InFocus ScreenPlay 7210 HD DLP Projector


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InFocus ScreenPlay 7210 HD DLP Projector
$2,999.99

  • $5 shipping
    condition:
    Refurbished
    product(s):
    1 InFocus ScreenPlay 7210 HD DLP Projector

#3

I would never buy a 1,000$ + item refurbished, especially a DLP projector which light bulbs cost $300+ for?


#4

it’s like woot reads my mind:

they know i have no money and that i want a projector… so they put up a projector i can’t afford.

thanks woot. thanks for reminding me that i hate my life and everything in it.


#5

wow…this looks like a really good deal…DLP is the futsre of TV and Movies, I have been to a DLP cinema and it is awesome…The company that created DLP technology was right on…IT IS AWESOME


#6

This is a nice projector … lots of nice features. But the warranty is only 90 days? If someone is going to invest $3,000 in a piece of equipment, I bet he’s going to want a warranty longer than 90 days. Woot should stand behind this product after the 90-day period.


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#8

this is the most expensive item i’ve seen on woot in a while, too bad these bulbs burn out, and I don’t have a million dollars. hooking cables up to a projector that you have to place in the middle of your room isn’t the funest thing to hook up. night all.


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I fail to understand why anyone would buy High Definition products that have to be down converted to 720i. Most of the old Network channels are broadcasting 1900 x 1020, why would you want to convert the highest possible definition to something else?

Any one with a technical response please inform me, as cost for the moment is not the issue, just resolution.

Nite Nite Wooters


#10

This is out of my price range, use range, and trust range.

I cannot put my faith in an item that is still 3,000 but is refurbished.


#11

I have a much less expensive (1100) Sharp XGA projector which is really nice to have and use…but honestly…3K for a refurb that only does 1280x720? I would recommend getting a nice big LCD TV that can do 1080P instead.


#12

I want to click on the “I Want One” button, but I have to wait until the morning until I can rob the bank in order to deposit the money in my account in order to pay for it. Looks awesome, but I dont have the green. And to you feds…NO, you dont have to stake out the bank…


#13

What is/was the most expensive woot ever?


#14

Compare some prices…
SecretPrices … $3999 (new)

Froogle … $4115 (new)

Shopzilla … $3999 (new)

Too rich for my blood.


#15

7000.00 dollar projector. These are really nice. We use them on our college campus. Though people like to steal them they are still a sweet item to have.


#16

Maybe a deal for a fraternity or sorority or sportsbar, I guess…or Bill Gates.


#17

Does it have an HDMI input? maybe throught the “M1-DA”?


#18

Refurbished… 90 days guarantee… 3K… something is wrong here…


#19

Does the $5 shipping include insurance?? Anyways I love my 13 inch Zenith, plus it only cost $39


#20

Maybe DLP really stands for Drops Liquid Platinum. That would explain the price tag. Get a drip pan and it pays for itself really. Either way, after seeing the price tag I need to change my pants and go to sleep.