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.
Reasonably good battery life
The AAXA P3 is a capable representative of its breed, with strong points that include both data and image quality. The lower than promised brightness is disappointing, but the P3 is brighter than earlier generation pico projectors, and even those projectors were bright enough to be useful.
Very much on the plus side is the P3's portability, partly due to the small size and low weight.
This projector's focus lever makes it easy to get the best picture
The P3 Pico Projector offers a good picture for its size and is truly lightweight and portable.
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.
Good little projector
If you know what you're getting, this projector will not disappoint. Don't be discouraged by the name "PlayTime" - it is actually a very capable little machine. If you go in expecting it to be one of those you've seen in your giant lecture halls or rich friend's home theatre, your expectations will probably be let down. If, on the other hand, you're looking for an inexpensive alternative to a humongous screen TV that uses less power and is much more portable, this is an excellent projector.
Excellent high-quality HD projector that is compact and complete
The moment you open the box, you realize this is a quality product and no wonder LG stands by it with 2yr warranty. Unlike Dell (I bought a Dell m110 before), The LG comes with pretty much everything you need to get you going like remote, cables (except HDMI), and even usb wireless dongle. The TV-tuner works beautifully and with the sound boost ON, you can use it without external speakers. It is also brighter than my Dell m110 while the specs are similar and same lumens.
Higher resolution than most Picos at SVGA 854x480
I think the Optoma PK320 is the greatest little projector around! That's even though I personally don't really have a need for a pico projector. I really liked the older PK301, but I love this PK320.
OK 100 lumens still isn't a whole lot, but as I mentioned at the start of this review. 100 lumens (ok, actually 110 lumens) was how the portable projector industry got started.
Wow Certainly worth the wait!
The picture quality is very good and can certainly beat the quality of a regular TV. i used it with a nokia micro SD card from my old mobile and i ran a slide show on the ceiling with short videos it took my breath away. i hooked it up to my iphone and watched a full movie in my bedroom in full widescreen mode, you will be in for a good surprise :) you only need the AV cable for the iphone or ipad and a bluetooth or wired earphones and you have you 100% portable cinema box that fits in your...
A good portable projector for the money, but beware of lack of features
This projector works well for making business presentations in a moderately lit or dark room. It is much brighter than other pocket (PICO) projectors in this price range. Please note that you must use the AC adapter to achieve full brightness on this projector, and the adapter is larger and heavier than the projector!
Compact, light, and puts up a surprisingly good picture for its size
If you are a mobile presenter that really likes to travel light or you want to watch movies while traveling with an image bigger than your laptop display, then Samsung's SP-H03 might be the answer. It is compact, light, and puts up a surprisingly good picture for its size. With only 480 lines of vertical resolution, it is more suited to movies and PowerPoint slides than detailed spreadsheets, but battery life is close to two hours, and many image formats can be displayed.
Solid, colourful image
This is a 'grab and go' projector for replacing a laptop screen and is not suited for high-end presentations; the lack of any keystone features to adjust angles is one indication of this. That said, the Samsung SP-H03 can produce a solid, colourful image when set up correctly and offers incredible portability, so could well be an ideal option for some.
1GB On-board memory
The Samsung SP-H03 is a high-end pico (or pocket) projector that is designed to balance portability and high-end features. Measuring in at 70 x 27.5 x 70mm without its battery and weighing 210g with its battery, the SP-H03 sports 1GB of internal memory, a microSD slot for expanding memory (up to 16GB) and a 1 watt speaker.
Ultra portable; very light
While the SP-H03 didn't excel in all of our display criteria, it put up a decent fight when compared with more expensive models and is the very essence of portability. For its price and remarkable design you can forgive the SP-H03 its lack of brightness; onboard storage and a removable battery also improve its score.
While the Samsung SP-H03's size and design are two major pluses, the projector didn't excel in the first of our testing criteria, visibility in ambient light. Even fairly dim daylight led to washed-out images, and turning out the lights is an absolute if you want a clearer view. With the lighting adjusted, the quality of the SP-H03's picture was greatly enhanced and the 30 ANSI LED brightness began to shine both figuratively and literally.
Very good "Out of the Box" picture quality
A very worthy projector. Solid in all areas, impressive black levels, but skin tone handling and overall color are the real strength that makes the Sony VPL-HW15 deserve our Hot Product award. The lowering of the price point simply makes the HW15 even more deserving.
Sony's new HW15 is their lowest-priced 1080p projector yet released. Despite the price, Sony has made few compromises regarding image quality and feature set. The HW15 improves upon the HW10 in several ways. It brings the best features of LCOS, like a silky-smooth film-like picture, deep black levels, and silent operation down to a price point that's accessible to more consumers.
Sets a really high new standard
As well as succeeding where its predecessor did not in justifying its price hike over Sony's latest entry-level SXRD model, the VW85 sets a really high new standard for the £5,000 sector of the projector market. Will JVC's new D-ILA models manage to be even better? Well, sadly I just don't know right now. But man, it's going to be fun finding out
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