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Craig Jones Apr 27, 2004, 05:45pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi, Just to let you know i have purchased the IBM ILV300. Well, you may ask what this hads to do with the infocus model. FOr some reason they are exactly the same. All i can say however is that i no longer have a monitor for my pc, i use my projector as it is that good. I bought it on a chance, and it is amazing. I bought mine from Dabs.com in the UK (Im in the uk), for 771. It is amazing for playing games on as well, the only issue i have ever had is a really quickly changing picture such a faced pased game colin macrae 3, england, forest section for example and you can just pic up the projector is struggling. It is also slightly sensitive to voltage if your light ever "dim" in your house you may want to get a upc as it can be annoying with it buzzing when the supply lacks voltage. These both rarely occur, (the latter only if there is enough of a mains voltage drop to dim your house lights), and i frequently weatch fast paced moveis (matrix and special effect movies are rich bright and awesome on it. It can also display a good image even in direct sunlight, ok its not perfectly visible, and dark scenes in moviesa will mean you have to oull the curtains. You can replace your pc monitor with this, much cheaper than a plasma, and much more impressive! you get a carry case with it, and its light to carry, about a two minute setup, with a brilliant white presentation rpe-set mode, and remote, laser pointer, mouse built into remote etc. Just htought you should know, get this!!!!!!! u won't regret it!.



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