Summary: Let me get this out first,i am someone who has ZERO experience with projectors.And now the overview first as i will try to do a video review at a later date.Taking this item out of the box,i was very pleasantly surprised with the way things were arranged and the cables included.Items include 3 power...
Summary: I wanted a really portable system and this fit the bill nicely. No it is not going to compete with the big boys on output. So if the presentation area is bright or you need more bells and whistles, this wouldn't be a great choice.
Summary: This device will literally fit in my hands, it's that small. I love the size and functionality of the 3M. The device is not meant to replace the high quality projectors used for full scale presentations. It's made for quick, on the go use, or for home movies and the like.
Summary: The wow factor here is the size. This thing is teeny. It was pretty easy to connect up and use. I'm not sure it would be great in a large room, but a small conference room would work great. I projected it onto my dining room wall. It was much brighter than I anticipated.
Summary: I wondered how will this little projector would do as far as brightness, clarity, and color brilliance. It doesn't disappoint. Remember though, it is a small little projector. It's not one of the behemoths, so it doesn't hold up to the big players, but for what it is, it's pretty amazing.
Summary: this is an awesome little projector. I have it hooked up to my dish network via hdmi,with a set of external speakers,and projected on a white wall. watching a basketball or Canadian league football game is awesome. from where I have it set up I get a 114 inch picture.
Summary: This is a new generation projector for showing computer or DVD images on a screen or wall. It's new generation in many ways: first of all, it's much smaller than other "portable" projectors. It actually fits in one hand and is very lightweight.
Big punch, tiny body. Simple/easy, bright, impressive.
W. C. Bryant, Amazon
19 July 2012
Summary: Pulling this tiny projector out of the box, I had relatively muted expectations. Frankly, I expected to see it struggle with image clarity and brightness when stretching the distance/size of the projected field. I expected it to have a bit of a delay. I expected it to be loud.
Summary: Several things lured me to this product. First, it is very compact. It is really remarkable how small this projector is, especially if you are used to those bulky projectors that hang from the ceiling of your conference rooms.