The iGo UP-2020 Pico Projector is good while it lasts
7 December 2014
Summary: The iGo UP-2020 Pico Projector is good while it lasts. As with all pocket projectors, the bulb isn't bright enough to be very functional without complete darkness, but that is to be expected. The main issue I have with this projector is that it has a very short lifespan.
Summary: I bought it and it was good, but after a couple of days lots of white points were projected. It seems something was burn in the projector. The support didn't help, I send it back to replace but I didn't receive a new one. Now it's not possible to contact them any longer and I lost a lot of money.
Summary: I was very surprised with this little projector when i really started using it. I have a 42" 1080p 3D tv in my room and when this is set up to some decent equipment it out performs it on some levels. Obviously the clarity isn't as good, but for $200 a potential 1080i is nothing to walk away from.
Summary: I bought this projector in April, now it's only September and my projector won't turn on. Don't get me wrong this is a great projector for the price but you better hope it don't break cause good luck finding any support
Summary: Originally this was 1 star, now that I have figured it out I like it pretty well. Picture is very clear. Just power off of DC when using with HDMI and everything works pretty well. --Original review: So far I cant get it to work (thus the 1 star rating).
Summary: It is really helpful and very simple to use, although you should use in a not much lighted room since it is a PICO and not a professional one, but works really well. It gets more than warm and try not to use it for long period (I've never done)it seems will get melted but nothing has happened so...
Summary: I bought this projector while deployed to Afghanistan. What a great piece of gear to have! Works great mounted upside down from a top bunk and makes a roughly 36" screen at about 4'. Have used it to play wall size movies from 10' as well. I love all the options it gives me.
Summary: Granted we did not buy this as a 'travel' projector, we still bought it to use as a projector, and it was convenient enough in case we did ever want to travel with it. Unfortunately, we were not even able to get 6 months out of it before the pixels started dying.