Toshiba ET20 Projector Reviews: Summary, Pros, Cons
Like all "all-in-one" projector systems, the ET20 inherently has compromises built in. The real strength though of the ET20 lies in its small, very portable size, easy setup, and the fact that it sits much closer to your screen or wall than any of the competition.
This makes it ideal for setting up temporarily, taking it on vacation, or to a friends, or whatever other mischief you can come up with.
The overall picture quality is very enjoyable to watch, but the lack of the ability to accurately set the color to match the standard color profile for movie watching, definitely says that this projector is not for purists. It's just a generally good all-in-one solution for TV, movies, games, etc.
Instead, I think of it as a really fun projector. It looks good on movies, even better on TV/HDTV, and looked downright impressive with my PS3 hooked up to it. There is a PC input, but as a serious projector for projecting PC information, it is to low a resolution, but fine for computer games, graphics, etc. Just avoid spreadsheets. A business projector it's not.
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Toshiba TDP-ET20 Summary
Fun product. The kids will love it. This is a bonus room hit, just picture your kids - or you, spending even more time - watching TV, playing video games, watching movies, on a screen or wall that dwarfs the largest plasma displays or big screen TVs.
And want even cooler, pair it with the Gemmy inflatable screen, set it all up outdoors in the evenings and have a real blast!