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Next up, Amazon is offering the ViewSonic PJD5223 XGA DLP Projector for $300 with free shipping, the lowest price ever.  We have seen this projector sell for upwards of $500 but is typically around $350 from a couple retailers.  It will cost you $390 purchased directly from ViewSonic.  Forget small TVs, hook this up to your game, computer or TV system and start enjoying entertainment on an entire wall.  The PJD5223 features a 1024×768 resolution, 120Hz/3D-ready, and 2700 Lumens for a super bright image that can even be enjoyed during the daytime.

Head below the fold to check out the full specs for both projectors.

Optoma 150 Lumen WVGA LED Projector:

  • Bring gaming excitement alive with quick connection to leading gaming systems
  • Excellent sound and big screen display create an entrancing viewing experience
  • Environmentally friendly LED technology requires no maintenance
  • Connect to the broadest possible array of devices including iPods/iPhones (via 30-Pin dock connection), game consoles, Blu-ray players and more
  • Convenient remote puts control menu and playback options right in your hands
  • Universal Dock compatible with all iPhone/iPod models with video capability (for iPhone 5 compatibilty, Lightning Digital AV Adapter required)
  • 150 Lumens – 100 more lumens than the Neo-i!
  • 16-watt stereo audio with DSP & Bass Reflex technologies create sound equivalent to a 40-watt system with rich bass response & clarity
  • Truly portable, lightweight at 2.2 pounds, instant on/off & cool-operating temperature
  • Optional high-power battery pack for untethered operation
  • Project large widescreen images of up to 120 inches (diagonal)
  • 2,000:1 contrast ratio for detailed images
  • LED light source lasts over 20,000 hours while producing excellent color
  • HDMI & VGA ports, for a full range of connection options
  • Convenient remote included to control menu & playback options

This package includes the Optoma GT200, WVGA, 150 Lumens, All-in-One LED Gametime Projector, power adapter, standard A/V cable (RCA to mini-jack), remote control, battery for remote, Apple universal dock adapters, CD-ROM use

ViewSonic PJD5223 XGA DLP Projector:

Today’s Tech.Woot is the Optoma 150 Lumen WVGA LED Projector with Apple 30-Pin Dock for a low $160 Shipped.  That’s $90 less than Amazon’s current price for the same model and 73% off the list price of $600.  Amazon customers gave it favorable reviews with 4.1/5 stars.

The Optoma gets up to 120 inches in WVGA (854 x 480 pixels) resolution in 16:9 format for immersive viewing of movies, and with 16 watts of digitally tuned audio output. The Optoma has a sleek, oval design, and only weighs 2.2 pounds and measures 3.1 x 12.8 x 8.9 inches.

iPhone? Xbox? Blu-ray? You got it, this’ll project the living bejeezus out of it!

  • XGA 1024×768 DLP projector, 2700 ANSI Lumens, 3000:1 Contrast, 1.1x Optical Zoom Lens
  • Throw Ratio 1.97?2.17:1, Multiple inputs: Dual RGB in, composite, s-video, RGB out, audio in/out, RS232, Supports HD 720p and 1080i/p
  • 120Hz/3D-ready, Digital keystone correction +/- 40°, 2 Watt Integrated Speaker
  • Portable 5.7 lbs weight, Lamp life: 5000/6000 (Normal/Eco), Apple Mac compatible
  • 8 preset picture modes, including, bright, cinema, whiteboard, etc., Eco Mode for energy savings, longer lamp life and reduced operating noise,
  • 8 preset picture modes, including, bright, cinema, whiteboard, etc., Eco Mode for energy savings,
  • Longer lamp life and reduced operating noise, Remote control with batteries included
  • Remote control with batteries included

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