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This seems like a good deal if you are in the market for a projector.
You pay £349 for the projector and £29 for the cheapest acer netbook. And you also get the clubcard points and quidco.
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#1
Maaybe not too bad a deal, but I work as a trainer and that projector seems pretty useless for any professional. It's too dim, and basically can't project an image far. Might be useful for somthing but I think those netbooks are a bit pricey compared to other stores. May benefit someone.
#2
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#3
#4
whatsThePoint
Its ok if you use one on your travels to make presentations in small rooms, but don't go thinking you'll replace the TV with it


But thats what its designed for, so it is addressing the market it wants. So for a business person who needs something mobile its perfect.
Could even buy the netbook and sell it on to offset the price of the projector.
#5
Hot deal, if you need the projector....The netbook is nearly free!
#6
whatsThePoint
So you think i should of said its a travel projector and not one to replace your tv with to save anyone buying it in error :whistling:


No I was actually agreeing with your point. I now normally on this site if someone quotes you and comments its usually on the opposite side of the ball park. But mine was not.
You clearly stated one for the travels.

It actually sounds like a really good projector, the short throw is excellent for smaller rooms, no expensive bulb to replace and it will certain last much longer then any normal bulb found in projectors. But at the biggest of 60 inches it certainly is no TV killer, I project a 72 inch screen already, and that is limited by the width of the room anyway.

If your looking for one for gaming and films then you can find better to use your £350 on...although the netbook is enticing!

However, one point I will slightly disagree with you on is I would never, nor would many, replace their TV with a projector due to the bulbs relative short life span compared to a TV, alongside the quality of the image and use of a TV. :thumbsup:
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shivani_2014

How well does it stand up to mortar fire and bazookas?
Is this version resistant to napalm?
#8
I have never heard of anything that has Lumens as low as 100 lol
...no wonder the lamp hours will last 20,000 !
#9
awoodhall2003
No I was actually agreeing with your point. I now normally on this site if someone quotes you and comments its usually on the opposite side of the ball park. But mine was not.
You clearly stated one for the travels.

It actually sounds like a really good projector, the short throw is excellent for smaller rooms, no expensive bulb to replace and it will certain last much longer then any normal bulb found in projectors. But at the biggest of 60 inches it certainly is no TV killer, I project a 72 inch screen already, and that is limited by the width of the room anyway.

If your looking for one for gaming and films then you can find better to use your £350 on...although the netbook is enticing!

However, one point I will slightly disagree with you on is I would never, nor would many, replace their TV with a projector due to the bulbs relative short life span compared to a TV, alongside the quality of the image and use of a TV. :thumbsup:


I know people who have done this as you don't need a tv licence for a projector, obviously you cant have sky or freeview then either but if all you do is download and watch dvds then.....
#10
good deal
#11
You don't need a TV license for a normal TV either if you don't use it to watch TV..
#12
StormB
You don't need a TV license for a normal TV either if you don't use it to watch TV..


Whoa, careful with that dangerous quote - you need to have the receiver disabled on your TV not to pay a license fee - if it is able to receive a signal, you need to pay a license fee for it! :roll:
#13
StormB
You don't need a TV license for a normal TV either if you don't use it to watch TV..


I wouldn't like to test that theory, some people have been fined simply for having the capability of receiving TV signals and no TV licence...yes, I know it's sh***y, but that's yet another example of why it's so good to be British...;-)

Damn, bagofbeef beat me to it! :-D
#14
Bagofbeef
Whoa, careful with that dangerous quote - you need to have the receiver disabled on your TV not to pay a license fee - if it is able to receive a signal, you need to pay a license fee for it! :roll:


Thats not true whatsoever.

It just makes it harder to state you arent using it to receive TV.

But it is absolutely not the case that "if it is able to receive a signal, you need to pay a licence fee"

Quote from TV Licensing:

You need to be covered by a valid TV Licence if you watch or record TV as it's being broadcast.
#15
Superb price imo,

Has a wierd native resolution though of 858x 600, so unless your drivers support this, you won't get a crisp picture (ie, rules out all intel chips).
Its £299 at other places, but obv the netbook offer makes this a cracker.
#16
I think they’ve changed the terms as I think you used to require a license if you owned a TV regardless of whether you used it. Good to see they’re more flexible now:

"You don't need a licence if you don't use any of these devices to watch or record television programmes as they're being shown on TV - for example, if you use your TV only to watch DVDs or play video games, or you only watch programmes on your computer after they have been shown on TV. If this is the case, please let us know, as this helps us to keep our database up to date and means you won't receive the standard letters we send to unlicensed addresses."
#17
whatsThePoint
thats the trouble when your a bit slow with keeping up with technology

Its a LCD lamp and about the same as a 1500 normal projector lamp


good point :)
#18
Agharta
I think they’ve changed the terms as I think you used to require a license if you owned a TV regardless of whether you used it. Good to see they’re more flexible now

They haven't changed them, people just misunderstand / lie about them.

You need a license if you watch live TV as its being shown.

I have a TV used as a monitor - dont need one. Yes, using an aerial I could use it as a TV but (for arguments sake) I dont - so I dont need one.

If I own a PC (not a TV) but have a TV tuner card - I still dont need a license

If I own a PC and a TV tuner card and then use it to watch live TV as its being shown (NOT iPlayer!) THEN I need a license.
#19
Jakg
They haven't changed them, people just misunderstand / lie about them.

You need a license if you watch live TV as its being shown.

I have a TV used as a monitor - dont need one. Yes, using an aerial I could use it as a TV but (for arguments sake) I dont - so I dont need one.

If I own a PC (not a TV) but have a TV tuner card - I still dont need a license

If I own a PC and a TV tuner card and then use it to watch live TV as its being shown (NOT iPlayer!) THEN I need a license.


Exactly.

And this has been the case for at least a decade.
#20
Jakg
They haven't changed them, people just misunderstand / lie about them.

They have changed them but it may well have been 10 or 15 years ago.
banned#21
Agharta
They have changed them but it may well have been 10 or 15 years ago.


No. They haven't changed, this has always been the case.
#22
whatsThePoint
thats the trouble when your a bit slow with keeping up with technology

Its a LCD lamp and about the same as a 1500 normal projector lamp


U mean LED :D
#23
anyone know what the quidco and club points is worth in this deal?

which laptop is best, they all look fairly similar.
#24
luvadealme
anyone know what the quidco and club points is worth in this deal?.

Clubcard points earned: 796
TopCashback Tracked at £15.72
#25
Agharta
Clubcard points earned: 796
TopCashback Tracked at £15.72


Did you manage to use the extra 1000 points clubcard voucher floating around here?
#26
shivani_2014
Did you manage to use the extra 1000 points clubcard voucher floating around here?

I wasn't aware of it.
#27
Projector has gone up to £399.99

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