The projector boots up quickly and has a nice LED light to show its status when booting up. I like the no-frills remote control with all the navigation buttons mirrored exactly as per the projector buttons.
The manual focus is very smooth and within seconds you will be wow by a super clear, crisp and sharp image. It takes absolutely no effort to get a focused image from corner to corner.
You can tell how clear the picture is when looking on the screen, and this has a nice definition and clarity. While all projectors are susceptible to light coming in from outside etc., we found the brightness to be very good.
It has an aux-in and out to play audio. This also enables the projector to be connected to devices such as a Soundbar or external speaker. Actually, It comes with a built-in speaker which sounds really great and is stereo sound too. The sound from the projector is loud enough to not even need separate speakers. The sound fills my entire room without it being at max volume. This would make for the ultimate home entertainment and is really a feature worth checking out. I have loved my time spent using it. This is definitely the best you can buy right now.
I initially forgot about buying an HDMI cord. However, when we opened the package of the projector, it already had one in the box which works great. The package comes with an HDMI cable, an Audio/Video cable and power cable.
Honestly, I cannot believe that this projector less than $300, that is some serious value for money right there...