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ViewSonic PJD5133 SVGA DLP Projector - HDMI, 2700 Lumens, 3000:1 DCR, 120Hz/3D Ready, Speaker
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- SVGA 800x600 DLP projector; 2700 ANSI Lumens, 3000:1 Contrast; 1.1x Optical Zoom Lens; 8 Preset picture modes, including, bright, cinema, whiteboard, etc.;
- Throw Ratio 1.97?2.17:1; Multiple inputs: HDMI, dual RGB in, composite, s-video, RGB out, audio in/out, RS232; Supports HD 720p and 1080i/p with HDMI
- 120Hz/3D-ready; Digital keystone correction +/- 40°; Integrated Speaker 1w
- Portable 5.7 lbs. weight; Lamp life: 5000/6000 (Normal/Eco); Apple Mac compatible
- Requires the ViewSonic VP3D1 3D Video Processor to convert 3D HD formats to display on ViewSonic 3D-Ready or DLP Link 3D-Ready projectors with HDMI
- Eco Mode for energy savings, longer lamp life and reduced operating noise; Remote control with batteries included
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Using less watts per lumen than other comparable projectors. And with a 3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, it’s the bright choice for business, education and mobile presenters
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What´s in the Box
- ViewSonic projector
- Power cable
- VGA cable
- Remote control with batteries
- Quick Start guide
- ViewSonic Wizard CD (with User Guide)
Dimensions and other features:
Product Dimensions (w x h x d): 11.2 x 3.2 x 9.2 (in) / 284 x 82 x 234 (mm)
*Power savings may vary based on actual usage and other factors. PGD-250 active shutter glass kit sold separately. **1 year Free Express Exchange® Service requires product registration. Program, specifications & availability are subject to change without notice. Selection and programs may vary by country. See your ViewSonic representative for complete details. DLP® and the DLP logo are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments and BrilliantColor™ is a trademark of Texas Instruments. All other corporate names and trademarks stated herein are the property of their respective companies. Copyright © 2011 ViewSonic Corporation. All rights reserved.
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I didn't have much time to think about it because I paid the $3.99 for Amazon Prime service and it came the next day. When it arrived I was convinced that it was not going to be the one for me so it sat there unopened for most of the day. When I did finally open the data projector, It was actually nicer looking than I expected a little bigger and heavier. So I cleared a spot on my Dresser and aimed it at the wall over my Bed this was about 14 to 15 feet. I thought about what to watch on it first, Ah "A Bugs Life" seemed appropriate because this purchase was bugging me with buyers remorse. So I plugged it in didn't read the instructions just winged it. I hooked my PS3 up to the back with an HDMI connection (the one feature I was happy about on this projector). Then I turned it on and saw the picture, it was fuzzy and not clear like I knew it would be ! It's going back right now and Im getting the Optoma. I picked up the quick start guide and glanced at it. It said turn the Focus ring to adjust. So I did just that and as i did my jaw hit the floor. I just smiled as I sat there in my fully lit bedroom with the sun pouring in and was stunned the picture was as clear as my Top of the Line Sony Bravia. I was amazed, I had to share this with someone, so I called my neighbor he and his wife came over as they walked into my bedroom they said Wow. So as we watched A Bugs Life I decided to switch off the lights and close the curtains. We all gasped and said WOW! That day my bedroom became my new "Movie Palace and Video Game Wonderland".
This projector is awesome believe what everyone says. The picture is very clear and vivid with the lights fully on but turn the lights off and you will be blown away, WOW!. There are other projectors that are more expensive with more features but the one I have is perfect and does a great job for what I wanted. One thing I learned with this purchase don't buy into the hype but trust the people. I did that with this projector and listened to what the people were saying in their reviews and they were right about this product.
I absolutely recommend this projector to any one in the market wanting one. Several of my friends have purchased this model from seeing it at my house and love it as much as I do. I am just careful never to mention the word Data Projector around my Viewsonic PJD5133, because he and I fully believe he is a Home Theater Projector and I want him to keep believing that..
ONE YEAR UPDATE 2/2013:
It has now been over a year since I first got this projector and I still love it. I think it is a great buy and worth every penny. However, I have found one limitation and that is th 3d capabilities. To make the 3D work you need to buy a 3D processor it costs about $199 [ASIN:B004ULPF50 View Sonic 3D HD Video Processor (VP3D1)]] plus you need to buy 2 pairs of glasses another $60. Once I had all the equipment to make 3D work I couldn;t wait to try it. Huge disapointment. I wanted 3D primarily for the gaming and this projector just was not bright enough to make the 3D work. You could not see the images on the screen very well at all. In fact, it was not playable in my opinion. So all of the 3D stuff got sent back to Amazon. THe main reason was the glasses they are like wearing sun glasses and the projector was not bright enough. So as much as I love this projector anyone who is wanting a good 3D experience, this is not the projector for you. I hope this helps.
PS. THe light bulb is still going strong with no signs of it dimming, it is as good as the first day I turned it on.
To tell you the truth I was afraid we were not going to find a projector to suit our needs under a $1,000.
None of those were a problem for the Viewsonic. Granted this review is after a very short period of time. If it changes I will update this. However, as of right now, this projector is as good, if not better than the one I have at work which probably cost more than a $1,000. That one is a VieSonic as well but much bigger.
First of this projector is BRIGHT. You will have no problem displaying it in a room with light. Haven't tested it in a sun lit room yet though, but I would venture to guess that you wouldn't have a big issue.
My wife needed a projector that will do presentations and display her Macbook computer screen on White or Blackboard. No problem there. Letters are clear and bright. If anything this projector is almost too bright. Had to have a lower setting on the coloration.
So far I have tested DVD playback, a couple of presentations, and the wife is testing the overall use in the classroom as wee speak. Movies were good (even through VGA display...can't wait to have an outdoor movie beside the pool on the side wall), and presentations clear and crisp.
Oh and the size of the display seems like it could be huge. I was not able to test the actual distances. It says it could display a 250" screen. That's enormous. My test was around 55" screen size. Plenty good for classroom applications. I did rotate it slightly to the side and saw a much bigger screen and preserved resolution. So no problems there.
SO far A+++ on this projector. These ViewSonic ones seem really good for the price. I will update as we go along and report any problems.