Can £800 really buy you a quality hi-def home cinema projector?
Even if you've only got a rudimentary understanding of the world of home cinema projection, you'll probably realise that DarkChip4 – as sported for the ﬁrst time in the UK by the InFocus IN83 – is a Big Deal.
Low-cost Full HD projectors are few and far between, so the announcement of one for under £1,500 comes as a pleasant surprise. The projector in question is InFocus’ new X10.
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After leaving the affordable full HD projection market to LCD for far too long, a new breed of affordable DLP projector is finally starting to appear. And HD DLP has now come of age with the arrival of InFocus' first 1920 x 1080 DLP model, the £2,500 IN81
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