Summary: After looking at a lot of projectors, we finally decided on the InFocus IN114 for 2 main reasons. InFocus was one of the first on the scene with digital projectors and has a good reputation. The price that Amazon sells it for was a real bargain. The projector has been working perfectly.
Summary: I've been looking for a good quality projector at a reasonable price that has enough power to throw an image on a large screen for a large group. This projector fills the bill, and then some. I've been running it off my iPad mini with a VGA adaptor, and it works great. I opted for the XGA model although a slightly cheaper SVGA version exists.
Summary: I needed a projector to show Power Point presentations in a hurry and I did not have a lot of money. I had borrowed two projectors that I did not like. One was a Dell about the size of the InFocus, but it was not clear around the edges. The other was an old machine that did a great job but was huge. The IN114 DLP exactly fit my bill. It is compact, easy to set up and use and the image is crystal clear. It also came at a great price.
Summary: It is bright, has many adjustments for screen size and at 1024x768 res, a blu ray disc looked incredible on a 11 ft wide screen(outdoors). Just a reminder, to hook my Blu ray player to it, I had to purchase an rgb to vga adaptor.
Summary: Works well. Unit was bought as a replacement for another that failed 2 months after the warranty period. This one has a longer warranty, brighter picture, higher resolution and was simple to install. Easy to operate. It was also in the same price range as the older one. Good deal.
Summary: Our school purchased more than 20 Infocus projector and all of them are running well. It's bright and quite to fit in classroom environment. The long lasting bulb helps a lot to reduce the long term cost. The only cons is that the entry level Infocus models require us carefully measure the distance from the wall to get the best result.