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Great little projector with so many features
on December 3, 2012
Hi, I got my projector LG HW 350t a few days back from Fry's store. I did a massive research on the portable LED projectors and finally concluded on Dell m110 (in Lumen 300 category). I ordered for Dell M110 as I got very good reviews but the delivery of the projector was planned from 1 month to 3 month time. I waited for a month but still there was no sign so I cancelled it. The other reason that might irritate you is that Dell sends you the projector and vga connector but rest all including remote and WiFi dongle need to buy separately which will cost another $ 100 - $ 120. If you include this cost, you may get a 500 lumen LED projector.
The time I was waiting for the Dell projector, I was still researching and came across the LG HW 350t. People had put good comments about the projector. So I cancelled my Dell order and went for LG. I got the little projector in a span of 4 days. The projector was packed in a cute and very handy bad with all the useful connectors. LG even gives the WIFI dongle in the box (though not much of my use).
I plugged it in the magic started. I connected my laptop to start with and the picture quality was more than good. Next day, I connected the TV output from wall using a co-ax to the projector and I was excited to see that the TV started playing nd I was getting the free channels without any adapter. Finally I tried connecting with my Motorola Xoom tab using HDMI cable and it was just plug and play. Now I play my projector daily and just love it. The screen size now I watch is around 90 inches diagonally with descent picture quality. I have not tried the projector for games but heard good reviews from people who using it for gaming.
For people interested, I have listed the pros and cons below. Hope this help people like me on the projector hunt. Enjoy.
Full USB port
2 1+1 watt speaker
Fan noise almost no
LG smart TV integrated
Multiple functions remote
Lens cap (it very small thing but somehow most of the LED projectors seems to miss this point)
WiFi dongle to access listed internet apps
Brightness (adequate for 300 lumen but sometime feel need of more)
Adapter is big and heavy (Since the whole idea of small projectors is portability so lighter the better)
WiFi dongle should have more generic app like you -tube and Netflix and should have some setting to choose apps.