720p projector for less than $3000
Subject: Displays | November 20, 2006 - 02:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
With a 16:9 ratio and a resolution of 1280x720, the InFocus Play Big IN76 DLP projector offers big HD at a good price. The Tech Lounge had the screen set to 130" during their testing, and had no image quality problems at all. The drawback to projectors are the bulbs, which do blow from time to time, and this projector is no different, it's replacements will set you back $400.
"In the world of electronics, 'smaller' is almost always better. Chip manufacturers are continually striving to
shrink their processors, cell phones are so thin you can barely hold on to them anymore, and portable media
devices have gotten so small you could almost mistake some models for your daily multi-vitamin. Despite this
trend in the larger world of electronics, there's still at least one BIG exception where 'bigger' still is
'better' and that's in the realm of televisions and monitors. Who doesn't want to be able to boast that they have
the biggest screen amongst their friends? If you can relate to that desire, then you might be interested in the
product we have for review today because it could help that little dream of yours become a reality."
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