Reviews and Problems with Aiptek PocketCinema T20 USB Pico
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10 April 2012
Summary: I purchased this used. It was kept in good condition by the previous owner and has met or exceeded all my expectations. I purchased it for personal use and to teach Boy Scouts. I have no complaints. It loaded easy as a Plug and Play. I have attached it to three computers with no issues. The picture is great. I like the size of it compared to other larger unit.
Summary: This thing is great for the size and price. The drivers it uses are built into the unit itself. So you can take it with you and not have to worry about needing to bring the software. Its not super bright with picture sizes of 60+ inches but for 20-30 inches you can leave the lights on no problem. It has a focusable lens so you won't have any blurry images, it also comes with a mini stand.
Summary: Good: Very portable Drivers included in the projector's internal memory (WIN XP) Affordable Displays some movies okay, as long as they are bright Not so good: USB cable too short. Where ever the projector is positioned, the laptop has to be 3 feet away, severely limiting where you can place the projector. Because it's USB, the internal graphic card will not display games through the projector. TO me this is the worst since I'm a gamer.
Summary: The Pocketcinema T20 has great potential. It is small, light weight, compact and easy to use. The problem is, even though a child can connect it to a laptop, the projection is faulty. I am not sure what one might use this projector for; even in a completely dark room on a white screen you can barely see what is projected on the screen three feet in front of the projector. From 10 feet back, the laptop screen is brighter than the projector.