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PowerLite 485W LCD Projector - HDTV - 16:10 (1.8 - SECAM, NTSC, PAL - 1280 x 800 - WXGA - 3,000:1 - 3100 lm - HDMI - USB - VGA - Ethernet - 313 W - 2

PowerLite 485W LCD Projector - HDTV - 16:10 (1.8 - SECAM, NTSC, PAL - 1280 x 800 - WXGA - 3,000:1 - 3100 lm - HDMI - USB - VGA - Ethernet - 313 W - 2
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Nov, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design. The size also gets good feedback, whereas there are some mixed views about the image quality.

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EPSON POWERLITE 485W LCD WXGA 3000:1 3100 LUMENS OPTIONAL WRLS 11.5LB

 

Overall, a great projector. Highly recommended, especially at this price point. Note: When trying to connect to the projector''s admin control panel in the web browser, the username is "EPSONWEB" (case sensitive) with no pword. This is not doented...

Excellent picture quality and color reproduction. - Wall-mount, ultra-short throw form factor works extremely well in permitting a large screen size in a cramped room with a 7'' ceiling. - Wide range of inputs: VGA, USB, LAN, and HDMI. - Projecting via...

Very tedious to align for a properly level and square image. - Dual screen mode (show one image on the monitor and a different picture on the projector) isn''t supported in Vista or Win7. - Input via network and USB is definitely usable, but a bit...

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Epson PowerLite 485W LCD Projector - HDTV - 16:10

 

Excellent picture quality and color reproduction.- Wall-mount, ultra-short throw form factor works extremely well in permitting a large screen size in a cramped room with a 7'' ceiling.- Wide range of inputs: VGA, USB, LAN, and HDMI.- Projecting via...

Very tedious to align for a properly level and square image.- Dual screen mode (show one image on the monitor and a different picture on the projector) isn''t supported in Vista or Win7.- Input via network and USB is definitely usable, but a bit...

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