Summary: Not a happy camper. I tested the projector by running it for about an hour shortly after I bought it. In preparation for a meeting where I would be using it, I ran it the day prior for a few minutes and reviewed the instruction manual. Everything seemed fine. Then this morning, when I set it up at the meeting I was presenting at, the bulb burned out. I followed the manual to turn off projector and wait a minute--did that two times--still no bulb.
Excerpt: "The Infocus IN26XGA looked a good spec for the money. First disappointment was the input sockets. The information provided implied the projector had video ‘component’ connections but the RGB connection is only via the RS 232 (VESA) port, which can be done via an adaptor/accessory but this is not provided. Also you have to have a ‘component’ connection to achieve the higher levels of resolution the projector has, otherwise it is pointless paying for ...
Pros: Cheap for the level of resolution
Cons: Poor customer and aftersales - not a home cinema projector