Summary: I love this projector. It's small, powerful for it's size, easy to use, etc. However, the colors are extremely desaturated, particularly in the reds. I would say that the red from the projector is about half the saturation of that on my computer screen. I fiddled with some of the settings and was able to improve it slightly, but when I first hooked it up I thought it was a black and white projector it was so desaturated.
Summary: Pros- The image quality is wonderful. Size and portability Cons 1) The internal memory is painfully finicky, let me elaborate. Mine would not read wmv files at all, only mpeg and even then the playback lagged in time. 2) If you want a 60" screen you must be at least 8 to 9 ft away from the screen projected on. 3) The on/play button works when it wants, even when used exactly how the directions instructed. I purchased this pico for use at live shows for a band.
Summary: I'll preface this by saying I work in the microdisplay industry, so I know what I'm talking about but I'm also biased towards my company's product, which is not in this projector. Pros: Bright (see note below) Comes with lots of accessories Cons: Not cheap enough Washed out color Clunky Interface Wide performance variance (we have 2) Hilariously large and clunky battery Noisy Hot I've got two of these running next to a pair of AAXA L1 Laser Projectors.
Summary: Here's the dilemma: You're in a some kind of job that frequently subjects you to "death by Power Point". Yeah, I feel for you. Now for some reason, the office projector is (more often than not) out on the road or in the repair shop. Good news, right? So instead of getting a little extra nap time in the "bored" room, the boss decides he wants you to go through all the backlogged crap from 1970 to 2008 and make a detailed report that he will likely glance at for 15 seconds...