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Pros: This projector is very bright, and is usable even in lit rooms. In a dark room, you can put a 100in + image on the wall easily. It has more inputs than you need, including USB (with the ability to play movies directly off the stick), HDMI, VGA, composite, and transflash/microsd (which I haven't used). It has a build in speaker that isn't very loud, but includes a standard headphone sized audio output that can be used with an external set of speakers (I use an iHome). If you buy the optional rechargable battery, the projector will run for about 90 minutes at half brightness, which is good to get you by in a pinch, but ideally you will want this thing plugged in for full brightness. It also comes with a small bendable tripod stand to allow you to adjust the angle it sits at. It does have digital keystone correction as well, but that's something you generally don't want to use. It also comes with a cheap, but usable, remote.
Cons: I have very few problems with this projector. Everything works as advertised. I initially had problems with the VGA input, but on last test it was working flawlessly (up to at least 1080p), so i'm writing that off as a problem with my PC drivers, which I have since updated. I believe mine has a slight shift in focus across the image left to right, but its barely noticable. It doesn't have a lenscap, but I compensate by leaving it in a case when not in use. I have no major issues.
Other Thoughts: The projector itself is light, and fairly small, but don't fool yourselves. This is a microprojector, not a picoprojector. I can firmly grip it in one hand, but not wrap my fingers all the way around. I am overally very happy that I bought this projector, and I would recommend it for anyone looking for a projector in this price range, size, and brightness.READ FULL REVIEW