The InFocus IN76 has an excellent feature package, and its solid performance makes it one of the top values among HD-resolution DLP projectors.
A reduced MSRP and a great picture make this midrange projector's price-to-performance ratio the best in the business.
The 55-inch InFocus Mondopad is a multitouch behemoth of a tablet. It's geared for making business meetings more interesting and interactive.
The InFocus Play Big IN72 was first announced at CES 2006 in early January. Check out CNET editors' early impressions of this product.
With its new high-contrast chip, the InFocus 7210 is a remarkably good value for the performance it delivers.
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The InFocus X2 is the projector to get when brightness and the ability to give a show with the lights on counts for everything.
If you want a massive TV for just £500 then perhaps you'll consider the InFocus X9, which at just £500 represents some serious inches for your buck
This very affordable DLP projector can fill a huge screen, but its performance issues will spook videophiles.
The headline feature has to be that you'll be able to play games and watch movies in lovely 1080p quality.
If you want a cinema-style experience in your own home, you'll definitely need a projector. Happily InFocus has one it wants to sell you, and it does 1080p for a little over £1,000