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I have a 1 year old MacBook Pro. I create slide shows and video shows that I would like to be able to share on the big screen. What projector works well with this computer providing good quality images and seamless integration. My budget- let's say under $1000. Yes, my Mac has the mini display port.
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Most any good quality DLP projector will work well with your MBP. We have an older Dell which works great but it doesn't do high resolution. Look for a projector that does hi-res and one that uses energy saving technology for the lamp. (replacement lamps are very expensive) Also one that has both DVI and HDMI inputs. The higher the lumen rating (output) the brighter and more vivid the colors will be on the screen.
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