Alain B. Burrese "Author, Speaker, Mediator, Attorney", Amazon
26 July 2012
Summary: The Epson VS Series VS315W 3LCD Projector 2800 Lumens is a nice little projector. It is very handy and easy to carry, move, and use. There is an easy to use remote that allows you to operate the projector from wherever you need to be in the room.
Summary: I use a projector for small group instruction in a small room. I tested the with an older IBM laptop. I hooked up the cable and it was good to go. Then I tried out a iPad 2 using the appropriate dongle and again it worked perfectly.
Lower end projector but be sure you read the specs
Kilgore Gagarin "Those who believe in telekinetics, raise my hand. - Kurt Vonnegut", Amazon
5 January 2012
Summary: I actually have worked with EPSON units with similar specifications to the VS315W with regards to inputs and outputs, and find this a very comfortable personal fit. If I were to gauge the market for this I would push it toward people who are not early adopters and probably are using 3 or 4 year old...
Summary: The Epson VS Series VS315W 3LCD Projector 2800 Lumens is a nice projector to use for school projects or work presentations. I used my projector for a PowerPoint Presentation and it was amazing no hassle or fuss.
Pick another Epson model, EX7210 if you want to watch movies or EX3210 if you just need a projector.
Two kids mom "scienceteachermom", Amazon
4 December 2011
Summary: First of all, this line of Epson projectors are great, but this particular one has some issues that make me suggest you buy one of the other Epsons, depending upon your needs. I am not sure what niche this Epson was meant to fit.
Designed to Reduce Setup Time - With Some Limitations
Lon J. Seidman "lon@ lon.tv", Amazon
29 November 2011
Summary: Epson has a long history making quality projectors and this one is no exception. It is very bright, lightweight, and is probably one of the easier units on the market to actually set up and use. But that ease comes with a few trade-offs.
Summary: Does it ever bother you when an otherwise terrific product lacks the one feature that would make it an amazingly terrific product? Andy Rooney probably asked that very question, but if he did he didn't have this projector in mind.