Viewsonic PLED-W500 Setup and Menus
As is typical for a mini projector, the PLED-W500 does not have any zoom capability (other than a digital zoom) and only minimal height adjustment, so the projector must to be positioned at both the correct height and distance from the screen. This can make setup rather tedious and often requires the use of keystone adjustment.
Fortunately, the PLED-W500 has automatic keystone correction that uses a built-in level sensor to automatically correct and adjust the image. This automatic keystone correction works fairly well and unless you’re displaying an image size close to the max (100” diagonal), does not cause noticeable distortion.
Once the PLED-W500’s in position, the user can bring up the menu and select the desired display mode. As we noted with the Acer K330, there is a great deal of adjustability available for such a small projector. There are four picture modes (plus a User mode) and five wall color settings to choose from. In any mode, you can make adjustments to contrast, brightness, sharpness, saturation and hue. There is also an Advanced menu available that gives you the ability to select one of three color temps, gamma and color space. These modes and adjustments give the user great flexibility to match a presentation to the appropriate projection surface and color profile.
Viewsonic PLED-W500 Setup and Menus Slideshow