Supports usefully bright, high-quality image in the most portable format
As should be obvious, the AAXA P2 Jr. offers a lot to like. Its got excellent data image quality, good video quality, good connectivity, plus the ability to read files directly from USB keys and microSD cards. It also helps a lot that it doesn't show many rainbow artifacts. It fits in a shirt pocket and has ample brightness for the size, particularly when using AC power.
Image good and great sound from device
Good value for money, clear picture but the alignment of pic is very difficult. In order to get a proper square box you have to have it suspended 1.5mtr from ceiling or floor(like superman)you have to constatnly adjust tripod the buit in stand is no use could be bigger and sturdier bit the quality overall is ACE and iv tried a few too
Good video image quality
The InFocus IN1144 is a solid performer when it comes to video presentations, but it falls short in the data category. Its soft focus gives a seamless, analog quality to video viewing, but it makes viewing small fonts in spreadsheets and documents difficult. It is small and light for a 500-lumen projector, but it has competitors nearly half its weight and size at a comparable street price. This is InFocus' first small LED projector and one of a very few in its brightness range.
Impressively compact and lightweight
We took the InFocus IN1144 way out of its comfort zone. An engineer at InFocus even told us point-blank that trying to get a 100-inch or greater image from this projector was ill-advised, but we were plenty pleased with how well the little guy did at that scale. To be clear, this is not a projector for videophiles. Hell, it isn't really meant to be a home theater projector, for that matter. Yet, it has the ability to function in that capacity for casual viewing.
Perfect for family room home theater
Used it the first time on Thanksgiving, watching football and BlueRay movies. Bought it with a 100 inch "portable" screen. It is hard to beat, despite the limited audio. Receiver and remote work like a charm and even just hooking up a simple Ipod boom-box resulted in great sound in our family room. Portability and ease of setup are difficult to beat. Not sure if the 720p resolution is a downside... it sure beats the 42 inch 1080p LG TV that I bought for the same price.
Excellent build quality
The 3M MP220's looks might not set pulses racing as much as some pocket rivals, but it more than makes up for its aesthetic shortcomings with its build quality, the extent of its features, its flexibility, and best of all its picture performance, which comfortably outperforms expectations raised by previous experience with such small projectors.
Serious film fans won't be happy with its lack of black level depth, we guess, but then the MP220 is fundamentally not targetted at that audience.
Looks and feels solid
The 3M Mobile Projector MP220 looks and feels solid. It clearly targets business users who can expense not just the unit's high price, but also the cost of the accessories that render it more usable. Its unusually high resolution should add to the corporate appeal. But if you don't need the extra high-res support, you might want to look at less-expensive DLP options.
This projector is a great item for watching movies or showing photos to other people. The picture quality is great and the item is very easy to use. The only downside is that the volume of the speaker is very low, however this is easily overcome using a blue tooth speaker. The projector will also get very hot after about 2 hours of use and cause the phone to overheat.
Excellent picture quality even at 125 inch
The LG PA70G a big step up in picture quality comparing it to the old sharp xr-10x projector that we had for watching movies. We decided to renovate our home theater setup. Every piece of equipment was outdated, and the worst part, no HDMI on our AVR or projector.
After spending countless hours reading various forums and reviews we decided on the Optoma ML500. Ordered it direct from Amazon and received it a few days later. What a disappointment.
Higher resolution than some Picos with SVGA 858x480
This projector is definitely one of the more impressive pico projectors. To date, we've only seen one other we think is overall better (Optoma's PK320) which is why we gave that pico projector our Hot Product Award, and this P4-X our "almost as good" Special Interest award.
Ultimately it will come down to which features you want/need, including brightness, battery life, picture quality, physical size and weight, ease of use.
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