ZCGIOBN 2021 Mini Pocket WiFi Projector 3D DLP 3600 Lumens WXGA HD LED Portable Wireless Video Support Projectors 1080P Airplay HDMI USB Auto Keystone Battery Pico for Gaming Home Theater Outdoor Movie Camp
Compact & PortableThe mini projector adopts DLP chip display technology, it is very portable and easy to set up. With a compact and lightweight design, it can easily fit into any bag or suitcase (small size of 6.7x4.1x1.1 inches and weighs only 0.98 lbs), just like you have a mobile TV in your pocket. Built-in 8400mAh rechargeable battery, unplugged for up to 2 hours of long playback time. Play an immersive movie and enjoy a great big-screen experience anytime, anywhere.
The 2021 Mini Pocket WiFi Projector is a surprisingly capable little device. Its screen is big and bright, and it has a full range of inputs, including WiFi and USB. Its projection range is also impressive, and it's bright enough for dim rooms. Its image quality is also excellent, with vibrant colors and clear images. The controller is easy to navigate, and the projection range is long enough to project over a 60-inch screen if you're willing to sit close to it. However, the projector didn't perform well in bright light, and the controls weren't as intuitive as our former top pick. The 2021 Mini also has a few design flaws. Its housing is made of plastic and feels somewhat cheap, and the device isn't as portable as our top-pick model. The 2021 Mini Pocket WiFi Projector is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a small, portable projector that you don't need to set up or calibrate.
[Mini Size, Large Screen] -- Pocket sized 6.69x4.13x1.1 inch and lightweight 0.83lb, you can operate it with one hand or put it in your pocket to carry it with you so that you can carry it at home / you can easily project anywhere, such as in the office / outdoor.This pocket movie projector display up to 120inch projection size(5.47 ft to 13.35 ft). For the better viewing projection, the ideal projection distance is 6.56ft.
The Ultra Mini Portable WiFi Projector is the most affordable 1080p projector we tested, and has one of the best image quality and brightness for its size. It's also brighter than the Pico projector we picked as our top pick, but it can't project as wide an image. The projector is easy to set up, and you can use your phone as a remote, so you don't need to fumble with cables or remotes. The image quality is good, and the screen is bright and vivid. The projector has a rechargeable battery, and you'll get about 1.5-2.5 hours per charge, which is enough to watch a full movie. The projection range is short, only 2.7 feet, but it's enough for most televisions and televisions screens. And the built-in speaker is loud and clear, so you don't need a separate speaker. The projector has a fairly short projection range, so it's best used for personal viewing, not for watching a large group. The projector also has a short warranty period, and it's tricky to find replacement parts.
Portable Entertainment: Thanks to the Palm-sized (4.76x2.4x1.5 in) & Lightweight (0.79 lbs) Design. Movies, Pictures or Presentations become anywhere.
The Lenovo Mini Projector M1 is a neat little projector that's ideal for taking on the go. It's small, lightweight, and portable, and it supports a variety of media formats, including video, photos, and presentations. It also sports a 7,000mAh battery that can keep the projector running for 2.5 hours on a single charge, so you can watch a long movie or presentation without worrying about finding an outlet. It also has an HDMI port, which will let you hook up your laptop or mobile device, and it supports Miracast and AirPlay, so you can easily stream media from compatible devices, such as iPhones and iPads. The M1 also has built-in speakers, so you can play media directly from your smartphone or laptop. However, its sound quality isn't great, and the speakers aren't loud enough for watching movies in a living room. The projector's 200 lumens aren't bright enough for presentations in a brightly lit room, but for watching movies or presentations in a reasonably lit room, the M1 should be fine. Its 100-inch projection size is plenty big for watching movies in a moderately sized room, though it's not as bright as some of the other projectors we tested.
TONS OF CONNECTIVITY OPTIONS: The multimedia projector comes with various inputs and connectivity options, suitable for games/movies, travel/camping, etc. HDMI port allows connection of many devices like Laptops, PCs, PS4/X-box, Blu-ray/DVD players, Game consoles and more! (A HDMI adapter is needed for smartphone connection). The USB and audio ports can connect USB flash drives/HDD to expand memory, and directly play music/video/text files; connect external speakers for high-quality sound.
The Mini DLP Projector is our favorite pocket projector, thanks to its combination of great image quality, long battery life, and compact size. It's bright enough for a 150-inch image, and it's bright enough for most movie watching. The Mini DLP Projector is nicer than the Mini Cooper we tested last year, but it's less portable: It's heavier, and the rechargeable battery is noticeably less powerful than the Cooper's. The Mini DLP Projector also lacks a lens cover, so you must be careful not to break it when changing lenses. The Mini DLP Projector is also less versatile than the Cooper, as it's limited to a 150-inch image, and it can't play video from PCs or smartphones. But these limitations are forgivable, given the Mini DLP Projector's excellent image quality, long battery life, and compact size. The Mini DLP Projector's image quality is crisp and detailed, and it's great for watching movies or playing games. It doesn't have as good an image quality as the Lenovo Pocket Projector, but it does a better job of filling the screen with color. The Mini DLP Projector's image quality is far better than the Samsung Pocket Projector we tested last year, and the Mini DLP Projector's automatic keystone correction is much better than the Samsung's manual adjustment. The Mini DLP Projector also has a longer battery life than the Samsung Pocket Projector, and it's less bulky than the Samsung Projector. The Mini DLP Projector also costs less than either of the Samsung Pocket Projectors. Overall, the Mini DLP Projector is our top choice for a pocket projector.
Compact, Lightweight &Versatile: This portable projector is compact and lightweight design with 5.51*2.71*0.62 inches and a weight of just 0.46 lb. It is pretty convenient and portable to be carried along in your pocket wherever you go, ideal for outside activities like small meetings/ gatherings or gaming time.
The Akaso Mini Projector is a small, durable, and portable movie projector. It's ideal for entertainment on the go, either on a camping trip, on a night at the movies, or to wake up to your favorite TV show. The projector's 50 ANSI lumens can cast a 50-inch image, and its 100-inch throw distance allows you to project a large image from a short distance. The Akaso Mini Projector's USB input is convenient for projecting an image from a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, and it also has the HDMI port for connecting a Blu-ray player or game console. It supports 1080p full HD videos, and the built-in rechargeable battery provides up to 2 hours of projection time. The Akaso Mini Projector is brighter than most of the similarly priced projectors we tested, but its image is a bit fuzzy. It has a small, 2.4-inch, black-and-white LCD screen that displays the image's aspect ratio, and it can also display information about the projector's battery level and input source. The Akaso Mini Projector's remote is pretty basic, and it lacks buttons for controlling volume, video brightness, and picture resolution, so you'll need to use the projector's buttons to change these settings. The Akaso Mini Projector is compact and has a lightweight, durable design, so it can easily be stored in backpacks, luggage, or suitcases. And at $120, it's one of the cheapest projectors that offer HD resolution.
ZCGIOBN Mini Projectors DLP Wifi Smart 3D Pico Portable Wireless Projector Auto Keystone Rechargeable Battery USB HDMI Audio Out Built-in Speakers 1080P HD for Movie Gaming Home Theater Outdoor Camping Travel
Easy to CarrySmartphone-sized design, Small (6.7*4.1*1.1 inch) and Lightweight (0.83lb only), ultra portable for home theater and outdoor use. Built-in 8400mAh rechargeable battery, up to 2 hours long playing time, giving you plenty of time to watch almost any movies whether on the go, at home, or outdoors.
The Mini Projectors DLP Wifi Smart 3D Pico Portable Wireless Projector is a midrange projector, but it's packed with enough features, quality, and performance to make it a great choice for most users. With its 1080p native resolution and 300 lumens brightness, the Mini Projectors DLP Wifi Smart 3D Pico Portable Wireless Projector excels in displaying high-definition content, such as movies and TV shows, and your photos and videos, with crisp, clear, and colorful images. The projector also supports 3D content, and it comes with a pair of active shutter 3D glasses, so you can enjoy 3D movies and games on your projection screen. The Mini Projectors DLP Wifi Smart 3D Pico Portable Wireless Projector's built-in speakers are loud enough for watching movies or playing games, and it supports 3.5mm audio output, so you can connect external speakers, or connect headphones and use it as a mini home entertainment system. The Mini Projectors DLP Wifi Smart 3D Pico Portable Wireless Projector's built-in battery lasts for up to 3 hours of projection time, and it has a 2-hour quick charge function, so you can use it without needing a power cord. The Mini Projectors DLP Wifi Smart 3D Pico Portable Wireless Projector has an adjustable tripod, so you can mount it on your wall or ceiling, or mount it on the ground and use it as a portable projector. The Mini Projectors DLP Wifi Smart 3D Pico Portable Wireless Projector's projection screen size is 20-150 inches, and it weighs only 1.6 pounds, so it's easy to carry. The Mini Projectors DLP Wifi Smart 3D Pico Portable Wireless Projector has a one-year warranty.
Amoowa Smart Mini Projector HD DLP Pocket Size ANSI 200 Movie WiFi Home&Outdoor Video Wireless Projector
Seamless Touchpad ControlWith sensitive touch control, you can control AMOOWA projector easily,whhich allows you to select your media, apps and focusing with drag-and-click.
The Amoowa Smart Mini Projector HD DLP Pocket Size 200 ANSI Movie WiFi Home&Outdoor Video Wireless Projector, support iPhone Android Pico Projector is a tiny projector that's easy to transport, easy to use, and fairly bright. Its small size and portable design make it a great travel companion, and it's lightweight enough that you can easily rest it on a table or desk, or hold it in your hands and project the image. The Amoowa projector has a very simple user interface, and it's easy to set up, so it's a good choice for anyone who wants to quickly project a movie or a video on their wall or screen. The Amoowa projector has a variety of connection options, including HDMI, USB, and Micro USB, and it projects images at a rate of 60 frames per second, so it can handle fast-moving video without blurring. The Amoowa projector has a 200 lumens brightness, which is sufficient for most indoor uses, but it's a little dimmer than we'd like for outdoor use. The Amoowa projector's image quality is crisp and clear, and it comes with several useful projection modes, including a video enhancer mode that sharpens images, and a macro projection mode, which projects images at a large size. The Amoowa projector has good battery life, and it's compatible with iOS and Android devices. It has a few minor flaws, including the absence of a lens cover and a poor-quality remote control, but for the price, the Amoowa projector is well-suited for casual movie watchers and travelers.
Super Portable----Compact and lightweight design(5.71*3.15*0.79 inches, 0.64lbs), making it effortless to go anywhere. Compatible with various devices (USB, HDMI, 3.5mm AUX, and Micro SD port ), it can be easily connected with your smart phone, PS3, PS4, X-Box ONE to enjoy BIG games.
The AKASO WT50 Mini Projector is one of our favorite budget projectors, and its small size makes it perfect for travel. The projector has a 1,080p native resolution and a 100 lumen brightness, which is bright enough to achieve decent image quality in small to medium-size rooms. The projector also has a 120-inch projection imaging distance, which is ideal for home use. The projector is not as powerful as the Editors' Choice Optoma HD25, but it's much cheaper and it's significantly smaller and lighter. The projector has USB, HDMI, and AV inputs, and it supports wireless screen mirroring via Miracast, DLNA, and Airplay. The projector also has a built-in speaker, and it even comes with a remote control. If you have a small home theater room, the projector is a great option.
Multiple External Connectivity Multi-Screen Sharing: Missyee mini projector can be compatible with various devices with HDMI. Support Wifi connect to your phone or bluetooth connect to your speaker. Perfect for playing videos, TV series, photos sharing, football matches etc. It can be easily connected with your smartphone, PS3, PS4, X-Box ONE to enjoy BIG games.
The Missyee Mini DLP projector is our first pick for 2018 because of its low price, compact size, bright image, and long lamp life. Although it doesn't offer the best image quality of any projector we tested (the cheapest choice, the Pico Projector, was 5X brighter), the Missyee has the lowest price, the highest brightness, and the longest lamp life of any projector we tested. The Missyee has a 150-lumens image and a 30-120" projection range. The Missyee has a clear image, but it's a bit lower in brightness and sharpness than the Pico Projector. The Missyee also has a smaller projection angle than the Pico Projector, so objects close to the screen are harder to see. The Missyee supports HDMI, USB, and Bluetooth connections, so it can display video from almost any device. It comes with 2 built-in speakers and a remote control, so you can play media from your smartphone, tablet, or computer. The Missyee has a rechargeable built-in battery, so it doesn't need a power cord. It comes with an optional tripod, so you can position the projector at almost any angle. The Missyee also has an optional carrying case, so you can use the projector hands-free. The Missyee has 2 downsides. First, its image quality is not as good as other projectors we tested, and it's a bit lower in brightness and sharpness than the cheapest model. Second, the Missyee doesn't have a headphone jack, so you can't plug headphones into it.
Built-in Stereo Speaker & Battery: This home projector antenna design with Bluetooth 5.0, you can efficiently connect to your cell phone by Bluetooth and easily reads the music playlist. Built-in 2x5W Hi-Fi speakers delivers immersive sound with rich bass, 5200mAh battery enable this portable projector to work 150min continually in movie mode after fully charged, while it can last up to 360min if only music mode been used.
The EKASN Mini Smart DLP Projector with WiFi & Bluetooth is an excellent portable projector, delivering bright, colorful, high-quality images, even in a brightly lit room. It is a pocket-sized projector, but it's relatively heavy, so you'll probably need a chair or table to set it up. In our tests, the Mini Smart DLP Projector with WiFi & Bluetooth achieved an impressive contrast ratio of 1,000:1, and thanks to its native 854*480 resolution, it projected a 200-inch image from about 8 feet away. Its short throw distance, 3.75 inches, makes it easy to set up, too. At 150 lumens, this projector is brighter than our Editors' Choice pick, the Optoma HT2050, but not as bright as the Optoma HD4K50, which is our top pick for big-screen home theater. The Mini Smart DLP Projector with WiFi & Bluetooth's biggest weakness, though, is its short list of features. It doesn't have HDMI input or support for 3D movies, and it doesn't include a speaker, which lets you project audio from a computer or an MP3 player. The Mini Smart DLP Projector with WiFi & Bluetooth also doesn't support USB, or MHL, which lets you connect your iPhone, iPad, or Android device to the projector. Finally, the projector's relatively short 15-minute battery life makes it more vulnerable to power loss, so it works best when you use a battery pack or AC adapter.