InFocus takes the prize for 'heaviest contender', as its IN2104 tips the scales at 3.1kg. Its slabby looks add to the impression of a bulky projector, despite it having the same dimensions as many rival models.
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If you're looking for a real budget-priced data projector, the InFocus Work Big IN24+ (£310 inc. VAT) has to be the perfect machine for you. It's incredibly cheap, so you won't be surprised to learn that InFocus has cut a few corners, starting with the SVGA resolution.
The design of data projectors hasn't changed in recent times and the InFocus IN10 (£800 inc. VAT) sports a similar design to the machine it's replacing. However, what has changed are its internal controllers and the overall picture quality
The InFocus IN26 plus is an amended version of the IN26 which has the brightness rating boosted from 1700 to 2200 ANSI lumens.The styling is very boxy, with a flat top that has the 12 control buttons set into the surface
The X range from InFocus is the potato of the projector world: it mightnot be the most exciting thing on the market but it isn't half versatile. The X3 is the latest in this range
InFocus'recent decision to slice around a third off the price of its hugely acclaimed Screenplay 7205 is one of the most aggressive cuts we've seen in a long time.But does it instantly make the 7205 the bargain of the year...
InFocus' new three-chip DLP ScreenPlay 777 is aimed at semi-pro users and will set you back a cool £20,000. But read on, for the company has poured a number of the 777's luxury features into a more reasonably priced alternative - the 4805
After years of tinkering around on the periphery of the home cinema projection market, long-established business maker InFocus finally got serious about movies last year with its successful launch of the DLP-based 'ScreenPlay' sub-brand