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Epson Moviemate 33 All-In-One Projector and Screen.

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No, the screen isn't built in, you dolt. The only things crammed into this box is the 480p res projector, a JVC DVD player, and tiny, impotent 10-watt stereo speakers. We like cubes of convenience, and this one ships with an 80-inch screen that the Moviemate can fill up from a little more than 6 feet away, in either 16:9 or 4:3 ratios. Even from strange angles, thanks to the set's vertical and horizontal lens shift. This update to the Moviemate line adds a VGA input and cables for component video in. Jump to see a side view and to read more...

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The 3LCD projector puts out 1,200 lumens, and uses a triple LCD setup to control the picture. No word on contrast ratio, but for $1200 dollars with screen, you can bet it won't be high end.

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Comes with an illuminated remote. Strange: Look at the power plug input on the front of the projector.
There are models with the signature of 30 and 32 that don't come with the screen.

Epson Moviemate 33 [Stuff Magazine UK]

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DISCUSSION

Power cord location's logical because we'll be staring at the "back" of it the whole time, what with the "front" pointed at the television and therefore closest to the source of any other cords.

And if it's the Accolade Duet screen that it comes with, it's a pretty sweet unit. Folds up ridiculously small, stand and all, and then easily unfolds, using only one person, to 4:3 or 16:9 ratios with ease. I want one of these.

Oh, and contrast ratio's 1000:1. Nothing spectacular, but it was designed with darkened home theaters in mind, not bright conference rooms.