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InFocus IN10 DLP Projector: In Your Bag, In Your Office, In HD

infocus-big-picture.jpgProjectors are for board meetings and showing off your wares to clients, right? In fact, the only time you’re going to see a projector anywhere other than at work or in the classroom is in one of those swanky “Cribs” style homes with a stand-alone theater room. I’ve got a theater room myself, and one that multitasks as a living room and dining area, as well. But that aside, let me introduce you to the InFocus IN10 DLP Projector…a device that’ll display content (even HD) at home, the office, or anywhere else, for that matter.

The InFocus IN10 weighs only 2.4 pounds. That means there’s a good chance that you bag lunch weighs more than it does. This makes traveling with the IN10 easy and painless. Whether you’re going on a business trip or just trying to stave off the boredom from a trip to the relative’s house, the IN10 makes a good carry-on. (On second thought, maybe you should check it. Or at least check with your airline to see if they let you complicated electronics on the plane anymore.)

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The IN10 has a resolution of 1024×768, which is pretty impressive from a projector. This is enough for 720p native resolution content. That means, of course, that you can play 720p and 1080i high definition. You’ll be missing a bit when it comes to Blu-ray, but considering that the IN10 achieves this kind of definition while projecting an image onto something else (no burn-in here!) and for this price, that’s pretty impressive. Don’t worry about the IN10 being dim, either: it’s got an 1800 Lumens rating.

dvi-to-hdmi.jpgThe IN10’s controls are easy to use. In fact, it should only take you a few minutes to figure out where everything is. You’ll need an adapter for HDMI devices. For high definition, this is recommended. But this little add-on is a small price to pay for a portable source for High-Def capable of creating an image up to 266 inches diagonal. (When someone asks you how big your high definition display is, say “22-feet” and watch their expression.)

The RunDown: No matter how large your presentation space (Or high-definition Movie watching space), the InFocus IN10 DLP projector will project a clean, vivid image. Integrated XGA native resolution will flawlessly display the most media-rich presentations, including automatic adjustment for 16:9 video and true HD sources. And it’s less than 1200 bucks. ‘Nuff said.

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Texas Instruments Pico Projectors: Projection TV in your Hand

Texas Instruments, Inc. announced at the Mobile World Congress trade show that it had chips for what it calls “pico projectors” ready for production. These chips can be integrated into a mobile device to project images onto a surface. This technology aims to overcome the nuances of the small display screens that cellular phones currently have. Texas Instruments revealed prototypes of the technology a year ago. At that time, Texas Instruments was expecting the convergence between televisions and cellular phones to progress rapidly over the next few years. Texas Instruments feels that that time is now.

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The projector, which measures about 1.5 inches in length, contains three lasers, a DLP chip and a power supply. This projector can beam DVD-quality video onto a screen or a wall, thereby allowing it to be used as a video player and (in the case of cellular phones with built-in TV receivers) as projection TVs.

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Greg Delagi, Head of Texas Instruments’s Mobile Chip Division, expects the pico projector technology to be used by everybody from executives who want to deliver presentations without having to use a laptop computer to mobile gaming enthusiasts and consumers looking for a way to share family photographs.

Texas Instruments also unveiled another chip, this one designed to power the next generation of cellular phones. The OMAP3440 will let consumers record high-definition video on their cellular phones. According to Delagi, this chip will be available for handset makers for testing in the second quarter of 2008, and could possibly be released in commercial products about a year from now.

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InFocus IN12 DLP Projector–Ultra Thin Business Weapon

infocus-main-projector-pic.jpgHey people of the Internet; Wil G is back with a new recommendation for you. I’m talking about the ultra-thin InFocus IN12 DLP Projector. I just ran into this new product in our photo studio and it’s fantastic!!!!!! Yes, (many exclamation points)… FANTASTIC!!!!!! If you’re a Business Traveling Road Warrior, you are going to love this.

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Perfect Projectors for Workplace Presentations or Weekend Parties

I remember projectors: badly synced sound, a squeaky cart that was wheeled from classroom to classroom, and only marginal improvement in technology by the time I got to the work force. The first job I had after college had tons of projectors…with me in charge of their upkeep. I blew a bunch of bulbs the first few times around…how was I supposed to know I shouldn’t touch the glass with my smudgy fingers? Those bulky machines are history. Get ready for the new wave of DLP and LCD projectors.

Not only is professional projector technology moving forward in leaps and bounds, it’s also not just for boardrooms anymore. While professional theater-style installations at home used to be only for the rich, projectors are fast closing the gap between television-based home theater and its big screen counterparts. We recently had two projectors delivered to the TigerTV labs: The Viewsonic PJ503D Projector will add style and panache to any business meeting. The BenQ W500 LCD Projector is perfect for creating the ultimate home entertainment experience, for less.

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Projectors for work and Play: the Epson PowerLite and Samsung Home Theater Projectors

Epson PowerLite ProjectorI’ve told you about High Definition projectors before. But the disparity between work and home theater projectors is a wide as the difference between a work truck and a hand-made Italian sports car.

Samsung Home Theater HD ProjectorSo instead of attempting to appeal to two separate groups (or two separate facets of yourself, as the case may be) I’ve brought two of these devices together. Whether you’re trying to wow them at your next board meeting or want to turn your basement into a personal movie theater, you’ve got to read this post.

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DLP Equipped Projectors–And Why You Want One!

Projectors are not just for outdated U.S. History presentations anymore!Almost no one short of the pedigree home theater champions out there has a digital projector. In fact, the last time most of us watched something on a projector (other than at your local Cinema) it was wheeled into the room by you 10th grade history teacher’s substitute replacement. That was boring, that was then. Now, you can revolutionize the way you watch sports, movies or even regular television.

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Tiny Wonder! The Mitsubishi PK20 DLP PocketProjector

This is an actual size photograph of the Mitsubishi PK20 PocketProjectorThe wave of high-quality projectors constitute some of the coolest new products on the market. But most are big and bulky, and still resemble an overweight cereal box with a lens coming out one side. That’s what makes this Mitsubishi PK20 SVGA DLP PocketProjector so neat! It’s tiny. Just because you can manage to lift something doesn’t make that something “portable”.

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Toshiba TDP-ET20U DLP Projector

Toshiba TDP-ET20U DLP Projector with DVD PlayerToshiba’s TDP-ET20U is the optimum projector for users who expect and demand connectivity flexibility, usage versatility and performance at a tremendous value. With an integrated DVD player and 5.1-channel Dolby Pro Logic surround sound for true cinema sound quality, the TDP-ET20U delivers all the big screen drama, sound and excitement with “extreme short projection” capabilities.

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Video Review: ViewSonic PJ258D DLP iPod Projector

This DLP Projector from Viewsonic even has an iPod dock!This projector sets the bar for digital lifestyle projectors! For work or play, the PJ2558D DLP projector perfectly converges exciting entertainment with professional practicality! The array of projector connectivity options allows you to connect a PC, DVD player, game consoles, and more! The integrated iPod dock even lets you project content directly from your video equipped iPod, for larger-than-life pictures and videos.

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Canon LV-7260 and LV-7265 XGA LCD Projector

Check out this review of the Canon LV7260 and LV7265 LCD ProjectorAround the world, Canon products are synonymous with optical excellence, advanced image processing, and superb performance. And Canon projectors are no exception. The stylish Canon LV series of ultra-portable projectors feature Genuine Canon optics and a 1.6x wide-angle zoom lenses for outstanding image quality and brightness. The LV-7260 and LV-7265 feature a powerful 2000 ANSI lumens lamp and a short throw distance for projecting in a wide range of environments.

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