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LG PF1000U Ultra Short Throw Projector Giveaway

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the only projector anybody would ever need! The possibilities are endless! Definitely a really cool product


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Amazingly versatile, it seems like a more than decent fixed projector but it's also pretty portable, I never thought that projectors needed anything better beyond better resolution and more energy/thermal efficient, but this is a nice step into making projectors a more viable solution for other situations.

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This looks really cool! I've been looking for a projector so that I don't need to bring a 2nd monitor with me up to school to use as a tv, and this would look great for the movies I have as well as games. I might get one even if I don't win.

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So sweet. I'd get rid of my TV so fast 


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This is the sort of thing i need ive tried adding projectors in my living room but because of how small my rooms are i only get around a 60 inch were this i would prob get the full wall which would mean i can get a good surround sound system and show some movies on play on the Xbox one at full screen which is what i have been trying to do for a while the prices off the bulbs must cost a lot as the projector is a heavy price...

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It'd be interesting to see what kind of desk mods could come out of something like this - flush mount it so you have a monitor-free desktop, or something similar. The creative juices are flowing.

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It's incredible that its possible to have a 200" display that anyone can carry in their backpack.

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On 7/15/2016 at 11:59 PM, SamStrecker said:

No most projectors are 1:1 or the same speed as a monitor

was making a comment that my hardcore smash playing friends would say

they refuse to play on anything that is not a crt tv/monitor......

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This would make one awesome home theater set up! Just pair with some surround sound and let the Game Of Thrones marathon begin.

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Looks fantastic, I love the fact it works from 15" from the wall and the size of it! That's unbelievable, I simply cannot believe LG have managed to create something of such capabilities. Bluetooth and the smart TV features - it's just a masterpiece!


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I think the PF1000U projector looks really cool and you could even build theater with that. I would use it to watch films and play super smash bros

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DSC_2663-Edit_full.jpgI think this little beauty looks like exactly what I'd want for my new apartment. 

 

I've got this one blank white wall in the main living space that I've been contemplating getting a projector for, but without being able to mount on the ceiling I wasn't sure what my options really were.

 

I'm curious how it stacks up to other short throw offerings from the likes of asus et al.

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Very cool projector! The ultra short throw looks very handy for projecting in a small room on a big screen.

Very practical due to its small size and the low weight... especially if you compare it to a 100" monitor or TV. ;) 

I Would probably use it to play games in my bedroom and turn the whole wall into a big screen and I would also use it at work. (at events and on stage and stuff) 

 

 

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I never could have a projector becouse it isnt cheap in croatia i dont know why i am even doing this.. i probably wont get it........ this sounds very klishey i just want it soo bad

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On 10/07/2016 at 5:48 AM, 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 hi and give LG a follow over on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LGUS

 

*Entries close on 7/18/2016. 

 

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!

 

 

I still can belive it does 200 

 

 

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