Summary: For night time review on the bus return from a meet this projector worked very well. It small size, swivel ability, and multifunctional adaptations fit the need we had in our pole vault program. Thanks for the listing.
Summary: This product gets the job done, though it drains power quickly. Not surprised due to the newness of the technology. But in order to make this a truly viable commodity, then it needs to function without a recharge for at least twice as long, preferably three to four times as long. At this point, it will function for about two-plus hours running both the projector and speaker.
Summary: Thought the pivoting concept was cool. It's just ok. The short coming is software. I want to drive my projectors right from my iPhone or iPod. No software means all I can do is the obvious: watch movies and slideshows. WowWee, you should buy an iOS app called Go Universal and package it with your products. That is the only app I have ever seen that lets me project attachments, single pictures, FB, NetFlix, basically, it does it all.
They need to package this better with screen and quality sound dock.
9 December 2011
Summary: Ok - lets face it, its not going to replace a drive in theater. Is way to small and dim to be used in daylight even indoors. Whats it good for ? I am not sure? It runs hot has a short charge and is one step away from being brilliant. Would I reccomend it? Well if your a Tekkie like me you will find a use for and and be quite happy with your purchase. Would I pay more than $85 USD?
No HDMI support; iPhone & iPod can display videos only
25 October 2011
Summary: The Cinemin Swivel works fairly well for the price and what it is supposed to accomplish. It is really only bright enough to be used in a very dark room or at night, onto a white or light colored surface about 6' away. I can see it being useful for camping, or impromptu viewing inside or outside at night, by a small group of people. I don't really see this being useable in a conference room.
Summary: I was in a hurry to buy a reasonably priced projector, and purchased this without realizing that it DOESN'T WORK WITH LAPTOPS, only with smartphones, ipods, etc. =( Obviously that is my own fault, not the fault of the projector, but it really could have been better marked! Anyway, we haven't actually used the projector yet, due to the fact that the selection of cords that comes with it doesn't include a cord that works for an Android phone.
Summary: I compared this projector side by side with Pico projector and the quality of the video from the pico is SO SO SO MUCH clearer and SHARPER in image that this Wowwee and this thing is SO MUCH more expensive.