I can't believe how small it is for such an impressive projector. It's as big as two sandwiches, so, yes, it'll fit in a lunch box. Picture quality is breath taking in total darkness, but horrible if the room is lit in any way, as you would expect. Build quality doesn't look very impressive, it's...
I can't believe how small it is for such an impressive projector. It's as big as two sandwiches, so, yes, it'll fit in a lunch box. Picture quality is breath taking in total darkness, but horrible if the room is lit in any way, as you would expect. Build quality doesn't look very impressive, it's just a thin cheap plastic case and may not be very durable...time will tell. If you look into the lens with it turned off, you can see some strange marks/imperfections around the outside of the lens, these don't effect the image quality, but they do speak to the low build quality of the lens.
The cooling fan is annoyingly loud and runs constantly.
There are no English instructions, so to get it working you have to randomly press buttons and try to remember what worked.
No AAA batteries included for the remote control.
It took almost 2 months for DX to deliver this item, and they really didn't care about that. Room needs to be very dark to fully appreciate how good this projector is. I don't know why they say that this unit produces a 50 inch picture, I had a 20 + foot picture spread out over a massive inside wall of my house, and it still looked beautiful. I haven't had much time to play with this unit yet, but as of today, I haven't been able to play/display anything other than HDMI inputs and jpegs on a USB stick. It doesn't seem to recognise mp3 music or mp4 video on an SD card or a USB stick. I'm not too stressed about that as it could just be a simple fix that I haven't discovered yet, and even if it's not, I'll just play all my mp3 and mp4s through my computer's HDMI cable or use a media player. I haven't tried any other inputs yet. I spend 6 - 8 months/year in crappy hotels and mining camps. With a set of headphones and this projector sitting on the floor, pointing at the ceiling, I've now got a 70 inch screen that I can watch while comfortably lying down. So this is just what I need to chase off boredom and stay sane (ish). If durability proves to be acceptable, then this projector will be worth every cent.
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