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HD Projector (+80% Brightness) Crenova 200" 1080P HD Portable Projector with USB/Micro SD/AV/HDMI/VGA Input $130.55

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Our community has rated this post as helpful. If you agree, why not rep Spektre?
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1280x800 projector
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1280x800 projector
Did you read? That's the native resolution.
"Maximum supported resolution of the projector is 1920x1080 "
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Did you read? That's the native resolution.
"Maximum supported resolution of the projector is 1920x1080 "
Did you read yourself? His post is accurate, while it supports 1080p it will not output at that resolution and limited to its native resolution.
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Can someone explain why this wouldn't be ideal for business and data presentations?

1280x800 resolution and 3200 lumens seems like enough clarity and brightness for a well lit room.
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Can someone explain why this wouldn't be ideal for business and data presentations?

1280x800 resolution and 3200 lumens seems like enough clarity and brightness for a well lit room.
This is ideal for power point slides and still images, so it's perfect for a business setting. Anything outside of that then I'd opt for something along the lines of a 1080p
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Did you read? That's the native resolution.
"Maximum supported resolution of the projector is 1920x1080 "
The supported resolution is a worthless marketing spec. Native Resolution is the real, actual spec that people need to look at.
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This is ideal for power point slides and still images, so it's perfect for a business setting. Anything outside of that then I'd opt for something along the lines of a 1080p
Thanks for the response. Now, do you know why all the thumb downs? Is it overpriced?
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Thanks for the response. Now, do you know why all the thumb downs? Is it overpriced?
I don't know, Probably the resolution? Cause everyone here knows their projectors right? Even the "best" projectors like those fake 4K ones are still just projectors. Nothing beats a real TV. I guess if you want that movie experience and have a big enough wall?
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