quality posts: 3
Got it yesterday and played around with it. First I plugged it into my Samsung Tablet 7" model using a cable that outputs from the proprietary outlet Samsung to an RCA type connection, that then I connected to the Pico projector's RCA cord. Works darn fine! Limitation so far in visual imagery and preciseness is entirely attributable to the Samsung's screen resolution. Amole (sic) screen looks fine on the Samsung, but when blown up and projected through the Pico ... forget it. The text is terrible and unreadable. Images are fine.
Then today I took an RCA/VGA to composite video adapter and plugged one end to the Pico and the other end to the connector on my laptop and nothing happened. Guess there is some electronics that goes into the Microvision adapter that my simple contraption is missing. Connected the Pico and my desktop and nothing happened.
The $39.95 price for Microvision's adapter is about as good as it gets now. Their own website bumped up the price to $49.95. There's probably a cheaper solution out there but it will take some time to dig out.
Meanwhile, projecting an Android tablet through the Pico will get me to using this new toy! LOL.
I joined on April 15, 2005, instead of working on my taxes. The hell with taxes.