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inexpensive true 1080p projector

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inexpensive true 1080p projector

Anyone know of a inexpensive true 1080p projector. It doesn't have to be bright. but has to be very cheap.
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$300 and change is about the cheapest you're gonna get and it's going to be Chinese.
Maybe a bit cheaper direct from China. This was from Amazon.
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death_hawk wrote: $300 and change is about the cheapest you're gonna get and it's going to be Chinese.
Maybe a bit cheaper direct from China. This was from Amazon.
link or model ?
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Supahhh wrote: link or model ?
I haven't tested it, but there's a VANKYO V600 that's 1080p. Just a hair over $300 right now after coupon on Amazon.

Reviews look ok.

If you do buy one, post back about the quality etc especially if you have a "real" projector as a reference point.
I've had a few Chinese projectors before and while not bad (also not very good), they certainly weren't spectacular by any means. They were passable at best.
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Need a link to see it. Mostly the cheap ones a false size and lumens. You might find a $300 refurb pico that's true 1080p
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lead wrote: Need a link to see it.
Specs say 1080p native.
Mostly the cheap ones a false size and lumens.
Lumens? Sure.
Resolution is clearly spelled out as "1080p compatible" but actually 800x540.
But this is usually $100 projectors that do this. The one I mentioned above specifically says native.
You might find a $300 refurb pico that's true 1080p
The one I mentioned right now is $336.99 minus $30 coupon with no tax.
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death_hawk wrote: Specs say 1080p native.


Lumens? Sure.
Resolution is clearly spelled out as "1080p compatible" but actually 800x540.
But this is usually $100 projectors that do this. The one I mentioned above specifically says native.


The one I mentioned right now is $336.99 minus $30 coupon with no tax.
I only need iot for a specific project and dont have room in my house to put up a projector. I'll try to see if I can get this and post back. Amazon reviews seem like quality on this can be varible , specificaly in terms of focus. But I'll try it out .
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