$700 is reasonable for this projector?

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  1. Espen Vanderhoff

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    [*]BUILT-IN DIGITAL TV TUNER
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    Way too expensive. That looks like a toy for kids.
     
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    You do realize that is not a home theater projector...
     
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    Maybe he wants to use it in his car !!
     
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    Well going just by manufacturer specs:

    Its 500 lumens, built in speakers and battery. Nearest equivalent is an Asus P1 for $400. No speakers, no built in battery and only 200 lumens. So it may be worth the price since its the only one of its kind on the market. Previous models reportedly had some focus issues but so far amazon reviews look pretty good.
     

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