"For an immersive, ultrawide, and ultra-bright projection image that is easy to move and set up, the Predator Z850 is an attractive option for gaming anywhere you can find a clear wall. The cost is very high at $4999.99, even for a model with laser illumination now that Viewsonic has entered this area, and there are far less expensive conventionally-illuminated options (even considering bulb replacement over time), including Acer's own Z650 short-throw gaming projector. Still, the Predator Z850 is a truly plug-and-play experience, and it was dead simple to set up; requiring only seconds to level it off and adjust focus - and of course it needed only inches from the wall for a big picture. There are plenty of input/output options, and the 10W onboard speaker sounds OK, and means you can game even if you forget your speakers or headset."
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