Summary: Although this projector may not deserve five stars because it is far from perfect, I am giving it five stars because it more than exceeded my expectations for such an incredibly low price. And they include an extra battery to boot.
Summary: I have been looking for a projector to project images on walls or canvas to help with art. After checking out many other dedicated projectors, I came across this one. Although it is not HD, it is good enough for my intentions and is worth the $130.
Summary: I use mine as a portable second display for my laptop so that I can produce video art in my practice sessions. For live use I would use a powerful projector instead. The resolution is enough for my use and it is so tiny I can take it wherever I take my laptop.
Pros: Smaller than an iPhone (but a little thicker) Brightness is outstanding for a small projection (6 inches) and usable for large projection (say, 40 inches diagonal) in a pitch dark room. Tripod mount. Bundled phone AV cable. Handles PAL and NTSC automatically. Includes two batteries. Low brightnes...
Cons: Resolution isn't that great. Unit is so light and small that the cables can make it tricky to aim, since they pull on it with the weight. Focus control has very short throw and not a lot of resistance, making it difficult to finely adjust focus. Luckily focus stays where put. I got suspicious "ac...
Summary: This is an amazing product for displaying large images from iPods, cell phones and MP3 players. Do not mistake this projector for use with computers and DVD players. The PK-101 is way too cool and portable for use by dinosaurs still tethered to computers and DVD players.
Summary: It works exactly as describe. Actually, it will output much larger than 60" without much distortion. As long as you don't compare it to the very large tabletop projectors or much more expensive models you will not be disappointed.
Summary: If you bought this projector to work with your PC, you can still do it, with a S-video to TV out converter, connect the S-video to your computer and the TV out to the projector, you will have the image only, the audio will still go out from your speakers.