This sounds so perfect (especially if discounted 30%) but yet so vague that I'm really worried. All I can find on the web is the same press release from the Jan CES and the german page, which has pix that look like they're from a handout. Did/does Infocus actually have a working model? Is this more vaporware? I CAN wait for Christmas, but it wouldn't be easy. If no one sees a working model at the NY show in May, I don't see how it would be out by summer. The infocushome web site is really upbeat and consumer-oriented, but vague; the infocus home site doesn't mention it.
Still, this is a good sign that the presentation-projector makers are seriously looking at the HT market. Prices HAVE to come down under 5K$ to compete with the "boxes". The Yamaha DPX-1 was listed over 10K$, and has less features than the Infocus - but at least they had a working model. Where is Sony, etc.? If the Infocus models actually hit 2/3.5K$ street, we should get in line to buy one now! But... "Is it real, or is it Microsoft?" Infocus can steal the market IF they release soon, or they may just be jerking us around to prevent sales to NEC, etc.