Given that a lot is lost in the translation; getting from the projected image on the screen, though the camera, resizing, saving compressed for web, and displayed on your device, the T-200 performs admirably for both business and home entertainment, as far as it comes to color and general picture.
Thus the images you've seen in this review, mostly look pretty darn good, and you can expect the projector to definitely look better in person.
Skin tones are respectable in several modes. Only MAX mode, the bright nest, really looks off, with way too much green caste. Cinema, Normal, and USER (depending on your settings (recommended - Medium color temp, 1.9 or 2.2 gamma and standard color space).
Colors look good!
Considering the $449 suggested list price in the US, I'm impressed with the color handling. For most people looking for a 100-250 lumen pico or pocket projector, this BOXi will serve them well, whether for home entertainment or small business or education presentations.
What it cannot do, though is slug it out with some of the low cost, but much larger portable projectors, for a truly great picture. Still, not bad, not bad at all. I watched a movie on it, at about 50" diagonal, lights out, and I could live with the picture, although I'm not getting rid of my JVC for one of these!
Regarding these images, they were taken of a 50" diagonal projected image, with my rear room lights on. A picture of the projected image, and one of the rear room lighting are part of this gallery.
Bottom line: The T-200 projector produces very respectable color, and overall, a solid picture quality, certainly among other mid brightness pico and pocket projectors.