Summary: I bought this projector from AAXA less than a year later. After only a few uses, the remote was lost (it's about the size of a credit card). When I wrote them directly they told me the unit was discontinued and they didn't have any replacement remotes.
Summary: Personal Experience I've had this unit for over a year, and I've been suprised at the way logarithmic brightness actually works; this projector thows an image well even with enough light to read large print. With the obvious exception of text, I can easily get the image to match my laptop screen.
Summary: I recently purchased my Aaxa M1 through Aaxa ([...]) for $[...] (plus $8 s/h) - it's my first projector so my review might not be that expansive as others. I highly suggest buying it through Aaxa unless you find a smokin' deal.
Summary: Personal Experience If any one of you have tried doing P90X at home, you know with some of the routines like Plyo and Cardio X, a living room sometimes is just not enough space. I ended up buying this projector so I could have some sort of display device in the garage where I do some of my workouts...
Summary: Personal Experience After seeing the first generation projectors, I was excited but skeptical at the same time. 10-15 lumens was really not going to cut so when i saw 75 lumens i almost jousted out of my computer chair!I had the opportunity to see one of my coworkers bring one of these to work.
Summary: I bought this item to take to Kenya with a medical team. It would not interface with anything we tried -- not our computers or SD cards. We had electrical engineers with us and a tech expert, but no one could get it to work.