Bright, Near excellent data image quality
All-rounder with sufficient brightness
Data images aren't quite on the mark
Well-rounded, highly capable projector
Very good color balance with all but the brightest picture mode
Good video quality
Unusually long lamp life
'The lens of the InFocus IN2114 is sharp, with manual controls that allow finetuning of focus and screen size.'
'It's compact and reasonably versatile, and its price tag isn't excessive.'
Able to handle fair amount of ambient light
'Inaccurate primary colors'
'latest Epson inorganic LCD panels'
'The results can also look quite different and more exaggerated on a flat panel TV than they do on a projected image due to higher contrast.'
'Its inputs and other connectors are pretty standard, and the projector has excellent placement flexibility thanks to lens shift and a 2:1 zoom lens.'
'superb color accuracy'
'extraordinary color accuracy'
Black levels really do look impressively deep
'Colours are subtle and perhaps less saturated than we expected, but well suited to movies.'
'inaccurate keystone adjustment'
'Less than perfect grayscale tracking.'
'audible noise issue'
'a serial control port and a 12 volt trigger.'
'The default 6,500 Kelvin setting was warm on the darkest end of the gray-scale range'
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