Summary: Viewsonic wireless adapter only supports WEP (sold separately). DHCP server is either on or off so thier is no way to bind it to just the wireless card. vsPresenter software is NOT COMPATIBLE WITH WINDOWS 7! vsPresenter works with XP x64 as far as I have tested. No documentations on vsPresenter lists requirements and Viewsonic support spent hours with me to assuming it was something wrong with my network setup/devices.
Pros: Nice bright display with pretty decent sharpness for a projector.
Cons: The projector failed in less than 1 week. It started automatically powering down after about 15 minutes of use with no overheating LED warnings. Viewsonic replaced it with a new projector with a manufactured date 1 year newer than what newegg sent me.
Summary: By far the best projector I have ever owned or used, in every respect. Produces a beautiful, perfectly sharp, brilliant image. Love the adjustability of the throw length of the lens. It means I can correct for the distance between the projector and the screen to some degree, and not have the image limited by the space of the room I am in. Do yourself a favor, if you don't buy this projector, buy one that has an adjustable image throw length on the lens.
Summary: Fantastic projector we have it projected on wall 108 across and it looks stunning. The 4000 lumens is incredibly bright and the picture does not degrade when the blinds are open during the day. We got this projector to replace a viewsonic pj1165 that did not have a hdmi connection. Very happy only disappointment is that the Roku is not compatible with projectors.
Pros: Super Bright Picture. Bright enough to project on a matte white textured wall and compete with 150 watt light bulb turned on with out too much wash out.
Cons: Any loss of signal (i.e. switching inputs or sources) causes the projector to show the ViewSonic logo with an eye searing white background...not so great for a darkened room. Some flickering issues with the bulb. Occasionally forgets the settings; mine in on a UPS, so it isn't power loss related. Doesn't appear to have a picture any better than my NEC LT245 (1024x768). I know signal source has alot to do with this, but the NEC had an incredible scaler. My point in com...
Summary: The image is that the lowest part of the image does not move with the zoom like normal projectors do, the bottom of the image is always the bottom, causing the zoom to make a bigger picture upwards only.
Pros: Beautiful 1080 picture, 2xHDMI inputs and fast refresh rate, bright on wall even with daylight shining through blinds. PIP/POP for sharing 2 HDMI signals! - but also includes all the other inputs as well.
Cons: Aims straight with NO zoom, at MAX zoom the picture is High on the wall even having to prop up the back of the projector to get a picture straight on the wall.