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.
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.
Summary: You are never gonna buy a projector that can compete with a plasma or an LCD...however you are never gonna be able to buy a 120" TV for under $600...overall this projector provides an excellent picture at an outstanding price.
Summary: I have had this projector for a couple of months. The picture is fantastic but it is somewhat bulky to move around and the speakers are lacking. It is also really annoying that these manufacturers do not give out an HDMI cable.
Summary: Having used only a few other projectors I am no expert, but for the money, this projector gives a very bright, vivid picture even in modestly lit rooms. Of course it is much better in total darkness. It is however too bright at times washing blacks out.
Pros: Price, brightness, picture, inputs, short throw!
Cons: Sound quality... of course, but it does have a speaker.
Summary: It has been excellent for movies. I'm not even shooting it at a screen: just a wall with white paint. It feels like I'm at a theater, especially at night. The price plus the short-throw were the curveballs that made me get this over a more expensive projector.
Pros: This projector is about 11 feet from the wall. The picture is excellent and all but 2 feet cover the entire wall it's pointed at. It's almost too large, but "too large" is easier to fix than than "too small" The short throw gives you almost twice the screen size. In my case, I could have gone wit...
Cons: 1. It's 720p 2. I was seeing rainbow effects 3. Some things felt very weird, like video games. They felt incredibly surreal. 4. At huge sizes, your SD content's artifacts would show up a lot easier (not the projector's fault)
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: 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.