The WX320 is one of two compact portable projectors recently added to Canon's LV range, the other being the XGA-based X320. A WXGA (that is, 1,280 x 800 pixels) model, it has a maximum brightness of 3,200 lumens, a contrast ratio of 10,000:1, and tips the scale at 2.5kg.
Like the other Canon LV series projectors, the WX320 is designed for both home and work use. As it's based on Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology, its lamp system doesn't use any filters, which in turn helps to reduce maintenance and operating costs in the long run. Under normal use, the lamp lasts a good 4,000 hours. If your room is small and you can tolerate a 20-percent light drop, you can stretch that to 6,000 hours by using the Eco mode.
Equipped with two VGA and one MHLcompatible HDMI inputs, the LV-WX320 is ready for analog and digital sources, including smartphones and tablets. There's also a RS232C interface, a RJ45 network jack, and even a good old S-Video terminal. And since it supports DLP-Link, you can easily repurpose it to be a 3D projector (no 3D glasses are provided, by the way). This is something that 3LCD projectors can't do.
With clearly labelled connections, easily adjustable feet, and the presence of horizontal and vertical keystone corrections, the LV-WX320 didn't take us long to set up. Even when projecting on a non-white surface, we were able to quickly color-correct the image with the Screen Color function. If we're allowed to nitpick, it'll be the lens' rather restrictive 1.1x zoom ratio; so make sure you confirm your screen size before wall-mounting it.
The 1.1x zoom ratio can be a tad limiting.
The HDMI input is MHL compatible, allowing you to connect to mobile devices.