InFocus projector reviews

We take a look at InFocus' recent portable, business and home theatre projectors

We've put together a list of the best projectors from InFocus for home users or businesses. Whether you're looking for a portable, business or home cinema projector, take a look and you should find what you need.

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InFocus IN5504

The InFocus IN5504 is a superlative performer. Extremely high performance levels and a striking design mean this unit will be at home in a modern hall or auditorium. It's also available for a very competitive price.

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  • 4th Jan., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • InFocus
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  • Pros:
  • Great brightness and clarity, versatile inputs and remote access, available at a good price
  • Cons:
  • Large, overkill for anything smaller than an auditorium

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