out of curiosity or for excitement just because they want to own one. It will be put into good use and will be reviewed comprehensively and without bias from a point of view of an ordinary person who’s been using that sort of technology for the past years.
Being a science teacher for over seven years, different sets of projectors have been very significant in my presentations. It’s my way of style which to me is very convenient, less time-consuming, and cost-efficient compared to the traditional way of teaching (Of course this is just me.). My budget for this technology usually ranges from $100 up to $200. For this year alone, I bought three different projectors where I use them depending on the condition where I am in. One would be used for nightime, the other when it’s daytime or when the the environment is too bright. I also have a portable one which I use for outdoor activities. The Prizm281 would be tested and used on different environment and lighting conditions. When I do a review, I will consider every aspect of it. My base would always be the asking price and from there I make sure to match every aspect of it (e.g. quality, features, performance) against the cost. In other words, it is more from a cost-benefit point of view rather than an expectation of what an ideal product should be.
It would be a humbling experience to be able to test the Prizm281 and be used by the faculty for the months or years to come. Thank you.