Summary: I use my PS3 and PC on it! I mean, what's the point in buying a 32 inch 720p display when you can have a HUGE 720p screen at the same price range? I mainly play games in the evening/through the night so the fact that it's kinda hard to see during the daytime doesn't bother me at all!
Summary: I had to send back the first one I received because it was defective. Amazon was great though and shipped me a new one before I even had a chance to mail the old one back. This projector is exactly what I needed.
Summary: his is the best projector i ever had , i've had viewsonics 5122 , 6211, but this ml300 has way better contrast , i would recommend this projector. got my's at asv electronics, running my's 5hrs a day.
Summary: This projector is amazing. I had a pk301, which looked like crap in comparison to that. I love the 16:10 ratio and all the features this projector packs. Everything is included to get it set up. One thing I really loved was that I didn't need to get a tripod for it.
Summary: I live and work on a cruise ship and in my cabin I have blank wall in front of my bed. It got me thinking.. Why not get a projector to watch movies on that wall? Well I did a lot of research and I came to conclusion (falsely)that a projector this size would at least throw a "watchable" picture,...
Summary: I am used to spending in the $300-$350 (refurbished or not) range for lower-end not-completely-home-theater-grade projectors (such as my past two Infocus projectors, the X1 and the IN24+), but my firm decision to stop doing the "projector shuffle" (buying projectors in that price range and realizing...
Summary: UPDATE: January 29, 2012; I have posted a youtube video showing the focus at startup. As you'll see, it isn't that bad. It is slightly fuzzy but still readable and the videos don't seem to be affected (although I'm sure they are, if you look hard enough).