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Battery power, a tripod mount, HDMI, and USB, make for a great stand-alone viewing experience
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This excellent InFocus projector is an excellent choice for a high-end home theatre installation
InFocus's interactive education projector has a bundled wireless marker for writing and drawing
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InFocus' boardroom projector is a competent all-round performer
InFocus' latest compact business projector has high brightness levels and an acceptable contrast ratio
BenQ's latest home theatre projector performs well in difficult conditions thanks to high brightness levels
This Hitachi short-throw business projector has a widescreen resolution and a good brightness rating, but a noisy fan
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