Excerpt: Acer X1160PZ: our beloved and most reliable multimedia projector in the house. It is the only one we have, and will ever have. It had made things so incredibly great for us, had helped entertain us to a different level, and we truly appreciate having it. Would it break …
Summary: Video/movies look best when sent to the projector in the native resolution.
Pros: This thing is great. Very bright, wonderful colorful picture . I can't complain. Larger, on native resolutions, scaled to the native 800x600, look very good. I tried 1280x1024... text was very readable.
Cons: I can't mark it down for this as I doubt it was functionality listed in the Specifications, but there is no zoom capability, so you just have to be careful to mount it the correct distance from the screen.
Summary: I will contact newegg and Acer if the s-video doesn't work either.
Pros: It has a clear picture and works well with my computer. Not a problem there. Very quick to turn on and off. Looks pretty sweet.
Cons: Whenever I put the video cable in the projector, it shows about 4 images of the Wii or PS2 flickers and then turns it self off. Another frustrating thing, is that it is all automated, so it chooses the refresh rate automatically and is quite frustrating. Also, calling Acer to see if they could he...
Summary: well i bought this product not from amazon but from pc world. but i needed to post a review on amazon. normally i dont take time out to write these, however i found in this case, it was most necessary. this projector is FANTASTIC. the imagine quality is outstanding.
Summary: Having read other reviews I decided to buy this projector. Its great value and worked straight out of the box. I found he remote zoom and pan facility very useful for selecting details when showing maps. The focus is manual but only needs doing once so I do not see it as a problem.
Summary: - But it is. Often had trouble syncing my wide-screen Dell Latitude with other projectors, but not this one, picture bright and detailed, long throw, simple controls, why do other projectors cost so much more?