Reviews and Problems with Philips PicoPix PPX-2055
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Philips PicoPix PPX2055 review
27 September 2013
Summary: Mini pocket projector that's bright enough for 50-inch presentations
Pros: Ultra-light, Pocket-sized, Bright enough for ambient light, Easy set-up, USB powered, Since there are no controls on the PicoPix PPX2055 itself, the Picviewer 2 software is all-important – and highly impressive. It's rudimentary in terms of design, but keeps things ever so simple. Engaging the PicoPix PPX2055 is no more complicated than choosing a shortcut on the desktop of a laptop, and hitting OK on the first and only set-up screen. Picture quality isn't akin to a h...
Cons: Lacks HD sharpness, Loudness, Fingerprint-friendly chassis, Max 50-inch images, Mac compatibility issues, Great though it is, we can't recommend the PicoPix PPX2055 with a MacBook Air since it crashed ours during tests. In use it's quite loud, running at an average of 50 decibels, though it fluctuates randomly, and peaks at 60 decibels. As no speakers are supplied you have to rely on your laptop's; we swerved this for our test presentation by carrying a mini Bluetooth...