Summary: The first time I opened it, very excited. It's small, bright compare with the small size projector. I checked the wifi, couldn't login because it's only allow 4 digit passcode ???. Bluetooth, it didn't recognize my Samsung galaxy s3 blue tooth. Well...I turn off all of my passcode on my wifi, it shows the web. I typed in Youtube, my favorite web. Youtube prompts me that youtube will end support window CE soon.
Summary: I bought this projector to use with PowerPoint presentations. After I got it I learned it doesn't support slide animations which are critical to my presentations. I've been working with 3M Techincal Support to work around this limitation. The alternative is to turn the PowerPoint file into a video file but Windows changes the file into a video format that is not compatable with the projector software.
Summary: I was really disappointed with this projector, especially with the internet functions.the touch screen.u cant use it without a stylus and connecting to a network is just terrible if not impossible.i think they should upgrade the firmware ad if possible call back the devices to fix the touch screen function.The focus is not good for large projections too.
Summary: I got this product and used it once so far. The battery was fully charged, but it turned off after about an hour (not the two hours it said it would last). I had to plug it into the wall to finish the presentation. A few days later, I tried to use it again; however, the battery apparently drained completely down while it was just sitting there. That made it useless for purposes of providing a presentation that day.
Summary: This Projector is not cover 80'' size, I think it is good for size 50'', and the touch screen is very slow, also is slow in speed, but have battery which is help you to use it very easy. I change my mind to go with Qumi Q5 which is cover 90'' as original, but I'm using it with 120'' screen like real Cinema, but the price is double.
Summary: Theoretically a great product, but I think (hope) that mine was faulty, as trying to use it for almost anything but displaying external content through the AV interface made it crash. For example, you can connect it to the internet using WiFi and then use the built in web-browser. This is a very cool-sounding idea, but it crashed every time I tried to click on any link displayed by the Google search page.
good beam, terrible interface, appaling media player
30 December 2011
Summary: This unit has many features and a reasonably powerful beam but its touch screen interface and the way it handles .files when copied over from Macintosh computers renders it almost unusable in the field. The touch screen does not behave well at all, the unit frequently crashes and then won't restart properly. It is also very slow, trying to type in a long WPA password to access the wireless features was impossible.