ProjectorPeople Cyber Monday Deals
Panasonic's PT-AE3000U at $2,299 and Sanyo's PLV-Z700 at $1,599 highlight the projector deals at the online retailer.
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ProjectorPeople.com’s online Cyber Monday deal ends today
December 01, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

Yes, we wish every Monday were Cyber Monday. The big online sales day that’s emerged in recent years as an added bonus to Black Friday shoppers is today, and we found some good deals over at ProjectorPeople.com.

The retailer is finishing off its Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales period and there’s still time for you to cash in and grab a new projector for your theater room.

If you pop in the coupon code “THANKYOU” you can earn $50 to $200 off select products. There’s also one nifty piece, the DVDO Edge video processor, that’s been brought down to a flat price of $599, no coupon required—it’s original ship price was $799.

Highlights of the sale include:

  • $200 off the NEW Panasonic PT-AE3000U 1080p, to $2,299
  • $50 off Mitsubishi HC1600 720p, to $799
  • $200 off the NEW Sanyo PLV-Z700 1080p (first-time discount), to $1,599
  • $50 off the NEW Sanyo PLV-Z60 720p (first-time discount), to $945

Visit http://www.projectorpeople.com/projectors/blowout.asp?tab=coup to check out those items and others during the sale.

The PT-AE3000U has made big noise since its release because of its memory zoom setting for 2.35:1 aspect ratio movies in particular.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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