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Small Projector packs just enough punch.,
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This review is from: ViewSonic PJD2121 400 Lumens Ultra Portable PICO DLP Projector 2.1LBS (Office Product)
I'm an Author, Career Coach and Speaker on Job Search & Career Management. I give lectures and presentations all of the time at corporate events, YMCA in NYC, at colleges and universities (for both students and alumni), and at The New York Public Library's JOB SEARCH CENTRAL.
While most of my venues do have projectors for my use (and they are VERY bright), some do not. THIS projector is PERFECT. 400 lumens. Not like daylight, for sure... but quite bright and gives you great visuals to use as a backdrop that creates a much richer feel to lectures and presentations, rather than going without that visual support. Of course, you need to develop great visuals -that goes without saying.
Negatives: Yes, the power brick is the bear. But having a projector so small is truly great and much more portable that others. Don't expect the image you would get from a much more expensive projector, or one that has thousands of lumens. That being said, this one is the right balance for my needs.
Bonus: It acts as a great home projector to add some fun on a living room or bedroom wall for movie night fun. It's 'short throw', so you get a very large picture with very little distance.
Buy again: in a heartbeat. Wish I had picked it up months ago!
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Initial post: Nov 1, 2010 6:29:52 PM PDT
Steven M. Chichetti says:
Somewat helpful review, but more self-promoting than an objective product review. Come on John, the links, plugs, references...? I was looking for info about the projector, not the projectee.
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