Summary: Super impressed with the image quality and brightness from such a small projector. It accepts a 1080p HDMI input even though the native res is lower, so it won't cram your windows and icons into 720p. Text in windows is still very readable. Blu-ray movies still look great, and you get a huge display for much less than the cost of a big flat panel. No SD card input or on-board storage on the -LITE model.
Summary: I'm loving this projector. It's a great bargain, and the 3D is amazing if you can take the time to tweak it. There are a number of compromises, but they make sense for the price. First the compromises: The Qumi Q2 has plastic lenses. The image is super sharp, but the focus changes slowly for the first few minutes as the temperature stabilizes. After that, the focus holds great! Glass lenses would be nice, but would be more expensive.
Summary: Brighter than you would imagine and very small. Sits on a mini-tripod -- or any tripod. Nice clarity. Obviously not for everyday home use as the brightness will disappoint for darker, moodier movies but it's an amazing little projector. Great for traveling, camping or small projections. I use it for art installations and theater projects. I first saw it used in the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at LACMA in Los Angeles.
Summary: Awesome product Needs to be pretty dark to see but picture is 720p clear as a bell I should give it 4 stars because i cant get sound to come out of the internal speaker but i use the sound from the av input to a shelf stereo and it is fine
Summary: Works perfect. I use it all the time for movies in my room after a day at college. The only one thing I would change is have a full sized HDMI instead of a mini HDMI but that is very minimal. I just bought a $4.00 adapter. It is much better than I thought it would be. Very small and kind of heavy. It shows that it is well built. You wont go wrong with this one!