Summary: These are the next level. So small, so quiet, so very little electricity used. The fact that they have wireless capabilities, HDMI, and are 1:1 with a very small vertical offset make them a great choice for art installation and video gallery work which is where we use them.
Summary: This pico-projector is quite bright 800 lumens and outputs a great 1280 x 720 HD image. We are using it to project content down from the ceiling onto a large table to role-playing games. Since it's a short-throw projector, we get a 65" image from a distance of about 54".
Summary: I purchased this for use as trade show digital signage because of its short throw, high brightness and compact size. Out of three, one was returned due to the lamp either not starting up or shutting off after 20-30 minutes and the unit locking up. With limited expectations, it's a nice unit.
Summary: Asus dit it again with this projector. I am using it to teach classes along with my ASUS Transformer Prime tablet. No more waiting to pack the projector for 20 minutes allowing it to cool down. You shut this off and it is ready to go. Great features and brightness fromsuch a small unit.
Summary: While this product performs well once you teach yourself how to use it, the instructions to guide you through the wireless setup process are woefully inadequate. You are forced to fumble through coordinating SSID and WAN several times until you get it right, without any help from ASUS.
Summary: The unit size is awesome and screen size is rad... However the sound card on this thing just kills any bass in the audio out. I need my bass so I'm returning it. Picture is also a bit too dim.
Summary: very good projector for 80 - 100 inch screen sizes. most important feature for this product is short throw lens, you can have 100" inch image only from 2 meters. i had 500 lumen LED projector on past and this one is better, you not gonna see night and day difference between 500 and 700 lumens but...