Enter the Epson MegaPlex MG-50 3LCD projector. Epson was offering refurbished versions of this device, which brand new runs for $699.99, for a staggering $239 shipped. That is an incredible deal under any circumstances but gets even better when you realize what the MegaPlex MG-50 3LCD has to offer.
The MegaPlex MG-50 3LCD projector from Epson is a self-contained home theater projector that comes equipped with loud, built-in speakers, a convenient carrying handle for easy portability and a dock that is compatible with 30-pin Apple devices, allowing you to connect an iPod, iPhone or other Apple product.
By connecting one of the compatible Apple devices you have the ability to project any videos or movies you have purchased from iTunes. In addition to that, you can also project movies from Netflix and YouTube, though other video streaming services, like Hulu Plus, HBO Go and others do not work as they unfortunately do not support this type of video output. On the plus side this projector does come with VGA and HDMI inputs which allows you to connect literally any type of external device, including DVD players, Blu-Ray players, gaming consoles, PCs, laptops, etc...
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Regardless of what you connect to the MegaPlex MG-50 3LCD you are guaranteed to get 2,200 lumens of brightness thanks to the projector's 3LCD engine. Although while this output is pretty good there is one downside and that is the resolution of the projector. The MegaPlex maxes out at only 960 x 540 pixels, which is just under high definition. While this resolution is pretty good for casual movie watching it probably won't do the trick for avid movie aficionados.
However, if you are looking for a solid, portable projector for an astounding deal then you can't go wrong with this refurbished deal from Epson. Discounts like this don't come around every day so it's essential that you strike while the iron is hot and snag one of these while you have the chance. Like I said, most people are preoccupied with the high-end spectrum of the projector market but it can definitely benefit you to look into the low-end every now and then.