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Epson on the Road

Epson has always done extremely well in the market for presentation projectors. If you do much presentation work, especially on the road, the Epson 745c is a unit you will want to be familiar with. It only weighs 3.9 lbs, and it puts out more light per pound than any projector ever built. We've just posted Bill's review, of this hot little projector.

For those who have been emailing, the review of the Sharp Z2000 is underway. We will be posting it by next Tuesday if all goes according to plan. We also have the NEC HT510 and HT410 in the mill. A review of the Canon Realis SX50 is being scheduled as well.

In addition, we are in the final stages of testing for a major site expansion. It will be an exciting release for us, and one that a lot of you have been asking about for a long time. We will release it when the webmaster says its ready to go. That of course is a hard date to predict. All of those on our email list will be notified by email when the newly expanded site goes live.

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