Summary: Very handy device. Does exactly what I was hoping. It does have a little less brightness / lumen than you might need in SOME viewing conditions, but in 90% of cases it is more than adequate. And the form factor is GREAT.
Crisp reasonably hi-def image. Brightness is impressive - up to 8 ft wide image in artificial light, maybe 6ft in daylit room.
R. J. Hunter, Amazon
23 June 2015
Summary: For a long time I've avoided getting a wide screen tv figuring I can just get decent projector for my computer and I'll have a huge picture at a fraction of the cost. The QUMI does it. You can go maybe up to 100" diagonal in a daylit room or 140" at night with the lights on.
I am quite pleased with the definition of the projected image
Douglas Myers, Amazon
21 June 2015
Summary: I am quite pleased with the definition of the projected image, which is the primary reason to have a projector. I was surprised that it didn't include a usb to usb cord, though. Small things are important, as well.
Summary: Love this little projector. Really bright for its size. I purchased a refurbished unit for much less than retail so I can live with a few quarks. The unit I received has a slight convergence or alignment issue with the green LED light source that is especially noticeable on the top right corner.
it works great I also tried a wifi dongle that's for a ...
14 April 2015
Summary: The Qumi Q5 I got it refurbish it has little cosmetic details overall its refurbish, it works great I also tried a wifi dongle that's for a Raspberry Pi and it works also the app from Vivitek works (you'll have to find out the IP address in order for it to work with the app) The browser lags really...
Summary: There's a learning curve to this projector, but ultimately I think it's worth putting in the time. The projector ships with a bunch of cables, none of which can be used to connect to a macbook air.