Please do not waste your hard earned money on this product
Rick Hartley, Amazon
27 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: This is the most amazing little guy. For the money, you get a strong 50 watt lamp and a high resolution of 640X480. The colors are amazing, just one step short of sublime, and there is no set-up at all, just plug it in, hook it up and watch!
Summary: I found there wasn't any difference between the varied inputs, i'v tried them all, everything seems to be working fine. I have the projector set up at home but could see the mobile sense, i'v owned it a few months, the remote is still working along with the projector. I'm pleased with it, along with a great screen the projectors pretty much flawless.
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.