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PLV-HD2000 7000 Lumens 2048 x 1080 1000:1 LCD Projector

4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Projectors, Sanyo, PLV-HD2000 7000 Lumens 2048 x 1080 1000:1 Projecto, PLV-HD2000

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ASIN B0020ZQWV4
Item model number PLV-HD2000
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4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #10,201 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Projectors > Video Projectors
#91,004 in Electronics > Office Electronics > Video Projectors & Accessories
#160,562 in Electronics > Televisions & Video
Date first available at Amazon.com March 25, 2009

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I had to return this because it was much bigger than I expected. From the picture I thought it would fit on a keychain so I bought it thinking for $50,000 it should be pretty bright keychain light that will actually allow me to see things at night. Like when I am fumbling around looking for my money clip at night. Stupid money clip falls out waaay too often! People tell me I should switch to paper cash instead of gold coins but I prefer gold because it is more hygenic. Besides, I think people are so used to everybody paying with credit cards and debit cards that they find it refreshing to be paid in coins. For example I went in to Burger King the other day (PS I found out a real king does not actually live there! Oh well) and I bought a hamburger for $4.99 and you should have seen the look on the kid's face when I gave him five $1 gold coins. It was like he'd never seen real money before. Ha ha ha so I told him to keep the change. I mean it was only 1 penney of change and I thought he'd enjoy having a real coin. Anyhow back to the keychain light review, well it was really bright but unfortunately it is simply too big to work as a keychain light so I ended up returning it.
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By David on November 12, 2013
First of all I must disclose that I did not buy thisto use with a projector as my fellow reviewers have done. Rather I purchased this to use as an everyday flashlight. I found the "typical" flashlight to be a woefully inadequate for providing proper alumation. Yes this bulb will provide adequate lighting for getting around the house or evan a small basement, unfortunately it is far to heavy, which is why I'm only giving 3 stars. 5 stars will be awarded when they can package it in a much smaller way, no larger than the size of a chapstick container.
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I'm telling you guys.... this is the work of Dr. Evil.... He's unthawed from the 1960's and inherited a crapload of fantastical electronic "contraptions" and "doodads" of which he has no clue of their function, purpose, or value and therefore he must have started off at 5 billion kajillion dollars...
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