WVGA (858x484), 700 ANSI Lumens,Post your own User Review
6.4 lbs, $1,999 (MSRP)
by hhy2k - Sep 18, 2003
I returned my X1 because of its rainbows and bought an l200U. Well, this baby is just a clear winner over the X1. It is brighter, smarter, better looking for the same price. the 16:9 native ratio is great for movies. (if you need it for presentations, the X1 is better; the Panasonic because ots screen ratio won't show great text in presentation mode, but this is a home theatre projector and movies are what it shows great) I use my pt-l200U with my laptop connected to wach MPEG4 (DIVX) movies or DVDs. It is just great, really, I couldn't be happier, especially for the price: $999. If You need a great cheap movie projector and you are hesitating if the X1 is right or not, I can tell you, it has rainbows, so you'd better take the panasonic.
ps: it has a very little screendoor, can helped with the "lens out of focus" tunning which doesn't harm the movie experience... trust me, I am a movie fan!