Summary: Personal Experience My husband worked for an e cycling facility while in college back in 2010, and brought this projector home. He said it came from a school with five others. Here it is 2015, and it still works like brand new. I am now using it at my place of work.
Summary: Personal Experience It was great, super bright, i used it while the sun was shining in, great quality. Can still read every word at 1280x1024. Problems I was using it with about 388 hours used, and then all of a sudden... it just shut off but the fans continued to run.
Summary: I have owned an LP130 for over two years and the performance is outstanding. It is very portable, very powerful and very easy to travel with. Remember that InFocus projectors ship with the brightness set to 50% and that's normally all you need.
Summary: Personal Experience I when using this projector to play Xbox Haloes. Using Xbox games I play 32 hours easy with excellent quality for the images. Problems Dvd is wreak in the light room, but in the darken room prefect.
Summary: Personal Experience Good image quality. Excellent for presentations but the detail in the blacks lack for HT use. Quite noisy. Good colours, but I find the image not super sharp. Can't ceiling mount. No rainbows that I could see. Problems The focus seems to drift over time..
Summary: Personal Experience The projector is used for work and home. Used mostly at home. Typical usage is five to six hours. At work, people are extreamly impressed with the brightness. They can read and take notes during the presentation. Only a wall is used for the screen and they sit close to it.
Summary: I wish I owned the LP130. I've seen it in action and must admit it makes a major impression. But I'm lucky because I have a good friend who allows me to borrow this expensive business essential.
Summary: Personal Experience Great unit overal! Excellent brightness and contrast. I'm a traveling trainer, and I really like the size, and picture quality. It could use a digital ZOOM feature, and an lens cap that is ATTACHED to the unit by a cord - like many people have for their 35mm cameras.
Summary: This little sucker is almost too good to be true. Specs don't do justice to the LP130's size; you have to see it in person to appreciate just how tiny it is. Until then, just trust me... it's so small, it's kinda ridiculous. But you don't seem to sacrifice anything for the light weight.