Summary: One of the best values going. My only negative is that the room needs to be TOTALLY dark for it to work well. Otherwise, this small pocket projector is great. It has lasted five years, and shows no sign of giving up. Have not needed to replace the bulb yet. The sound quality is poor, but I have external speakers for that.
Awesome projector for the price! Great for watching movies!
14 January 2012
Summary: Great projector for the price! Great quality, but needs a fairly dim to dark room, but it's to be expected for watching movies anyways. The volume could be louder, but you can use speakers to attach. Otherwise a fun and good quality product!
Summary: Great little projector. Paid $150 for it so was happy with price. I don't have anything negative to say about this product. Don't expect to use this in well lit rooms or to replace a projector with 4 times the brightness and you'll be happy too. Check out demos on youtube for a realistic appraisal.
Summary: I'm calling this an excellent device because it does the job for which it is designed. The MPro120 is a little larger than a pack of cigarettes in some dimensions, and packs a lot into that small package. At first the 12 lumens seem like too little, but it's quite adequate for impromptu slide shows and powerpoint presentations for 3 to about 10 people, provided the room is dimmed.
Summary: I confess that I was skeptical about this product and likely would not have bought one were it not on sale when I did. That being said, this is a great little projector. It is small and compact (can fit in your pocket) and does a very nice job presenting so long as your room is dark (the darker the better). It does not have many lumens, but for what it has, I was very, very pleased.
Summary: I got this for my kids ages 6 and 7 both girls. I am using a black out shade white I bought from Wal-mart for $15.98 is attaches to the ceiling and rolls down and retracts 76" wide. I have the 3M mounted on their bunk bed about 4 1/2 feet away and it fills about 60" of the screen. The best picture is when the room is dark of course but can be seen with some lighting.