My point is this: HX350t has no scaling issues. It is an XGA projector. Having black bars is necessary. If it didnt, it would be an issue. That's all. 16:9 content does not stretch. Only the HW300t has scaling issues.
Do your research before calling out resolution issues on the HX350t. You sound like an ignoramus.
Only the HW300t has scaling resolution issues.
The HX350t might be an XGA projector, but it's a damn fine one that probably has colors the clones can only dream of churning out.
While it is a bore, you can tell that the plot movement was due to budget restrictions (costs a lot to film in a city).
Either way, I can assure you that the way they tied up the first half of season 2 was as best as they could given their restrictions.
Just remember that the Walking Dead has always been about the psychology of the humans and not so much the zombies!
You are correct about the difference in lumens, hence the "about 300 lumens".
I don't know much about either as I do not own the HX300g nor the HW300t.
The one I do own is the HX350t; the bigger brother of the HX300g. It's 300 lumens with the same 4:3 ratio and 1024x768 resolution plus a built-in TV Tuner. I made a thread a while back talking about it and you can find it here.
I'm very pleased with the HX350t even though it's not HD or Full HD (for me this is not a deal...
Projectors are just a niche class of products in general. LED projectors are even more so.
Nothing more to it really. It could be that retailers like Bestbuy think that it's not even worth the shelf-space to import these things. Lawl.