30,000-Hour Led Lifespan: Durable device thats fully operational for 10+ years. Customer service is available for any issues or defects experienced. NOTE: Android TV 9.0 does not support Netflix. For Netflix, please download DesktopManager from Google Play, then install Netflix directly from the App. You can also use a streaming device.
The XGIMI MoGo Pro+ portable projector is an excellent option for anyone who loves watching movies or playing games outside. The projector has both built-in speakers and an SD card slot, so you can watch videos, movies, and music without connecting to external speakers. The built-in battery lasts for more than two hours, and the image looks excellent, even in daylight hours, as long as there's enough ambient light. The projector has built-in Wi-Fi, so you can stream video from your own device; you can also use Google Cast to cast from your smartphone, tablet, or Chromebook. The projector also has Chromecast built-in, so you can easily cast content from your mobile device, laptop, or tablet to the projector. The projector is compact enough to carry with you, and the adjustable stand makes it easy to set up the projector wherever you'd like.
ISA Technology: Our Intelligent Screen Adaption technology features automatic focusing, screen adjustment, and obstacle avoidance for a fast and easy setup.
The XGIMI Elfin Mini Projector is a surprisingly powerful, versatile, and portable projector. It delivers a bright, crisp image, and is as bright as we’ve ever seen from a pocket-sized projector. The projector's image quality is on par with the best pocket-sized projectors we've tested. Its 4K input and HDR support also ensure it can handle HD content and can upscale to 4K images. The Elfin Mini is powerful enough to watch your favorite movies on large TVs, and its small size makes it easy to take anywhere. The projector's user interface is simple, but it occasionally features unexpected bugs, such as failing to turn off after a few minutes. Unfortunately, the Elfin Mini has no built-in speakers, so you'll need to pair it with a sound system or headphones. The Elfin Mini's small stature also limits the amount of power it can produce, so it's best used indoors.
EASY, QUICK SET UP & VERSATILE PROJECTION: Adjustable 135 degree Projection Angle, Auto Focus & Vertical Keystone
The BenQ GV30 is one of the cheapest projectors we've tested. It's small enough to easily fit in a briefcase or backpack and carry with you to class or the office, but it's powerful enough to show presentations, watch movies and TV shows, or play games. It's easy to set up and can project an image as large as 100 inches (254 centimeters) diagonally. The GV30 also has Google Assistant built in, so you can use the projector's remote or voice commands to pair it with smart-home devices such as Google Home. The GV30's image is bright and colorful, but it lacks the detail and clarity of a more expensive projector. The projector's built-in speakers, which are just a little louder than the average laptop's, aren't loud enough for watching movies. The projector's controls are also a little awkward. The projector's remote lacks a numeric keypad, so you can't enter text commands. The projector's volume buttons are also hard to push, and you must press them carefully to avoid bumping the volume up or down by too much.
Built-In Battery: MoGo Pro's strong built-in battery provides at least 2HRS of big-screen entertainment anywhere, anytime.
The XGIMI MoGo Pro mini projector offers a brighter image than its closest competitors, and it's one of the only mini projectors on the market that offers automatic keystone correction (a feature many full-size projectors have). The projector is light and compact, making it easy to move from room to room, and its 50-inch projection range makes it suitable for most rooms. The projector's image quality is among the best we tested, and it's bright enough to project a 100-inch image in very dark rooms. The MoGo Pro also automatically detects the aspect ratio of what you're projecting, so all you need to do is press the keystone button to adjust the image to match your TV, and you're done (the MoGo Pro is the only mini projector we tested with automatic keystone correction). The projector's 3,000-lumen brightness is the lowest among the projectors we tested, but it's enough for a 100-inch image in a dark room. The MoGo Pro's 4,000+ app library is one of the largest for a mini projector. If you connect a Bluetooth device, you can use the projector as a Bluetooth speaker. The projector's Android 9.0 operating system gives you access to thousands of apps, including Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, and Amazon Prime Video. The MoGo Pro's Bluetooth and WiFi capabilities make it easy to stream content from your smartphone, and you can use the projector as a wireless streaming device with Amazon's Fire TV Stick or Google's Chromecast. The projector is easy to operate, and it comes with a remote control and manual. The XGIMI MoGo Pro mini projector offers a bright, colorful image, automatic keystone correction, and a wide range of apps. The projector is more expensive than most mini projectors, but it's one of the best for image quality.
4D 45 Keystone Correction and Image ZoomWith 4D 45 keystone correction, which supports vertical and horizontal image correction, you can easily get the correct image. And the Artlii Play3 Smart Android projector also supports 70%-100% image zoom, which is useful for adjusting the image size when using it indoors.
The Artlii Play3 is our first pick for outdoor movie projectors. Its image quality is crisp, sharp, and vivid, and it projects an image that's much brighter than our top pick, the Optoma Moverio BT-500. The Artlii Play3 is also lighter and easier to use than the Moverio, and it's cheaper and faster to set up. It projects a sharp image, but its colors aren't as rich as those of our top pick. The Play3's 4K resolution is more than twice the resolution of 1080p, and it supports HDR10, Netflix, Amazon Video, and YouTube. The projector has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, so it's compatible with smartphones, tablets, and computers. The projector's display quality, brightness, and sound quality are top-notch, and it's very affordable. The Play3 supports HDMI, USB, and Wi-Fi, and it has a 1-watt speaker. The projector tends to get warm when in use, but it turns off automatically after 15 minutes of inactivity. The projector has worked well in outdoor environments, and it projects 4K images with little distortion. The projector has a 3-hour battery life.
Ideal in the Home: Stay entertained at home with Capsule II's 100-inch image. Watch movies, take online classes, or keep the kids entertained with hours of cartoons and educational videos. The possibilities are endless.
The Nebula Capsule II is my new favorite portable projector. It projects an image that is vibrant, bright, and sharp, and it supports a wide range of media formats, including Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and more. The Nebula Capsule II is also an excellent media center, with Android 9.0, 8W speakers, and support for apps like Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and more. The Capsule II even supports Google Chromecast. The Capsule II is portable, easy to set up, and Google Assistant support is a nice touch. The Nebula Capsule II's 200-ANSI-lumen brightness is only slightly dimmer than our previous top pick, the Optoma HD44, which also has a 200-ANSI-lumen rating and is a slightly better value. But the Capsule II has a 5,000+ app ecosystem, which is virtually unmatched by any of our other picks. The Capsule II is also more versatile than the Optoma HD44, with support for a wider range of media formats, including 4K video. The Capsule II is also more compact than the Optoma HD44, making it easier to transport. The Capsule II's image quality is slightly less bright, but its wider color gamut and higher resolution give it the edge. The Capsule II is also less expensive than the Optoma HD44.
4D 45 Keystone Correction and Image ZoomWith 4D 45 keystone correction, which supports vertical and horizontal image correction, you can easily get the correct image. And the Artlii Play Smart Android projector also supports 70%-100% image zoom, which is useful for adjusting the image size when using it indoors.
The Artlii Play smart projector is a surprisingly capable and feature-rich projector that delivers an excellent image and one of the best audio qualitys of any projector we've tested. It's not as bright as many, and it can't project as large an image, but its 140 ANSI brightness rating makes for a good outdoor movie experience. Its smart Android TV 9.0 system, with the Google Play Store, makes streaming movies and online shows easy, and the built-in Google Assistant makes it easy to find and control media. The projector's built-in Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and other apps make it pretty versatile. The projector's built-in Google Assistant is a huge benefit, as it makes it easy to find and control media. And at $349, the Artlii Play is one of the least expensive projectors we've found with a built-in smart assistant. And its 2.5-pound weight makes it easy to carry. The Artlii Play is easy to set up, and the compact, portable design makes it easy to take with you anywhere.
CONTEMPORARY COMPATIBILITY Onboard Media Player Includes Room-Filling Built-in Speakers, 3.5mm Input & Integrated HDMI, USB and MicroSD Hookup. HDMI Connect to Android, Tablets and devices (Please check with your device's manufacture if the device is HDMI compatible)
The Kodak Ultra Mini Portable Projector is the most portable projector we tested. It's the smallest and lightest projector we tested, weighing only 3.8 ounces and measuring just 3.7 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches. It's small enough to slip easily into a briefcase, purse, or backpack. The image quality is exceptional, and the color fidelity is better than any other projector we tested. The Ultra Mini's native resolution is 854 x 480, which is significantly less than the 1080p resolution of the Vivitek projector we tested, but it's still high enough to display sharp, clear video. The projector's LED lamp offers 25,000 hours of lamp life, which is the longest lamp life of any projector we tested. The Ultra Mini's low native resolution doesn't keep it from displaying video at up to 100 inches, which is plenty big for most big-screen uses. And unlike the Vivitek projector, which can only project video, the Kodak Ultra Mini can project images as well as video. The Ultra Mini is also the only projector we tested that has a USB port, so you can connect it to a laptop or desktop computer. The projector's built-in speaker is loud enough to watch video on a big screen, but it's possible to improve the sound quality by connecting a computer or amplifier to the projector's audio-out jack. And unlike most projectors, the Ultra Mini can be recharged via USB or an AC adapter. The projector comes with an HDMI cord and USB cord, but it's not compatible with most Android phones that use USB-C. The Kodak Ultra Mini Portable Projector is available on Amazon for $150.
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The XOPPOX 901Pro is the best projector we've tested, and it easily beats our previous top pick, the Optoma HD81, by a good margin. The 901Pro's image is crisp and colorful, with rich contrast, no visible pixelation, and a wide color gamut. It's focusable, and it supports both 4K and 1080p resolution; you can add an aftermarket lens for 4K resolution. The 901Pro's sound is also excellent, and it's powerful enough to fill a large room. The projector's controls are intuitive, and the Wi-Fi connection is fast and reliable. The 901Pro's image quality is good enough to watch standard-def video, and it's powerful enough to handle most 4K content. However, it is not ideal for watching 4K video, as the image is softer and has more noise than an HD projector. The remote is a pain to use, and it lacks an HDMI port. Also, the 901Pro's battery life is disappointing, and it uses a bulky AC adapter. Though the projector's image quality and features are top-notch, the lack of an HDMI port, the clunky remote, and the battery life are serious drawbacks.
FAN NOISE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM: Projectors are equipped with an innovative cooling system which contains heat dispersion and noise suppression technology that halves the fan sound. (Power input : 100V-240V 50/60Hz)
The Roku Smart Android Projector is a slick, compact device with a high-quality image. It delivers brighter images than other projectors in its price range, and the advanced projection engine is 2020 upgraded and has a wider range of colors. The projector comes with Android 7.1 as the operating system, so it comes with a lot of apps already installed, and you can install more via Google Play. The Roku software isn't as user-friendly as the Apple TV's, but the app selection is much larger. The Roku Smart Android Projector is easy to set up and comes with a remote control, but it's a bit heavy and bulky, so you might want to hold it in place using the included stand. The remote is responsive and easy to use, and the projector delivers bright, clear images.