Reasonably good data image quality
The P300 shares many of the same advantages as competing models rated at 300 lumens, and it fits in the same general category. Compared with pocket projectors, it's larger and heavier, but still small and light enough to take up very little room in a briefcase or laptop bag so you can carry it without much effort.
Performing, small and lightweight
I purchased this projector for my living room to watch video contents from my laptop and Galaxy Note 2. My first initial impression was that the image was not as crisp as a regular TV but I later found a focus adjustment wheel on the projector! Once I started to mess with the focus adjustment, I was blown away by how nice the image looked with the lights dimmed. I also love how small and lightweight these pico projectors are.
Great brightness, lightweight, easy to use, all for a very reasonable cost
I love this projector. Not only does it give a great image with great brightness, but it is also very thin, lightweight and easy to carry around. Zoom capability is somewhat limited, but does help in adjusting screen size once you get about the right distance. Speakers in the unit are limited, and unfortunately there is no audio out, so you have to hook up audio from your laptop audio out (that worked just great for a recent video presentation with over 200 people in a large hall).
Image quality is very good
With a $499 list price and little in the way of street price discounts, the ASUS P1 is not the least expensive projector in the 200-lumen category. However, it is one of the smallest and lightest, and that goes a long way when lugging a projector around. It lacks a built-in speaker and has no HDMI input, but it does a nice job with both data and video images. The P1's two-year warranty is double that of its closest competitors. It should be considered seriously by mobile presenters.
Excellent compact projector for travel
Overall, I'm very satisfied with the performance, portability, and quality of this projector. My main reason for deducting it one star is because of the lack of additional inputs. If it had an HDMI input, I would easily give it five stars. The rest of the cons are really just little things that would have made it that much better, so I'm not deducting any stars for them. I plan on traveling more with it for providing training slides and videos.
Elegant palm-size design, Bright image
The ASUS P1 Portable LED Projector delivers a bright and sharp image in a compact design. Business travelers need a projector that's small enough to carry, but big enough to lend impact to their presentations. The $499 ASUS P1 Portable LED Projector fills those needs well, offering a bright image and easy-to-use controls in a sturdy, subdued package.
Long-life LED lamp, DLP chip, comparatively bright
The P1's most annoying shortcoming is that it only has a VGA input via its own special cable. We think not including an HDMI port is a big mistake, as newer equipment has largely ditched VGA. There's also no card reader or USB ports, so you can't play media files or a slideshow directly.
I bought the Epson PowerLite 1776w to install in a client boardroom. The device is mounted on the ceiling through a generic ceiling mount (not included), we were up and running in seconds, the connectivity options include VGA, Wifi, HDMI and USB (the lack of Ethernet is a minus). The setup was quick with any of these.
Data images aren't quite on the mark
When you use projectors in classrooms, you want ruggedness and reliability with minimum maintenance. You also want to set up and go with no delays for image adjustment. That is exactly what you get with the PLC-XK2600, and the added bonus is excellent data and video performance. You can find XGA projectors for less money, but you will have a hard time matching the PLC-XK2600's knockout images and low cost of ownership.
All-rounder with sufficient brightness
The Sanyo PLC-XK2600 is a decent general-purpose projector. It doesn't have any killer features and doesn't excel in any single area. Nor is it especially portable. Nonetheless, the £450 price tag is modest, and if you want an all-rounder with sufficient brightness to let it work in light rooms, the PLC-XK2600 is a safe buy.
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