As you can see, the buttons and ports are pretty self-explainatory and straightforward. The ViewX features a removable battery, which I find that a portable device like this should have, and it is charged via the mini-USB port on the side. When it comes to the input port, i-Connect has a proprietary plug which you have to use in order to connect to your various gadgets.
Upon holding the projector unit in my hand, it is quite hard to imagine what something so lightweight is able to do. I started to realise that it is uncannily light, which did not feel like it has a good build quality. In fact, if no one told you that this is a portable projector, you would probably think it is one of those portable battery that you can use to add more juice to your smartphone or digital camera. Overall, it feels rather plasticky.