Cheapest workable pocket projector with hd camcorder
AL AMIN, Amazon
20 June 2011
Summary: This Projector is an excellent gadget to carry as an HD camcorder (720p) and project it where the usual displaying device is not easily accessible. The lumen is kind of low but as a pocket projector you get what you paid for. It is perfectly serving the purpose for which I bought it. The quality of the recorded video is excellent at HD mode. Above all I am enjoying it.
Summary: This projector will project a very small image in a very dark room, but that's about it. I had no problem projecting pictures and videos taken with the device, but couldn't get any files downloaded. I found the instructions were not adequate. It's more of a novelty. Did not work for what I needed it for.
Summary: This is a smart product and its multifunctionality caught my attention and i bought it. It has a decent camera and a decent projection quality. It certainly can be useful in certain scenarios and at the very least a good gadget to show off in friends. I bought it more as a small projector (with additional abilities as bonus) However one cannot charge the battery while the projection is on. In my opinion, this is a rookie mistake.
Summary: Bought this to review gymnastics skills and to use as a coaching tool. The resolution on the projector is great and makes it easy to show the athletes what they are doing. Would like a frame by frame or slow feature but for the price this serves its purpose well. Battery life seems fine and video quality is good. Also like the face that you can connect other sources for projection. Am very happy with this purchase.
Summary: I've looked for information on this product for roughly a month now, and found it very difficult to come by. Normally there are lots of Amazon reviews, forum posts, third-party reviews, etc., but not with this product so far. I ended up buying it anyway, so I'll try to contribute with a fairly in-depth review after less than a week of ownership. First off, it's the same basic product as the 3M Shoot 'N Share CP40.
Summary: Just picked this up as a gift for my Dad, pretty impressed, it will fit his needs for sure. At first I picked up the 3M CP40 which looks identical from the outside. But don't be fooled, the Viewsonic offers a bit more and for not much more. Key differences: 1. Viewsonic can project from a laptop via USB, 3M cannot. 2. Viewsonic comes with a remote, 3M does not. Connecting to a device is simple, even from USB, just install the driver and it's ready to go.