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I have used this Sony Projector for over 3 years.
It is very light, compact and easy to use.
It comes in a canvas carry case with shoulder strap. The projector itself folds up in to a compact carry case. The front cover folds over with a handle and locks so it can be carried like a mini briefcase.
The control functions are on top of the projector.
There is a row of buttons on the front, Power,Input,APA, and volume control.
On the right are buttons for reset,menu,arrow keys and enter.
There are 4 light signals,lamp,fan,power saving,standby.
The port at the back has audio,mouse,video,svideo and scart to laptop connection.
THe SONY LCD Projector made in Japan is very reliable.
THis one is probably 5 years old. Replacement lamps for it are now very expensive. When you switch it on it is ready to use in about 3 minutes. The picture is slightly cut off in one corner and you have to adjust the angle to get a full square. It is suitable for meetings of up to 8 people. If it is not put on standby the projector does not have an autocut off and will continue to burn the lamp. This one has got a lot of abuse and is still going strong. The built in fan stops it from overheating, a good safety device. The only problem with it is it does not have any adjuster stand, you have to make your own.
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