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Next up for Epson projector overviews: the Epson PowerLite 1940W. This model features a Split Screen function that lets you project from two sources at once. Pretty cool. Read more about it in the full overview by clicking here.
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If you're looking for a home theater projector but aren't willing to spend as much as the Home Cinema 8350, then you might want to consider the PowerLite Home Cinema 710HD. Read the full overview here.
As its name indicates, the PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 from Epson is geared toward home theaters. This is a 1080p high-definition projector with an impressive contrast ratio and a strong zoom. Read the full overview here to see why it justifies its price tag.
Next and last up for the trio of Epson EX projectors: the EX7210. Just what makes this one stand apart from the other two models? For one thing, it's geared toward widescreen content. Read about this and more by clicking here.
Next up in the close-up Epson overviews: the EX5212. This projector is a step-up from the EX3212, but is it worth that $100. Click here for an in-depth analysis of its specs.
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The Pen Mouse from Genius is just as it sounds, and it operates even better than one might expect. Although I did experience some unforeseen difficulty, the learning curve was surprisingly gentle. Click here to read the full review of this ambidextrous mouse.
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