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Aiming to be a one-stop shop for slumber parties and business meetings alike, the MovieMate projector from Epson combines a projector and a DVD player into one easy-to-tote package. It packs HDMI, PC, and Component / RGB inputs, in addition to built-in speakers. There's a handle for easy carrying,

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January 7, 2010 at 7:45AM
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We're not at all pleased by Epson's refusal to reveal the native resolution of its MovieMate 55, but judging by the $699 estimated street price, we'd bet it's no better than 1,024 x 768. At any rate, the 8.4-pound unit is designed more for sleepovers and summer camps than home cinema applications,

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We're not at all pleased by Epson's refusal to reveal the native resolution of its MovieMate 55, but judging by the $699 estimated street price, we'd bet it's no better than 1,024 x 768. At any rate, the 8.4-pound unit is designed more for sleepovers and summer camps than home cinema applications,

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Epson sure loves to stuff DVD players into its projectors, and while the newest duo has yet to make the jump to HD DVD or Blu-ray, they still look to be the perfect device for those who need movie projection on the go. The MovieMate 50 and MovieMate 72 are reportedly slated to land within a few mon

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To be honest, getting our hands (actually, just the camera) around each of Epson's forthcoming MovieMate devices proved to be quite challenging, and we got entirely too close to meeting security on unfriendly terms when we tried to whip these bad boys around for some shots of the back. Nevertheless

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Nah, Epson didn't bother bringing along any scanners or laptops to CEDIA, but for whatever reason, it seemed to forget half of the projectors we expected to see, too. Nevertheless, the HT-centric flavors were all in attendance, so feel free to check the gallery out and witness a wall (but regrettab

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Epson's booth was yet another mid-sized setup that seemed to stretch further up rather than expanding out. As you'd expect, there wasn't a whole heap of goods on the floor with Epson's name on it, but it did have a very sweet demonstration room in the middle for the weary to kick back and get absor

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