Summary: Works great in our small 12 X 15 den. Easy setup. We do notice a few spots on a black screenshot but does not really bother us. It does build up heat in a small room. We use it with a 120 inch projector screen (FAVI) electric. Everyone is amazed by the quality and how we have a 120 inch screen in such a small room. Just realize projector bulbs and projectors themselves do not tend to last as long as a TV. We know every 2-4 years we will need to purchase a new projector.
Summary: The short throw lens projects a bright image, has automatic keystone correction, and detects any input we use. Delivered in robust packaging. If you want your projector close to your screen - this is an excellent choice.
Summary: I picked up this projector refurbished (~100hrs on the bulb when it was delivered, probably over 1000 after catching up on Doctor Who) and wow, does it continue to amaze. From about two metres, this thing puts out a giant 130" screen, with room to spare. It's super bright, even on economy mode, and 720p looks great. It can be controlled by a Google TV box/remote over HDMI, which is nice, and it has a multitude of inputs.
Summary: This projector is everything I expected, except the 3D functionality. It requires you to use your computer fro 3D content, or requires an S-Video connection from a player. My 3D Blue-ray player only has an HDMI out. If you want to watch 3D movies on your big screen.. this is not the projector for you. Otherwise, It works great.
Summary: In combination with a 100" I have been very pleased. For a short throw project priced right around $500 I can't envision a better product. Of course, do not expect true 1080p, rather up-scaled 720p as the description says. I have it hooked up to my Xbox and it looks great. All in all,I definitely recommend this product.
Summary: Owned it 2 months now. I researched for weeks and finally put the money down on this Projector. Short Throw is awesome! You can get a 300" picture from 8-10' away!! Great quality and picture. The build quality is above average and the unit is fairly light for ease of transportation. Mine came with a carrying case and some RCA cables. The only reason I haven't given it 5 stars is that recently I have been seeing some specs of white due to dust collection behind the lens.
Summary: Although I still wish I had purchased the BenQ W1080ST for bragging rights (it does 1080p vs the 720p of this model) I couldn't be happier with the price I paid for this projector. I travel a lot for work and hotels don't always have hd tv's let alone large tv's so I take this with me. Paired with my laptop I can project a HUGE HD image on the wall (don't tell them that I thumb tack one of their sheets to the wall while I'm staying there) from only 6' away.
Summary: I just got the projector 2 days ago along with a Da-Lite 203 projector stand and a Roku 3. I intend to use it to stream movies out on my backyard deck on those nice evenings. With spring here hopefully I'll find some nice evenings soon. So far Ive just hooked it up inside to try it out. First impression is a nice picture when streaming HD movies. If you're streaming standard def movies you may be a little disappointed in the clarity.
Summary: Personal Experience The images are excellent, especially bright images. Dark scenes are not very good though, although they are not bad either. Full range of connection options are available. Price is attractive and the product gives value for money. Problems Power shut down option is not available from the remote. You can just put it in standby. Also, in HDMI mode colour and tint control is not available. Lamp warranty is only for 6 months.