• An Overhead Projector For Your Cellphone

    I don’t see why phones don’t just have a function built into them yet which allows you to project the image somewhere else, but until that day comes, there is Project-a-Phone. The company has previously released an underwhelming 640×480 pixel contraption called the ICD-3000. They believe the demand for the product was high, so they’ve released their ICD-5000, with a… Read More

  • Epson's EMP-1715 USB Projector

    <img src=" wireless. You can use the wireless to stream actual video in MPEG2 format to the projector, which also supports pausing, fast-forwarding and rewinding of video. In addition, the EMP-1715 can play presentations off a USB Key, meaning you can leave your laptop at home. The presentations on the USB disk can most likely be… Read More

  • Runco Launches 1080p Projectors

    Runco has announced the expansion of its already intimidating lineup of home theater projectors. The company will be adding seven new systems that each features a native 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution for your viewing pleasures. The devices range in price from $11,995 for the single-chip DLP Reflection Series model to $115,000 for the flagship 3-chip DLP Xtreme model. All of the projectors can… Read More

  • Planar Xscreen: They Might Think It's a Plasma TV

    We’re hearing a lot of talk about gigantic-screen TVs, some of them costing upwards of $50,000, but if you’re using a projector, you can have a humongous-sized screen at a tenth of that price. This 100-inch selectively-reflective Xscreen from Planar has a built-in optical filter, reflecting light from the projector while absorbing room light. Perhaps its most appealing attribute… Read More

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