good product, but be sure you get a power cord and computer cord
2 May 2012
Summary: Projector seems fine, used but a good price until I had to go find the missing projector-to-computer DVI-DR cable. My use of the computer is limited, primarily for sketching and drawing images from photos, so I wished to find The testing and use of it were strongly inhibited because there was no mention of the needed but missing DVI cable, an essentially out of date commodity these days.
Summary: Personal Experience The unit worked well for several years (probably 4-5) before we had major problems. It seems bright and clear when it does work and is very easy to use. The software for the remote control features is hard to install and get to work on a PC, but once it is done it does seem to work well. The remote could be better because the range seems poor or the is limited places where you can aim it and get it to work.
Summary: Personal Experience Easy to use at home and for work. Travelled a lot (more than 200 flights in a suitcase). Problems Maintenance twice so far... 1st time logic module broken. second time: Elevator foot and zoom ring broken. It's a light projector and it is fragile...
Summary: Personal Experience An excellent unit when you need portability with decent brightness and XGA. The image quality is very good. Great for home cinema. Only downside is that InFocus have skimped on a few features that you will find in other projectors this size - eg. monitor loop-through, laser pointer, remote mouse which are standard on the Optoma EP735. Problems Leg looks very flimsy and easy to break. Noise level is quite high, but to be expected on a unit this size.