Summary: Be positive and ask what you want from something this light and portable - you will not get it all but you will get most of what your old lump of a projector would do for you. For not more than the size of a couple of desks of cards you get to take a 120 inch projector that weights 115g. Used for PowerPoint this is spot on and looks the part with customers. To be fair more than one has already bought one having seen it used.
Summary: After years spent lugging a full size projector to presentations I needed a change. I was sceptical as to the performance as most would be But I cannot fault this item so far the only drawback is its lack of zoom but at the cost of a replacement lamp unit in my old one I can live with it my colleagues are now considering the switch
Summary: Had this for a couple of weeks before sending it back. Pros: a) Reasonably bright b) Cheap c) Tiny! d) They provide a dedicated USB cable with two male ends on the end that plugs in to your computer (presumably to enable it to grab more power and run at higher brightness), but it will run on just a normal single USB cable (albeit at only the lowest brightness setting, on my computer at least).
Summary: I bought this and get to use it for a month or so, I then upgraded my Mac to latest version of OSX, nd it stoped working. Now, thats such a long time ago that now, its time for a new OSX version, but Philips has still not even made a driver for the curret version of OSX that works... I think that kind of software support is unacceptable. Its a shame, because the product it self is quite nice, but useless without a driver.