Summary: I cannot seem to be able to contact the supplier to replace the power supply which is nor working. My kids have not used it since Xmas but I was able to test it with a neighbors power supply. The unit seems to work, but with a working power supply. There is a reason why 'seller feedback' optoin is absent - now I know.
Excerpt: For the price, this projector works well for my purposes. I hook it up to my MacBook and project images to trace for future paintings. I needed something bright (I had tried an inexpensive Artograph and could barely see the image, even in dark room). The room doesn't have to be completely black to be able to see in the image, which is good for daytime tracing. It's lightweight and easy to set up.
Please do not waste your hard earned money on this product
Rick Hartley, Amazon
11 January 2013
Summary: Length:: 1:15 Mins You can buy a flat screen with fare better resolution. You need it to be totally dark to enjoy any size at all. If I can return it I wii or it will be on Ebay by Monday. Really you will not be happy. I bought it for Wii bowling and it was terrible. Every one said lets go back to the 32 inch flat screen. that I paid less for. I ended up sending it back. I just would not know what I would use it for. Amazon was great about the return.
Summary: I don't have a space for a big-screen television, but really like watching movies, or games, in larger than life sizes. I have a nice blank white wall on one side of my apartment, and with this projector on my bookshelf, I can display whatever I want to see up on the wall. the picture is great, wonderful color and really good resolution. Also, it give me a lot of different inputs, though I mainly use the HDMI or the USB, according to how I'm feeding it.
Summary: 1 point pyle home prjle60 have good lumens but i have trouble with the sound one moth in use and this broke 2 point the usb and sd is "optional" don't have it 3 point tv this other trouble with the image and sound be careful with your wallet
Summary: Figured I couldn't go wrong with the GREAT deal i got from Amazon on the Pyle PRJLE60. I figured given it's LED source, it wouldn't be as costly to renew the "bulb", and figure the 2600 lumens advertized were sufficient for my needs. I used it for a 24-minute PowerPoint presentation. At about 18 minutes into the presentation, a black dot appeared in mid-screen, which grew larger as the presentation continued.