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Friday, December 30, 2011

Epson EX5210 MultiMedia Projector

It is probably overstating that I am in love but this is onesweet projector. I pulled it out of thebox, read the quick start guide and in a matter of minutes had my laptop screenup to big screen size! Not only thatbut within that initial 15 minutes I had YouTube videos running on my wall, ina very well light (sunlight bright) room. Within the first 30 minutes I was running Ice Age and feeling prettydarn chipper about the ease of use of this very portable projector.

I’m retired so I don’t need this for business. I will use it for presentations now andagain but I am more excited about using it as a big screen TV on the occasionalshore trip where there are just little tube type TVs. I’m also looking forward to running anoutside film fest for the grandkids on the side of the house.

The sound is adequate on the projector but you probably willwant to put something beefier on the source to give you better sound. The on screen menu and source selection wasself evident and easy to use. Focus andorientation were also a piece of cake. Is it clear I really liked this little fellow? Admittedly I haven’t played with one latelybut his puppy beats the bejabbers out of the ones I have used previously. Clarity is amazing on a flat white wall, Ihave to assume a screen would be even better.

It comes with a nice padded case. My only suggestion would be to have anotherpocket on the case for the cables. Itcame with VGA and USB, I added to it an SVHS and component, with the powercable you have a bunch of wire, an extra pocket on the case would behandy. If you are actually traveling with this, I’msure you have a spare pocket on your laptop case for the projector cables.

To summarize, this was extremely easy to setup and getworking in a astoundingly short time. Iam really going to enjoy using it.

I was provided this projector for review.

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