I have been using this projector now for a few months. I bought it at Staples on a lark. I have been wanting a projector, but didn’t want to pay a ton. It also was a positive that it would fit in my briefcase.
It works well in mid to low right conditions. I would have thought for the price and size the lighting woudl need to be dark. I can set the lighting so I can program and still project a movie on the wall.
The size cannot be beat. It comes with lots of cables, and a tripod. The tripod is worthless. That si the biggest complaint. It tends to be hard using it to get the projector level, you will still use numerous books to get it to the right height.
It will project well on a white wall. In my paneled basement I use a cheap piece of poster board tacked to the wall.
It allows you to load certain file types into the projector, to use on the fly. That is a ncie addon, I have not used it for that though. One use I did find was for people who work on computers. I had a friend and I was trying to help him resolve a computer issue. We didn’t know was it the video card or his monitor. We used my projector since I had it with me. It turned out to be his video card. So it shoudl get tossed into a computer repairman’s case.
So if you want a little projector, that is small and packs a punch. Try this one.
Years ago I had a subscription to audible.com. I really enjoy listening to audio books when I Drive. I was just doing some surfing around the web on Saturday, and wanted to download a trial of Anime Studio. I had been wanting to try it. I like Manga studio, so thought I may like Anime Studio. So they didn’t have an option to get just a free trial. They did have an option to do a trial and get the software for free. I went through a few offers, and saw the one for audible. I buy an audio book ever 2 weeks or so. Lately it is hard finding the ones you like. It use to seem like you could get them anywhere. The nonfiction ones seem to be pretty light.
I decided to give audible another shot, at 7.95 a month. That is really a pretty good deal. One negative is you still have to download a manager program.
One question I have is why do people assume we want this crap to run all the time. LOL Make me boot it up, DO NOT WASTE MY RESOURCES EVERY DAY, for something I will use once a week at most, probably every two weeks.
It integrates well with iTunes. That allows me to just burn my own CD’s. I can then share them with friends after I listen. I have a couple of friends who we share audio books with. If you like to read audio books, get a audible membership. You get the one a month for 8 bucks. That is better than the used price on most audio books. You can buy additional books in the 8-24 dollar range, which is a good price. It is always cheaper than the Amazon price.