The ViewSonic M2 is a compact, highly portable projector that can run on batteries.
You can read all about it in our in depth review.
It's about the size of two thick paperbacks side-by-side.
The two 3-watt speakers were tuned by Harman Kardon and sound surprisingly OK.
There's no zoom on the M2. For a bigger or smaller image, you need to move the projector farther or closer to the screen. There isn't even an analog manual focus control. Instead there's a camera-like autofocus, which you can also adjust via the remote.
The remote isn't backlit and has a rather unintuitive layout. However, there aren't many buttons, so eventually I'd imagine one would get used to it.
You can tilt the M2 farther upwards than most projectors thanks to its adjustable hinged foot.
Seems sturdy enough to use as handle to move around, but I wouldn't throw it around like that.
There are internal apps, but they're not as good as what you'd get from a Roku or Amazon streaming stick. To that end, there are HDMI and USB connections on the back.
Normally you'll have the M2 connected to a wall outlet via its included power brick. It can also run off a USB-C battery pack (not included).
ViewSonic claims around two hours of playback from a 10,000 mAh battery. Using battery power also dims the image.
The three small feet are adjustable, too. The compartment on the lower left is for the included Wi-Fi adapter.