I have no words...PIQO said:Our engineers are currently working on the firmware update to fix this issue and once it has been finished then we will let you know.
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I think you are still confused. The article clearly states, that 50 ansi lumen is the minimum that an LED projector should realistically deliver and that is not "a good value", while 200 ansi lumen is an adequate (still not good) value. It also clearly states, that ansi lumen is the only relevant unit of measurement and all other "lumen" numbers given are marketing lies, completely arbitrary (ranging from 6x the actual lumen to over 20x) and not to be trusted at all. There is nothing like "just lumen", only ansi lumen. ANSI being an organisation which defines norms, just like iso norms which are defined by the ISO....
About the Lumens, during the waiting I found some informative site that was explaining the thing better. It was making difference between "ANSI lumen" and "lumen", specifying that a value of 50 ANSI lumen for a LED projector was a high and good value (it was an old article).
Values higher that these make a LED projectors VERY HIGH PRICED.
Now, the 1000+ values we see all around are NOT ANSI lumen, but just "lumen", else values like theese could be reached only with more powerful projectors with others light sources.
Hmm.. Interesting... I signed up for this waiting list, I'm curious about the Fan noise it will produce...Maybe someone could be interested in this, a PHILIPS projector with 800 ANSI Lumens and Full HD, it's bigger, but I suppose that the name behind it could be trusted better, and the cost of preorder is similar to the PIQO:
Seem like to speak with a child... they discovered that the "native" term they used before was wrong... so they now use "capable"PIQO said:Hi <name>, PIQO is sill 1080p capable. If there will be any issues with y our projector, please email us. We will definitely help you
PIQO said:Hi <name>, PIQO is 1080p
PIQO said:Hi <name>, PIQO has a manual focus adjustment feature. If you will experience blurry picture, you just have to adjust it and you should have a clear 1080p picture
PIQO said:Hi <name>,
Please note that the chipset is 1080p capable. We have delivered thousands of units and only a few had issues with their projectors. The ones posting their comments on Indiegogo is a very tiny percentage of it.
Unfortunately, we cannot issue a refund but we will send you your projector as promised. However, we apologize for the long wait and all the inconvenience this has caused.