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    Canon LV-7490 GE7090 XGA LCD Projector
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    Canon LV-7490 GE7090 XGA LCD Projector

    Item # 105133 OfficeMax # 23319311
    Extra-long lamp life for extended use
    • 1024 x 768 XGA resolution for crisp images.
    • Up to 4,000 lumens of brightness and 2000:1 contrast ratio.
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    Extra-long lamp life for extended use
    • 1024 x 768 XGA resolution for crisp images. 
    • Up to 4,000 lumens of brightness and 2000:1 contrast ratio. 
    • Up to 300" viewable screen size (diagonal). 
    • Up to 3,000 hours of lamp life, or up to 5,000 hours in quite mode. 
    • Analog RGB, component video, S-video, RCA video input, stereo audio and microphone inputs for easy connectivity. 

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    Item # 105133 
    Manufacturer # GE7090  
    brand name Canon
    model name GE7090
    image technology LCD
    white brightness (white light output) 4,000 lumens
    native resolution 1024 x 768
    maximum resolution 1920 x 1080
    aspect ratio 4:3
    contrast ratio 1,000:1 - 2,000:1
    maximum diagonal image size 300 inches
    average lamp life 3,000 hours
    warranty length 3-year limited
    postconsumer recycled content 0%
    total recycled content 0%

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    Canon LV-7490 LCD Projector - HDTV - 4:3 4 5 1 1
    Love it but... We just bought this projector and right out of the box I can tell you it is great. The only problem we have found is that we were spoiled by our previous Canon project because it had every connection I believe possible for the time I bought it, around 2003. I was use to having a DVI, and in this day and age every projector should have a HDMI as well, this projector has neither. Thank goodness for adapters. We use this projector as our home Theater projection and with 4000 lumens, in a room with the lights on, there is no problem except needing adapters to connect to your newer computers. February 13, 2013
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