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8.4 out of 10

Philips PicoPix PPX-3610

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Reviews and Problems with Philips PicoPix PPX-3610

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Overall 10
10

Well performed!

Aron Jorge Mario Olofsson, Amazon
7 August 2014
  • Summary: I'm very setified with the projector! All features work as It should but the touchpad wasn't super impressive but just conect a wirless mouse within the USB and it's a go! The only thing I realy missed was a Bluetooth feature so I could connect it with my speakers at home but heeeeey just connected a 3,5 jack to jack and it worked fine, as it comes to the delivery time to my door step from The U.S to Manila the Philippines took...hold your hat tight.....2days!!!!
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Overall 8
8.0

Great for Small Groups

Noname, Amazon
27 June 2014
  • Summary: This little projector is completely wireless. Simply charge it up and go. Insert a flash drive or SD card. Connect to files on your network via DLNA. It's smaller than my hand and comes with a little pouch. A remote is included, but the top of the projector is a touchpad. I use that more than the remote. Alternatively, plug in a mini keyboard. I did that to type in the Wi-Fi passwords. It was so much easier than hunt and peck on the projected display.
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Overall 2
2.0

Very disappointed.

Don, Amazon
25 April 2014
  • Summary: Don't believe this has been setup for the US market yet (youtube and google are set to UK/ Ireland). The web browser function is wholly useless as EACH web page starts off with 3-4 warnings as to the security of the page. It's extremely slow to respond when using iPhone/ iPad and unless you have iPad 1 or 2, there's no pairing this with that through HDMI. Will not run pdf and it crashes when trying to login to email via Android feature.
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Overall 6
6.0

Good idea, but overpriced with buggy, outdated firmware

Brian Connors, Amazon
30 November 2013
  • Summary: I was somewhat surprised to find out that 3M had left the projector business; I reviewed the 3M Streaming Projector a couple years back and still use it on a daily basis. Philips decided apparently to follow a different path, and the result is... mediocre. The picture quality is fine. As is usually the case with small projectors like this, the wider the image the darker the room you need, but it's sufficient. The main interface is simple and straightforward.
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Overall 8
8.0

Very Cool, if this were 10 years ago

Brian D. Newby, Amazon
30 November 2013
  • Summary: This is a product that is getting better and better at a time when it is needed less and less. You wouldn't use this as a projector in a large room and if you were in a smaller conference room with a laptop, it's more likely that everyone would huddle around the laptop, which would be pretty visible in its own right. So, in my view, this has two applications--first, displaying content from a phone onto a bigger surface.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great for Small Groups

Noname, Amazon
30 November 2013
  • Summary: This little projector is completely wireless. Simply charge it up and go. Insert a flash drive or SD card. Connect to files on your network via DLNA. It's smaller than my hand and comes with a little pouch. A remote is included, but the top of the projector is a touchpad. I use that more than the remote. Alternatively, plug in a mini keyboard. I did that to type in the Wi-Fi passwords. It was so much easier than hunt and peck on the projected display.
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Overall 10
10

Pocket Projectors have finally grown up and the Philips PPX3610/F7 is worth your consideration

D. Brennan, Amazon
30 November 2013
  • Summary: During my consulting years I endured 1,001 days of schlepping a projector, laptop and all of my other assorted gear via airports, taxis, subways and pedicabs (true story). Nowadays I can usually rely on most conference rooms having some sort of projector I can connect too but sometimes that gamble doesn't pay off. I was therefore VERY excited to try a new Pocket Projector.
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Overall 6
6.0

nice picture, hard set up (for me at least).

Tory, Amazon
30 November 2013
  • Summary: I am still figuring this little thing out. So far I haven't been able to get it connect to my wifi, but that might easily be my own and my network's fault. I did use the USB slot to view some photos and found the device easy to charge and to use and the picture clear and easy to focus. The included instructions (illustrations only, no text) was confusing but there are complete and detailed instructions (with words!) online at the Philips website.
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Overall 10
10

Powerfull little projector!

Bryan, Amazon
30 November 2013
  • Summary: I received this tiny projector as a present and it's been great! It can display a large screen for such a small item; you can have a home cinema experience anywhere. Brightness/picture is obviously better in the dark than in full light. The speaker is okay, but I connect it to my mini-speaker for better sound. Wi-Fi works fine (nice for youtube, etc.) and if you want to show office documents, it’s okay. It works perfect in DLNA with my tablet and my iPhone.
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Overall 10
10

Very nice projector

daz, Amazon
31 October 2014
  • Summary: I think this pocket projector is the best out there The wifi works great with my Samsung tab s and samsung s5 phone Nice clear video and easy to set up Great 10 out of 10 all the way
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