Summary: Overall this product has exceeded what I had expected from such a small projector. I was initially worried about the brightness but during use it has allayed those fears. Overall it is a nice pocket projector with good scale, clarity, and brightness. The only problem I have is with compatibility.
Summary: I have to say that this product it compact, easy to use and is versatile. I bought it as a used item for about 30$ cheaper. Everything in the box was in tact and original packaging. The only cosmetic damage was to the box it comes in.
Summary: Personal Experience Well, I picked this up used but mint condition, under $200 so can't complain. Colors are very rich and vibrant, played PC games from 640x480 to 1280x768 all worked fine. Very quite as you wouldn't know it was on.
Summary: My wife uses it for enlarging artwork: she sketches at a convenient size, photographs the sketch, and the projects the image onto a large canvas for tracing. The device is handy and adequately bright to project an enlarged image in a well-lighted work area and is truly perfect for the application.
Summary: This is a tiny little power house which works great at 25 feet in a fairly dark room on a screen or white wall. It fits nicely in a computer bag along with the computer and is quick and easy to set up and run through simple slide or power point presentations.
Summary: I found the projector to be a good value ovrall but was dissapointed to find that there were some files E.G. with PDF and MP3 formats that the projector would not play from it's internal or chip memory. I had to test everything to see if it would play or not.
Summary: This is my second pico projector so I knew not to expect something that would fill a bright room. It does come with a lot of basic cables and even international plug adaptors but it does not come with a direct iphone/ipod cable.