Reviews and Problems with Philips PicoPix PPX-1230
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Philips Pico Pix PPX1430 (to be used with X-box 360)
P. J. Bond, Amazon
20 December 2012
Summary: Overall, this is a great product. I purchased it primarily for using my X-box 360 when I'm travelling, and for projecting movies played on my PC onto the ceiling when I'm feeling lazy in bed...
Summary: Bought this projector to use in my room along with a wireless mouse and wireless keyboard. Works well for my purpose, Works straight out of the box when connected to my laptop. By the way, 2 cables were provided for the connection, one is for computer and the other one with 3 heads that i have no...
Summary: I bought this for fun. It is amazingly small. I thought I would add one thing that nobody else seems to have mentioned. You see a lot of split RGB images as your eye does its normal saccades. It is a bit disconcerting. Aside from that it is great.
Summary: AFTER PLAYING AROUND WITH THIS UNIT FOR A DAY NOW I AM WRITTING A VERY QUICK REVIEW ON IT AND COMPAIRING IT TO MY ACER 5360 ITS A VERY COMPACT UNIT THATS FOR SURE , ABOUT 1/8 THE SIZE OF THE ACER , IT SEEMS TO PLAY MOST MOVIE FILES OF THE BUILT IN MEMORY OR SD CARD OR EVEN USB STICK , USB STICK YOU...
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: Bought the unit to work off an iPad and run Keynote presentations when on the road selling. Its small, light and fits into your laptop bag and works perfectly. Although the darker the room the better the result.
Summary: Bought it, connected up and got it running almost immediately. Slight hiccup with the "desktop" view, but will sort that out next time I use it. Could do with a pdf instruction manual, otherwise did exactly what it said it would.
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?