Nice size and features, nice price, but not a very clear picture
Jennifer Cook, Amazon
21 October 2013
Summary: There are a lot of things to like about this projector. It is small and quiet and accepts several types of connectors. The internal speaker is convenient, but there an audio out port so you can connect to a better sound system. The picture was sufficicelty bright considering the low Lumen rating, and was still pretty visible in a semi-bright room.
Summary: Alright, I went into this buy hoping that it was going to be the best thing ever. and I personally didn't think there would be anything wrong. But after the excitement of getting a projector passed when hooking it up and turning it on resulted in only about an hour and a half of use before the machine decided to say that it was overheating. I might just have a faulty product compared to most.
Summary: Pros: you can project office documents or archives. Great little case for the projector + cables. Cons: If you want something really portable, this is not the projector for you. Charger weights more than projector! Warms up very fast and a little too noisy fans.
Summary: I have the product now for a few hours and here's what I have to say about it: The reason why text will never look sharp, is because the LED display behind the projector is diagonally organized, not hor/vertical. Meaning, instead of showing a pixel line like this: RGB|RGB RGB|RGB RGB|RGB They show it like this: |RGB|RGB| GB|RGB|RG |RGB|RGB| Causing lines that are 45 degrees on the screen to be sharp instead.
Summary: This ML500 video projector is everything they say it is EXCEPT if you want to go smoothly and quickly from one PowerPoint slide to the next you have to hook it up to your laptop, thus entirely defeating its claimed ability to project directly directly from a Flash drive. Playing a PowerPoint presentation directly through the ML500 you have to use "Office Viewer.