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Author Topic: FS - Dell 4310WX (Nearly New) with 3500 lumens  (Read 12008 times)
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« on: October 02, 2009, 10:13:11 am »

This recently released projector is designed for use in the Media Room, Boardroom and Classroom.  It delivers bright, high-contrast presentations with built-in stereo sound to supercharge your viewing experience.

I purchased it for one very important presentation--it completely met my expectations!  With only four operating hours, it genuinely is "just like new."

Price is $799, which is $300 - 400 less than the Dell price of $1,099 plus tax.

Please ask if you have any questions or would like additional details (EnnsDon@gmail.com). 


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« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2009, 10:28:50 am »

This recently released projector is designed for use in the Media Room, Boardroom and Classroom.  It delivers bright, high-contrast presentations with built-in stereo sound to supercharge your viewing experience.

I purchased it for one very important presentation--it completely met my expectations!  With only four operating hours, it genuinely is "just like new."

Price is $799, which is $300 - 400 less than the Dell price of $1,099 plus tax.

Please ask if you have any questions or would like additional details (EnnsDon@gmail.com). 

make, model, a "real" picture please.
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« Reply #2 on: October 02, 2009, 01:06:55 pm »

make, model, a "real" picture please.


Thanks for the complement!! This is a "real" picture that I took several days ago of the Dell projector, model 4310WX.  It is native WXGA (1280x800) and includes a remote control with integrated laser pointer.  I have attached an additional picture and will be very happy to answer any questions or provide additional information--EnnsDon@gmail.com


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« Reply #3 on: October 02, 2009, 01:44:27 pm »

make, model, a "real" picture please.


Thanks for the complement!! This is a "real" picture that I took several days ago of the Dell projector, model 4310WX.  It is native WXGA (1280x800) and includes a remote control with integrated laser pointer.  I have attached an additional picture and will be very happy to answer any questions or provide additional information--EnnsDon@gmail.com

Compliment ?

this is a real picture i found on the website for this projector.
http://www.aboutprojectors.com/Dell-4310WX-projector.html
sure looks like your "real" picture you took several days ago.


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« Reply #4 on: October 02, 2009, 02:00:34 pm »

Should be 3500 lumens. Sorry, but I own one and I don't thinks that is a very good price.  Once open, once used its a used unit. Dell has put this unit on sale twice now for 899.00.  Just my thoughts.   rs
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« Reply #5 on: October 02, 2009, 02:42:05 pm »

I agree with movieman. I own a 1609WX and even thought that 4310WX is a good projector the price is a bit off.
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« Reply #6 on: October 02, 2009, 06:52:25 pm »

The 1609 shows a nice picture too. Also own this one.   rg
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« Reply #7 on: October 02, 2009, 11:13:05 pm »

The 1609 shows a nice picture too. Also own this one.   rg

Thanks, Movieman, for correcting the brightness "typo," 3500 ANSI lumens is correct.  Just wish someone would have offered me a nearly new 4310WX for $799 when I purchased, which required an additional sales tax of 10% for Chicago/Cook County.

Must admit, Movielover, that I am disappointed in your false accusations. It is a violation of copyright laws to use someone else's photos.  Please look carefully and I think you will notice that the pictures are different sizes and actually do look different.
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« Reply #8 on: October 03, 2009, 02:59:50 am »

The problem with Dell is their pricing.  When I first went to buy both units I check both the Dell site and an other site. Prices were different. That was on the same night. The next morning I went back to Dell and the price was different. They put up these quick sale prices and as fast as they go up they go away. If you tell them hey yesterday it was $, They say that was yesterday.   rs
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« Reply #9 on: October 03, 2009, 05:58:50 am »

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Must admit, Movielover, that I am disappointed in your false accusations. It is a violation of copyright laws to use someone else's photos.

Interesting numbering system you have there for your home photos _PAS5899Back2.jpg ?

So do you photograph everything with soft lights like the professionals do, complete with infinity edges? What brand of lighting do you use? Which of YOUR internet sites did you take the shot from?

Or should we just be even more disappointed in you? Its not the first time people have tried to be dishonest on the web, how do we know if you even have a projector to sell?

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« Reply #10 on: October 03, 2009, 06:40:46 am »

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Must admit, Movielover, that I am disappointed in your false accusations. It is a violation of copyright laws to use someone else's photos.

Interesting numbering system you have there for your home photos _PAS5899Back2.jpg ?

So do you photograph everything with soft lights like the professionals do, complete with infinity edges? What brand of lighting do you use? Which of YOUR internet sites did you take the shot from?

Or should we just be even more disappointed in you? Its not the first time people have tried to be dishonest on the web, how do we know if you even have a projector to sell?

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Thankyou Movielover

just trying to be a good neighbor... if i am wrong i can and will apologize.

i can not see any difference in the pictures, except for the fact that mine is not cropped and of course mine is smaller because i included the whole set.

it just strikes me that every site i have looked at, 4 total, including the dell site has the same "real" picture you said you took.
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« Reply #11 on: October 03, 2009, 08:47:58 am »


Interesting numbering system you have there for your home photos _PAS5899Back2.jpg ?

So do you photograph everything with soft lights like the professionals do, complete with infinity edges? What brand of lighting do you use? Which of YOUR internet sites did you take the shot from?

Or should we just be even more disappointed in you? Its not the first time people have tried to be dishonest on the web, how do we know if you even have a projector to sell?

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Thankyou Movielover

Sunlight is a wonderful light source, especially when supplemented with the fill-flash capabilities of a Nikon semi-professional camera. Post processing software at the rawfile level provides special options for managing photos.  A narrow depth of field certainly provides soft edge capabilities.

The attached photo further demonstrates that the numbering system is uniquely mine.  The prefix identifies which of the several user defined settings modes was used for the picture. 

The attached photo also verifies that the projector has four operating hours.  Search "4310WX" on eBay for further evidence that this is a real, nearly new projector for sale.  With the capability of 368" maximum screen size at 10 meters, it might be of interest to readers of this forum.

Bottom line:  "Or should we just be even more disappointed in you?" is, in my view, an unfortunate misstatement.  Perhaps I am old fashioned, but I value civility in public discourse.


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« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2009, 08:53:35 am »

That was my first reaction to the 'real'  picture. Bogus.

You guys are being too nice. His first post and he's trying to peddle something?

Sorry dude, you've been exposed. Try Craigslist, you'll find an easy mark there............maybe
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« Reply #13 on: October 03, 2009, 09:08:50 am »

maybe i'm not being clear enough... i would like to see some pictures of the unit sitting on your kitchen / dining room table. maybe you holding the unit or having your dog if you have one sit beside it... oh, that would be an RCA then, sorry wrong make  Grin

or do you take the pictures and sell them to Dell and other sites, because like i said above all the sites i looked at, including dell is the same pictures you posted.
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« Reply #14 on: October 03, 2009, 09:13:51 am »

OK, I'll take your word for it that the pictures are yours and you are on the up and up.

I'll offer you 20 bucks and you pay for shipping, that includes an autographed photo of the unit.
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