Summary: Even with the broken keystone tab, it is a nice little projector with a great price. Not a lot of bells or whistles, but handles the basic inputs very well.
Pros: This is a great projector for the price. It handles all of our second screen presentations with no trouble. We use it in our church worship center for displaying song lyrics and powerpoint. It is bright enough for our needs at 2800 lumens.
Cons: I did have one problem with the side-to-side keystone. It is a mechanical keystone with a slider up near the lense to set it. The top part of the slider that you can move with your finger came off. I can still see the bottom part of the slider in the slot it runs through. I just took a thin screw...
Summary: My main interest with this projector was for PowerPoint presentations and pictures. While the unit can be utilized for movies, it does not do justice as its quality is lacking when compared to the other options available (from Epson itself, and other companies).
Summary: The Epson projector I purchased is to be used for conferences and meetings while I am on the road as a consultant. The connection and start up was without any issues. I can not say enough great comments about the credit size phone number for support which came with the unit.
Very easy to setup, fast warmup time, light and compact
Gearhead Mania, Amazon
2 October 2011
Summary: Epson EX3210 Projector The Epson EX3210 projector is almost an entry-level projector that works well for traveling or casual presentations. The unit is very light weight, and the connectivity options are excellent.
Teacher review: Fantastic for powerpoint, if you want to watch movies you should upgrade.
Two kids mom "scienceteachermom", Amazon
29 September 2011
Summary: I am a teacher and am using two versions of this projector currently in my classrooms, the EX7210 and the EX3210. This review includes both general information about the two projectors and describes the differences between them.
Excellent entry level LCD projector. Easy setup and operation
M. Erb, Amazon
28 September 2011
Summary: Length:: 5:35 Mins UPDATE: For Mac users who have Mountain Lion, the extension that Epson provides in the projector and that gets installed on your computer the first time you hook it up via USB is not compatible with Mountain Lion.