Summary: With the Optoma H31, all you need for home theater is a DVD player, a screen (a blank wall might be fine), and a decent audio system. It's small enough to tuck away on a bookshelf or in a closet when not in use, light enough to take anywhere, and easy to set up once you get familiar with it.
Summary: The Optoma H31 is a budget projector that, while not having the resolution of its bigger brothers, provides enough oomph to present a truly compelling reason to save some money and be satisfied with a 480p projection solution.
Pros: * Good contrast, Deep black levels, Eye-popping color saturation, Versatile inputs (including DVI-HDCP), 5 presets available per input, Inexpensive unit with high overall performance
Cons: Lower resolution means a longer seat-to-screen distance, No physical lens shift, May be awkward to use as a tabletop unit due to rather high projection angle, Manual focus