Summary: I finally got around to using this. I bought it on special. One problem is that to change your viewing angle, you have to stick a book under it. Also, I had to buy a cable to hook it to my computer. Dang there sure are a lot of different kinds of cables out there. But it is very small and portable so that is nice.
Summary: I bought this wanting a small projector to hook up my video games to but after getting it in the mail I noticed that it didn't have any of the right ports. All of the ports besides a few USB ports were custom and the hook UPS for them had to be bought separate from the company. I tried going to best buy to buy the right adapters and they told me they had never seen something that would fit the port labeled A/V. I was very dissatisfied and shipped it back to amazon.
Summary: The main reasons why I bought this product was for its portability and image quality have they said in the video, and especially the security provided by the 3M brand. Now the disappointment is that I live in El Salvador, and here I can not find the video cable to connect from my laptop to pass my videos from my DVD, I bought the MP220 for the purpose of using it in my classroom with my students and now I see that I have a great limitation on use.
Summary: This projector doesn't come with VGA/AV cable with is the essential of a project must have. Check with 3M this model had been obsoleted and same goes with the accessories. Can't find anywhere.
Dont buy unless using with apple brand products(ipod, iphone, mac computers)
Andrew Pitcher, Amazon
28 December 2013
Summary: I bought this because I thought it would be fun to hook up my video game consoles (Xbox 360, ps3, Wii, etc.) or my Dell Laptop......well there is no way to do it. The projector only has this weird VGA/AV input and the only cables I can find to fit are made for Apple brand products only Like IPods and Mac laptops. Which I don't own any. Not everybody has an ipod or mac.
Summary: Great projector for a small group in a small venue. As suggested by prior reviewers, it doesn't work well for a large, long distance venue. Worked well for me, and is very useful in the proper setting.