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    BETT Casio Projector

    For those that seen / read about the new Casio projector these are good bits of kit.

    Does anybody know the UK resellers as I am a looking for one of these to test out in school.

    Cheers

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    hi

    have you got any web links for the cisco projectors didnt see them at bett but want to now get info on them

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    The only reseller I know of in the UK is IDNS I can get you a contact name and number if you need it (PM me)

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    We are resellers of the new bulbless casio projectors , send me a pm and ill get you info on monday
    Last edited by CPLTD; 17th January 2010 at 04:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ful56_uk View Post
    hi

    have you got any web links for the cisco projectors didnt see them at bett but want to now get info on them
    Casio, not Cisco. You can find out more at Home - CASIO Projectors

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    You can find out more at Home - CASIO Projectors
    Wow! Who translated that web site to English??

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    We are resellers of the new bulbless casio projectors , send me a pm and ill get you info on monday
    Thanks Simon

    I was going to e-mail Mark on monday with some other items for a quote, so will just sort it then. Cheers for letting me know your a supplier

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylv3r View Post
    For those that seen / read about the new Casio projector these are good bits of kit.
    LG had similar devices on their stand - light-weight, compact, bulbless LED projectors.

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    I WANT ONE, I WANT ONE, I WANT ONE!!!!!!!!

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    Something tells me that demand is going to outstip supply of these for a while. Might be easier getting your hand on rocking horse sh*t, at least in the short term. As with everyone else - I want one, I want one, I want one!

    Actually would love to replace my TV with one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    LG had similar devices on their stand - light-weight, compact, bulbless LED projectors.

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    I saw those - they looked pretty good and i was amazed at how bright the screen was for only 300 ANSI lumens and from such a distance, bearing in mind the masses of lights that were around in the area.

    They were cheating a bit though by using a curved screen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    LG had similar devices on their stand - light-weight, compact, bulbless LED projectors.

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    IIRC the other models on the market at the moment are all low lumens models - Samsung make a similar one. The beauty of the Casio model is the fact you can get it in 2000 - 3500 lumens models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikpaw View Post
    I saw those - they looked pretty good and i was amazed at how bright the screen was for only 300 ANSI lumens and from such a distance, bearing in mind the masses of lights that were around in the area.
    Ah - didn't think to check the brightness. My home pico projector works fine in a (very) dimly-lit room, but struggles with even standard one-lightbulb's worth of lighting. I'm sure you could cunningly arrange a room so that 300 ANSI lumens looked pretty good, but I don't think that'd work so well in your average classroom.

    I got the impression that the next model up was going to be a proper classroom-capable projector, although only the product-concept prototype was on display at LG's stand. Did like the look of that 65" touch screen, though.

    They were cheating a bit though by using a curved screen!
    Perfect, I have a curved living room wall...

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    it was shockingly clear and bright, i even went across the stand to look at it.

    the curved screen just lets you have it bigger, and the brightness didn't appear to suffer at all.

    even so, i prefer to turn the lights out

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    Our Head has approached the NM asking about these Projectors.

    We going to try get a test unit as we are looking at replacing all Our HP projectors this year.

    These going to be worth the investment? or would be be better to get a good quality standard projector?

    Thanks

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