Summary: Love it. We use it all the time as a family to watch movies outside or inside. My only complaint is the sound. You have to hook it to a sound system. It would better as an auxiliary imput instead of a headphone. But there are ways around it. Best purchase I've made so far.
Summary: i was hesitant to buy this because these little products tend to have a lot of technical problems and or break and the customer service is based out of north korea and worthless. so given that i researched a bunch and came to the conclusion that this is the best one on the market. i landed an internship in london for the summer and i knew i wouldnt have a television in my flat so i planned accordingly.
Summary: I am so happy with the projector that I thought about buying a second one so that many years down the road, if it breaks I would have another one on hand after these are discontinued. But I couldn't get one at the incredible price that I purchased it for originally. Look, this is not a professional projector. And I have to disagree with the points made by the previous poster. If you have 4 or 5 projectors that cost over $1k, this projector is not for you.
Summary: Have been using this for a good half a year now. It is functional with the Roku stick, and also if you have a HDMI connector on any of your other devices. Battery seems to last for a couple of movies. While this isn't going to pump out enough light to be useful in direct sunlight, it works well in the evening, and is even useful if you draw the shades.
Summary: This is an amazing little device! The Roku stick works really well to stream video services. The projector provides a pretty large picture with good clarity, at least in a dark room. A projector is never going to look as sharp as HD TV, so don't expect that, but if you're just watching regular movies and TV, the picture quality is just fine.
Awesome tiny little beast and it comes with the Roku Stick (first generation).
Manuel Guillen, Amazon
5 March 2014
Summary: Some things are just meant to go together- peanut butter and jelly, bacon and eggs, ham and cheese, yada yada yada. Add the home theater projector and the Roku Stick to the list. 3M nailed it on the head when they blended a pint sized projector with the Roku stick (first generation). I've had this little beast for a month and it blew me away right out of the box.
WELL WORTH IT! Especially for video game play and/or blue ray player ...
27 February 2014
Summary: Length:: 1:00 Mins Anything that uses an HDMI cord can be connected. a. Blue Ray player b. Xbox c. Wii d. PS4 e. Laptop f. Tablet Tried HDMI with Roku stick. So-so pic. Good enough for us though, as we were attempting to recapture drive-in movies in the back yard (connection depends on your upload from wireless connection). Watched Transformers 3 ... Check! GREAT PIC on BLUE RAY!! We connected amp speaker into headphone jack. WOWE! Movie theatre quality sound!!
Summary: I am an engineer not a writer so I will leave numbers instead of words + 2- 100% satisfied customer. Walls, bars, bedroom, muni, BART, golden gate bridge. FUN Video anywhere and very portable.
Summary: I got this for my husband for Christmas. Prior to opening it I thought we will never use it we should send it back and I will get you something else. He wanted to try it out and he loves it! As does the whole family. We are planning on taking it with us on our vacations. The picture is very clear.