Summary: I have this projector, easy to use with any laptop, video player or what you have to show movies etc. The 2500 lumens makes for a bright picture in any light. You won't be sorry, I wasn't. The replacement bulb can be found for around $100. Try and beat that.....
Great entry level home theater projector for the money.
6 December 2012
Summary: Very happy with this projector. It is an entry level, so do not expect true high definition or all the bells and whistle's, but for the price the picture is very good. We utilize this projector to watch sporting events and movies and we are very satisfied.
Massive Projection. HD quality. Nothing compares at around $200.
8 January 2012
Summary: I use it every day for computer and HDTV enjoyment. It's simply an amazing product. Up to 300" and I'm only using 150-ish inches and its MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE. This product was manufactured in the early 2000's (year-wise) and yet the clarity is way ahead of its time.
Summary: I bought this product for gaming, movies, and as a computer projector. For the price, you can't beat the performance that this projector provides. It has a very easy to use menu system that is very self-explanatory. Overall, this projector would fit the needs of most consumers looking for a reasonably priced projector.
Summary: I was originally looking to buy this model's predecessor, the T35U, because it was relatively inexpensive, portable, had a decent amount of inputs, and had 2,000 lumen brightness. This projector is 500 lumens brighter and appears to have all the same features. The DLP is crisp and has decent focus controls. It provided a bright picture even in the theater despite having the house lights on.