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LG PF1000U Ultra Short Throw Projector Giveaway

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Its just amazing.. To be able to pull off something of that size and functionality shows how LG is determined to have a plan, and to successfully implement it in a seamless way. I'm sure it was a handful, or two, but the beauty and difference in appearance catches the eye and leaves you just waiting to see how it works. Awesome!

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Hello from Australia. We currently share a very sad second hand tv with our kids and have been trying to save for a small, affordable projector to watch tv and movies in another room when the kids go to bed. This LG looks so good. To the point ive recomended it to others who can buy a new one. Thanks for the great show and great reviews. 

-Mitch

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i like the fact that this badboy only pulls 100W maxed out!  it won't feel like sitting in sauna when watching a movie in a smaller room. :D 

 

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Well...i really like the short distance at which it projects...and it would be super cool to hide it in a cabinet so you can't see it normally but if you turn it on...BAM :D
more importantly...i really would like to have it because im a student and can't afford it...

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This is such an incredible product! The fact they can get something this small, when only a few years back to have that quality and size image you'd need a MASSIVE projector.. It'd be perfect for a Uni pad, bedroom or anywhere tbh! Big thanks to LG & LTT group to allow two people to experience what the new high-end in projectors is like for free, good luck to everyone entering!

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thats really kool, I've seen a few short throw projectors in schools and things but none with this for factor. most have bee big and cumbersome. So this small, mobile projector is way better! It's strange that I was thinking it would be nice to have a projector rather than a TV for a bigger image :)

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Really excited about this giveaway! I've always been interested in getting a projector for home theater use.  I've also always thought it would be super fun to throw up a sheet and use this thing outdoors to watch sports or play games on the side of the house with my family.  Thanks to LTT and LG for the giveaway.  Good luck everyone!

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a premium small but at the same time big projector (big screen) it would easily fit everywhere, i've been dreaming of a projector my whole life this would be a perfect start.

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Dear Linus and the rest of the LMG crew,

 

  If it falls to me to get this marvelous LG PF1000U projector I would have a very interesting application to test it and maybe that could become a subject for one of your next video.

I wonder whether could one build your own holographic display using only this projector and thin transparent foil.

Simply we need to place at some angle a screen made of a very thin and pellucid plastic foil which is marked with cyan color at the picture below. I haven't tested it yet, but probably something like this sticky foil with which comestibles are wrapped could be sufficient.

 

Probably, now you wonder why I placed two parallel screens when single will work well.

Because LG PF1000U is capable of projecting on so huge spaces, we could add a real depth to our

holographic projection. Image denoted as red would be perceived as in the foreground, whereas the green one would be viewed as the background.

 

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I hope you'll find this application interesting.

 

Best wishes,

 

Adam

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I've been using a projector for off and on 5 years now. I am differently happy to see this development on projectors. I'm always limited by the distance I have between my target wall and the target wall.

 

I would love to get my hands on this projector and do some reviews on it.

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Awesome looking projector, so many applications for games and other activities. Would love to have one looks totally awesome :)

And thanks for the great video keep up :D

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Well, the input at the front will make it much easier to maintain cable management without having cables cross the whole table in most configurations. With this projector, you can just put those cables under the table (assuming the projector is placed at the end of the table). It's small form factor and ability to display big images from a very short distance is making this product just badass. But because of the short distance, you can't use it for one of those cool setups without any monitors but having a table standing a couple of meters in front of a wall with a projector beaming the image onto it. And I wasn't able to find a DisplayPort on the images. In conclusion, I would still love to have it for some special situations, like a conference meeting with the projector screen placed very near the table.

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We are lucky to live in this age :D:D. So many cool things are made B|


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Looks good, Pity it doesnt have a built in battery but with a lamp giving decent lumens would just drain it too quick i guess. Would love one to replace my oudated CRT tv

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Incredible! short throw and led illumination sound like perfect features for this projector to replace a tv at home! I would love to have one

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