My spin: Projector’s are a must for getting the point across (well not a must but a great aid). Proxima has a real small cuty-pie that’s VERY expensive, and now you’ve got another one that’s pretty cheap. Take your pick.
News Clip: Simple-to-use ‘Value Series’ Projector Offers Versatile Features Such as Variable Lens Shift and Low Power Mode
MAHWAH, N.J., Aug. 20 /PRNewswire/ — Sharp Electronics Corporation introduced its first sub-$1,000 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) projector, the Notevision B10S, offering a combination of brightness and versatility unmatched by any other projector in this emerging space. Sharp’s Notevision B10S offers a host of unique features, including variable horizontal/vertical/diagonal lens shift, a short-throw zoom lens, theft-deterrent capabilities and extended lamp life. (full story)
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