Summary: Does exactly what it says it will do. It only shows files loaded into its memory, and doesn't display Powerpoint or Adobe Acrobat files (these need to be saved as tif, or similar, files, on a PC). It could be improved by giving it the ability to display files in a wider range of commonly used software, and also to display the screen of a connected PC; to give it more flexibility.
Summary: Decent picture from tiny package. Cannot project images from any device unless you pay for an extra cable which is BS given the price. You must copy files to the local storage. Separate audio needed which destroys the portability bonus.
Summary: I bought two of these for work to link to iPhone or iPad or MacBook for making sales presentations. The product description is misleading. The product manual shows the headphone jack to also take A/V, and an A/V source selection icon should be on the menu - but none of this is actually on the device.
Summary: nice sized device, but needs a very dark room to enjoy a high quality projection. even though the device takes charge from the machines its plugged into it drains battery faster than it charges!
Summary: .....I love this little projector. However, In respect, the price is far too high for what it delivers. It's not plug'n'play for a start. You really need to know your way around to set this little fella up.. I think that Philips have fallen massively short of their stupid old software, and lack of help of setting up. I'm really not sure that Philips put a lot of after sales effort in to this. I am seriously at the point of ....I may return the product.