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My boyfriend expected to pay 800 pounds plus for a budget projector that would have a good enough picture quality to play xbox games on and watch action films.
He payed £499 for the infocus x1 at Pcworld although he was told that the picture wouldnt be particularly clear we had a good feeling about it .
We got it home and set it up and after fidding about with the leads for some time managed to connect it to the xbox.
There we sat then for the next hour, mouths open with awe.
The picture was clear, text was crisp and we get a 5ft by 5 ft picture from about 8 ft from the wall.
The clarity is amazing, you even start to forget its just projected on the wall and its seems that its a real screen.
Also we were told that we would need to buy a pull down screen to get the best picture quality. We currently project it onto a cream coloured wall and as I've said it really is brilliant.
Now we have our own cinema in our small living room.
The projector comes with a padded carry case and all cables.
Just imagine if you have a large blank wall in your garden on a hot summers night watching a movie under the stars.
Get this projector much better value then a 50 inch plasma screen!!
InFocus Corporation has targeted a critical new market segment for the projector industry, the multi-use category, with the launch of the InFocus X1. Customers in this category include small-to-medium businesses, Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) and educators who want a projector that is designed for high performance both at work and at home. With the X1, InFocus is setting an industry benchmark in digital projection to meet the needs of those customers in this new multi-use category. The X1's performance, "best-in-class" video and portability create an ideal product for this multi-use category and expand InFocus' customer base. The capabilities of the X1 allow customers to use the projector for more than just traditional Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. During business hours, the outstanding video quality of the X1 makes it perfect for such uses as integrating MPEG, QuickTime or Flash files into a presentation; showing an advertising campaign on DVD; demonstrating a new Web site; or showing a movie during lunch. After work, customers can easily transport the X1 projector and dramatically enhance their home entertainment experience by playing video games, watching DVDs with the family, inviting friends over to watch "the big game" or sharing vacation photos.
Compared to other projectors in the multi-use category, the InFocus X1 boasts the highest contrast ratio (2000: 1) and low cost of ownership through a 3000 hour lamp life. It also offers outstanding video quality with Faroudja DCDi video processing and a 0.55 DMD chip from Texas Instruments for sharp, colorful images. The X1 produces bright, high quality displays at 1000 lumens and native SVGA resolution that easily meet the needs of business presentations and provides outstanding projection for playing games or watching movies at home. InFocus conducted an industry-exclusive, yearlong research effort to determine what end users desire in a projector. The X1 is the latest in InFocus' line of digital projectors to incorporate design and packaging elements, based on that research, that significantly simplify projector use. Usability enhancements include color-coded cables and a quick-start card for fast and easy set-up, cell phone-like intuitive menus and a keypad located on the top of the projector, which provides access to the majority of the projector's functionality. The projector's compact form factor also makes the X1 easy to transport between meeting rooms or classrooms, or between home and workplace.