Reviews and Problems with Philips PicoPix PPX-1230
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So small and functional you won't believe it...and comes with VGA cable
Mr. M. Skinner, Amazon
2 November 2013
Summary: I ordered this based on the 4 star reviews this has and was a bit unsure however I have to say and these are only my initial thoughts/impressions but this little gizmo appears to be the real deal. When I say little, I mean very little. It's tiny!
Summary: Received this product next day (weekend) with amazon prime. This projector is fantastic for the price paid. Day light has little impact on projected picture quality. But in dark room absolutely brilliant. The size of this projector is very small that you can carry in pocket.
Summary: Wasnt expecting too much for its price and size but its just brilliant. I place it around 9 feet from the wall where I project and it does a great job. There are few comments here stating it aint great for daylight. Ofcorz it aint. Its just 30 lumens and its a pico projector.
Summary: This little marvel couldn't be further removed from the old days of a bulky projector whirring noisily in the background, clunking through slides one at a time until eventually they inevitably jam...
Summary: After a lot of research decided to risk purchase of this little projector. There was no risk! It idoes every thing I expected and more. Small Battery operated if required. I have used it on battery for half an hour.. Brightsharp picture.and easy to set up and operate.
Phillips Pico Pix PPX1430 Multimedia Pocket Projector with MP4 Player
25 October 2012
Summary: Wow, a magic little thing to carry around with you wherever you go! A GREAT LITTLE PROJECTOR very useful for artists, you can use an USB with the images that you want to project, also you can watch films!
Summary: Very agreeably surprised by the performance of such a small projector, granted it requires a properly darkened room and the sound leaves something to be desired, but overall a worthwhile purchase.
Summary: Id say this is a great buy. The projector is nothing like a real full projector, but for its portability its quality is excellent. You wouldnt, for example, use this to project in a room full of day light. But who would do that with any projector?
Summary: Having got a plethora of mobile digital gadgets including my iphone, ipad, PSP et al, I came to the conclusion that I was carrying tons of digital content around with me that was difficult to share and enjoy as the screen size on said gadgets were to small due to their portability.