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.
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: This was one of those situations in which I should have read what "wasn't there" to read. The unit will not let you connect other items to it to project without purchasing additional hardware.
Summary: Don't be fooled... this is a nice unit <IF> you only want to use it as a standalone projector. Despite what the tech writeup may say, you CANNOT purchase ANYWHERE the proprietary VGA cable for this unit (if you want to project your laptop thru it). A reply I just got back from 3M said to return the unit and purchase a newer model that has standard HDMI output. Sure, try to get the seller to take it back after 2 months.
Summary: I guess this projector might work okay, but I never was able to get it to work since it required extra cables to get it to work with my iPad or iPhone and those cables are no longer available. I returned mine.
Summary: This item has such limited functionality that I would suggest looking elsewhere for your projection needs. This is a confusing product. I am generally proud of 3M products but this item just doesn't seem to do what it is supposed to do. There seems to be done software issue or something because the item seems incapable of predicting anything with any sort of motion. No matter how the images were converted projecting moron on a PowerPoint just didn't seem possible.