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LG PF1000U Ultra Short Throw Projector Giveaway

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Weirdest looking projector I've ever seen. :P


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I've seen this projector once before on Techmoan's channel too, and it looks very cool. Would be a fantastic replacement for the old 22" monitor I see movies on. No TV. 

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11 hours ago, CPotter said:

To coincide with tonight's video release, LG has given us two units of their PF1000U Short Throw Projectors to giveaway! This will be a worldwide giveaway with no age restrictions, see below for entry details.

PF1000U

Purchase Link: http://bit.ly/29tAdg7

 

 

To enter the giveaway:

 

1. Comment below, tell us your thoughts about the PF1000U projector.

 

2. Go say hello and give LG a follow over on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LGUS

 

*Entries close on 7/16/2016. 

 

The winner will be announced randomly, and you'll see their names edited into the bottom of this post. I will also DM the winners, and they'll have 72 hours to respond.

 

 

 

Thanks Everyone! :) Good Luck!

 

 

This looks short and compact, perfect for     traveling with. Also seems like it would be energy efficient enough to be mobile. This would be awesome to watch movies on anywhere I would go!

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The first thing that caught my eye with this projector is the Beautiful work it can do with such a short distance from the wall, most projectors people acquire into for their home theaters pale in comparison because of how far away it has to be to get a good size frame, and at the distances of projection almost all color is flushed out. This project can turn any free space into an interesting area. Hope to win, keep up the hard work on all of your platforms!

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Ive been looking for a short throw projector on ebay, craigslist, etc.. for over two years now. But have never been able to find anything in my "willing to spend" bracket. No one willing to trade either. This could be my chance!! Thanks LTT!


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I could see using this at conventions I go to for both PC and paper and pencil gaming. It would also be great at some local LAN events.

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This projector is a godsend for the people who'd like a nice projector/home theater setup but aren't able to do so because of all those restrictions imposed by a regular projector such as height, distance, mounting etc... Love it.

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Sweet- always wanted to switch from TV to a projector and I'm surprised that in 2016 they arent as popular as they should be and the one from LG presents itself amazingly. To play or watch movies with friends on screen like that is irreplaceable and it's exactly the opposite of whats happening to kids nowadays- everyone watching their own smartphone screen instead of playing together :) 

 

Cheers from Poland! 

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Projector looks amazing!  I own a small business where I do a LOT of team training and this projector would be excellent in taking the place of the projector that my kids took over for their gaming.  Oh, ok...  I'd let them use this one for gaming too...  when I'm not. ;) 

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Isn't it just like this extremely ballen looking  projector which they showed off at CES this year (the expensive one) just in a smaller version (and a bit less expensive too)?! That's awesome!

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I think it's pretty interesting that you could easily have a 200" 'TV' with a white wall and this projector. Very cool indeed. But I wonder if you could remove the mirror that bounces the image...

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