Summary: This projector is fantastic. Although used, it looks great and works great as well. It gets very hot, but I guess it's normal for such powerful unit. It arrived promptly and you can't really beat the price.
Great projector, grate features and functionality!
10 February 2013
Summary: It is what everyone should want in a projector. Bright and easy to use. Good bulb life too. Only drawback is the amount of heat this fella puts out. Make sure you use in a well ventilated area.
Fantastic Picture, Daytime Brightness, Great Value
P. Scott Pope "Scott Pope", Amazon
8 January 2010
Summary: The majority people who watch high-definition videos from my ceiling-mounted Dell 5100mp on a 120" screen are extremely impressed. With 3300 lumens virtually covering an entire wall in my living room in 720p, it provides a true theater experience. It trumps any in-home video I have personally witnessed. Previously, I had owned a Dell 2300mp projector with only 1024 x 768 resolution and 2300 lumens.
Summary: very nice projector with a reasonable price if bought with a discount! pros: as for the picture quality, nothing to complain, you will get 1400X1050 crisp and pixels with vivid color and deep dark level. plenty of connection choices. quiet. conts: it will get over heating problem if put in hot rooms, say 85+ degree. make sure the room is air conditioned.
Summary: Personal Experience I've been using this unit mounted on the ceiling of my lounge for 3 years. I have it connected to my PS3 via HDMI and to a PC over DVI via a DVI to the M1 connector and to my WII via component. The image is seriously bright. During power on the screen goes white whilst ramping up power to the bulb.
Summary: Personal Experience I have owned this project for almost one year. The brightness and high resolution make it great for 'business' uses like displaying powerpoint slides. But it is terrible for PC-based video playback due to what are apparently inherent image-tearing problems. Problems I give the Image Quality a rating of 'poor' because any video playback from a PC will show large amounts of 'tearing' - apparently the tearing only goes away if the input resolution is...