Originally Posted by R Harkness
That's a bit of a weird review to me. It's good at getting at much of the technical bits (lens misinformation excepted), but I was waiting for more enthusiasm in terms of visual impressions. "The projected image is very pleasing," - type remarks doesn't really give me any idea of where this projector sits in terms of image performance. And yet by the end they are concluding it gives up little to the much more expensive VW1000, so I'd expect a little more enthusiasm or description to seep through the review.
Ah well, I guess that's what forums like these can help. As end users of these products, we can give each other the kind of detailed descriptions and comparisons we are looking for.
If it proceeded the 1000ES I'm sure there would have been more enthusiastic accolades. The very fact that it is put in the same league as the 1000ES albeit with only a minor optical difference is indeed something to be excited about. At the price point it is selling for compared to its "BIGGER" 4K brother
I believe we should all be quite pleased.
Cup of tea anyone
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