InFocus 4800??

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  1. JohnSterling

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    Anyone have one of these? For $1300 it seems like a great deal?

    Cheers,
    John
     
  2. ChadLB

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    Buy the X1 same thing you just don't get the adapter cables with it.........lets see 999(SOMETIMES FOR LESS ON THE X1) or 1300 for the 4800.......lets see....
     
  3. JohnSterling

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    Just looking at the specs...the 4800 has a higher resolution than the X1.

    My knowledge of projectors is pretty limited right now...but I'm assuming that's pretty important.

    Other than that...it does appear very similar to the X1.
     
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    Not sure where you saw that there was a difference, but the X1 and the Screenplay 4800 have the same resolution. The hardware is the same, there are only minor differences in their firmware.
     
  5. JohnSterling

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    That's computer compatibility, not native resolution. Scroll down a bit to see resolution...

    4800:
    Projection system: SVGA (800x600) 12 degree DDR DMD
    Resolution: 800x450 (16:9), 800x600 (4:3)
     
  7. JohnSterling

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    Yeah....I've been hunting around and reading all evening. Found a detailed comparrison between the two.

    "YOU ARE CORRECT, SIR!!"

    Thanks for your help!
     

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