Summary: Great projector for those that travel alot. Resolution over vga is acceptable, though newer projectors are all leaving that in the dust with hdmi. Have been using it for 2 years without any real problems or drop offs in performance to date. It's plenty bright enough for detail in darkened rooms, but anything brighter than a tablelamp will wash your image out quick. Newer LED projectors are also integrating tv tuners. I wish this model had one.
Summary: I do technical training. My handouts are full color and very time consuming to assemble before each class, not knowing who will actually use it, and who is at my class because the boss told them to be there. So I had this idea to get a small projector and teach from it. Hard copy handouts would be available only to technicians who asked for them. This plan has worked out well.
Why isn't this product in other stores? It's awesome
G. Hoffman, Amazon
7 August 2010
Summary: If you need a light, portable, easy to use projector, you found it. I love the USB port where I can load up a flash drive with videos or pictures and just let it play without a computer. Also plays mp3s, although the speakers aren't the greatest, but that's not what it's designed to do.
Samsung P410M - BEST in it's class of LED projectors!
RETiredGM1 "BordInIraq", Amazon
15 May 2010
Summary: Well, I really can't complain one bit. The main reason I purchased this sweet little LED projector was to use it in conjunction with my PS3. I honestly don't "need" a HD capable projector, so this little 800x600 setup does the trick just fine. I pretty much knew what I was getting, because I had borrowed a friends P400M (the slightly downgraded model - now discontinued).
Summary: Personal Experience After having done a review on the Samsung p400b. Loving the p400b, I now own 2 p400b's and now this p410m model, its great not needing a pc for movies or presentations. Just like the older model it produces a great picture but with an extra brightness of 20 lumens. I also have tried serveral other LED models (AAXA p2,Benq GP1 Joybee).But so far samsung realy seems to be the best in quality,brightness and sharpness (no faded edges on the picture).
Summary: Purchased this projector several months ago and we've been very pleased with it's performance. Our clients are amazed with it's small size and portability - yet it still projects very clear images, from video to stills. Worth every penny.
Summary: I did a lot of research on LED projectors before purchasing this one from Samsung. Not only is there a lack of LED projectors on the market, which is a shame, but companies like Mitsubishi discontinued a very good model for no apparent reason. For the money, this is the best projector out there! The LED life is rated between 20,000 and 50,000 hours, which will probably outlive the projector itself. I have mine set up in a medium-sized den.
Summary: I use this projector for demonstrations of software and such to small groups (usually 3 or 4 people) and it's perfect for that matter. What I like is: - Portability: It's small, and although the power supply is almost as big as the projector, this model comes with a handy carrying case, which is perfect for transporting the unit and all it's components. - Ease of use: Just plugged into the laptop and played (Vista Ultimate); no need to install any software.