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iRULU P4 Projector HD LED Projector Support 1080P $69.99 @Amazon +FS

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iRULU via Amazon Has P4 Projector HD LED Projector [amazon.com]$69.99 with coupon JFXNCGL3
Projection Technology: TFT LCD
Contrast (standard): 1000:1
Native Resolution: 800*480, 1080p Video Supported
Brightness: Undetermined Lumens
Power Consumption (W): 110 W
N.W.: 4.8lb

A little concerning about not showing the Lumens but if the power consumption is right it should be fairly bright.
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You're better off buying a used real projector, rather than one of these toys. Good used XGA (1024x768) projectors can be had for $40-$99 all day long.

Projector Central has a good description of what you'll get buying these $50-$150 no-name projectors: http://www.projectorcentral.com/c...ectors.htm
"3. The cheap projector vendors publish false brightness specs. We only measured three of them, but none of the three were remotely in the ballpark of their specs. The Digital Galaxy DG-757 claims a whopping 2800 lumens in their Amazon ad; the unit we got from Amazon measured 137 lumens. The Fugetek FG-637 touts 1500 lumens; the turkey we received put out 87 lumens. The HTP-LED33 claims 2000 lumens; we measured 190."
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You're better off buying a used real projector, rather than one of these toys. Good used XGA (1024x768) projectors can be had for $40-$99 all day long.

Projector Central has a good description of what you'll get buying these $50-$150 no-name projectors: http://www.projectorcentral.com/c...ectors.htm
"3. The cheap projector vendors publish false brightness specs. We only measured three of them, but none of the three were remotely in the ballpark of their specs. The Digital Galaxy DG-757 claims a whopping 2800 lumens in their Amazon ad; the unit we got from Amazon measured 137 lumens. The Fugetek FG-637 touts 1500 lumens; the turkey we received put out 87 lumens. The HTP-LED33 claims 2000 lumens; we measured 190."
Where can we find used projectors please?
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