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post #61 of 695
Does anyone know when exactly the HW300T is coming out? I'm just weighing things against the current HX300G.
post #62 of 695
announced for may but still no sign. spoked to lg germany and they have no clue either. so to all the responsible peoples ... "GIMME THAT PROJECTOR!!!"^^
post #63 of 695
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Originally Posted by travis_bickle View Post

announced for may but still no sign. spoked to lg germany and they have no clue either. so to all the responsible peoples ... "GIMME THAT PROJECTOR!!!"^^

Tell me about it. It's been frustrating for me as I really want to know if LG is going to go all cocky on the pricing and charge a grand for this or if the release of the HW300t will drive the MSRP prices of the HS201, HX301, and HX350t down.
post #64 of 695
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Tell me about it. It's been frustrating for me as I really want to know if LG is going to go all cocky on the pricing and charge a grand for this or if the release of the HW300t will drive the MSRP prices of the HS201, HX301, and HX350t down.

well did the price go down on the 201?
post #65 of 695
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well did the price go down on the 201?

Well, on some retailers it did go down a little already. We can't talk exact prices though, right?

With each passing week, I'm getting more "itchy" for the HX350t. Argh! Where is the HW300t!?
post #66 of 695
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LG are being very closed lipped with their releases this year! No one seems to have had any information on the HW300T since CES in January. On top of that LG seems to have had a lot of changed plans in regards to their LED nano TV launches for this year. I really hope LG sort their ideas out and actually start releasing some technology soon, or at the very least let everyone know a timeline for the releases.
If anyone gets a sniff of any more information regarding the HW300T, please let us know!
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They also use three of the machines in this video with warpalizer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trVoHxFywg8
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Here also :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzwPJnIFlf4
post #71 of 695
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Here also :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzwPJnIFlf4

Weird, is it just me or does this batch of devices look like black-abs plastic or something? What happened to the silver-brushed aluminum-like devices!?
post #72 of 695
those are edge blending pj,s?what model?
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missed the first vid
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Weird, is it just me or does this batch of devices look like black-abs plastic or something? What happened to the silver-brushed aluminum-like devices!?

Looks like LG dropped the silver brushed look of the prototype and went with a gloss black look instead. I just wish they had upped the lumen output while they were at it!
post #75 of 695
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those are edge blending pj,s?what model?

Three HW300Y (HW300T (US)) projectors using Warpalizer to blend the edges to create one picture.

*It is not three HX300G projectors as the Youtube poster put in the description. Sometimes you have to wonder what kind of people these websites send out to these shows to gather information or post the videos on Youtube, as they quite often get their information totally wrong!
post #76 of 695
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Looks like LG dropped the silver brushed look of the prototype and went with a gloss black look instead. I just wish they had upped the lumen output while they were at it!

That sucks. The aluminum would more than likely have better heat dissipation qualities I would imagine? And also, the premium look.

Ah well. Glad I got my HX350t now.
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Lumens?
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lumens?

250.
post #80 of 695
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Originally Posted by PoisonWolf View Post

250.

this shop states 300 ANSI
post #81 of 695
LG HW300TN is available on ebay at high price. anybody tried? any availability estimations for US market?
post #82 of 695
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LG HW300TN is available on ebay at high price. anybody tried? any availability estimations for US market?

That is expensive.
post #83 of 695
1290$!!!!
post #84 of 695
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1290$!!!!

I'm guessing the US street prices will be in 800 ~ 950 range. Lawl.
post #85 of 695
TV Tuner be damned.

At those prices, It would stand ZERO chance against the upcoming 500 Lumen units.
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649.99 english pounds in us dollars

$1,059.48

http://www.projectorshop24.co.uk/lg-...lg-hw300g.html
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Looks like LG decided to drive the leds a little harder in order to get the additional 50 lumens. I'm guessing that this should increase the initially reported spec a little bit with regards to the noise level.

Still, if LG thinks they can charge anywhere north of 750 for this PJ, it will be an autoflop.
post #90 of 695
But, doesn't the price of the European LG HX-300T include VAT, Value Added Tax, which would not be added to USA pricing ?
I expect LG will pay close attention to the pricing of similar pjs just introduced like the Vivitek Qumi as well as upcoming 500 lumens LED projectors with msrp of $700 and probably price the HX-300T at around $650, while advertising its unique DLNA and built-in digital tuner capabilities.
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