At just 0.9kg, InFocus's LP120 is one of the lightest and smallest projectors we've ever tested.
This DLP projector has a maximum resolution of 1024x768, a brightness rating of 1100 ANSI lumens, an aspect ratio of 4:3 and a respectable contrast ratio of 2000:1. The LP120 will throw a 0.9m image at its minimum projection distance of 1.5m, and when moved farther away can project an image up to at least 3.5m (measured diagonally). Front and rear projection methods are supported and focus and zoom settings can be adjusted manually. Digital keystone correction is rated at +/- 7.5º. All settings are adjustable using the backlit buttons on the projector itself or the bundled infrared remote. Input sources include DVI-D (VGA adapter provided), S-Video (S-Video-RCA adapter provided) and 3.5mm audio jack for the unit's built-in 1W speaker.
An optional 802.11b wireless adapter (LightShow) plugs into the DVI port of the projector and connects to a PC or notebook equipped with Wi-Fi, replacing the need for a video cable. Install the LightShow software, detect the projector and you're away. Although this works quite well, there was a few seconds' lag between notebook and projector, even with simple slide shows. So if you want to watch video or to embed clips in your presentations, you'll need to use the standard input cable - at least until a faster 802.11g attachment becomes available.
InFocus LP120Price: $4499
Price for Wireless LightShow attachment: $1299
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