LCD Projector For Kids Only $199.95

Posted: Oct 22 2007, 10:42am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:27am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
LCD Projector for Kids only $199.95
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There seems to be a new product category emerging of very low-cost projectors for kids and gaming that feature hair raisingly poor specifications. Over the weekend we reported about the Low-cost Phantiq Video Game Projector V.3 that sells for $179.99.

Gadget store Hammacher Schlemmer has a multimedia projector for kids that sells for a similar low price of $199.95.
Hammacher has not been very forward on the hard specifications for this projector, but what is to be expected from a 35W bulb. The image this LCD projector can create is supposed to range up to 60". AV cables to connect to DVD players and such are included.
More details on Hammacher.

I bet your kids would rather get the Star Wars R2-D2 Home Theater System, which you might also appreciate.

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