Juan E. Martinez Requenes "Edgar Martinez", Amazon
30 April 2014
Summary: I have been using the projector for personal and Office activities, I used in ECO mode and the image is very good. I know with the normal mode (this makes the fan very noisy for a meeting in an office), I have more light in the projection , but the ECO mode is enought for my office and my kid room. Fully recommended. Is true the heat is important so you have to assure handling with care and allow the device to cool down before store it.
Summary: I received the projector almost a month after I ordered it. The tracking number showed a label was printed and nothing more. When I contacted Crawford's Superstore to follow up, it took them 3 days to get back to me. The project works great when I finally did receive it.
Summary: I also have the Casio Slimline made in 2009. I loved it, but this one (besides being lampless) has more color clarity and is faster to get to full brightness. I travel with it constantly and it holds up well, in addition to being light weight. I HIGHLY recommend this projector.
Summary: I loved this projector for the first year. Bright, light, beautiful images. But after 2 years it started showing white dots on the screen. First there was only a couple - I thought it was my screen. Now there are hundreds. After searching Google for it I find out a lot of people have this problem after about 2 years - right after the warranty expired. For a projector that is marketed with a 20,000 "bulb" life (yea, I know it's not a bulb), 24 months doesn't seem fair.
Summary: We were trying to decide between $600 InFocus with Bulb and this Casio. Had a small NEC that was not reliable. Glad we went with this model. We have a large conference room and it projection is clear and bright.
Summary: I purchased this projector from another vendor and primarily use it for home theater purposes. This is my second projector and I still consider myself a bit of a newbie, but I researched like crazy before narrowing it down to this one. Pros: - Bright, Sharp Images: My home theater set-up is NOT optimal, at all.
Summary: I love this projector! It's small enough and thin enough that I carry it in my laptop travel case with my laptop. The first time I turned it on, I was impressed. Terrific color and all the text in my presentations was crystal clear. It has automatic brightness adjustment, automatic keystone correction and easy set up. What sold me on this projector was that it has no lamp. I've been embarrassed in the past when projector lamps burned out or the projector overheated.
If you're an on-the-road pro presenter, you need this
Billy Hollis, Amazon
21 October 2012
Summary: After having sub-par projectors supplied by clients ruin a couple of training classes, I decided to take matters into my own hands. After a fair amount of research, I got one of these to take on the road with me for most of my seminars and training classes. It is just terrific. It weighs less and is smaller than either of my 15.4 inch laptops. It shines on ease of use. Plug everything together, focus and zoom, and you're done.