Projectors for film and television are now available for a fraction of the price of conventional projection equipment.article Voice projection equipment can cost up to $300 and can provide a high-quality image, but the equipment costs are starting to come down.
Now, a Canadian company is offering a projector for about $300 that’s essentially a small projector that uses voice to project an image onto a projector screen.
“I wanted to create a projector that was a little bit more affordable,” said Paul D’Esposito, the president and chief executive of the company that’s offering the project.
“It was really the cost of getting it into the hands of the consumer.”
The $300 projector uses voice projection technology to project images onto a screen.
It uses a pair of speakers that can control the image, and the device itself can be mounted on the wall.
The company is also offering a $500, $600 and $1,000 projector, which has a similar feature set, D’Eposito said.
But the company’s new projectors have the advantage of being much more affordable.
They’re not limited to traditional projection equipment and they can be installed in a variety of configurations, such as on a wall, in a cabinet or a closet.
“If you can make them portable, I think they’re very versatile,” D’Ensito said, adding that they’re also easy to install.
The $400 projector can project images into a room and also be used in a kitchen, bathroom or other space.
The projector’s voice-activated feature allows users to control it with a voice command.
It’s a good way to make people feel comfortable with their new projector.
“They’re also really convenient,” D ‘Esposita said.
The speakers can be turned off if they’re not needed.
The projectors are being sold by the company in three sizes: small, medium and large.
The company is asking for $75, $150 and $300 bids, and D’Emposito expects to be able to sell the projectors at a later date.
“We’ll have to see how the market evolves, and how much demand there is, but hopefully we’ll have a product ready in the next couple of months,” D Eposito told CBC News.
The device will also be made available to other manufacturers in Canada, D Etsito said in a statement.
He said the company expects to sell 20 to 30 of the projector units a month.
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