Summary: For the size and price this a great little projector. I wanted something small and light weight that I could travel with for client presentations. It is better than I hoped it would be. The projection quality is good. It's tiny and so light weight in comparison to my former expensive projector.
Summary: I think this is the best balance between weight, size and lumens. It fits nicely in my backpack with a netbook and I use it to give classes. I dont know how could a live without this projector!
Summary: The third party power supply (AC adapter) that came with the projector died during my first presentation about 3 hours in to it. The projector is great, the power-supply is Asian no name junk.
Summary: I'm an Author, Career Coach and Speaker on Job Search & Career Management. I give lectures and presentations all of the time at corporate events, YMCA in NYC, at colleges and universities (for both students and alumni), and at The New York Public Library's JOB SEARCH CENTRAL.
Summary: Just got it, tested it out, and got serious air let out of my tires. This is a beautifully designed product, tiny in size, next step from the pocket projectors, light, portable, plug-n-play, all that. But when it came to picture quality, particularly color reproduction - it's not even close.
Summary: The unit has a good image quality and brightness for the price but the lack of a carrying case force the user to carry with the power supply (which is large and heavy by the way), the DB9 cable, CD software and remote control elsewhere....
Summary: The picture is big and beautiful. The machine is plug and play. The lamp is bright enough so that you don't need total darkness. When you turn it off the lamp is cool so that you can pack it up immediately to take it. It's just 2 pounds so that it's a dream to transport.