Good BUT no keystone option, must place at 90 degrees to screen.
Peter M. Mockridge, Amazon
31 December 2012
Summary: I purchased this item used but in a like new condition for art projects. It was worth the money I spent. The projector has built in speakers, but they are pretty much worthless. I have a had time imagining a situation where they would actually be used verses actually hooking up a set of computer speakers to the video source device. My biggest problem with this unit is that it does not have a keystone option.
Summary: This is the coolest mini projector I have purchased. Ofcourse at 50 something lumens, the brightness is not something to be excited about, but it works pretty good in a dark room and the screen size is pretty good.
Summary: product is light and solid..ideal for someone who cannot afford a big tv or have no space for one. however i use it differently,therefore i would recommende it price is still a bit high for such a simple device but it may work for you.
Good projector, great price, perfect for my needs!
dani iadicicco, Amazon
2 February 2011
Summary: I read all the reviews for all the different projector products and chose this one. I wasn't expecting it to be an overly exceptional product, but I was surprised when I hooked it up. Let me start by saying that I would NOT use this for projecting a large version of a football game on a "guys night" and I definitely would use external speakers, however, in a classroom where it gets very dark, this is perfect.
Summary: First let me start with this- I was not looking for some professional home theater unit or some high end projector for presentations. I was looking for something small and portable that I could set up easily and and enjoy a flick or two while deployed to Afghanistan in the Army. This little gizmo was all that and then some. Being deployed you have very little space to lug things around and even littler space to call your own.
Summary: Personal Experience It exceeded my expectations with regards to picture quality, however i thought more cables could have been included especially the component cable for us geek freaks. Composite cables just don't do it any more, as high def. is the way forward. Good buy none the less worth every dollar especially at the $150 mark.
Summary: Man, I love this pocket projector, I was able to watch movies with my family, everyone loves it. Overall its a great projector for such a price paid (132$ - 10$) 122$ with free shipping :) Note: Setting up the focus of this device using the stand, will need time, and patience :(
Summary: I found the concept of a projector that could fit in your pocket intriguing. The price was reasonable, if it worked and 3M is a reputible company. Fifteen lumins didn't seem like a lot, but for my needs I figured it might work. The packaging was fist rate. It comes with a cute little tripod. I use it with my notebook when giving personal presentations. I have a 13" notebook so it is cozy to share the screen. In low light it works GREAT. Full light, not so much.