The good thing about a Mac is that it easily has become one of the most popular devices for people who are into editing work. Mainly because the OS X is very flexible for these tasks, and while a lot of people still don’t get the same amount of flexibility from Apple’s products, there is no denying that people widely use these products. With that said, over the past couple of years, there have been some projectors that just refused to work with the Mac. Now in can case you are wondering why that happened, it’s mainly because the ecosystem didn’t let any communication between both products, or because there was no support available at that time. However, times have changed, and nowadays, many projectors work seamlessly with the Mac hardware, as well as software, but considering how they are not exclusively made for Macs, finding them can be a bit confusing.
Don’t worry, just for the sake of making sure you don’t end up buying the wrong projector, or you don’t end up getting confused, we have listed some of the projectors that you can buy right now. And the good thing is that they will work with the Macs as well as Windows. So, without wasting anymore time, let’s see the projects that function without an issue with a Macs.
The first projector on our list is the famous and highly beloved Optoma TW610STi, and for those who don’t know, Optoma happens to be a company that has created some of the best projectors out in the market, and this one is no different. Yes, finding a projector is usually easy enough, but finding something that works best with Mac is a bit different. Luckily, it is no longer the case, especially when we have amazing projects like this one. The project is quite expensive for starters, but for those who are willing to pay the price, they will be getting a lot of amazing features with it.
For starters, you get a projector that has a pretty amazing short through, is highly interactive, lightweight, comes with an HDMI port, is ready for 3D projection. Also, happens to have the ability to be 3D and interactive at the same time, and looking at these features, and then looking at the price makes the price all the more justifying.
The next projector on our list is the Hitachi CP-A221N, and again, considering how we’re only looking at projectors that also come with support for Mac. The good thing is that this projector does, and that’s pretty good when it comes to the support. With that said, this projector comes with an ultra-short throw, something that is good for people who don’t want to put the projector far from the wall. Another good thing about this projector is that it’s small, and very lightweight, making it the best projector when it comes to carrying it around.