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Product information

    Projector type
    DLP
    Resolution
    854x480
    Brightness (max)
    100 ANSI
    3D support (3D-Ready)
    No
    HDR
    No

    General

    Built-in speakers
    No
    Lamp life max (eco)
    Lamp life max (normal)
    30000 h
    Lens shift
    No
    Portable
    Yes
    Projection distance
    1.5 - 12.2 m
    Projector type
    DLP
    Screen size
    14.8 - 120 inches
    Throw ratio
    1.4 :1
    Type of lamp
    LED
    Zoom ratio

    Connectors

    Analogue 3.5mm input
    Component input (YPbPr/YCbCr)
    0 pc
    Composite input
    0 pc
    DisplayPort
    Yes
    HDMI
    Yes
    HDMI version
    MHL
    No
    Number of HDMI inputs
    1 pc
    Other connectors
    S-video
    USB
    Yes
    USB 2.0
    1 pc
    VGA in
    No

    Image properties

    Resolution
    854x480
    Aspect ratio
    16:9
    Brightness (max)
    100 ANSI
    Contrast
    1500 :1
    Dynamic contrast
    Image frequency
    Video formats supported
    480p, 576p, 720p, 1080p (Full HD), 1080i, 480i, 576i

    Design

    Available colours
    Black, White, Silver

    Dimensions

    Dimensions (WxHxD)
    Depth
    66 mm
    Height
    22 mm
    Width
    68 mm
    Weight
    0.08 kg

    Features

    Features

    Communication

    Ethernet connection
    No
    Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
    No

    Compatibility

    3D support (3D-Ready)
    No
    HD ready
    No
    HDR
    No
    Streaming standards

    Audio features

    Noise level
    28 dB

    Power supply

    Operational Power Consumption (min-max)
    Power consumption (standby)
    Power management
    Battery, USB

    Miscellaneous

    Release year
    2015

    Links

Reviews

    2.5 of 5 stars

    Based on 2 reviews

    guos89
    2017-01-03
    Very nice to see how far the development of small projectors have gone in a few years. I bought the projector in order to together with a separate Bluetooth speakers (beoplay a1), my computer and a number of PowerPacks on each 15.000mah able to create a completely battery powered home theater that can be easily in your bag, for example, the summer house for hours of movie watching. On the whole, I think I succeeded very well. The resolution of "only" 854 * 480 pixels is nothing on the windows (barely legible), but is nothing but think about once you see a movie. Run to Kodi or similar interface with great interface, so the resolution is quite sufficient. The brightness of 100 lumens is much lower on paper than "ordinary" projectors with about 2000-3000 lumens, but will do absolutely blowing up a 50 'screen in a moderate darkened room. Together with good sound from a Bluetooth speaker will experience much more enjoyable than to check directly from the laptop. in a completely darkened room can successfully inflate a 120-150 "image, for example, a white sheet for a powerful experience, if not a 4K image with immense brightness. Then it is worth noting that I usually have a TV of 55 ". Some drawbacks are the lack of image keystone correction, zoom or dyligt and fan on most projectors allows a whole part. When the projector supports standard tripod mounts, I would recommend the acquisition of a flexible stand for the best set of skills. I have no other projector to compare with but the fan sounds a very bright sound that can be annoying if you look at the film when to sleep and have the projector near his head. Viewing it in action movies or dyligt with moderate to loud noise is not heard this but can be a hassle if you meant to have the projector with slightly rolling to fall asleep to. It may also be worth noting that the projector for obvious reasons, do not have a sound embedded. I personally recommend to connect to a wireless bluetooth speaker for playback source to easily and inexpensively create a significantly better sound than the built-in computer. (For example, with a Beoplay a1, JBL charge 3 or Bose SoundLink Mini is unbelievable what sound to achieve close to the same sound as from a better home theater system when it comes time sound effects and dialogue.) The projector also seems to be very hot after a while, leading to the need to lower the brightness from 3 (maximum) to 2 for failing to shut down. Now this fortunately not very much on the experience when the difference between state 3 and state 2 is not particularly large. say maybe 100 and 80 lumens. The lack of unnecessary features such as built-in media player is also not something I miss, especially when it is reflected in the relatively low price. However bothers me a little that the focus is a little too sensitive and that the device has no power button. As soon as the projector is supplied with power via the USB starts automatically which of course is easy when mounting the projektern but that also means you have to unplug the USB cable after each time you have seen a movie. A small detail yet. Overall, a very nice projector for those who know what it buys projector, but nothing to replace your 3000 lumen 4K projector.