Summary: A perfect mixture of quality and efficiency. A true workhorse for the road warrior trainer and presenter. With just the right amount of lumens this Eco friendly jewel is a perfect unit for anyone that needs a mobile projector...and it's still like its predecessor...Slim!
Summary: Personal Experience I would buy it again if it died tomorrow. I have it in my bedroom with 106" screen and love it. I never post reviews but out of all my toys this one just always works! Now if my google tv just worked all the time it would make it even better. Problems None!
Summary: Laser/Led technology is as good a its reputation.Sharp picture loses clarity during up-scaling.But over all compact well built projector. I don't think anyone has caught up with their technology.I had heard a lot about these so when the prices went down I bought one.It has really brought my Home Theater together.
Summary: If you wish to use a Projector in various places without concerning about the lamp life than this is the one for you. Fans make a little noise but use it in Eco mode if you are indoors otherwise noise is not important. And one more thing keystone correction is great bu if you wish to use the DLP inside don't use the keystone correction just adjust the level with some books or something. And it as internal speakers which is great for presentations.
Summary: I had seen reviews that remarked on this projectors noise level, saying it was too noisy for home theater, I could not disagree more. The Casio is much quieter than my Infocus X1a, which I use for exactly that purpose. Perhaps the reviewers were unaware that there is an economy mode that, while only reducing output slightly, made the projector very quiet.
Summary: I was this close to buy a 55" LED TV, but just before that it occurred to me that a projector could work for me. The advantage of being able to move this tiny box so freely, to display your games and movies in a 200" "screen" and of course to left some more budget to get a great surround system or gaming console makes this the best decision you can take when buying your next screen.
Summary: Personal Experience I purchased this projector a couple of months ago and have been very pleased with it. This is the first projector I have owned, though I have used several over the years through work. I purchased this one to use in a home theater I am working on. Like most, I am excited (though cautiously optimistic) about not having to incur the cost and hassle of replacing the lamp any time soon due to the projected 20,000 hour life.
Summary: Our Church at Mexico really appreciate that Abes help us to get these 2 units soo fast and great price, those had been working fine and we specs saving in power supply and replacements We can move for evangelist campaing smaller size GOD bless your store for your fast response and honestly in JESUS CHRIST name
Summary: Personal Experience I had a Panasonic ae900U that died after only about a year and a half service (though it was used when I got it, so who knows). I'd seen a short write up about these "lampless" Casios and considering that we have 1(one) TV in the house, and it's the projector, the whole lampless, 20000+ hour thing was VERY appealing. But when I compared the specs between the casio and my old panasonic ae900e, I suspected I'd be in for a bit of a letdown.