The need for a portable LED Projector
A look at the ASUS P1M
Found at the back of the projector is the AC Power jack and a kensington lock hole. One of the core feature of the AC power in jack is that it is cross compatible with most ASUS notebook power adapters and will work even with those power adapters.
Additionally, there is a single 1W speaker is built into the projector. Music files do play directly on the projector unit.
What we felt
Personally, I really liked the easy settings interface of the ASUS P1M. Settings were very easy to understand even for someone who know nuts about projectors like me. Setting the projector up require almost no effort. I simply had to plug in the power and then connect the video cable.
The user interface on the settings page of the projector is very simple and is controlled via 3 main buttons. There is a left and right button and a middle select button for selection. It really is as straightforward as it seems.
ASUS has not disappointed me with their projector even though they are not well known for manufacturing them. The projector is full of ASUS essences, much focusing on user interaction and user experience. The ease of setting up and changing the settings of the projector really sets it apart from competing products. Their adoption of LED technology for the projector also prolongs its lifetime and makes it much environment friendly as it consumes less electricity. If you’re looking for a new projector to supersize your home theatre experience, make sure to take a look at the ASUS P1M.