Top Best 35 outdoor-projectors-and-screens in December 2021

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Devos Outdoor
Devos Outdoor - OEG Screens 120" Outdoor Projector Screen - Silver
Description

Choose OEG Screens by Devos Outdoor for a hassle-free outdoor movie experience. A durable aluminum frame supports an oversize, 120” silver-infused oxford nylon screen with nearly perfect light reflectivity for ultra-sharp HD, 4K and even 3D viewing pleasure. Compact, easy-setup design comes complete with frame, stakes, guy lines, and high quality screen.

4 Features
  • Feature Rich 120" Oversize Screen: 16:9 widescreen. Viewing Dimensions: 104" W x 59" H
  • Reflectivity made for the Outdoors: Silver-infused 600 denier oxford woven nylon screen giving a Gain of 1.1 for nearly perfect light reflectivity and ultra sharp 4K, HD, and 3D viewing.
  • Compact, Easy to Carry and Setup: Includes 4 stakes, 4 guy lines for anchoring/stabilizing frame, and carry bag.
  • Durable Design: Rigid aluminum frame won’t easily bend in the wind like cheaper screens and keeps the screen tight so folds are unnoticeable
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by LtYogi, 10 out of 10
    Big screen pleasure

    Good quality and very easy to set-up and take down.

    Nov 01, 2021 09:52
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    Devos Outdoor - OEG Screens 120" Outdoor Projector Screen - Silver
    Description

    Choose OEG Screens by Devos Outdoor for a hassle-free outdoor movie experience. A durable aluminum frame supports an oversize, 120” silver-infused oxford nylon screen with nearly perfect light reflectivity for ultra-sharp HD, 4K and even 3D viewing pleasure. Compact, easy-setup design comes complete with frame, stakes, guy lines, and high quality screen.

    4 Features
  • Feature Rich 120" Oversize Screen: 16:9 widescreen. Viewing Dimensions: 104" W x 59" H
  • Reflectivity made for the Outdoors: Silver-infused 600 denier oxford woven nylon screen giving a Gain of 1.1 for nearly perfect light reflectivity and ultra sharp 4K, HD, and 3D viewing.
  • Compact, Easy to Carry and Setup: Includes 4 stakes, 4 guy lines for anchoring/stabilizing frame, and carry bag.
  • Durable Design: Rigid aluminum frame won’t easily bend in the wind like cheaper screens and keeps the screen tight so folds are unnoticeable
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by LtYogi, 10 out of 10
    Big screen pleasure

    Good quality and very easy to set-up and take down.

    Nov 01, 2021 09:52
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    Optoma
    Optoma - GT1090HDR 1080p DLP Projector with High Dynamic Range - White
    Description

    Project images with stunning pixel structure using this Optoma short-throw laser projector. The 0.50:1 throw ratio is suitable for space-constrained rooms, letting you project up to 100-inch images from only a few feet away, while auto keystone correction provides quick image adjustments for hassle-free installation. This compact Optoma short-throw laser projector supports Blu-ray 3D for immersive 3-D movie experiences in the comfort of your home.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn moreOptoma projectors are a clear choice.Check out the lineup and see which projector is right for you.Learn more about Optoma

    15 Features
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • High dynamic range (HDR) creates a more realistic picture: HDR technology expands the contrast and color range of the pixels on your projector to reveal a better, brighter, more colorful image. The picture quality is noticeably more natural.
  • Rec.709 cinematic color: Offers bright, vibrant image quality.
  • ±30° vertical keystone correction: For distortion-free images.
  • 4200 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 1080p (1920 x 1080) native resolution: Creates a sharp, detailed high-definition picture.
  • Dual HDMI inputs: Make it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 36.4" - 302" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • 3' - 11' projector distance: Allows flexible placement.
  • 0.50:1 throw ratio range: Reproduces wide images in their correct proportions.
  • Supports a variety of signals: Including 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i and 4K for a wide range of compatibility options.
  • Laser lamp: Delivers up to 30,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • 32dB fan noise: Ensures quiet operation.
  • Built-in 10W speakers: Provide crisp sound.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by musicforhim, 10 out of 10
    Phenomenal - exceeded expectations

    Absolutely phenomenal picture quality and brightness! Far exceeded my expectations. I'm rear projecting on a 21-foot inflatable screen on my pool deck. Even with bright flood lights on, the picture remains very clear and able to cut through the ambient light. Great short throw and fills screen perfectly. If I had to complain about anything, it's a little challenging to keystone the image just right. Even the slightest adjustment physically has a huge effect. Also, shipping took almost 4 weeks! I did a ton of research before choosing this. You won't be disappointed with this projector.

    Aug 30, 2021 21:44
  • Review by SChan, 10 out of 10
    Bright Projector!

    This is an exceptionally bright Projector due to it laser light source. It also turns on from a cold start much faster than traditional lamp models. Setup can take some time given the short throw design, as very small placement adjustments make for large changes in the image. You need to get the projector in the EXACT right spot exactly perpendicular to the screen for optimal results. Also, a permanent screen will result in a better picture than a portable screen like mine, as small imperfections with respect to flatness will show up as distortions like waviness. Overall, I'm really happy with the purchase.

    Aug 08, 2020 09:36
  • Review by Lex32, 10 out of 10
    Amazing projector!

    Amazing projector. All my friends wished that they had this one vice what they have. Only thing that is difficult is that it comes with no operators manual so you have to download it from the manufacturer site and a little difficult to figure out but once you figure it out you will be very pleased with your purchase. I use it for movies, sports, video games and golf simulator. Might be overkill if you need something for presentations but will work for that as well.

    Mar 05, 2021 20:45
  • Review by liv22, 10 out of 10
    Pretty Much Perfect!

    It's awesome! We bought this for my parents to use and it's been great! We have no negative thing to say about the item, the only thing we recommend is getting a speaker to go with the projector!

    Jul 16, 2021 15:44
  • Review by Jose, 8 out of 10
    optoma-gt1090hdr

    works great! just as described A+++item as advertised. quick ship. very satisfied. thanks!

    Jul 03, 2021 12:08
  • Review by mhs1, 10 out of 10
    Very good short-throw laser projector.

    This is our first projector; we purchased it for outdoor movie theater use, after extensive online research.

    We definitely wanted a short-throw projector, and the GT1090 produces a fantastic throw-ratio for our 120" screen.

    While one can argue that laser projectors might not be ideal for movie rendition, (and yes, we have had one occasion where we could see small rectangular subdivisions within our movie-picture), we are absolutely delighted by the crisp, bright picture.

    Outdoor viewing during the setting of the bright Florida sun has been just as clear and easy as indoor viewing during a bright day in a room with ample windows and small blinds.

    Even with high outside temperatures in Florida, we ave not had any issues with the unit overheating.

    This is a complex machine with lots of options and customizable settings. So, here comes a small gripe: for such a machine, reading a manual comes in handy and should be included with the package - but it is not. We support efforts to be better to our environment. Or is the manufacturer trying to save on weight/shipping cost? In any case, now we had to go on a rather extensive, not very intuitive treasure hunt on the Optoma website, until we finally discovered the correct manual. We downloaded and printed the beast, and are now more competent in navigating its menus, many of which are overall fairly clear and intuitive.

    On a few occasions, we have had connectivity issues, where the projector would repeatedly rapidly skip past the HDMI input source we had connected. Usually, after turning all devices off and back on, and trying again, the connection would eventually work.

    The remote lights up when a button is pressed - very helpful as the evening progresses.

    At this price point, a lens cap should be included with the machine - alas, it is not.

    We appreciate the many options for connecting a variety of devices (in and out).

    The built-in speaker is better than some other projector speakers, but it remains just that - a built-in projector speaker. We usually connect a signal-splitter and our Bluetooth earbuds - that way we enjoy great sound, and the neighbors do not get bothered.

    Again, we have not owned any other projectors; but compared to those in my workplace (school), I am very pleased with the Optoma GT1090.

    Dec 26, 2020 14:17
  • Review by Dave, 8 out of 10
    Upgrade from Epson

    Great projector that should last a longtime. Recommended if the price is right for you.

    Nov 07, 2020 07:52
  • Review by Boltznbulletz, 10 out of 10
    Best for the value!

    I got this after some hiccups of owning the step down model: the GT1080HDR. So my review would heavily mention the differences of the two.

    So far, I can say that this is definitely an upgrade! Contrast is better and pictures pop out more! This thing is definitely bright and does not require every light source turned off to reach its picture quality potentials! I have this on my living room adjacent to the kitchen, and even when the kitchen is at its brightest, this projector is still making vivid pictures on my 110" projector screen! The short throw is another feature I love. It only takes about close to 4 ft to make a beautiful 110" image. The projector also has auto keystoning, which is not perfect but almost nearly there that you don't have too much left.

    This thing also supports 3D! all you need is DLP active 3D glasses! I got 4 pairs of glasses from amazon for about 30 bucks. I still have a collection of 3D blu-rays and I enjoy reliving them on a biga$ screen!

    This thing has speakers, but don't rely on them. Kinda defeats having a big screen but listening to small mediocre sound. the speakers are not bad but they aren't immersive either. they sound rattley and tinny. The projector has no ARC support or optical out, so if you like a surround sound experience, better find a work-around. I managed to have all my video connections to my receiver, then connected to this projector.

    overall Im very happy with this purchase as its a huge step up experience to my entertainment center! Im glad i got this than the usual TV upgrade.Now I have a personal movie theatre! that's awesome!

    Oct 22, 2020 04:03
  • 9.8score
    Elite Screens - YardMaster2 100" Outdoor Projector Screen - Silver
    Description

    This Elite Screens YardMaster2 OMS100H2 projector screen features CineWhite material, so you can enjoy your favorite movies and TV shows with a brilliant picture, indoors or out. The screen material and carrying bags allow easy transport.

    4 Features
  • 100" diagonal screen: With a 49"H x 87"W viewing area offers a clear view.
  • CineWhite screen material: Promotes a clear picture, so you can enjoy your movies and shows.
  • Portable design: Allows you to set up the screen for use indoors or outside.
  • Screen material bag and carrying bag: Allow easy portability.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by bsbbeckybsb, 10 out of 10
    High Quality

    We used to have an old pull down projector screen we got free and let me tell you, this outdoor projector screen knocks the other one out of the park! This set up easy and looked awesome as far as screen quality goes. It was also stable for outside without any weights on the bottom.

    Nov 07, 2021 20:42
  • Review by Marvin, 10 out of 10
    This thing is awesome!

    I set it up in less than 3 minutes after only doing it once. It is so easy it is like a pop up tent but a pop up projecter screen. The metal is 3 pieces and the screen clips right on easily with buttons. I wish they would've have told me that before I bought it or I would have never second guessed myself and bought it right away. No way am I returning this thing. It is a gift from the gods. The old and the new. "Game of thrones reference"

    Jun 24, 2016 23:09
  • Review by Army, 10 out of 10
    Luv it

    Luv it. Waiting for the wrinkles to fall out, but that has not impacted picture quality. Wish it were easier to take down and put up, so I just leave it up.

    Jul 30, 2021 15:47
  • Review by iPad, 10 out of 10
    Outside screen

    Huge screen! Looks great outside. Great for movie nights

    Oct 09, 2021 07:25
  • Review by Georgiaboy, 10 out of 10
    Easy to store

    Not much to say about the screen. It does what it’s supposed to do. The big advantage to this is how nicely it and the frame fold up for storage. Everything fits perfect in the provided case. Nice to put up on the back patio for movie nights and parties, the store away easily when not in use.

    Jul 12, 2018 20:45
  • Review by Hammer, 10 out of 10
    High quality projection screen

    Last year I built my own projection screen using pvc pipe. The screen sagged at each point were the bungee cords were attached to the pipe. This year I noticed the Elite Screen outdoor screen was on sale, so I ordered one to try. Buy this one. It is very high quality and has a bag for storage. No more sagging screen.

    Jul 18, 2019 04:18
  • Review by CRob, 8 out of 10
    My 122

    This is a great projection screen for indoor or outdoor steady and easy to assemble

    Nov 06, 2021 23:25
  • Review by RDJC, 10 out of 10
    Movie Night!!

    Beautiful screen-easy to assemble--well made--excellent purchase

    Jul 23, 2021 14:17
  • 9.8score
    Optoma - HZ39HDR 1080p Laser Projector with High Dynamic Range - White
    Description

    Bring the cinematic experience home with the incredible 4,000 lumens, 1080p Optoma HZ39HDR laser home theater projector. A DuraCore Laser light source eliminates lamp and filter replacements for up to 30,000 hours of maintenance-free operation with stunning color and image quality throughout the life of the projector.The compact size and low weight make mounting a breeze while its quiet operation ensures the HZ39HDR is seen, not heard. Vertical keystone correction and a 1.3x optical zoom provide flexible installation options. Blu-ray 3D support brings the immersive 3D movie experience home when paired with optional DLP-Link 3D glasses. Robust inputs include HDMI 2.0 and VGA for connectivity to a wide range of devices.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn moreOptoma projectors are a clear choice.Check out the lineup and see which projector is right for you.Learn more about Optoma

    17 Features
  • DLP® technology: Offers higher contrast, faster response time, good pixel structure and virtually no color degradation.
  • High dynamic range (HDR) enables greater color depth: HDR technology delivers brighter whites, deeper black levels, and greater color depth. Four selectable picture modes: Normal, Bright, Detail, and Film.
  • Cinematic color: The Rec.709 color gamut support guarantees accurate reproduction of cinematic color exactly as the director intended.
  • ±30° vertical keystone correction: Easy, flexible placement in any environment.
  • 4000 lumens of brightness for lights-on viewing: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 1080p (1920 x 1080) native resolution: Creates a sharp, detailed high-definition picture.
  • Dual HDMI inputs: Make it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 28" - 300" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • Standard Throw Projection: Project a 120" image from approximately 10.5" away.
  • 1.21 - 1.59:1 throw ratio range: Reproduces wide images in their correct proportions.
  • Supports a variety of signals: Including 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p and 480i for a wide range of compatibility options.
  • Manual zoom: Offers setting versatility.
  • Advanced DuraCore laser light source: Produces state-of-the-art picture and color performance to deliver 30,000 hours of maintenance-free operation.
  • 32dB fan noise: Ensures quiet operation.
  • Built-in 10W speaker: Provides crisp sound.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
  • Support for 4K HDR input: HDR10 & HLG technologies enable brigher whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience of images and videos
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by DeLongT, 10 out of 10
    Great for Outdoor Movie Night

    We have used this 5 times so far and it has amazing resolution whether you are watching movies or playing video games. Has been the hit the of the neighborhood!

    Jun 20, 2020 11:13
  • Review by Susie, 10 out of 10
    Great Projector!

    Loved this projector. Only reason we were not able to use it was the throw distance for our previous ceiling mounted projector was 2 feet difference and we did not want to have to move the ceiling mounting. Will we just have to get another projector with correct throw for our mount.

    Dec 29, 2020 16:57
  • Review by DStar, 8 out of 10
    The way to go!

    Get a laser projector if you plan to use it often. Pays off BIG time in the long run!

    Apr 09, 2021 17:15
  • Review by Slim, 10 out of 10
    High Definition!

    Wow! I was blown away by how clear the picture was. Excellent projector!

    May 20, 2020 18:36
  • Review by ITMGR, 10 out of 10
    Good value for a laser projector

    Great picture. Much brighter than our other non-laser projectors.

    Jan 05, 2021 18:24
  • Review by Vnavin, 10 out of 10
    Best laser projector

    Love this projector. Very clear and crisp picture, projects on elite 120 screen. Better than color wheel and bulb projector. Pretty quite, syncs with my logitec remote, Denon amp and Sony blue ray player. The noise level is very low compared to bulb projector that i had owned by the same manufacturer. Plays 3D movies, watch live TV, comes with two HDMI Input and external trigger. I love the signal power feature which was very helpful before i added logitec Harmony 665 remote. Very happy with the purchase.

    Apr 12, 2021 13:56
  • Review by Drumbum94, 10 out of 10
    Laser is the way to go

    Great picture even with the lights on. This unit makes PC gaming a lot of fun with such a large screen! Also, no worries of your bulb running out anytime soon

    May 05, 2021 23:50
  • Review by Rachel, 10 out of 10
    Bright!

    The image quality is AWESOME! Super bright! Watching videos and movies is a treat! Love that you don't have to wait for a bulb to warm up!

    Mar 31, 2021 10:54
  • 9.8score
    Epson - EpiqVision™ Mini EF12 Smart Streaming Laser Projector with HDR and Android TV - Black and Copper
    Description

    Go Epic! Enjoy an epic viewing experience with the Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 Smart Streaming Laser Projector. Whether you’re binge-watching your favorite TV shows or hosting an outdoor movie night, the portable Epson EpiqVision EF12 Streaming Laser Projector makes it easy to stream bright images from virtually anywhere in your home, even outside. Featuring built-in Android TV and wireless connectivity, the Epson EpiqVision EF12 Streaming Laser Projector gives you seamless access to popular streaming services including Hulu, HBO and YouTube, right out of the box. Simply power on the projector and start streaming your favorite content up to an epic 150" – no screen required. Epson has partnered with Yamaha to create a unique audio experience unlike anything it its class. Developed exclusively for the Epson EpiqVision EF12 Streaming Laser Projector, Yamaha’s leading Acoustic Engineers designed a unique sound system to deliver a true audiophile performance. Designed within a custom 3D Acoustic Enclosure, two high-end Yamaha drivers are powered by a discrete amplifier and tuned, using Yamaha’s latest AudioEngine™ DSP technology to produce an impressive, wide sound stage that rivals dedicated higher-end audio systems and soundbars.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn moreEpson home theater projectors.Enjoy an unparalleled big-screen movie or gaming experience.Learn more about Epson’s home theater projector lineup

    10 Features
  • Stunning Picture Quality up to 150”: Delivers an immersive viewing experience for TV shows, sporting events, gaming and movies by supporting content up to 4K for an amazing Full-HD HDR picture.
  • Sound by Yamaha: Custom-designed audiophile speaker system offers a powerful and emotional performance that rivals soundbars; connect via Bluetooth to use as standalone speaker.
  • Built-In Android TV: Latest Android TV interface with a simple-to-use remote – including voice search with built-in Google Assistant. Watch all your favorite streaming channels including Hulu, HBO, YouTube and more. Even stream live TV with apps like YouTube TV.
  • Elegant Compact Design: Designed with simplicity in mind, the Epson EpiqVision EF12 Streaming Laser Projector has a clean, compact and modern design to beautifully fit within any décor.
  • Epson MicroLaser™ Array Projection Technology: Unique multi-array laser diode technology produces an exceptional level of brightness while significantly enhancing the black density.
  • Advanced Scene Adaption Color Correction: Automatic scene-based color correction produces a clear and natural picture – regardless of the content being played.
  • 3-Chip Projector Design: Advanced 3LCD technology displays 100% of the RGB color signal for every frame. This allows for outstanding color accuracy while maintaining excellent color brightness, without any distracting “rainbowing” or “color brightness” issues seen with other projection technologies.
  • Auto Picture Skew & Focus Correction: Depending upon how you orient the projector to the wall, the projector will analyze the projected image and correct the geometry, while automatically focusing the picture for a beautiful viewing experience.
  • Chromecast Built-In: Wirelessly cast your favorite content directly from your smart phone, tablet, or computer – including from popular Android™ and Apple® devices.
  • Award-Winning Service & Support: Standard 2-year limited warranty, full-unit replacement, along with free technical phone support for the life of the product.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Ponskippa, 10 out of 10
    Phenomenal

    Epson has created quite an amazing little projector with the Epson EF-12. It’s about the size of a lunchbox, and very light and portable. Overall Build Quality is very good, but I wish it had a lens cover. Be sure not to get your greasy fingers on it when you are carrying it. It’s easy enough to clean with a lens wipe though so no big deal. I have previously purchased and used Epson projectors in the past and this new laser technology is admittedly very very cool. You probably will never have to replace the bulb in this projector, just maintain the filter by brushing it or vacuuming it with a keyboard vacuum. The image this projector puts out is very beautiful. Colors are vibrant, and bright. Contrast ratio is excellent, blacks are nice and dark and whites are bright. It is certainly bright enough to use in a dim room, but works best in a dark theater setting. Get some black out curtains, you’ll thank yourself for it. I set mine up on a plain white wall and the picture is beautiful enough for me. Can it replace a TV? Definitely. It is great for a bedroom or small living room / theater room. The projector is very easy to set up, you can set it at almost any angle and it will automatically adjust vertical and horizontal keystone. I recommend you try to center it as much as possible though because there will be some white light “overspray” around the adjusted image. As most projectors, it works best when centered properly. But it is a very nice feature to have and certainly acceptable in usage. I played my Nintendo switch and google stadia with this projector and I did not really notice any input lag. It made for a pretty awesome gaming experience and I will definitely be using it for Mario kart and super smash brothers tournaments! :D

    The built in Yamaha speakers sound excellent and are loud enough for watching movies or gaming with a small group of friends and family. Even at 75-90% volume, the speakers sounded nice and clear with a good amount of bass. I’m very happy with the sound quality of the built in speakers and plan on just using the built in speakers all the time.

    My only complaints are that it is running and older version of android and there is currently no Netflix support for it. Can’t install the app or push it to the projector with the built in chromecast feature. You’ll have to side load the app or connect a separate smart device through hdmi for Netflix. But Epson can fix this with an update, and I hope they do. The other thing to mention Is that there isn’t any real picture adjustment settings. I think the default presets look good, but I have to mention it for those of you who like to calibrate your own picture profiles.

    Would I recommend this projector? YES. I love it, I love it, I love it.

    And the fact that it is so compact and portable, makes me appreciate it even more. Move it from your bedroom , to the living room or take it to your friends house. It is so easy to use and set up, and having built in Android and Chromecast is the best. I honestly look forward to coming home from work and watching shows or gaming with it.

    Nov 25, 2020 04:20
  • Review by BenC, 10 out of 10
    I like it.

    I like this thing a lot. I initially bought it to watch movies out doors but fell in love with it so much I replaced my tv with it. Doesn’t have to be totally dark to get a good picture. I’ve been using a wall as the screen so I can’t wait to get a screen. It has built in apps so no need to connect to anything else. I can play my Xbox on it with no issues. Laser projection so I’m not worried about the lamp burning out on it any time soon.

    Sep 24, 2021 16:35
  • Review by Alexrys, 10 out of 10
    Absolutely amazing!!

    Excellent projector I setup my projector in a 120” screen size, and colors looks amazing even in daylight. The speakers (YAMAHA) sound very good for an projector, I only use my home theater in special events. Maybe only need more brightness, but is fine.

    Nov 08, 2021 23:29
  • Review by LGmike, 10 out of 10
    Awesome!

    I have to completely rethink “budget” projectors. I can say that this Epson is great. I went in with low expectations because traditionally doing projection is difficult on a budget. I wouldn’t recommend it for a room any really an light unless you get a ALR (ambient light rejecting) screen (yes having a screen matters). I would say that the picture quality around the level of a mid low or mid level premium TV like a Samsung Q60A and a half but maybe not Q70A level.

    Jul 17, 2021 22:24
  • Review by AllAboutTech, 10 out of 10
    Exceptional all-in-one streaming projector

    Verdict: This projector is just about everything we ever wanted in a projector. Image quality and brightness are exceptional, sound is fantastic, and streaming is very convenient. Overall, this projector is a great option for home, travel, and business. We already use it at home almost daily, and we plan to travel with it to watch family movies.

    First impressions. It’s a space efficient single cube unit that incorporates what appears to be a pretty large speaker (almost half the unit). It is fairly light weight. It has sufficient connection options with 2 HDMI, USB, and earphone jack. It also includes a nicely-designed remote control.

    Image. With 1000 lumens, the projector is plenty bright. The image is visible in full daylight, but obviously not ideal. With a little bit of shade, the image is watchable during the day, even on a 100” display. In the dark, the brightness and 1080p resolution provides a fantastic viewing experience, even on very large screen (up to 150”). Of note, the projector is capable of 4k resolution, so it is future proof. Contrast ratio is also excellent, so image quality is exceptional all around.

    Sound. I was not expecting such a high-end integrated speaker to be included… Wow! The Yamaha speaker and discreet amplifier provide impressive quality and plenty of volume to enjoy without any additional hardware. This is one of the particularly compelling features of this projector because you don’t need to bring anything except the projector, the remote, and the power cable to use it. Just plug, project against a wall if you have to, and enjoy quality video and sound.

    Features. The projector includes Android TV, which means that you can connect to your WiFi network and start streaming content right away! No need to connect to a computer!! That was a strange thing to get used to. Projectors used to be useless without a connection to content… well not anymore! Integrated apps include YouTube, CNN, Vudu, and Disney Plus. A few more specific streaming apps would have been nice, but we found an easy work-around. Another feature I love is the auto focus and auto keystone. This is really nice because with a portable projector, it is particularly annoying to have to readjust the focus and keystone manually every time you move it. Manual adjustments take at least a few minutes, and more if you have a complicated setup. The auto focus and auto keystone can also be activated when needed from the remote control; this is really nice feature. I really like the inclusion of an audio jack (3.5 mm); I’ve used it a few times already to watch content on the projector while my wife was sleeping. Screen mirroring (from a smart phone or tablet) has been working very well for me, and opens up a lot of possibilities for usage, such as using workout apps to exercise. Lastly, the projector also has a small treaded hole on the underside for mounting.

    Usage. To enjoy this projector, we purchased a 135” indoor/outdoor portable screen (see picture), and the experience has been amazing. We can setup the screen and projector in just a few minutes, use the auto focus and auto keystone to get a great image in just a few seconds, and then we can start streaming content right away. We also plan to use it for outdoor movie nights. This will be a great device for family events.

    Things I love.

    - 1000 lumens provide ample brightness

    - 1080p native resolution, and capable of 4k resolution (future proof!)

    - High quality integrated sound from Yamaha speakers

    - Built-in Android TV!

    - Auto focus and auto keystone; such a nice feature to have! I hope it keeps working this well

    - Pretty quiet so far; there is a big built-in fan, but we haven’t noticed it kicking-on

    - The retractable kickstand is nice to make minor height adjustments

    - Screen mirroring actual works well

    Things I don’t love.

    - I wish it included a few other specific streaming apps that we like. To get around this, we just plugged a streaming stick in one of the HDMI ports to have access to the rest of our content (see picture). Also, as another work-around, for some missing streaming apps you can screen-mirror from your personal device directly onto the projector

    - A travel bag would have been nice. I would pay a little more for the projector if it included one. We plan to order a travel bag for this projector

    Overall, this is a winner! Beside two apps that we think should be included with Android TV, this projector is everything we could wish for. It is small and portable enough, includes a high-quality speaker, provides exceptional video quality, and enables direct WiFi streaming. We LOVE it!

    Dec 06, 2020 21:23
  • Review by Capshroud, 10 out of 10
    Great small and portable projector

    This is a very compact and high-performance projector with very few drawbacks. It’s a little brown cube that’s approximately 7” x 7” by 5” tall. Out of that small package, it can project an image up to 150” diagonally and provides very good sound quality with its built-in Yamaha sound system.

    The build quality is excellent, and it’s packed with a lot of use and convenience features. As an Android TV device, you can stream content through a WIFI connection. Also, it is Chromecast enabled allowing streaming from a variety of mobile or computer sources. There are two HDMI connections, one of which is ARC enabled allowing connection to a soundbar or surround sound system. You can also connect a sound source via Bluetooth and use it as a speaker. There’s automatic keystone correction which gives you a squared up image without any manual adjustment needed. The remote pairs by Bluetooth eliminating any line of slight requirement. The laser-driven LCD projection is clear and sharp. It will accept 4K input, but the projected resolution is 1080 HD, not 4K.

    The only drawback due to its diminutive size is a light output of only 1000 lumens. With a modest-sized image, it’s enough in a low ambient light environment, but don’t expect too much if you have lots of windows and it’s a sunny day. That’s what 3000-5000 lumen projectors are for. If you want to project a 100” plus or size imager, it needs to be in a low light or night setting.

    I would call this a personal projector, and it’s certainly portable. I think it would have been a great addition if Epson included a carrying case or padded travel bag. It’s not intended to be the center of a large media room, but it would be easy to carry outside and use on the patio at night. It may be just the thing in this age of socially distancing and staying outdoors since it’s perfect for casting your digital pictures or streaming a movie for the kids.

    The bottom line is that this little fellow does everything it was designed to do and does it very well. The Android TV interface makes it friendly, modern, and convenient. The sound is quite good which avoids the need of setting up a separate speaker system for typical TV and movie use. As long as you’re not expecting 4K, high-intensity output, and booming bass, you’ll be very happy. There’s a lot for the money, and it comes in a small, easy to carry package.

    Nov 29, 2020 09:52
  • Review by KaneM7, 8 out of 10
    Portable Projector!

    What a great little box this thing is!! Setup was super easy - power and input cable! Point and watch!

    This is a really nice projector for on the go. I set it up in my "in construction" theater room and was watching within minutes.

    Just had to plug in power and my input(XBOX) and off we went

    The best part about this projector is its automation for it being portable. If the remote is not paired - it prompts you!

    upon power on - it puts up some green dots that will autofocus and level the screen - then puts you the screen adjustment option.

    We set up for about a 100" projection - the projector was about 7 feet back. Got a good picture(see attached)

    The motion was decent and color accuracy was "good enough' I did take a few min to adjust and it does seem to hold those settings

    Picture quality decent though - whites did wash and blacks did crush - so this isn't a PRIMARY unit for your theater IMO

    My kids though are loving it - easy setup for them, ARC connection back to the soundbar - and they don't care about quality but BIG!!

    Sound quality is good for sitting nearby but not for room-filling sound - again read PORTABLE!

    Removed 1 star for the following: (most of which is price based at the time of review)

    seems just a little on the pricey side - try to catch on sale if possible

    When going through my soundbar - I wasn't able to find a way to fix the lip-sync issue - this drove me bonkers on some content

    No carrying/storage case - for an item that seems to promote portability - give me a way to safely store/carry

    HDR seems to notice the signal but I didn't find the effect compared to my 65" TV(yes i am aware Projo's can't do HDR :D

    Overall - a fun little box that we will use quite a bit for the kid's gaming and sleepovers.

    Jan 19, 2021 07:23
  • Review by Svprojector, 10 out of 10
    Epson Laser

    My first projector and I’m really satisfied with it great color, picture and size. I wasn’t sure if I wanted a laser projector or the one with the light bulb on it. This laser one is amazing

    Dec 05, 2020 14:22
  • 9.4score
    Epson - Home Cinema 2250 1080p 3LCD Projector with Android TV - White
    Description

    Android TV built-in projector for seamless access to content Powered by Google, watch all your favorite streaming channels including Netflix, Hulu, HBO NOW, YouTube and more. Sit back, relax and watch movies with this Epson video projector. It offers 2.700 lumens of color & white brightness to ensure vibrant, accurate colors, and its HD resolution delivers crisp image quality at 1080p. This Epson video projector lets you also connect a Blu-ray player or gaming console via an HDMI input for smooth streaming of your favorite media.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn moreEpson home theater projectors.Enjoy an unparalleled big-screen movie or gaming experience.Learn more about Epson’s home theater projector lineup

    13 Features
  • Android TV: Android TV built-in for seamless access to content Powered by Google, watch all your favorite streaming channels including Netflix, Hulu, HBO NOW, YouTube and more. No need for external streaming media player
  • ±30° keystone correction: For distortion-free images.
  • 2700 lumens of color brightness and 2700 lumens of white brightness: Boost display visibility and produce clear, vibrant on-screen images.
  • Dynamic contrast ratio: Up to 70,000:1 for rich detail in dark scenes.
  • 1080p resolution: Smooth crisp image – with Image Enhancement and Frame Interpolation
  • HDMI input: Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 33.1" - 320" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • USB Plug 'n Play instant setup: Instantly projects audio and video from a PC or Mac via a USB connection.
  • Manual zoom: Offers setting versatility.
  • UHE 210W lamp: Delivers up to 10,000 hours of lamp life in ECO mode and up to 6,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • 29-37dBA fan noise: Ensures quiet operation.
  • Built-in speaker: Provides crisp sound.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by TechGuru, 10 out of 10
    Affordable & Excellent Android Projector

    Epson Home Cinema 2250 is a full HD 1080p android TV home theater projector that delivers stunning picture quality. Contrast ratio on this projector is 70,000:1 with image enhancement and frame interpolation that makes the images very smooth and makes this projector bright enough for any room with ideal lighting conditions. Its very portable and light weight.

    What’s in the box: Epson Home Cinema 2250, 2 remotes, 4 AAA batteries, power cord, Quick Setup guide.

    Setup: Setup is very easy. Just removed all the plastics, connected the power cord to turn it on. Remote control is Bluetooth and has to be paired for the first time by holding the home and enter button for 5 seconds. Once remote is paired, you would need to enter your WIFI details to get connected and once done setup of android begins. If you have an android phone then you can finish the setup easily but for iPhone users all you need to do is go to google home app and discover the devices or with the browser by entering the code for quick setup. Once setup is done quickly update the latest software and it takes less than 5 minutes for update and reboot.

    Projector has a built in 10-watt speaker that is good for smaller rooms but would suggest to connect to home theater speakers or Bluetooth sound bar with surround sound subwoofer for immersive theater experience on big screen. I was able to quickly connect the sound bar by entering into settings mode and pairing it. Make sure you set the device in pairing mode for the projector to connect.

    This model comes with 2 simple to use remote (Bluetooth enabled and IR simple remote) that is the size of amazon fire tv remote and has dedicated buttons for YouTube and apps. Just with one click you can enter to YouTube and other apps which is a great feature. Since it supports android TV, it does have a dedicated button for google assistant. Remote is very easy to use and the interface is so smooth. Remote with fewer buttons is exclusively for the inbuilt android stick and wont work with this projector. If you need to remove the android stick and attach to other device then the simple remote comes in handy to control the stick. We do have Epson 5040UB home cinema projector for our media room and the remote is too complex and has too many buttons whereas this one is so compact and easy to use. This projector is one of the user-friendly models that offer lot of options for adjusting both vertical and horizontal keystone correction and vertical lens shift both at remote and at the unit. It does have leg adjustment in the front and back for easy adjustment. Front leg adjustment has a button to press and release for the height adjustment and the back one has a knob to rotate for rear height adjustment. We installed 144-inch outdoor screen and the adjustment for keystone took around 4-5 minutes and was accurate.

    Since this projector has android inbuilt you don’t need any extra device like apple TV or Fire TV or Roku for streaming Netflix or prime video. This one has everything and allows you to sideload any apps that you need easily. We got this projector for outdoor movie nights with kids in the backyard and this works great with less wires. It has a grey magnetic flap on the back to cover the android stick that is connected to HDMI and can be removed to access with other devices.

    Image quality is very good and produces a crystal-clear picture with good color composition. We don’t see any difference in image quality compared to our 5040UB which was a flagship model when purchased. Skin tones are accurate and the text are crisp for 1080p resolution. Brightness is really good with 2700 lumens of color and white that can be easily adjusted.

    It does have 4 color mode to choose from for your viewing experience. Dynamic, Bright Cinema, Natural and cinema. It does support 3D setup option to watch 3D movies and can display both Front, Front/Ceiling, Rear, Rear/Ceiling projection options and can be easily adjusted in settings menu.

    Fan gets little loud when set to dynamic mode compared to cinema mode, but its not to an extent to ruin movie watching experience and is acceptable.

    Overall, Epson home cinema 2250 is an excellent 1080p projector with Android TV streaming device that is compact and portable with image enhancement, Frame Interpolation, 3LCD technology that will be a great affordable(at less than 1k) projector for outdoor and indoor with ideal lighting conditions and a good reason to purchase for anyone looking for bigger screen experience.

    Nov 18, 2020 12:25
  • Review by SteveC, 10 out of 10
    Excellent for a home theater setup

    Been wanting to set up a projector for our living room since we moved and found Epson released a updated model to the 2k line and has Android TV built in so I grabbed it figuring it would be a perfect setup, “and it is”.

    Unboxing:

    The projector arrived in a heavy cardboard box and was encased in a Styrofoam shell keeping it perfectly protected. It also included two remotes, power cord, and a manual, “batteries for the remotes were not included but we have plenty”.

    Setting up:

    I initially set the unit up on a small portable table to make sure it worked and could get it mostly set up before mounting. After powering it up it went through a setup for Android TV “which is really simple” and reminded me of setting up a NVIDIA Shield. After doing all of that it let me know that it needed an OS update so I let it finish that process before proceeding further.

    I had an electrician come in and put an electrical outlet close to where I wanted to mount the projector and found a universal mount that would work with this projector. Our living room has a perfect layout for mounting both the projector and screen on the opposite wall. After the electrician did his thing I got to work setting up the mount and getting it placed on the wall. A lot of work but it was well worth it, and mounting the screen was much harder than getting this mounted to the wall.

    Use:

    Once the unit was installed and the image inverted “done in the menu” I aligned everything with our newly mounted screen. The controls for focus, size and keystone adjustment are easy to set since the projector is mounted upside down and just within arm’s reach where it’s mounted.

    At first I was puzzled why there were two remotes and I found out that the second one is only used if you remove the Android TV device from the unit and use it separately from the projector. The Android TV device is actually installed behind a removable cover at the back of the unit which I thought was an excellent idea, so if it ever breaks it can be replaced without having to send in the whole unit and vice versa. Also on the back of the unit there is a HDMI input, an Audio Out port so you can hook up other external devices if you want, “in our setting we would only be using the built in Android TV”

    I really didn’t have to tweak image settings much but followed the directions in the manual for getting the best contrast ratios and those worked out really well. I only had to do some minor adjusting to the brightness and contrast as the image was too bright for us and had to be brought down to a more comfortable level

    Android TV works great with this and having it built in is a huge plus. If you are familiar with using a NVIDIA Shield TV then you won’t have any problems setting this up. The layout is really nice but it is different from a Roku so if you are used to using that it will be a little confusing at first but overall it’s very simple. The remote also has a microphone so you can use the voice search function and we have no issues with this and it works very well. All of our familiar apps were there “No ROKU TV though” and this seems to run a bit quicker than our ROKU TV, but not much of a difference.

    We have a 4k 65” TV already but with the 100” screen I installed it’s just way bigger when you see it in person, it’s just live having your own theater in your house if you go with that sized of a screen or bigger, “the 2250 supports up to 350” which is simply amazing. This unit also has Bluetooth built in and I’ve pared it with our Sony sound bar, a Sony Bluetooth speaker, a LG Bluetooth portable speaker, and a pair of AudioTechnica Bluetooth headphones without a problem. With all the different audio devices I tried audio is clear and had no delay issues at all.

    There is a cooling fan that runs while the projector is on, you can hear it if you are close but it’s not bad at all and we never noticed it while watching a movie. It also puts out a good bit of heat, it’s not horrible but it does blow a good bit of warm air into the room, but we really saw no concern with that.

    Conclusion:

    If you are wanting to build up a home theater I would highly recommend this new Epson 2250 projector, the addition of built in Android TV makes it an all in one solution I’m sure you will be happy with. The image quality is absolutely outstanding, “I even cheeped out on the screen and bought about the most inexpensive one I could find”, and I’m sure image quality may even improve by investing in a higher quality screen, “but we sure didn’t need it in this case.

    We had absolutely no issues with setting up various Bluetooth audio devices, and the sound quality was on par with our regular TV. The Sony soundbar we are using with this is also used with our TV, it’s just tied directly to the TV and not using Bluetooth.

    Nov 19, 2020 13:29
  • Review by TheOffice1234, 10 out of 10
    FALL IN LOVE WITH 3D MOVIES AGAIN W/ EPSON 2250

    REVIEW: EPSON - HOME CINEMA 2250 1080P 3LCD PROJECTOR WITH ANDROID TV - WHITE

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    FALL IN LOVE WITH 3D MOVIES AGAIN W/ EPSON - HOME CINEMA 2250

    At first, I had my doubts about where the Epson Home Cinema 2250 would fit into my life. I have several old projectors of 800x600 / 1024x768 resolution that I drag out, once in a while, for a movie marathon at home. Especially when the kids were younger, these older projectors were fine. My best performing projector from the past was another EPSON (PowerLite S9 – 2500 lumens). I also have a small “pocket” 1080p projector but at only 400 lumens I have a hard time making a room dark enough to produce a nice picture. I’m too cheap to go full on 4K Laser projector, especially since I don’t have a lot of dedicated, uncluttered wall space to project something for daily use.

    For me, the Epson Home Cinema was a good upgrade, with enough brightness for indoor daytime use (see pics), and it comes with modern streaming features via Google TV.

    On a whim, I dug my old 3D BluRay player out of retirement. What I was not expecting was how much I would love the 3D experience on the Epson 2250. I have two older 3D capable TV’s one 47 inch uses passive 3D glasses (like at the movie theater) and the other 55 inch uses active (powered) version of 3D glasses. I never found the 3D that engaging on these smallish (by today’s standards) screens. But, now that I can project a 10 foot image with active 3D glasses, I can only say “WOW” better than the movie theater. I was pleasantly surprised that the Epson 2250 also worked fine with my Sony TV Active 3D glasses. This compelled me to dig through my attic for all of my “old” 3D movies and to order a bunch more used 3D movies. Finally, I ordered a budget 100 inch screen, and now family movie night has a new twist.

    The built in speaker is good. However, if you want to really enjoy a movie, you are going to want to hook up an external speaker system. Fortunately, this is easily accomplished via Bluetooth or optional audio out. I had no problem pairing the projector with my trusty old BOSE Soundlink Mini for room filling sound. Unfortunately, it won’t pair with any modern gaming headphones that I tried. I also observed that while watching some content (example Blu-Ray 3D), the Bluetooth Audio had a very noticeable lag. I ended up physically wiring speakers to it, instead of Bluetooth. I know there is a feature in one of the menus to adjust lag, but with my family in the middle of a movie it was easier just to grab a cable for the speaker.

    BEST FEATURES

    - 3D Capable

    - Good Brightness 2700 Lumens

    - Optical Zoom and Focus

    - 2 Sets of Remote Controls

    - Manual buttons on the device, for when you lose the remotes.

    The EPSON 2250 is larger than my older Epson S9 (about double the size see pics), and like most projectors the fan is a little loud in an otherwise quiet room (about 50 db). This is not horrible, but it is noticeable (like a PC Fan on high). It also runs hot, as you might imagine for a bulb based projector. If you are in a small 10x10 room, you will feel the heat. Again, these things (heat and noise) are normal for all projectors. If anything, the Epson is a little quieter than others I’ve used.

    The colors were sharp and bright (see pics) even in the daytime with some light leaking into the room. Total darkness is best, of course. I did find the manual focus a little hard to fine tune perfectly, but it was OK. Do yourself a favor and for less than $100 you can get a decent 100 inch or even 120 inch screen without breaking the bank. It is better than a painted wall and better than hanging a wrinkled sheet on the wall.

    TESTING and SETUP –

    Embarrassingly enough, the hardest part about the setup was trying to figure out where they hid the HDMI port. The quick start guide shows the ports in a generic way, but not where they are actually located on the 2250. I was about to pull out a screwdriver figuring they were “locked” behind a panel. Then an idea struck me to “pull” out the fabric grill in the back of the unit. The grill is held on by strong magnets and I did not realize that it could be removed. I just needed to use a little more force. I thought it was just a speaker grill or something decorative. It would have been nice if it were indicated ANYWHERE in the docs, or online, or the unit itself that this is where the HDMI port is located. I’m all for minimal documentation, but really this took me 30 minutes to figure out on my own (maybe I’m slow in this regard).

    Otherwise, plug it in, and follow the prompts to connect it to your google account and start streaming. It could not be easier. About 15 minutes into my first movie it abruptly, and without warning, rebooted to reload the latest version of Google TV on the unit.

    There are also advanced settings to let you control image enhancements, in case, for example you prefer the soap opera effect for your images.

    The throw is average, and on par with most projectors. This is not a Short Throw Projector. In a 10x10 room (where I tested), going from one wall to the next (about 9 feet), my picture was about 7 feet x 4 feet (give or take based on content, letter boxing and so on)

    I noticed when streaming from Google Play Movies, a little bit of shudder / pixilation in the movie. I did not notice this at all from the BluRay (Best PQ), Amazon (Very Good PQ). The more I used Google TV the more I’m convinced the embedded streaming stick it is just not powerful enough to perform well. It is slow to respond to the remote, it really struggles to play back full HD (1080p) movies from a network device or streaming. I had much better response plugging in an older ROKU stick into the HDMI port. You can also easily replace the Google Stick with your ROKU stick or maybe another streaming stick by opening the compartment below the HDMI port. It just means you have 2 remotes instead of one, but I’m much happier with the overall experience. Streaming sports and movies via the Roku worked well.

    SUMMARY / CONCLUSION / RECOMMENDATION

    The EPSON - HOME CINEMA 2250, successfully threads the needle and finds a nice niche between underpowered portable projectors and high-end laser projectors. To help make it more attractive they have thrown in every feature you can imagine from Google TV to 3D. If you don’t need these bells and whistles, you might consider another EPSON such as the Home Cinema 880, which is still 1080p and even a little brighter (3300 lumens vs 2700), but without optical zoom, streaming, or 3D.

    For me, the 3D is what really puts the 2250 over the top. I envision lots of family movie marathons this winter.

    Between work and home, I have 5 Epson projectors (going back 10-15 years), and they are all still working, most have their original bulbs.

    In short, if you are in the market for a quality home theater projector, the EPSON - HOME CINEMA 2250 is worth a close look. Especially is you are not quite ready to take the leap to Laser Projectors.

    Nov 18, 2020 15:17
  • Review by jsisko76, 8 out of 10
    Android TV Integration is Great

    This is the second Epson projector I have used in the past several years. I was looking forwarded to testing out the new features that this model has including built in bluetooth and Android TV.

    Pros:

    - Set-up for Android TV was very easy. I was able to connect through my google/gmail account without any difficulty. The process is streamlined.

    - Many of the most useful apps you would like to use come pre-installed and it is easy to install more. The set-up process allows you to choose which additional apps you would like to add but you can always add more later. Not having to connect a blue-ray player or streaming media player to this unit is a nice plus.

    - Picture quality was great. Even though it is not too close to Xmas I watched "Elf" with with family. The projected image is very bright and doesn't require a completely dark room to get a watchable image.

    - Having an onboard speaker is nice so you can take this on the go and have a display with audio at the ready.

    Cons:

    - I was looking forward to having a projector with bluetooth that I can use on my back patio with an outdoor movie screen. Connecting a wireless speaker was going to be a terrific solution. But when I tried this there was lag between the audio and what was taking place on the screen which made the movie unwatchable. For indoor watching I'll need to run HDMI from my source through my AV system to get better audio, but will look for other options for outdoor viewing.

    - For an expensive projector like this it would be nice to have a storage/carrying case come with it. There is no need for a case for folks that mount it of course, but for my use I will use it both indoors and outdoors and don't want a permanent mount. Fro now I'll just keep it in the box it arrived in.

    Overall, this Epson model is worth a look. One of the best selling points is the Android TV integration. Just be prepared to find a good audio solution because if you have a great quality picture, you are going to want great audio to go along with it.

    Nov 18, 2020 21:06
  • Review by Cupra, 10 out of 10
    Great Home Theater Projector

    The Epson Home Cinema 2250 1080p 3LCD Projector with Android TV is a really nice home theater projector.

    I was replacing a Home Cinema 2100, so I can talk to the differences between the two. Installation was a breeze, simply because the 2250 has the same footprint/shell as the 2100. I mounted it upside down from my ceiling mount, and it was installed within 5 mins. Swapped over the HDMI cables, plugged in the power and I was up and running.

    It would be nice, if the projector automatically knew it's orientation. Because I already had a mount set up etc, when it was plugged in, all the menus were upside down, as I didn't set it up the right way up in the first instance. Not a deal breaker at all, once I navigated to the image inversion selection in the menu, the setup was a breeze. Definitely would be 'nice-to-have' option.

    The remote(s) are a lot nicer and a lot more functional and tactile that the previous version, and they connect via bluetooth seamlessly. On screen instructions tell you how to set it up and it works perfectly every time. Upon firing up the projector, the is a soft welcome sound and soothing music playing as you set it all up. Full set up took about 20 mins or so, getting the settings how I like them.

    Visually, the unit looks almost identical to the 2100, apart from the copper trim ring around the lens, which works perfectly with my Klipsch speaker set up, complements them nicely.

    Performance, something you will notice right away when firing up the projector is the fan noise. It is loud when you turn it on, and then it fades and subdues drastically when warmed up. I run the projector in ECO mode, as that is when the fan is at it's quietest. I ran the previous projector in ECO mode for the past 2 years, but as of late, the lamp had started flickering. If I changed to normal power mode, the lamp would stop flickering, so it's almost like the bulb had a power starvation issue. Here's hoping that the new 2250 doesn't suffer from that same issue.

    So far, I have been impressed with the clarity, the color and the definition of this projector compared to the 2100. The colors are more vivid, deeper and stronger than it's predecessor. The blacks are also slightly darker (to my eye) as well. Very impressed with the details. I have it set up on a 100" screen and you can set up from 33.1" to 320" so it's very versatile. You can also simply plug a USB device in the back and run content from there, which makes it handy for quick access to content.

    I have it connected directly to a Dolby Atmos surround sound theater system, and it has worked very well indeed. Initially I had a little screen flicker, and was able to troubleshoot it to the HDMI connector not being fully seated into the projector. The warm up time isn't long, and you have full color clarity within about 30 seconds. I have it integrated to my Harmony Remote, and it functions flawlessly with that remote.

    The onboard Android Apps powered by Google TV work well (HBO Now/Hulu/Netflix/Youtube), load quickly and I haven't had an issue with them so far. The instructions don't make it abundantly clear as to why 2 remotes are included, I am presuming one is for set up, the other is for general use, so that settings don't get accidentally changed, but there was nothing specific in the documentation that I saw.

    Over all, I am extremely happy with the Epson 2250, a nice upgrade from the 2100 without taking that step to 4K. Vivid colors, high contrast, higher lumen count (2700 lumens), deeper blacks (dynamic contrast ratio of up to 70,000:1), crisp sharp image (1080p) and easy to use remote control make this projector a no brainer for a Home Theater setup.

    Nov 18, 2020 12:55
  • Review by v4Win, 10 out of 10
    Amazing Quality - Zero Issues ! Go for it

    I have been using this EPSON home cinema 2250 for more than a week now. I really liked it. I am very good at judging projectors, I used many projectors, few years back after comparing number of projectors i bought top model in View Sonic that time also i bought epson from bestbuy and returned it because nothing beating view sonic those times, and recently my view sonic got broken, now this is my favorite, this project has beaten my old one in a big way.

    Highlights of this projector which I liked most:

    1) Android TV - Thanks for Epson for including it in the projector this literally cuts all the external devices and connectivity issues. Works perfect!

    2) Wifi - Nice Wifi connections no drops. I really liked it.

    3) Picture clarity - Very good. I usually like DLP projector colors, I know 3LCD is advanced, but if you see pictures of the theater kind of screen it makes little difference. You see pictures of the theater kind of screen, it makes little difference. You will see more white in 3LCD, but you see colors in DLP. This projector matching with high end DLP picture quality which is very good.

    4) Remote Control

    Another nice cool features:

    1) Bluetooth connectivity - I see in some review, someone complained about Bluetooth connectivity it must be individual projector unit specific. First time, When I am trying to connect to my BOSS sound bar, on the projector it did not show my boss to pair, but the second time I turned off my boss and did a scan on the projector it worked. I feel this kind of minor first time Bluetooth connectivity issue are quite common, hence I do not want to call this an issue. For me it is working seamlessly without any issue.

    2) Projector Audio works fine and in a small room if you want watch something you do not need any external audio systems, but all projector companies must know one thing, Audio is the more important thing in the projector do not try hard to give best sound from the projector, just good decent sound is enough, instead they should concentrate more on how many ways it can help connect other external sound systems seamlessly, if external audio connectivity fails the whole unit get quality issue.

    3) Different picture modes - cinema, bright cinema etc. Unit by default comes with all good nice settings. Some pictures are good in bright cinema and some good are in cinema mode.

    4) Shutter door to close the lens.

    The pack comes with all required things with it. Very good manual. Very easy to setup.

    I did one mistake while doing the setup, just want to share here so that it may help someone, When i was trying to raise the projector by mistake i broke the front bottom knob, i never used epson before, if you want to raise the projector up you suppose to pull the black thing down but somehow ( do not know what i was thinking that time :( ), i pulled gray color knob towards me and it broke. I know nobody makes this mistake, I had been just foolish and I was thinking something that time and no light in the room. Just want to share so that it may help someone.

    I checked light cost to replace in the future and you do not believe it is around $60 and surely you will get it under $100 which is very good and this is important for me since I use projector a lot.

    The things I do not like:

    From the same spot where I used to place my old projector, this projector throws the smaller image / picture. I need to move little bit back to match with my old projector. The thing is not a big thing just want to mention it here, with small changes you can correct it.

    Finally - I am really very impressed with the projector. I am so confident that you will love it.

    Nov 21, 2020 14:38
  • Review by MoGJ, 8 out of 10
    Projector With An Amazing Picture

    Pros: -Android TV included

    -Bright, 2700 Lumens

    -Beautiful vivid colors, true 1080p HD picture

    -Vertical & Horizontal lens shifting

    Cons: -Separated HDMI and Home inputs do not allow for an external speaker system to control audio for Android TV streaming platforms (see more information below). Need to use the additional audio port to completely transfer all audio to external speakers.

    -Only one HDMI input

    Epson has been a leading provider of great projectors for years. With that being said, this projector is no different. Rated at 2700 lumens, it is very bright and you can watch all of your favorite streaming services via the included Android TV platform. Although this is not a 4k projector, I still found the image produced to be phenomenal.

    Along with the projector, 2 remotes, and a power cord were included in the box. Setup was very easy, I turned it on, adjusted the zoom and focus sliders located at the top of the projector, and followed the welcome prompts on the projector. It took only a few minutes and I immediately saw the wow factor of the projector. With the 3LCD, 70,000:1 contrast ratio and capability to play 4k content, I not only loved the picture but guests I had over also gave compliments. Colors were vibrant and blacks stood out with shadow details being noticeable. Epson states that 4k content can be accepted by the projector (although this isn't a 4k projector), but I did not see a noticeable difference when playing 4k rated video since this projector cannot output 4k content. In addition to the great picture, a 10W speaker is installed in the projector. While it isn't a complete replacement for a sound bar or audio system, sound is clear and can fill a small room at the highest volume.

    On the back of the projector, there is only one HDMI (HDMI 2.0) input, one audio output (3.5mm audio jack), and a micro USB B input for service. To connect multiple HDMI devices, I would recommend using an audio video receiver to manage the HDMI device connections one might use. The projector also has the capability to connect bluetooth audio to it for playback. Someone previously mentioned having issues connecting their bluetooth speakers to the projector although I had no such issues. Going into the bluetooth settings, pairing the bluetooth speakers, and selecting to turn on bluetooth audio, enabled me to use bluetooth speakers for audio.

    Now for some more technical specs. The included 200W UHE lamp lasts for about 4500 hours give or take on the normal setting or 7500 on the ECO setting. While in normal brightness mode, the fan noise (Epson rates at 36db) was not too audible to me while playing video games and watching movies. In Quiet mode it was less audible (Epson rated at 28db). The amount of zoom on the projector allowed goes from the standard 1.0 picture up to 1.6. I was able to see a great difference in how large the picture frame became at shorter distances because of the zoom. From tests I conducted, from about 11 feet and 11 inches from the wall to the front of the projector, an image greater than 100 inches (about 104-105 inches) was displayed while having the zoom slider at half. At full zoom, an image of 100 inches was produced from about 9ft and 9 inches.

    One thing that I loved in particular about the projector was the inclusion of Android TV. I am familiar with it since I have a TV (Sony 900E) with it included although on my TV it can be laggy at times. This was not the case with the projector. I was able to move through all of the menus and app tiles quickly and smoothly. Because of the inclusion of Android TV, there isn't a need for an HDMI streaming service box or dongle, Android TV has a wide offering of apps from Google that people can choose from. With Android TV, there was also the ability for me to cast what I was watching from my phone over to the projector as well. Finishing the added features section of the review, the projector also has horizontal and vertical lens shift capabilities. (Horizontal and vertical keystone correction can be made up to plus or minus 30 degrees). These definitely helped me when positioning the projector and is a nice added bonus!

    Because of the mishap of not being able to relay the audio from the internal Android TV streaming services, I had to dock a star. Otherwise, this projector is amazing and cannot imagine anyone would not fall in love with this projector. The greatest features being Android TV and a beautiful bright picture means you could definitely replace your home TV with this. It will definitely make a very nice upgrade!

    Nov 23, 2020 17:21
  • Review by SnowNinja, 10 out of 10
    Great Home Cinema Projector

    The Epson - Home Cinema 2250 1080p 3LCD Projector with Android TV is a great projector for your home cinema. It has a great image and works well in ambient lit or light restricted viewing areas.

    Out of the box, set up is easy. The box includes the projector, power cord, 2 remotes, and setup guides. You will need an HDMI cable if you plan to use the projector with a cable box, gaming console, or other device. The cable is not needed if you just want to use the built-in features such as AndroidTV, Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, or other built in apps. Be aware though that the projector only has 1 HDMI input, so if you have multiple devices to connect you will need an HDMI switch as well.

    To set the projector up, it can be placed on a shelf or ceiling mounted and can be front or rear projected. While the projector does not have a lens shift capability, it does feature both horizontal and vertical keystone correction making placement of the projector extremely flexible. You should have no issues finding a place to place it. Also, the 2700 lumens brightness rating does not seem to do it justice. This projector is plenty bright to work in both ambient lit rooms as well as light restricted areas.

    The projector will need to be placed a bit away from your viewing area. For a 100-inch image, the projector will need to be 10 feet from the screen. If you want a 120-inch image, you will need the projector to be 12 feet from the screen. In any case, it still should work great in most settings.

    Now that placement is out of the way, I will talk performance. The Epson 2250 does not hold back in this area. The picture quality is amazing for a 1080p projector. The reds, blues, greens, and yellows all pop and are distinct. The picture is crisp and amazing. Since this is a 3LCD projector, there is no rainbow effect that some get from projectors. The black levels are not bad, but I would say are average for a projector. That is understandable though given the brightness this projector offers.

    Now some notes on gaming. The projector works well with devices such as a PS4 or even the new PS5. However, the biggest thing to gamers are color brightness and input lag. This projector has no issues with color brightness. It is amazing. As such, this projector works great as a home cinema. If you are watching sports or movies, you won’t be disappointed. Images are smooth and not jittery. If there is a problem though, it is with input lag. While you can certainly play games on this projector and it will look amazing, hardcore gamers may complain about input lag. I haven’t seen any specifics on measured lag, but I would not be surprised to hear it is north of 35 milliseconds. In a rough experiment, I could move the sticks of the controller and watched the motion on the screen. On quick motions left to right, I could hear the stick click before seeing the movement on the screen. While it isn’t much, in high twitch gaming such as Call of Duty or others, milliseconds count. Casual gamers who want to game on a big screen probably won’t notice, but hardcore gamers will.

    The projector does have a built-in speaker which works well for viewing. The projector also is quiet. I was expecting more noise, but it isn’t that bad at all. The lamp life is also really good for a projector, especially one that is this bright. Depending on the mode you use it in, you can get up to 10,000 hours of bulb life from it. You should be able to go a few years without replacing it.

    Quickly, I have highlighted the pros and cons below.

    Pros: Quiet; good lamp life (up to 10,000 hours depending on running mode); built-in Android TV with Netflix, Hulu, YouTube; smooth image; amazing colors,

    Cons: Hardcore gamers will see lag, black levels just average, only one HDMI port

    I really enjoy the Epson 2250 projector. It is a great projector for a home cinema. I would recommend this projector for anyone wanting a great home cinema projector.

    Nov 28, 2020 11:34
  • 9.4score
    Vankyo - Leisure 510 HD 720P Projector - Black
    Description

    Leisure 510 projector includes 2 HDMI, 2 USB, VGA, AV and USB ports as well as SD card slot. Connect to your TV, laptop and other devices. Most video formats readable. 1920x1080p resolution projects HD images whilst 2 built-in 3 watt speakers provide outstanding audio quality. Project onto a screen size of between 44 and 200 inches. LED lamp lasts for approximately 50,000 hours (10 hours use per day means no replacement necessary for over 10 years). Built-in fan keeps projector cool without excess noise.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    3 Features
  • Brighter and Crispier Images: Equipped with 260ANSI Lumen LED light, VANKYO Leisure 510 provides a native resolution of 1280*768 pixels and a contrast ratio of 3000:1, this produces a brighter and crispier visual output. Elegant images for an elite visual experience.
  • Outstanding Performance with Upgraded Features: Upgraded cooling system prevents overheating itself for longer and better performance; meanwhile it reduces fan noise, to give you a more immersive, authentically-reproduced audio experience.
  • Omnipotent Connectivity: For a compact device as VANKYO Leisure 510, it is compatible to PC, laptop, iPad, iPhone and other smartphones, as well as TV Stick, Chromecast, Xbox, and PS3/PS4. A true omnipotent multimedia projector.
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  • Review by Keialah, 10 out of 10
    Great price , Great Value

    I returned the mini projector from this brand because I wasn’t satisfied with it . I got this one instead & I am more than satisfied with the purchase . It’s worth the money. Great sound , very loud . Imagine quality is super clear .

    Nov 05, 2021 20:06
  • Review by Anonymous, 10 out of 10
    Great and easy to use projector

    The projector has a nice design and looks good. The picture is crystal clear and bright, and the sound is great and loud enough. Had a really nice movie night with my family. Would totally recommend!

    Dec 18, 2020 19:18
  • Review by Savitri, 10 out of 10
    Great Value with Excellent Performance

    Setup is easy and straightforward, fan noise is comparatively low. Connected with my Mac and the picture quality really amazed me. The build-in audio could be louder but won't trouble me too much since we have a speaker. Overall it is an awesome projector for the price!

    Nov 26, 2020 20:19
  • Review by zeravlaj, 10 out of 10
    Use USB with this Projector is Phenomenal

    First time buying a Projector and its amazing.

    Easy to setup just be patient with the focus and keystone alignment. Once you get a clear and okayed watchable viewing be happy with it. I suggest buying a blackout curtains as well to make your whole viewing room as dark as possible you can so that this Projector will work as well.

    A tip on how to use a USB make sure you format it to NTFS then you can view Video File .avi, .mp4, .mov, etc then Picture File .jpg, .bmp, then Audio File .mp3, .m4a, .flac.

    I also installed an AV with the right cable Yellow/White/Red to view either VHS/Betamax or your old DVD movies.

    The built in speaker for this is so loud omg i just keep at volume 20ish-25 because 100 is way to loud sounds like im hearing a 911 siren outside when the volume is at max.

    This Projector can go around 100' - 200" inches of viewing omg so amazing. Well the bigger it is you lose quality. The smaller the projected video/image the clearer it is.

    Quality is okay for the price I pay for if you want a super quality spend and save more around 500+ and up for 4K, but those higher end ones doesn't have a lot of HDMI, AV, 3.5mm Input Audio, TC/miniSDcard and USB.

    Hope my review helps to fellow movie/tv watcher, enjoy!

    Feb 13, 2021 17:53
  • Review by Fred, 10 out of 10
    Recommended !!!

    Great picture quality!! Easy to use. It took me a minute to start watching. Magnificent value. Totally recommend.

    Dec 02, 2020 21:31
  • Review by Amber, 10 out of 10
    Very happy with this purchase

    I really enjoy this purchase. It’s a great first projector and the visual and sound quality is very good. I like that it also comes with everything you need to take it with you wherever you go. Highly recommend if you’re looking for a portable projector. In that picture I didn’t have a proper stand but you can get a idea of the picture quality. Also it is very easy to get in focus.

    Mar 25, 2021 17:10
  • Review by FamilyNightsAtTheMovies, 10 out of 10
    Family Movie Nights

    My kids set it up, they use their phones to stream movies. We started having movie nights in the back yard using a white sheet to project onto. Best investment I’ve made in a long time!

    Mar 16, 2021 23:15
  • Review by DallasCowboys, 10 out of 10
    Good quality projector

    Tbh is has been a great addition to assist with back yard movie night. Great quality

    Oct 20, 2021 08:20
  • 9.4score
    Epson - Home Cinema 880 1080p 3LCD Projector, 3300 lumens - White
    Description

    Sit back, relax and watch movies with this Epson video projector. It offers 3,300 lumens of color & white brightness to ensure vibrant, accurate colors, and its HD resolution delivers crisp image quality at 1080p. This Epson video projector lets you connect a Blu-ray player or gaming console via an HDMI input for smooth streaming of your favorite media.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn moreEpson home theater projectors.Enjoy an unparalleled big-screen movie or gaming experience.Learn more about Epson’s home theater projector lineup

    13 Features
  • Portable design: Weighs 5.95 lbs. for easy transport to a friend’s house for your next movie night.
  • ±30° keystone correction: For distortion-free images.
  • 3300 lumens of color brightness and 3300 lumens of white brightness: Boost display visibility and produce clear, vibrant on-screen images.
  • Dynamic contrast ratio: Up to 16,000:1 for rich detail in dark scenes.
  • 1080p resolution: Delivers crisp, detailed high-definition images.
  • HDMI input: Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 33.1" - 320" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • USB Plug 'n Play instant setup: Instantly projects audio and video from a PC or Mac via a USB connection.
  • Manual zoom: Offers setting versatility.
  • UHE 210W lamp: Delivers up to 10,000 hours of lamp life in ECO mode and up to 6,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • 29-37dBA fan noise: Ensures quiet operation.
  • Built-in speaker: Provides crisp sound.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
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  • Review by lambda100, 10 out of 10
    An Excellent Projector Without the High Price Tag!

    I love going to the movie theater, but that is no longer a viable option lately with the pandemic. When I heard Epson was releasing its latest entry level 1080p projector, I jumped at the opportunity to bring the cinema experience to the comfort and safety of my living room.

    The Epson Home Cinema (HC) 880 is simply awesome! It has just enough of the big features you’d want in a projector without the hefty price tag, and that makes this a value winning projector. I love the fact that it is rated at 3,300 lumens of color and white brightness. What that means for me is that I can watch my favorite movies without turning out the lights. I tried the projector during the day with the blinds and curtains open, letting in plenty of ambient natural light, and the projector image was still bright and sharp without any washout. And during the night I had my living room lights on, the Epson 880 continued to display a bright and clear image. The projector’s lamp brightness is a little dimmer in ECO mode when compared to Normal mode, but both modes still work well in ambient lighting.

    I use a large white wall in my living as the projector screen. The projector’s image colors are true to life, sharp, bright, and have plenty of contrast. I was only able to project up to 8’ before I ran out of wall space, but Epson claims that the projector can display up to 386”.

    Another feature I like is that the Epson HC 880 comes with an audio jack. I know in the past Epson did not include an audio jack for its older model entry level projectors, but I’m glad Epson finally included this feature. I can now connect my external speakers for a better home cinema audio experience. However, the built in 2 watt mono speaker works well, too. It gets plenty loud to overcome the projector’s fan noise. Speaking of fan noise, the Epson HC 880 isn’t too loud. In ECO mode, the fan barely makes a noise. Once you turn it to Normal mode, the fan does become more audible, but nothing to the point that it becomes a distraction.

    One of the best things about this projector is that it is so easy to set up and use. You could mount it on the ceiling, but I simply set it on a table, plugged it in, leveled it by adjusting the height of the rear feet and front foot, adjusted the image for squareness, plugged my laptop into the hdmi connection, focused the image, and I was ready to enjoy a good movie with some popcorn in less than five minutes. The projector allows you to easily adjust for image squareness with the automatic vertical keystone correction, manual horizontal keystone correction, and Quick Corner setting. And there are plenty of image settings just like you would find on a television such as adjustments to color saturation, brightness, contrast, sharpness, tint, and so on. The remote control is easy to use and the onscreen menus are intuitive.

    Although it is marketed as a home cinema projector, the HC 800 can also perform well as a business projector. After all, it can reach 3,300 lumens of brightness which is plenty to overcome the ambient lighting of a conference room. And it weighs only 6 lbs which is considered lightweight for a full size projector, making it easy to tote around.

    I couldn’t find anything bad to nit pick with the projector. Some folks might be turned off by the limited number of connections. It only has 1 hdmi, 1 usb-type a, 1 usb-type b, and an audio jack as its interfaces. I don’t mind though, because I only use the hdmi connection. I can connect my google chromecast to the hdmi and power it with the usb-type a connection on the projector. This turns the HC 880 into a streaming machine.

    Things that I wished were featured on the HC 880 would be a backlit remote control for the times when I’m using the projector in the dark, and also if Epson could include a soft carrying case for the projector. Other than that, for the value price and extraordinary image quality and features, the Epson HC 880 is a perfect entry level projector meeting the needs for a fun family movie night. I totally recommend this projector!

    Nov 21, 2020 01:53
  • Review by ReviewedByPhil, 8 out of 10
    Bright/vivid image, quiet fan, lacking inputs

    We use a projector as our main TV in our living room and this Epson Home Cinema 880 is replacing our current 1080p LED projector. The first thing we noticed is that the Epson’s 3LCD display generates a much brighter image than our previous projector, so at 3300 lumens, it is bright enough to be seen clearly during the day and with some lights on (indoors). The clarity of the image is also super sharp and crisp all the way to the edges of the screen with no vignetting at the corners.

    The projector has a built-in spring-loaded front foot for pitching the image upward and two adjustable leveling feet at the back, but these couldn’t go high enough to get the image where we needed it from where the projector was placed. Since the image was too high, we had to pitch the projector at a downward angle by putting a book under the back side of the unit. The automatic keystone for both vertical and horizontal skew correction worked okay sometimes depending how we positioned the projector, but I did have to manually adjust it to get it perfectly square. I like that the sliding lens cover also acts as an A/V mute switch and cuts off the audio and switches off the lamp, helping to preserve the lamp life when not in use. You can also extend the lamp’s usable hours from 6000 to 12000 hours by setting the projector to ECO mode, which we primarily use and the image is still pretty bright and clear though contrast suffers a bit.

    I had no problem getting the image dimensions up to a 100 inch diagonal, which is the size of the PVC screen we use in the living room. It was actually a little too big for the screen where we have the projector placed, so we use the digital “e-zoom” to zoom out and make the image smaller to fit the screen’s borders. You can also digitally zoom in, but note that there is no physical zooming capability so the projected “area” always stays the same size and the image scales within that. The picture also looked great on our outdoor 120 inch screen when we used it for outdoor movie night, and the image was unaffected by the light cast on the screen from the fire pit. The focus wheel behind the lens is smooth and easy to adjust incrementally, so you can get the clearest image possible (at larger projection sizes you’ll be able to discern individual pixels; the max is 320 inches).

    The fan noise when set to ‘cinema’ or ‘game’ modes in ECO mode is pretty quiet, even though the projector still puts out a ton of heat. The fan only gets constantly loud if you set it to ‘bright cinema’ (good for day time viewing) or ‘dynamic’ color settings. The one other noise factor that we noticed when using the projector is that occasionally there are moments of clicking/grinding that sound like they are coming from the around the lens. We think it’s from the ‘Dynamic Iris’ setting which tries to adjust the brightness on the fly based on the content as this noise happens whenever we change scenes, screens, or apps on the screen.

    The onboard internal mono speaker for this projector also isn’t very impressive. It is serviceable if you’re traveling and want to pack light, but it isn’t going to give you a cinema quality experience to go with the awesome picture. For that, I recommend you plug in an external speaker, sound bar, or even headphones into the AUX audio out port. The analog AUX is the only audio output option, though it can be converted to RCA using an adapter (not included); I would have preferred an optical audio output or Bluetooth for connecting an external speaker. This unit is also lacking on the input side with a single USB-A and a single HDMI port for input. We’re constantly pulling HDMI cables out to plug something else in so we may consider getting and HDMI switch to bridge this gap. You can also connect a computer to the projector using the USB-B port, though you will have to install the Espon USB Display software to use this port. One thing that did disappoint me was that the USB-A port doesn’t have sufficient power output to power the FireTV streaming stick; we had to run a long USB cable from the FireTV to a wall outlet instead of being able to use the USB port right on the projector.

    While I did read that this projector supports wireless connections for projection, monitoring, and control via remote, it requires a separate Wireless LAN module, that’s not included in the box. The unit has IR receivers in the front and back so you can use the remote control from either side of the projector. The remote looks a bit complicated, but all the buttons are clearly labeled and each set of keys help you quickly access common functions, like brightness, color mode, and keystone, without making you dig through the projector’s on-screen menus. However, it’s not backlit so can be hard to see in the dark. If you don’t have the remote handy, you can also use the buttons on top of the projector.

    Overall, the projector’s image quality and brightness is its main highlight. The unit is easy to use and set up, and the mediocre sound can be mitigated using an external speaker. Despite the lack of multiple inputs and underpowered USB port, you can still make due by simply working around these shortcomings, so they’re not show stoppers.

    Nov 30, 2020 21:35
  • Review by ILikeVideoGames, 8 out of 10
    Good entry-level 1080p projector

    One of the first things I noticed about this projector was how no-frills it was. It has one HDMI port, and a 3.5mm audio out, and a USB port. That's it for I/O ports. Depending on your setup that may be fine, but particularly for audio, just a 3.5mm out limits your audio options without extra cables and equipment.

    Setup was otherwise super simple, take it out of the box, set it up on a flat stable surface and take off the protective tape, plug it in and power it on. You can be projecting in a matter of minutes.

    The projector has some auto-keystone (distortion caused by the projector being at an off angle) abilities, where it will detect the vertical angle it is placed at and adjust the picture so it is square. If the projector is off angle horizontally, you will have to manually adjust that, which there is a slider on the projector for. You can also use the remote to adjust the keystoning to get a square picture.

    Focus is manually controlled at the lens on the projector itself. There are no options to control focus with the remote.

    Brightness was great, I could see the image well, in a comfortably sun-lit room. Colors are great as well, which is too be expected from a 3LCD projector. Built-in sound was nothing impressive, which is basically expected. If you want any reasonable sound from HDMI content, you'll want to use external speakers.

    Fan noise was tolerable; though considerably louder when set to the "Dynamic" picture mode, which sets the projector at the highest brightness. Setting it to "Cinema" was much better, and perfectly usable in most lighting conditions.

    Where this projector fails seems to be on the quality of the projector lens itself. Image was somewhat soft at the center, but perfectly acceptable for watching movies and tv, but the corners were very soft, with color fringing (colors separating). When I saw some text near the corners, I actually went to adjust the focus thinking I had the projector slightly out of focus, but it didn't help (or would make the edges a bit clearer, and center out of focus). This isn't as big of a problem when watching movies and tv, but if you intend to use this for projections in a school or business setting where text will be displayed, this could be frustrating, and I'd have a hard time recommending this projector for those use-cases. Attached images show a test pattern projected on my off-white wall, demonstrating the softness of the corners.

    But, for a cost-effective home theater projector, for watching movies and tv, this is still a great projector, and can't wait to have an outdoor movie once the weather warms back up.

    Nov 18, 2020 12:50
  • Review by JP84, 10 out of 10
    I’m the talk of the neighborhood.

    Bought this projector to watch a movie inside my home. But the quality was sooooo good that I decided to test it on my house exterior wall and OMGGGGG. It was 1080p quality outside. I decided to have a movie night and invited the neighbors and we had a movie night for everyone. The kids loved it ans the adults had a blast. I highly truly recommend it. My pictures don’t give it justice. But it’s MARVELOUS.

    Dec 29, 2020 15:23
  • Review by Thomas, 10 out of 10
    Absolutely amazing

    This projector exceeding all my expectations. I didn’t even use a screen and have it playing off my wall. I love how it changes between dynamic and bright cinema. For the movies I use dynamic. I have it set at 50 for brightness. If you are considering one I promise you can’t go wrong with this one.

    Apr 10, 2021 22:27
  • Review by TOMS, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic projector for the price

    This was my first entrance into using a projector for the purpose of an outdoor movie. I paired it was a 120" 1.3 gain white screen with a dark back. 4k wasnt in the budget and i already had some speakers on the back of the house. We were able to start the movie while the sun was just starting to set -- it sets directly into our faces, so that didnt help -- the movie was viewable, but a little light even on the brightest setting. Once the sun set behind the trees and as night began to fall, it was a different story. The picture quality was amazing and all the colors popped! It was an animated kids movie, so there was no shortage of good visuals and animation. The kids and adults were all very happy with it. Is it the greatest projector in the world...probably not (esp if you wanted more kick out of the built in speakers or more lens adjustments) but for the very short money I spent after the sale price and BB points, im thrilled at the results. The wife is having a "Mom's night" tonight for the neighborhood ladies, so hopefully it'll go off well for them too. ****the attached picture is from cable TV and I didnt take the picture showcase the image....it looked far better in person****

    Sep 11, 2021 08:16
  • Review by dnottingham4, 8 out of 10
    Very Good entry level FULL HD Projector

    The Epson Home Cinema 880 3LCD 1080p Projector is a very good entry-level 1080p triple LCD projector for home or office use. The projector comes with a power cable, remote control (batteries included) and the quick setup guide, and other literature. The projector has a single HDMI input, and audio output, and 2 USB 2.0 inputs (1 USB-A and one USB-B). The key features of this projector are:

    • 1080p Full HD resolution

    • 3300 Lumens of color and white brightness

    • 3LCD technology

    • All digital HDMI Technology

    • Built-in Speaker and easy setup.

    Additional features include:

    • Built-in Picture skew sensor – to correct for keystone issues.

    • Up to a 16, 000:1 dynamic contrast ratio

    • Convenient color mode adjustments

    • The ability to mount the projector in an inverted position.

    • Split mode and zoom features (more on these later)

    Usage impressions:

    This is a very good starter 1080P projector. The device is currently retailing for $499.99, which is an excellent price for this projector. When married up to one of many devices that can output to HDMI you can have up to a 386” diagonal (varies with the distance the projector is from the screen/wall). For my setup, while testing the throw distance was about 11.25 feet for a screen size diagonal of 127.60 inches. The projector has some digital zoom capabilities in the event the screen is too small or too large at the throw distance – in my case I used this capability to reduce the screen size to fit the available space on the wall.

    The projector’s built-in audio is a small, tinny-sounding 2W mono-speaker and while it does a good job, the 3.5 MM audio output can be used to provide improved audio.

    During my review, I found that this projector comes with USB video driver software that can allow a system to connect to the projector via the USB-B port. This can be combined with the HDMI port to have a split-screen view – I used this with my Surface Book and Roku device during testing and was able to display each screen. The screens can be of equal size or one screen can be made larger than the other one. While this may have limited use cases, it does offer some versatility to how one can project information or use this projector. One use case would be to have a sporting event live on one screen and a second screen showing the stats of the game on the other screen via a computer.

    Overall, this projector is a very good machine and has some hidden gem features and capabilities. While the single HDMI input could be considered a con by some, there is another model in this family of services that has dual HDMI inputs.

    I have found projectors, including this one, to be excellent, and cost-effective substitutes for TVs, where I can get 2x the screen size for a much lower price point (1/3 – ½ or even more). Granted I am not getting 4K in this configuration, but so far, I have not been persuaded that those benefits are worth the added expense.

    Pros: Price, some surprise features such as split-screen and USB input.

    Cons: None Noted.

    Dec 06, 2020 17:23
  • Review by jason, 10 out of 10
    projector

    Never owned a projector but this is awesome...didn't even need the screen and put in on the wall and I have a while wall for tv...great buy

    Feb 19, 2021 15:48
  • 9.2score
    Vankyo - Performance V630 1080p Projector - White
    Description

    Equipped with native 1920x1080 resolution, 5000:1 contrast ratio and 50,000 Hours lamp life, VANKYO Performance V630 is an exceptional home cinema and office projector conveys the truest color and imparts the deepest feelings upon the viewer.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    4 Features
  • Native 1080p: VANKYO Performance V630 is equipped with native 1920x1080 resolution, 5000:1 contrast ratio and 50,000 Hours lamp life. A revolutionary video projector meets all audio-visual satisfaction for office PowerPoint Presentation or home entertainment.
  • 300” Mega Projection Screen: Featuring a huge projection screen, the V630 movie projector provides a screen size of 46”-300” with projection distance variying from 5.15ft-30.18ft. This exceptional home cinema projector conveys the truest color and impart the deepest feelings upon the viewer.
  • Wide Compatability Projector: Equipped with 2*HDMI, AV, VGA, USB, SD Card and Audio Out Ports, The V630 video projector enables the flexibility to connect to various devices like X-BOX, PS4, PC, Laptop, USB sticks, SD cards, Android or IOS devices, and more.
  • 1 Year Professional Support: VANKYO provides 1-year free repair, long life professional customer service and technical support. Please feel free to contact with VANKYO Support Team if you have any question.
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  • Review by MyfavoriteTV, 10 out of 10
    Buy it

    Hands down an awesome buy for the price!

    It’s super clear very loud and crystal clear!

    We use it in our apartment living room instead of a TV.

    Aug 20, 2021 16:30
  • Review by Devryn, 10 out of 10
    Great value for the fun factor and performance

    Price for performance, this thing cannot be beat. I didn't expect to be able to use it in my den at all during the day, and now it's my preferred display for watching football or playing Switch (looks way more washed out in pics than in person). It has it's quirks...The focus has a major hot spot (not really fixable). The speakers are weak (get yourself a bluetooth adapter and use whatever speakers you want https://www.bestbuy.com/site/aluratek-bluetooth-audio-receiver-and-transmitter/5715709.p?skuId=5715709). Initially input lag was bad and there is no "game" mode like most TVs...I had to play with the settings a bit to get the input lag where it was acceptable (set Noise Reduction to Off). We even like to put it on the table outside and hang the screen in the evenings. Seriously great value for the fun factor and performance.

    Oct 06, 2021 07:44
  • Review by FERRARY, 10 out of 10
    Great proyector to great value

    If you room has 12 feet wide o long you get over 100 inch screen ... 108 inch to be exactly.. if is longer better , maybe 150 inch to 18 feet ... great only a t night ... dark room ..Picture Is really good

    Aug 14, 2020 16:36
  • Review by Matt, 10 out of 10
    Projector

    This item is awesome. Works great and priced just right. No need for the overpriced brand name, this one is perfect and works just as good

    Nov 06, 2020 15:43
  • Review by seahawks77, 10 out of 10
    Awesome

    This projector has exceeded my expectations. We use this outside for outdoor movie nights and the quality is excellent. I researched many before buying this one and am very happy that I purchased this one. I use it with a chromecast and it’s awesome. Quality is great!

    Jul 03, 2021 10:32
  • Review by EhLi, 10 out of 10
    Vankyo Performance V630

    The Vankyo Performance V630 projector has blown me away! I did not expect much from the projector because of the entry-level price tag. However, after using the projector for a couple of days, I can say that all the rave reviews that you see online are true. I now understand why everyone is so happy With their Vankyo, and am so glad I also decided to purchase one.

    Jan 01, 2021 12:22
  • Review by bsbbeckybsb, 10 out of 10
    Clear Picture

    The picture quality on this is phenomenal for the price.

    The sound quality is clear and doesn't sound like static.

    It does NOT have a spot for a DVD player so if you want to play a disk you will have to hook it up to an Xbox or DVD player. We actually use it with my husbands Xbox to play on amazon for movies and it worked great.

    The set up is easy and fast.

    Nov 07, 2021 20:48
  • Review by Bryan, 8 out of 10
    Great projector "Bang for your buck"

    Purchased this on a deal of the day special and have loved it since we have had it. It replaced a pair of Amazon projector's that were horribly made for the same price point. I like the simple menu and digital keystone correction. I would definitely recommend for anyone who wants to do movie night at home indoor/outdoor.

    Nov 06, 2021 16:51
  • 9.2score
    11
    LG
    LG - CineBeam PH30N 720p Wireless DLP Projector - White
    Description

    Achieve a movie theater viewing experience using this LG CineBeam LED projector. A built-in battery provides up to 2 hours of video playback, while Miracast technology lets you mirror portable smart devices. This LG CineBeam LED projector delivers HD resolution for crisp images, and integrated USB and HDMI inputs allow quick connections with external hardware.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    13 Features
  • Pocket design: Weighs just 17.6 oz. for easy transport to meetings, presentations and more.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled: Allow simple connectivity to external devices.
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • 250 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 100,000:1 contrast ratio: Provides a multitude of shades between black and white for rich color saturation.
  • 1280 x 720 HD resolution: Delivers crisp, detailed high-definition images.
  • HDMI input: Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 25.2" - 100" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • RGB LED lamp: Delivers up to 30,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • 25-30dB fan noise: Ensures quiet operation.
  • Built-in 1W speaker: Provides crisp sound.
  • 2 hours battery life: Usable in places with no access to power outlet.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by ChristinaCalifornia, 8 out of 10
    Movie night upgraded

    I researched many models, and this one was a win for me with blutooth connection, HDMI, and a remote to adjust the sound from your own speakers.

    I set this projector up in my small bedroom. At about 8 feet back it makes around an 80-inch picture. (The further back you place the projector the bigger your picture will be.) No background screen needed! We just project it onto the white wall. My kids love to lay on the floor with their blankets or on the bed with me and have family movie nights.

    The picture is crisp and clear at night with the lights off. At sunset the picture is just okay. Says 720p, looks 1080p. Realistic coloring.

    Fan is very low, really can't hear it. Sound from speakers are lousey, but I hooked up my megaboom speaker via blutooth easily for great sound. Mouth is off sync slightly, but I've read there's an adapter cord that can plus into most blutooth speakers. It's not enough off sync to bother us though.

    HDMI hookup allows me to hook up to our blu ray player or Roku box.

    I've read in a review that LG batteries are not replaceable and once the battery dies you can't use this unit anymore. Battery life depends on how often you use it, but dies out at only about two years. So, I won't be using the battery for this. Best Buy warranty may be a good option for those wanting to use the battery.

    The two pictures I attached show sunset (blinds closed) viewing versus completely dark.

    Pros:

    HDMI port.

    Remote.

    Bluetooth to hook up a small speaker.

    HD. Crisp clear picture.

    Quiet fan.

    Tiny and portable.

    Cons:

    Poor speakers (this is for most projectors under $1,000)

    Has to be in a mostly dark in a room (That's most projectors).

    Possible battery issues in the future.

    Jan 30, 2021 13:15
  • Review by Busyhouse, 10 out of 10
    Great for movies

    The LG CineBeam is a compact, extremely versatile video projector. It is equipped with a battery, so it can used where no connection to AC power is available.The picture quality is excellent. It is also an excellent candidate for use as a home theater projector. I was even able to pair to outside speakers, which allows me to set up a surround sound effect, it sounded great. I'm projecting from about 15ft away onto a wall and the image is plenty bright, even with some ambient light in the room things are still watchable. Something really noticeable, especially how vivid everything looks. The colors are really vibrant. The throw distance i'm using is about as far away from my screen as i can while not making the image too large. One drawback is that there is no height adjustment. If the image is too low on the screen or wall or whatever you’re projecting on, you will have to find something to set it on. It’s small size and light weight make it an excellent candidate for use as a portable projector, but the lack of height adjustment would need to be kept in mind. Out of the box, the unit is easy to set up. Put the included batteries in the included remote control and then simply plug it in and turn it on. It will take you through setup menus for time, date, location, and sources of programming. I put in my fire stick and it works well and the movies look great on the screen and the sound is good enough you won't be disappointed I definitely recommend this

    Sep 04, 2020 06:57
  • Review by Ambiskrazy, 10 out of 10
    The best portable projector.

    The LG CineBeam PH30N delivers good performance for image quality, and balance of image quality, small size, and brightness is easily good enough to serve nicely in a small conference room or for anyone who needs a bright projector they can take with them on the go. Truly surprised how good this projector works. Being able to have a truly wireless projector is amazing, even being able to pair to outside speakers, allows me to set up a surround sound effect. Add in a streaming device and you won't need anything else plugged in. It allow for you to throw video right from a phone or laptop without the HDMI and i connect a mini Sega and NES system and work perfectly. Battery last 2 hours perfect for a movie night in the yard. What i love about this mini projector is that Delivers resolution equivalent to 720p on screen, using a 960x540 micromirror chip and XPR fast pixel shifting, Accepts 1080p input, Supports Bluetooth audio (in addition to having a 3.5mm audio out port) with Bluetooth AV sync adjustment and Built-in rechargeable battery that last 2 hours all this perfect for on the go.

    “I received this product at a discounted price in exchange for my honest review.”

    Sep 10, 2020 13:55
  • Review by GamerJ, 10 out of 10
    Big Picture, Tiny Size

    First of, I want to say that this little projector blew my mind from what I was expecting. Its small an light. I was able to mount it on a camera tripod for portable use and it worked perfectly. I liked that it will automatically adjust the angle for you but you can still manually do it if necessary. The menus are easy to use and see. I was able to connect our Bluetooth portable speaker to it for the audio. The built-in audio is ok, but I really recommend you connect your own speaker to it. On battery we were able to watch a 2 an a half long video with no problems. I connected my phone and watched a musical from a streaming service. We watched it projecting on the wall and the color and quality were really good. I purchased a screen online and my kids tried it in there room where they connected their video game console and played on it. The colors looked great and it play perfectly with no lag. It was very bright for being just an LED projector. It's not bright enough to see in a brightly lit room, but in the dark, it works really well. We haven't had a chance to take it out camping yet since the weather is still to hot in the desert. We'll be projecting on the side of the trailer soon. I received this product at a discounted price in exchange for my honest review.

    Sep 21, 2020 23:57
  • Review by Gabe, 10 out of 10
    Convenient Portable Projector

    The wife and I bought this for backyard movie nights and so far it has not disappointed. I love how small and compact this projector is and the set up was SUPER simple. There is an HDMI port to connect to Roku or any device you want. We mirrored Youtube videos from the phone and sports and movies from the PC rather than using HDMI or USB. I was impressed with the picture. The audio is not really loud but luckily you can connect it to any Bluetooth speaker which is a major plus. Since the projector is portable, you do not need the remote with it however, the remote itself is super easy to use and it is nice and slim. As with most projectors, you need a dimly lit room (or outdoors) to fully enjoy the picture. I wish the projector had a keystone adjustment left and right. This would allow us to adjust a skewed picture with the projector to the left or right of our sitting location (it does have it up and down though). That was about the only function missing that the big projectors have. In the end, its a small miss considering all the other advantages this little thing packs!

    Oct 04, 2020 09:05
  • Review by Josie118, 10 out of 10
    Movie Nights Just Got Better!

    Outdoor Movie night just got better with my LG PH30N CineBeam projector. It's a great projector to stream It was really easy to set up, the projector is compact and light weight! The quality of the projection is good when the lights are off you get a beautiful clear picture, if the lights are on the picture colors would get faded out when watching a movie. The projector is really easy to use, plugs right into a HDMI or USB cable to stream to the projector. I just plugged in my USB flash drive to look at my pictures, I also used my phone or my IPad to stream and watch my movies. The projector has a 2 hour built-in battery, audio is clear and smooth, Bluetooth sound out built in speakers or you can connect speakers for a much clear surround sound. The projector has a resolution of 1280x720p high definition with up to 100" screen. Every home should have one, makes outside movie night much more enjoyable.

    Nov 07, 2020 21:48
  • Review by PlayBunnieRabbit, 8 out of 10
    Decent little projector

    I was very excited to get this projector as it would be the first one I owned. I have one at my job that I had to use every day so I was slightly familiar with using a projector. So the main reason I was excited to get this LG projector was because of the small size and it being able to be easily moved around and carried and used anyplace. The size of the projector is perfect and it projects the image on any surface. I was very amazed at how clear the picture was! Not to mention the size of the image you can get with a clear picture was very impressive! Another great feature was it could be plugged in or there is a 2 hour battery life so incase you want to project where you don’t have an outlet, no problem! And 2 hours gives you enough time for a whole movie! The only negative thing about this projector which I hate to say is a big deal is the sound. You have to hook this up to another sound source so if you don’t have a speaker(s) you are out of luck. Even with the sound on full blast on the projector you can barely hear it even sitting right next to it. If LG could fix the sound quality then this projector would be perfect. So I had a speaker I hooked up to it and it worked great. It was a little inconvenience to add a speaker to it but at least the sound with the speaker worked great with the projector. So minus the sound issue this projector is amazing and I would recommend it especially for its price!

    Sep 24, 2020 13:14
  • Review by luckyMe, 10 out of 10
    Pocket size awesome projection

    Finally, I got the LG CineBeam Projector i have been waiting for so long. I was surprised to see how small and portable the projector was. I was using an older version on the LG LED projector before which is almost double the size than this. So was a bit skeptical about how it will project. There are quite a few features it performs that the older version couldn't. The battery backup. This one by far my favorite.

    So, I took everything out and started setting it up. It was evening by the time I figured out how to connect the sound to my Bluetooth speaker and how to screen share via laptop to the project.

    Now time to relieve the project display. So projected it on the wall and the clarity is amazing. There is no need to darken the room. The brightness of the project is superb. It projects on a big screen like. It has an easy feature like the Battery backup for two hours, a project to focus, wireless, and Bluetooth support. the other major improvement I observed is it doesn't get heat up or make noise. Can mount it anywhere as its very light in weight.

    We found the remote was really helpful to the on/off the projector. It has easy navigation to setting and volume control. New feature I found is its has front and back projection feature in it.

    We projected it on a white wall and the clarity is amazing. We are able to read the CC as well so, imagine how good the clarity is. I have been watching all my shows on the projector. I won't opt for TV when I have a good projector at home. I am able to view my shows in the morning hours as well.

    On the window of improvements side, I see that the audio volume on the projector is a bit low, and also USB-C support would be a game-changer.

    #LGTechInsiders #freeproduct #InsiderStories

    Overall it's a very good projector from LG that can be used both indoor and outdoor without a power supply.

    Pro:

    Small in size

    Big projection

    Easy to charge

    Battery back up

    Easy to focus

    Portale

    Easy remote access

    Cons:

    The audio volume is low.

    Screenshare connectivity can improve.

    Missing USB-C support

    Oct 10, 2020 15:04
  • 9.2score
    Elite Screens - YardMaster2 120" Outdoor Projector Screen - Silver
    Description

    Featuring a CineWhite screen, this Elite Screens YardMaster2 OMS120H2 projector screen allows you to watch your favorite flicks and shows with a vibrant picture, indoors or out. The portable, floorstanding design lets you set up the stand where you want.

    4 Features
  • 120" diagonal screen: With a 59"H x 104.7"W viewing area offers a clear view.
  • CineWhite screen material: Promotes a clear picture, so you can enjoy your movies and shows.
  • Portable design: Allows you to set up the screen for use indoors or outside.
  • Screen material bag and carrying bag: Allow easy portability.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by sosjpj, 10 out of 10
    Completely surprised at the quality

    The frame on this is sooo much more robust and user friendly than I was expecting. Very pleased with the quality. I haven't attempted to remove the creases caused from keeping it folded in the carrying case but be aware they do not completely fade from being pulled tight. With that said, we don't even notice them once the movie starts...small price to pay for the portability.

    Oct 06, 2020 23:44
  • Review by Djordan23dbo, 10 out of 10
    Great screen

    Although my screen was missing a button, it did not affect the screen at all. This is paired with an Epson HC 2045. Pic of the GGG PPV taken during the day.

    Mar 18, 2017 20:44
  • Review by Anonymous, 10 out of 10
    Camping & UFC fight on screen!

    Finally used the screen this weekend for camping and set up was a breeze! We had zero issues, built in minutes and I like the bag it comes with which includes a separate zippered bag just for the screen . Highly recommend!

    By the way, we used the LG - PF50KA 1080p Wireless Smart DLP Portable Projector on this and the picture was just perfect! Only took videos so the pictures I uploaded might be a bit blurry. I connected the projector to our laptop via HDMI and it immediately mirrored our screen. Worked great for our pay per view UFC McGregor fight.

    Jul 15, 2021 07:32
  • Review by Nate, 10 out of 10
    Great Quality and Size

    Highly recommended! Elite screens provide great quality. This screen is perfect for indoor outdoor use as you can see in my photos. The screen will very tight on frame on first use, especially if you are putting together in a cool environment... it was alot easier to put together outdoor in warmer temperatures. The wrinkles disappear once streatched and snapped over frame. Just follow the directions and you will have no issues. My only recommendation would be to snap the three corner buttons first instead of only one in on each alternating corners to prevent too much tension on a single button which may tear near the button. Also, leaving the screen in a sunny area will help release wrinkles.

    Jun 02, 2021 09:24
  • Review by MikeMinGeorgia, 10 out of 10
    Very stable and easy to assemble

    Easy set up and feet are very stable. The screen snaps to the frame give a good stretch to the screen material without being too hard to attach.

    Sep 20, 2020 10:31
  • Review by Mike, 10 out of 10
    Screen Works Great

    I got this screen for camping and to enjoy family and friends outdoor movie nights in the back yard. I looked at many reviews to get the one that would fit my needs best and finally ended up choosing this one for stability and design. I first tried using in the mountains at my aunt and uncles cabin with one issue. The frame was solid and sturdy. The screen was well made too as it stretched when snapping it into place and the creases pretty much disappeared for the most part and what little was left could not be seen when watching the movie. The only problem we had was the legs would not go into the frame all the way but we managed to use it for the trip. When we returned home from the trip I immediately emailed customer support and the got back with me pretty quick. They asked for proof of purchase and serial number so they could send me the parts to remedy my situation. I did so and the following week i received the new legs and they fit perfectly. We have used again since then in the back yard and it was great. Elite screens back up their product and takes care of the customer. Very impressed how fast they took care of the situation. All in all I believe I picked the perfect screen for my needs even though we had a slight problem at first. I would definitely buy this product again and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a sturdy screen that fits into a nice package for travel. I still give it 5 stars as now that the legs fit and customer care was so awesome I believe it to be the best screen out there right now.

    Jun 21, 2020 17:33
  • Review by TheMangia, 10 out of 10
    Must have for any family

    We purchased the 120” Elite Screens Yardmaster 2. Setup and disassembly each take around 7-8 min. You can assemble by your self although 2 people will make it quicker. Once you install once it is a breeze. The frame and screen material are super durable. I also love that it comes with a travel case so you can bring it with you in trips. They also provide stakes and rope for additional security on windier days. The picture quality is amazing (obviously it depends on what projector you have). The kids loved our first outdoor movie night. We will also setup in the basement when winter rolls around. I highly recommend this for anyone looking to get an outdoor screen.

    Aug 07, 2020 16:05
  • Review by melodious, 10 out of 10
    Great Screen For The Money

    Easy set up and take down, very light weight and very pleased with picture quality outdoors and indoors.. Best part is I used the supplied eye bolts to suspend screen from the ceiling to view movies indoors.. I would highly recommend this screen to anyone...

    Oct 13, 2015 12:58
  • 9.2score
    Elite Screens - Screens DIY Pro Series 114" Outdoor Projector Screen - White
    Description

    Project videos almost anywhere with this Elite Screens DIY Pro outdoor screen. It installs easily onto any supportive structure with its included rigging cords, and it's made of weather-resistant DynaWhite 1.1 gain matte white material. This versatile 114-inch Elite Screens DIY Pro outdoor screen reliably reflects 4K Ultra HD and Active 3-D movies in their true quality.

    4 Features
  • Compatible with most home and business projectors: For versatile use.
  • 114" diagonal screen: With a 56"H x 99"W viewing area and a 16:9 aspect ratio, so everyone in the room can easily see the movie or presentation.
  • 160° viewing angle: For multipurpose applications.
  • Black masking borders: Surround the viewing area for enhanced picture contrast.
  • 7 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Mrtonytoca, 8 out of 10
    Nice and big size screen

    Big screen for outside. You must build your own setup which takes a bit of knowledge and work. But my main gripe is that it comes in a small box which means the screen had to be folded multiple times. And after a week of it being stretched out those fold lines never went away and are still visible

    May 10, 2019 18:27
  • Review by MacAirCover, 10 out of 10
    Excellent For the Outside

    Used this produce for my daughter's birthday party! This made the perfect background for her outdoor festivities with her friends.

    Oct 21, 2019 08:24
  • Review by Katjon959007, 8 out of 10
    Nice for grandkids out doors

    Used this family night was great for us no phones were allowed the only ring that was allowed wS the home phone for emergency only kids really loved the time they had

    Mar 29, 2019 17:39
  • Review by BigD, 8 out of 10
    Very nice screen

    Delivery was fast!! Very good quality and materials, works well in patio area, just had to get creative with where to hang it up..

    Jan 16, 2019 22:19
  • Review by Porky, 10 out of 10
    Great

    Is very cool Watching basketball and football what is 114" screen

    Jun 08, 2018 18:01
  • Review by Luna369, 10 out of 10
    Nice screen

    Love this screen image looks beautiful on the backyard.

    Jun 19, 2020 16:22
  • Review by BigG, 10 out of 10
    Beautiful screen and frame

    Expensive product but happy with my purchase. Beautiful dark velvet frame

    Sep 04, 2017 01:30
  • 9.2score
    Vankyo - Leisure 470 Wireless Mini Projector - White
    Description

    VANKYO Leisure 470 mini projector is full HD 1080P supported. Synchornize your smartphone screen on the up to 250’’ Display. This wifi enabled, portable projector is compatible with TV Sticks, PS4, HDMI, VGA, TF, AV, and USB.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    5 Features
  • Synchronize Your Smartphone via Wifi: Connect your IOS or Android device via Wifi. VANKYO Leisure 470 can also directly connect to your smartphone or laptop via a USB/Lightning cable, without the need for an extra HDMI adapter or a Wi-Fi environment.
  • Remarkable Clarity and Brightness: Leisure 470 is 80% brighter than other equivalent projectors. MStar Advanced Color Engine and 3500: 1 contrast provide vivid color and powerful image contrast. Native resolution is 1280 x720, with 1920x1080 supported. Lamp life of up to 50,000 hours.
  • Superior Home Theatre Projector: Provides viewing sizes from 39" to 250" with projection distances between 4.27 and 26.57 feet. The large-screen eye-protection light source and built-in 3W*1 stereo speakers let you enjoy whatever you may be watching.
  • Portable Versatile Digital Projector: Compatible with TV Stick/smartphones/tablets/TV/laptop/USB sticks/TF cards (max 32GB)/DVD players. It can easily connect to your smartphone, PS3, PS4, X-Box ONE or Wii to enjoy all of your games. Customized bags are designed for carrying and storage.
  • 1-Year Warranty (100% Money Back Guarantee): VANKYO provides customers with a one-year 100% money back guarantee and professional customer service and technical support. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our customer service.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Beachbunny, 10 out of 10
    Definitely worth the money

    This projector is awesome so far. I've had it a few weeks and have no big complaints. I love how this projector has so many different options to view items from it. I've tested most of the options and love it; my cellphone mirrors wonderfully, the laptop was an easy hook up, my older firestick was an instant success, and I even have a few movies on a jump drive and the projector played them too. The sound from the little projector is very well for its size. I did order external speakers just because when were outside we want to be able to hear those low conversation sometimes movies have.

    I live in FL and we mostly live outside and we wanted something different and fun for the summer. It's been a super simple set up each time I've taken it placed. Plus it came with a case so traveling with it is easy and it has a remote which is a nice feature.

    Overall I'm happy I purchased this one, it does everything I want it to do and even more. I'm thinking about buying another one for my bedroom. The picture quality it very nice and makes me look forward to watching movies.

    Apr 14, 2021 19:23
  • Review by Savy, 10 out of 10
    THE BEST- BUY NOW

    I have had a few different projectors over the last couple of years and this has been the BEST & my favorite! I have had this one for 4 months and I’m just as happy and excited about it as I was back in November.

    The versatility and ease of use is amazing and I love using the little remote to effortlessly change the volume. I was amazed at how big & clear the picture is, as well as the range of sound that comes from such a small device. I mostly use the HD input with an adaptor for my iPad, but really enjoy screen mirroring my phone using WiFi too- SO cool!!!

    It also comes with a padded case making travel easy, the user’s manual is extensive yet makes setting it up so simple, and it even comes with a cleaning kit!!!

    I’m a fan of the company and back this product 2000%. Plus it’s affordable and honestly a bargain for how wonderful this projector is!

    Mar 17, 2021 09:13
  • Review by LOVEIT, 10 out of 10
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    This is my first time getting a projector & i actually love it! It’s also cheaper than a tv with a bigger screen. So i definitely recommend it!!!

    Jul 04, 2021 18:14
  • Review by Anonymous, 10 out of 10
    AWESOME!!

    The speakers are good. You can mirror you phone, iPad, Connect your Roku or Apple TV. We take it when we go camping and the kids love it.

    Mar 21, 2021 16:35
  • Review by Jaci, 10 out of 10
    Worth it!

    Honestly shocked by the quality, my husband and I love it!

    May 25, 2021 22:12
  • Review by HappyMom, 10 out of 10
    Great projector!

    Love this projector! Works great, super easy set up and I was shocked how loud the speaker is. The picture is great too.

    Sep 17, 2021 11:35
  • Review by SummerMusic, 10 out of 10
    I am getting another!

    I originally made this purchase for backyard movie nights with the grandkids. They are out-of-state and have not been to visit yet.

    I set it up to view in a wall. The picture is amazing.

    We use firestick and also stream concerts from android or pc. The sound is good but we use cord to attach bluetooth speaker.

    The added bonus is the HD 4k vankyo 120 inch screen I purchased for $29.

    We hung it on the far end of the pool and hang out in the water and watch.

    This is a bonus product. Far and few between.

    May 28, 2021 23:35
  • Review by Padreof2, 10 out of 10
    Best Birthday Present! Astonishing Resolution!

    Amazing quality for the price! And the sound is also really great for the size :) Now, I'm not sure if all of them are like this but my right top corner seens a bit cut off (projection) but i didn't feel like going through a return and exchange and that's ok. Also, sometimes when going through menus and selection can be a bit slow too and once again, that's ok! Because this little projector is just amazing!!! I haven't test out the whole screem mirroring but i will update on that next time. Roku video plays in 1080 resolution (Maximum. Also depending the resolution your media) and will show pictures on next update.

    Oct 18, 2020 20:44
  • 9.0score
    15
    LG
    LG - PF50KA 1080p Wireless Smart DLP Portable Projector - White
    Description

    Bring the movie theater experience home with this LG projector. Its USB Type-C interface connects to smartphones and laptops for streaming FHD content, and it's Bluetooth-enabled to pair with wireless speakers or headphones. The MiniBeam LED lamp on this LG projector has a life of up to 30,000 hours for long-term performance.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    12 Features
  • Portable design: Weighs 2.2 lbs. for easy transport to meetings, presentations and more.
  • Wireless capability: Lets you present wirelessly over a network via PC or Mac.
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • 600 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 100,000:1 contrast ratio: Provides a multitude of shades between black and white for rich color saturation.
  • 1080p (1920 x 1080) native resolution: Creates a sharp, detailed high-definition picture.
  • Dual HDMI inputs: Make it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 25" - 100" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • RGB LED lamp: Delivers up to 30,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • Built-in 1W speakers: Provide crisp sound.
  • 2.5 hours battery life: Usable in places with no access to power outlet.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by dnottingham4, 10 out of 10
    Fully Feature Projector for Anyone

    The LG PF50KA CineBeam projector is an incredible projector that anyone could find useful; however, it is very suited to those who have already or are considering cutting the cable TV/satellite subscription cord of which I am one. In addition, this projector has quite a few nice surprises that makes what at first seems like a high price point into a true value prospect.

    This review will occur in 3 parts – Tech Specs, Usage Impressions, and pros/cons:

    Tech Specs

    Even though each of you can read the tech specs from the product description page, let me point out a few key specs that I find to be key to this projector and its value proposition. First – this is a FULL HD projector with a 1920X1080 resolution. Second, this projector is a LED RGB driven projector with a lamp life of up to 30,000 hours – which equates to 3750 days with 8 hours of usage per day assuming you made it to the full lamp life – that is over 10 years! Second, this projector is equipped with LG Smart TV content that is built on LG WebOS – which is a Linux kernel-based multitasking operating system for smart devices – such as TVs and projectors and allows the projector to act as a streaming device, which means it does have WiFi and well as Bluetooth. Third, as this is cool for the cord-cutters – it has a Digital TV tuner built-in – which means that one can connect an antenna and get local over-the-air channels for your tv viewing pleasure, without having to get another device to tune the stations for you. The fourth and final key feature for me is that this projector has a 12,000 mAh battery- yes you read that correctly it has a battery – that provides up to 2.5 hours of projection without needing a power cord.

    Now for the other tech specs – it has, in addition to the Digital TV Turner it has 2 HDMI, 1 USB Type A (for use as a DivX, MP3, presentation file, and Photo source), a USB Type C (allows FHD video transfer and display from compatible devices, as well as laptop/mobile device charging, all at the same time over a single cable), LAN connector, and audio out via a 3.5mm connector (see pictures for a look at the connector panel). The backplane also has a power switch (switching to on puts the projector in standby mode) and DC power connector ports as well as a security lock port.

    The top of the unit has channel and volume controls, the Focus Ring and a power toggle button on the top. The bottom of the unit has an adjustable leg and a standard ¼” Tripod mounting hole.

    Usage Impressions

    My wife and I have been using a projector as our TV for about 1.5 years and we’ll likely never buy another TV because we find it to be the best viewing option for the money. Thus, this projector is very appealing for the capabilities discussed above. I have found this projector to be a high-value device and very useful. I currently have this device set up in my office with it projecting a 91-92” diagonal screen with a projection distance of 10 feet, 8 inches. The 600 Lumens rating for this projector means that the room needs to be lightly lit or dark for the screen to not be slightly washed out (see images accompanying this review for a darkened room vs a lit room). The picture is clear and shows no projection issues and the system has both an auto keystone and manual keystone correction capabilities.

    Since this projector has Smart TV functions, I tested these out via a WiFi connection and these were enabled without issues. Installation of the Hulu app was done with ease. I will state that the number of apps available are limited and having more would increase its value. YouTube, Hulu, and Netflix are the most notable apps.

    The projector has a variety of audio connection capabilities in addition to a built-in 1W+1W speaker. The speaker is a little light and on the tinny side. However, the projector does have Bluetooth capabilities that I was able to test with a sound bar that I own, and it worked great.

    One key thing to know about this projector is that there are no controls on the projector itself. So, you must either have the remote or you can use your smartphone – but this must be set up beforehand to be used.

    On a final note, I will state that this projector is a high quality and sturdy device that was accidentally tested as the power cord was tripped on and the projector took a fall to the floor while it was on and no issues have been noted as a result.

    Pros: Features/Capabilities (TV tuner, Battery), Portability, Quality, Performance

    Cons: Built-in speaker, lack of interface on the projector, limited app availability

    Jul 29, 2018 15:45
  • Review by Dan292, 10 out of 10
    Extremely versatile, wonderfully compact

    The LG CineBeam is a compact, extremely versatile video projector. It measures 7 inches by 7 inches by 2 inches not counting the power cable and transformer. Rear panel connectivity options includes a LAN port, two HDMI ports, USB 2.0 port, coaxial cable antenna/cable port, and USB-C port. It has a built-in tuner, so it can tune over-the-air broadcasts in addition to cable or set-top box sources. It is equipped with stereo speakers. It can connect to a wireless network. In short, it can connect in pretty much every way there is to connect. It is equipped with a battery, so it can used where no connection to AC power is available.

    It is first and foremost a projector. The first thing you might think of for using it is for large-screen projection of a presentation stored on a laptop computer, and it can certainly do this. The picture quality is excellent. It is also an excellent candidate for use as a home theater projector. One drawback is that there is no height adjustment. If the image is too low on the screen or wall or whatever you’re projecting on, you will have to find something to set it on. It does have a standard threaded tripod mount like what you find on cameras on the bottom, so it can be mounted that way. It is light enough that tripod mounting should not be a problem. It’s small size and light weight make it an excellent candidate for use as a portable projector, but the lack of height adjustment would need to be kept in mind.

    Out of the box, the unit is easy to set up. Put the included batteries in the included remote control and then simply plug it in and turn it on. It will take you through setup menus for time, date, location, and sources of programming. It is helpful to have whatever sources you intend to use connected at the time of setup so that the unit can detect them, but sources can be added later as well. During my tests, I used the HDMI connection and my laptop computer as the audio and video source.

    The unit can be controlled from your smartphone with an installed app. It can retrieve and play audio and video installed on your smartphone once connected through the app.

    As is often the case for modern electronics these days, the included instruction manual is minimal. Along with many pages of safety instructions and do’s and don’t’s, it tells you how to plug it in and turn it on. The manual suggests downloading the 170-page full user manual from the LG website, and I concur. I am not able to touch on every type of capability this unit has in the space of this review, so reading through the full manual is a must to get the most out of it.

    Having said all of the above, the primary consideration in choosing this unit for your projector needs is what will you use it for, and there are two categories of choice. If your goal is to use it as a projector for Powerpoint presentations and the like, then it will spend most of its time in your briefcase or backpack, and you will mostly be taking advantage of its portability and using it in hotel conference rooms or client offices or whatever. You’ll likely never use about 80% of its connectivity capabilities. After all, if used like this, how likely are you to be connecting it to television sources, wireless networks, or pairing it with your smartphone to view your favorite Youtube videos? If all you need is a projector for connection to a computer, and not for a home entertainment system, this unit is overkill.

    On the other hand, if your goal is to use it as the basis of a home theater or home video system, then it is likely that you’ll mount in one location (ceiling, shelf, etc.) and leave it there more or less permanently. In this case, it’s light weight and small size, and thus its portability, are not as important, although the smaller it is, the more versatile it can be in termos of mounting options. But it will function wonderfully as the basis of a home theater/home video system.

    So make your purchase decision carefully. Whatever use you have in mind, this unit will work great. Just make sure that you’re not buying more features than you can use.

    Jul 19, 2018 16:50
  • Review by Kevin, 10 out of 10
    Amazing

    This is the one. It’s 1080p and has smart capabilities. It’s also bright but if you turn on the lights it dims (as all others do as well). I was very pleased with the material used, it’s solid overall. Although it doesn’t have airplay and certain updated apps already integrated, such as Disney plus, an easy fix is the chromecast.

    Sep 17, 2021 16:17
  • Review by AndrewMD, 10 out of 10
    Excellent portable all in one projector.

    I have a few projectors in my collection and this one is really exceptional.

    The built in DTV makes it ideal for a large screen replacement. The built in battery lasts a decent amount of time. The USB C connection can be used for video or charging the unit.

    Highly recommended for those not interested in 4K and also wants something you can run games and power point

    May 29, 2020 16:08
  • Review by Tbeetles, 10 out of 10
    LG has a home run with this projector

    LG has developed a fantastic portable projector here.

    The initial setup is a breeze, I plugged in the unit to let it charge, then fired it up. It walks you through the process of connecting it to a wireless network, and setting up the tuner should you want to use it. A neat feature is that it uses a voice to read you the menu options you are on, for use by anyone who is visually impaired.

    The navigation and focus buttons on the top are very easy to use for adjusting the picture and volume. The device also has a little center pad on the bottom that can be screwed in or out to adjust elevation and angle. The built in menu system is intuitive but very basic - you can see the inputs and apps along the bottom of the screen and you select the app or input you want to use. I was able to setup my Netflix account, as well as browse Youtube via the built in apps and they worked just fine. I did find that you need to make sure the remote is pointed directly at the projector for it to work reliably - but it was very simple to navigate.

    As for hook up to external devices, I plugged my laptop into the HDMI port, and it worked just as you would hope. My favorite part though was when I took my chromecast, and roku stick, and plugged them into the HDMI/USB port. I was concerned if it would power the device or not - and it did! I was able to stream from my phone, my tablet, or my chrome browser right to the device - just like I would my TV. The fact that I can hook up a smart stick to it, really makes it a go anywhere device for me as I can stream anything that I normally would to my TV right off of my phone or tablet!

    The most important thing here is Picture Quality - and it is fantastic. I have included two pictures of it in use - The first is just it projecting onto a kitchen wall in a dim but reasonably lit room, and you can see it has deep colors and is full 1080p. Second I brought it into my basement, and projected it onto the wall - I hope the picture does it justice because even at that size it looked great -

    It produces decent sound - the volume is respectable, but its speakers are small, and do not produce any sort of bass. I was pleased with how well it performed on its own, and in a small setting would be just fine, but it is not going to produce a deep movie quality sound. - I was able to pair it to my bluetooth speaker though just fine, and was unable to notice any delay or lag between the sound and the picture.

    I could not be happier with the picture quality that this device puts out all the way up to that size. This portable projector by far exceeded my expectations, and I look forward to using it at work, as well as at home for outdoor movies!

    Jul 26, 2018 12:09
  • Review by EagleCroft, 10 out of 10
    Stunning HD Picture Quality! WOW! It's a Keeper!

    Video Projectors have been around a very time, I remember using one back in the 80's that was the size of a washing machine, had three large projector lenses for red, green and blue. The quality of those older systems were terrible, and it's not really fair to compare. The point here is that projectors have been around for years, and are definitely here to stay. The LG PF50KA is a huge leap forward in quality and capability, and I'm blown away by it's performance! I'm not going to bore you with all the technical details on this system, if you are like I am - you've already done your research which brought you to this projector. I hooked mine up quickly without any difficulty (I didn't even consult the manual initially). I happen to have a projection screen, back from the day when I used it to show 35mm slides (I know, I'm old...). The screen surface is perfect for projecting on, and displays amazingly bright and crisp video reproduction. A screen like this is also recommended if you plan on using the projector during daylight hours. No projector will provide the same quality in daylight, in a bright room as a typical TV set would. That's why movie theaters are dark! It's in a dark room that this projector shines (no pun intended). Besides the insanely good picture quality, LG also packed it full of great features! There are full plethora of APPS built-in, which you'd expect (NetFlix, YouTube, Hulu, etc.). I found each of the apps to perform perfectly well, with no lag or hesitation. I also plugged my FireStick in one of the two HDMI ports on the back, and it performed like a champ too. HD video content was awesome, with little to no banding noticeable. A huge benefit that this projector has over my 65" TV is that there are no viewing angle issues. You can sit anywhere in the room and see the same quality that you would sitting straight on. I really loved all of the ports provided in this projector, that allow you every conceivable way to input video. It even has a coaxial connector, which made me nostalgic since cable seems to be fading away in favor of streaming. I had a ball playing with this thing, trying out all of its cool features. I highly recommend taking the time to read the user's guide, and trying out everything before you mount the projector permanently. Although you really shouldn't mount this permanently anyhow since this mighty mini can run on it's built-in battery for up to 2 1/2 hours! I'm definitely planning on taking this on vacation with us, which should be fun! It's difficult to find any faults with the projector, since what's most important to me is the quality of the picture displayed. It is superb! I will say that the remote control isn't my favorite part of the projector. It took a bit of getting used to, and I really wish it was back lit. I don't know why manufacturers don't do this as a normal feature. The room is dark - how does one see the buttons? Seems like an obvious thing... The Setup initially on the projector is super simple, it walks you through step by step - and is completed in no time. I chuckled a little when it referred to the remote control included, and showed a graphic of a different remote control. LG needs to proof this, and clean that up along with its User's Guide. The guide is just "okay", I've struggled through much worse. I also wish there was more options in the Setup and Configurations menu. I suspect they don't add more settings on purpose as this unit is targeted at the typical family buyer. The less things to 'tweak', the better off the end user will be. This is exactly what Apple does too by the way, with its own products. Ultimately I connected my XBox One S via an HDMI cable, connected wireless to my home WiFi, and Bluetooth sound out to my AV Receiver. I watched Planet Earth 4K Blu-Ray and cranked the audio. It was amazing! I also watched Soccer and Nascar live - and the video was crisp and fluid. Really, really nice! I plan on doing more reviews on this unit as time goes on. It's capable of projecting up to 100 inches! I will have to clear a wall for that, but it'll be worth it! For now my 70" Da-Lite screen is just fine, actually it's incredible. Family movie night is forever changed and upgraded! If you are considering a projector for the home, for movies, for displaying photos, for streaming videos, for playing Xbox or PS4 video games on - get this unit! You will not be disappointed! You can spend more money on other projectors, but this one is a steal at twice the cost! I'm very choosy when it comes to electronics, and I don't hesitate returning something that doesn't impress me. This one made the grade, and it's definitely a keeper! Good job LG!

    Aug 07, 2018 21:45
  • Review by sundevilchemist, 8 out of 10
    Crystal Clear projection on the go...

    Quick Thoughts:

    Beautiful picture from a small and portable projector. Feature rich with some shortfalls.

    Pros:

    - Small footprint

    - tons of inputs

    - built in hd OTA tuner

    - 1080P sharpness

    - colors pop

    - visible in sunlit room (not direct sunlight)

    - has smart apps built in

    - webOs interface is excellent

    - uses a dslr camera mount at the bottom ( was able to put on tripod

    - built in speakers

    - interface response is fast

    Cons:

    - remote is not backlit

    - don't lose remote because the on unit buttons are horrible

    - very loud and audible during quite scenes or quite room

    - no auto focus

    - halo border around picture is distracting and tends to make picture look like a trapezoid (keystone correction)

    - no way to adjust size of picture without moving projector

    - right angle cord flat cord makes it hard to plug into recessed power box (can swap this portion with regular plug)

    - voice recognition would of been awesome

    - No lens cap or carrying case/pouch included

    Overall Thoughts:

    The LG PF50KA 1080P wireless smart DLP projector delivers crystal clear viewing on pretty much any surface you project it on.

    Feature rich projector with youtube, netflix, hulu, to name a few included in the WebOs interface.

    I used my windows 10 pc to extend my desktop without wire to the projector. Very cool feature not included in a lot of the home theater projectors I have seen.

    I was able to use the projector in a sun lit room and the display was easily visible. The colors and sharpness could not be appreciated as much as when the room was darkened or viewing at night in a theater like atmosphere.

    I took off one star for the very important shortfall. There is no picture shape adjustment other than ratio. I was unable to change image size without moving projector. So if you have a movie room with a fixed location for your projector it might not be an ideal location for the screen size. When you look at the LG website, the users have the projector sitting in front of them. That's a little different than how most people setup projectors at home.

    Gaming, music videos, movies, all look amazing.

    It is great that you can use this as a stand alone unit. Also includes Bluetooth audio connectivity.

    Can't wait to watch a movie outside during a pool party.

    Jul 18, 2018 11:56
  • Review by NJTechGuy, 8 out of 10
    Amazing Performance! Clunky remote.

    I absolutely love the performance of this projector! It is replacing my Wowoto battery operated predictor that froze up on me. This LG has amazing clarity and brightness. I recently used it to host a movie night outdoors for my son's sleepover birthday party. The Bluetooth sync to my ION tailgater was excellent (my Wowoto had delays) but had occasional dropouts in sound even though only 6 feet away. But I'd rather a couple of dropouts than lipsync be off. Inputs on the projector were plentiful though I'm not really sure I'll ever use the coax or the TV tuner, but it's nice to know I have the option.

    A few gripes I have that cost it a star for me are:

    1) every time I boot it up, it comes up with signal error cause it's looking for an antenna to be hooked up. It always defaults to TV tuner on boot. I'm sure there is a way to disable that or have it default to input but I haven't found it yet.

    2) the remote control is clunky when operating the GUI menu. Too many buttons on the remote and navigation response seems slow on the GUI.

    3) Finally the one big pain point I have is this LG projector does not work with wireless display (WiDi/mirroring) on my Lenovo Yoga 2pro. During a scan my laptop finds the projector but then never completes the handshake and drops it. After a lot of googling it seems like this is a problem on all the LG projectors and many Lenovo laptops. Not sure why but I tried everything and I have a strong Technical IT background. Thought the wireless mirroring works well on my Samsung Galaxy S9+, I tally would like my laptop to work without wires. That's why I took off a star.

    Overall though I'm very pleased with this projector. I know I'm soon due for a new laptop and now will have to make sure it works with this projector before I buy. I really wish LG would resolve the issue which seems to be ongoing.

    Aug 29, 2018 06:44
  • 9.0score
    Insignia™ - 114" Outdoor Projector Screen - White
    Description

    Captivate your audience with this Insignia 114-inch inflatable outdoor projection screen. The audience viewing area is maximized at an easily-viewed height of 83 inches and width of 115 inches. An included air pump lets you quickly and conveniently set up your screen, and the tie-downs keep it secure in various weather situations. This Insignia 114-inch screen provides a versatile, easy-to-use solution for outdoor presentations.

    3 Features
  • Compatible with most home and business projectors: For versatile use.
  • 114" diagonal screen: Everyone in the room can easily see the movie or presentation.
  • Inflatable Projector Screen: Inflatable screen fully inflates in seconds with the included air pump, and the carrying case lets you easily transport it wherever you go.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by OLSKOOLGAMER, 10 out of 10
    Huge

    This screen is huge! Perfect for backyard movie nights. The motor is really quiet so you can hear your movies with no problem.

    Aug 30, 2019 06:27
  • Review by Lexx, 8 out of 10
    Great Buy

    This was a good investment for movies by our pool. The only down fall is I wish you didn’t have to run the blower the whole time to keep it inflated but the fan isn’t too loud. Great buy, would definitely recommend!

    Jun 20, 2020 19:17
  • Review by way10, 10 out of 10
    We love this screen

    My family had an awesome time with our pop up movie screen.

    Aug 21, 2020 22:34
  • Review by Leidyhdz, 10 out of 10
    Excelente!!!

    We love this screen! Easy ensamble, very good quality.

    Jul 10, 2020 16:02
  • Review by Awrinkleintime, 2 out of 10
    Mkre wrinkles than a rumble strip

    Very disappointed. When i unpacked ecerything the white screen has a lot of creases. Not sure qhy it was folded in the box and not rolled... called customer service about it and they said send it back and we will send another. No answeda as to how to get the creases out. Makes watching movies and sports embarassing

    Oct 23, 2021 18:59
  • Review by EG80, 8 out of 10
    Great screen, should have read description closer.

    We love this for family movie night in the backyard. The only drawback for me is that I thought this would be similar to an inflatable mattress or swimming pool in that once it’s inflated, that’s it, you’re done. However it is more like a bounce house in that the air pump needs to be running the whole time the screen is in use. The pump isn’t too noisy though, so it’s not that big of a deal.

    Aug 23, 2019 15:50
  • Review by Tywaukesha, 8 out of 10
    Good but a little cumbersome

    This screen is portable, however, it is a bit chunky in Th e sense that the actual screen isn’t perfectly flat. Also, there is a screen buckle that was missing upon delivery and I wouldn’t know who to contact about obtaining one.

    Jun 19, 2020 16:41
  • Review by bkbound73, 8 out of 10
    Good outdoor screen

    Good product, easy set-up. However still trying to find a solution to the folds in.the viewimg screen.

    Nov 07, 2021 22:40
  • 9.0score
    Elite Screens - YardMaster2 135" Outdoor Projector Screen - Silver
    Description

    Take entertainment outdoors with this Elite Screens YardMaster2 OMS135H2 135" screen, which features CineWhite 1.1-gain tensioned material with black masking borders for clear, detailed images and rich contrast. The folding design enables fast setup.

    4 Features
  • 135" diagonal screen: With a 66.2"H x 117.7"W viewing area provides a great view for a group.
  • CineWhite 1.1-gain tensioned front-projection material: Provides an ideal projection surface to ensure clear images. Black masking borders enhance contrast.
  • Folding design: With a single-piece frame and lightweight aluminum square-tube construction with detachable T-legs for simple outdoor use.
  • Corner pull-tabs: Along with snap-button attachments make setup quick and easy.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Chris, 10 out of 10
    Overall great screen for outdoor use.

    Set this up for Halloween and overall love the build quality and was fairly easy to setup as a single person. You need to set this up on ground though, this won't work on a driveway as you need to stake it into the ground. The stakes in the ground are complete trash though so buy at least 4 high quality metal stakes, instead of using the cheap plastic ones they came with.

    Oct 24, 2021 19:09
  • Review by Keta, 10 out of 10
    Outdoor screens

    Excellent product for a big screen to enjoy outdoors with family. Have to careful with winds sometimes as the two frames are light construction.

    Aug 09, 2021 11:33
  • Review by charles, 8 out of 10
    good quality

    great screen used for outdoor movie night. good quality

    Oct 09, 2021 12:27
  • Review by JM90, 8 out of 10
    Great Screen

    Great screen the only downfall is the folds in it.

    Jan 02, 2020 19:24
  • Review by Chels, 8 out of 10
    Great outdoor projector screen

    Was nervous about ordering the screen offline, but was very pleased with the outcome. The package not only arrived four days early, but was also double boxed so the screen did not get wet even with the weather conditions being so bad. Can’t wait to put it to use!

    Jul 12, 2019 18:34
  • Review by GRANDMA, 10 out of 10
    PLEASED

    GOOD QUALITY WOOD SUGGEST IT TO A FRIEND LOOKING FORWARD TO WATCHING MOVIES OUTSIDE

    Jun 12, 2020 16:23
  • Review by Soup, 10 out of 10
    Very nice screen

    Able to watch movies outside with the family. Nice

    Jul 08, 2016 18:29
  • Review by A1Customer, 6 out of 10
    Great Screen but...

    I love the screen size and simple set up. The only thing, I received an open item instead of new that I paid for. It was missin the manual, ropes, spikes, screws, etc. Customer service was not helpful in me getting those items. I had to spend another $35 with the manufacturer in order to get the missing items.

    Jun 13, 2020 20:55
  • 9.0score
    Elite Screens - YardMaster2 135" Outdoor Projector Screen - Silver
    Description

    Take entertainment outdoors with this Elite Screens YardMaster2 OMS135H2 135" screen, which features CineWhite 1.1-gain tensioned material with black masking borders for clear, detailed images and rich contrast. The folding design enables fast setup.

    4 Features
  • 135" diagonal screen: With a 66.2"H x 117.7"W viewing area provides a great view for a group.
  • CineWhite 1.1-gain tensioned front-projection material: Provides an ideal projection surface to ensure clear images. Black masking borders enhance contrast.
  • Folding design: With a single-piece frame and lightweight aluminum square-tube construction with detachable T-legs for simple outdoor use.
  • Corner pull-tabs: Along with snap-button attachments make setup quick and easy.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Chris, 10 out of 10
    Overall great screen for outdoor use.

    Set this up for Halloween and overall love the build quality and was fairly easy to setup as a single person. You need to set this up on ground though, this won't work on a driveway as you need to stake it into the ground. The stakes in the ground are complete trash though so buy at least 4 high quality metal stakes, instead of using the cheap plastic ones they came with.

    Oct 24, 2021 19:09
  • Review by Keta, 10 out of 10
    Outdoor screens

    Excellent product for a big screen to enjoy outdoors with family. Have to careful with winds sometimes as the two frames are light construction.

    Aug 09, 2021 11:33
  • Review by charles, 8 out of 10
    good quality

    great screen used for outdoor movie night. good quality

    Oct 09, 2021 12:27
  • Review by JM90, 8 out of 10
    Great Screen

    Great screen the only downfall is the folds in it.

    Jan 02, 2020 19:24
  • Review by Chels, 8 out of 10
    Great outdoor projector screen

    Was nervous about ordering the screen offline, but was very pleased with the outcome. The package not only arrived four days early, but was also double boxed so the screen did not get wet even with the weather conditions being so bad. Can’t wait to put it to use!

    Jul 12, 2019 18:34
  • Review by GRANDMA, 10 out of 10
    PLEASED

    GOOD QUALITY WOOD SUGGEST IT TO A FRIEND LOOKING FORWARD TO WATCHING MOVIES OUTSIDE

    Jun 12, 2020 16:23
  • Review by Soup, 10 out of 10
    Very nice screen

    Able to watch movies outside with the family. Nice

    Jul 08, 2016 18:29
  • Review by A1Customer, 6 out of 10
    Great Screen but...

    I love the screen size and simple set up. The only thing, I received an open item instead of new that I paid for. It was missin the manual, ropes, spikes, screws, etc. Customer service was not helpful in me getting those items. I had to spend another $35 with the manufacturer in order to get the missing items.

    Jun 13, 2020 20:55
  • 9.0score
    Epson - EpiqVision™ Mini EF11 Laser Projector - Black
    Description

    Go Epic! Enjoy an epic viewing experience virtually anywhere with the Epson EpiqVision Mini EF11 Laser Projector. With a built-in high-quality speaker system, this all-in-one projector is the perfect way to watch all your favorite streaming services. Simply hook-up your preferred streaming solution such as an Apple TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, or Android TV to the built-in HDMI port and you’re ready to start streaming your favorite content up to an epic 150" – no screen required. The Epson EpiqVision Mini EF11 Laser Projector takes the complexity out of watching your favorite content anywhere in your home.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn moreEpson home theater projectors.Enjoy an unparalleled big-screen movie or gaming experience.Learn more about Epson’s home theater projector lineup

    10 Features
  • Stunning Picture Quality up to 150”: Delivers an immersive viewing experience for TV shows, sporting events, gaming and movies by accepting content up to 4K – for an amazing Full-HD picture.
  • Ready for Streaming: Connect your preferred streaming solution such as an Apple TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, or Android TV to the built-in HDMI port and you’re ready to start streaming your favorite content – easy!
  • Integrated Dual-Speaker Audio System: The internal configuration includes one speaker for high frequencies and a bass-reflex speaker dedicated to low frequencies for an outstanding audio performance.
  • Elegant Compact Design: Designed with simplicity in mind, the Epson EpiqVision EF11 Mini Laser Projector has a clean, compact, and modern design, allowing you to take it virtually anywhere.
  • Epson MicroLaser™ Array Technology: Unique multi-array laser diode technology produces an exceptional level of brightness while significantly enhancing the black density.
  • Advanced Scene Adaptive Color Correction: Automatic scene-based color correction produces a clear and natural picture – regardless of the content being played.
  • 3-Chip Projector Design: Advanced 3LCD technology displays 100% of the RGB color signal for every frame. This allows for outstanding color accuracy while maintaining excellent color brightness, without any distracting “rainbowing” or “color brightness” issues seen with other projection technologies.
  • Auto Picture Skew Correction: Depending upon how you orient the projector to the wall, the projector will analyze the projected image and correct the vertical geometry of the picture for a beautiful viewing experience.
  • Single HDMI Input: Standard HDMI input for both video and audio.
  • Award-Winning Service & Support: Standard 2-year limited warranty, full-unit replacement, along with free technical phone support for the life of the product.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Rhostam, 8 out of 10
    A wonderfully portable powerhouse of a projector.

    Epson - EpiqVision™ Mini EF11 Laser Projector - Black

    Summary:

    A wonderfully portable powerhouse of a projector.

    Pros:

    * Surprisingly bright even under brightly lit room conditions. Surprisingly so.

    * Up to a 150" projected image with stunning quality.

    * Native 1080p "HD" resolution. Not upscaled 720p.

    * Picture correction actually works pretty well on its own. Sometimes you need to make some manual adjustments. But on the whole, it adjusts the picture correctly accounting for orientation, skew, tilt. Not focus.

    * Price point seems fair for true native HD support and overall quality.

    Cons:

    * Must use remove for everything. There is a single button on the projector. There is a rotating slider that allows you to adjust the focus. But the remote must be used for every other setting. Don't lose it!

    * A retractable lens cover/protector would have been nice.

    * This unit only supports MiraCast. This means no AirPlay which means no instant-sharing stuff from an iOS device. It's pretty annoying and I'm not sure just how big of a con this is. Still, the unit is small enough that you can easily colocate an AppleTV or something next to it without much fuss. I just really think projectors should be able to natively stream stuff or wireless connect to sources other than Miracast. Huge ask, I know and I understand the implications, but no less a bummer.

    Use:

    The principal use for this projector was to watch movies outdoors. However, all of my testings had to happen indoors since it is snowing outside. The indoor tests involved me projecting against a flat textured wall. The image was unbelievably surprising. I wanted to rearrange all of the furniture to possibly make it a permanent fixture in the living room. But I will have to wait and plan that out since my main living display is a 75" LG 4K television. With a project this large, I'm not sure I would "lose" much. I am still impressed.

    Practically, however, since my original use for this is outdoor or spontaneous wall projection, I have to say that the throw distance is pretty large. This means that you do need a substantial distance to get the large display of 100" or more. I just don't have an indoor space that large.

    I tried cartoons, 3D rendered animations and movies. They all looked amazing, even when I projected against brown texture sliding door panels! I also tested the projector without closing the shades or turning off all of the lights. The unit is definitely usable in a brightly natural/ artificially lit room.

    Unfortunately, I can't submit videos or I would show the different lighting conditions, textures, throw, and general performance of the projector.

    I think this is going to be a fine addition to my entertainment arsenal.

    Note:

    For 200$ more you can get HDR support, Auto-Focus, built-in AndroidTV, YAMAHA virtual surround sound, built-in Bluetooth, better skew correction, and up to 4K INPUT resolution.

    I would recommend spending the extra money on the more expensive model if you can.

    Technical specifications:

    You can find these on the product support site, however, for your convenience, I've listed them below:

    Specifications

    Projection System Epson 3LCD Laser

    Chip Design (Architecture) 3-Chip

    Projection Method Front/Rear/Upside Down

    Product Color Black

    Driving Method Poly-silicon TFT active matrix, 0.62"

    Aspect Ratio 16:9

    Native Resolution 1,920 x 1,080

    Compatible with 4:3 Yes

    Color Brightness3 Color Light Output: 1,000 lumens

    White Brightness3 White Light Output: 1,000 lumens

    Contrast Ratio 200,000:1

    Color Reproduction Full-color (up to 16.77 million colors)

    Image Size 30" - 150" (Zoom: Wide)

    Keystone Correction Auto/Manual

    Vertical: +/- 34 degrees (Auto)

    Horizontal: +/- 40 degrees (Manual)

    Color Processing Full 10-bit

    Light Source Type Laser Diode

    Light Source Life 20,000 hours (normal/quiet mode)

    Built-in Speakers 1.5 W (2-way mono)

    Projector Lens

    Type No Optical Zoom/Focus (Manual)

    F-number 2.0

    Focal Length 13.9 mm

    Throw Ratio 1:1

    Other Features

    Color Modes Dynamic, Vivid, Bright Cinema, Natural, Cinema

    Input Signal 1x HDMI (HDCP 1.4)

    Audio Output Signal 1x Stereo Mini

    Operating Temperature 41°- 86°F (5° - 30°C)

    Power Supply Voltage 100 - 240 V AC +/- 10%, 50/60 Hz

    Power Consumption

    ECO Mode: 73 W

    Normal Mode: 102 W

    Fan Noise 22 - 27 dB

    USB Type-A 1x (5 V/2 A power supply, PC Free and

    firmware update)

    USB Type-B 1x mini (for service)

    Security Kensington Lock

    Country of Origin Philippines

    Dimensions (W x D x H)

    Including feet: 6.9" x 6.9" x 2.6"

    Weight: 2.7 lb

    Remote Control

    Features Front directional

    Operating Distance 16.4 ft (5 m)

    Operating Angle

    Right/Left: -30 to +30 degrees

    Upper/Lower: +15 to -15 degrees

    What's in the Box

    EF11 projector, power supply, 1x remote control, 2x AAA

    batteries, Quick Setup Guide

    Dec 17, 2020 20:39
  • Review by Goncho, 8 out of 10
    Easy projection around the house

    >> Summary

    We have been using the Epson EF11 projector for the past few days, moving it around the house with one of our Roku sticks connected to it, and (with some caveats) the overall experience has been very good.

    - Favorable: Small, easy to carry around, great video quality overall.

    - Not-favorable: audio mono, still needs a power cable to run (not truly portable), lacks Bluetooth connectivity, manual focus.

    >> Setup/Configuration

    I unpacked the device, connected the power cable, attached my Microsoft Miracast adapter to it (later on I found out the EF11 already had the screen mirroring capability), put the batteries in the remote, turn the projector on and I was ready to project from my computer and phone.

    Once your device is connected and projecting, you would need to adjust the focus, tilt and Vertical/Horizontal Lens shift. Focus and tilt settings are manual, while Vertical/Horizontal Lens shift is achieved by using the remote.

    >> Connections

    - Wired: 1 HDMI input, 1 USB input and 1 stereo minijack output.

    - Wireless: Screen Mirroring via Miracast.

    I use the USB/HDMI combo to power my Roku stick and project from it. It would have been great that this device included a Roku player in it (I guess its bigger brother EF12 has Android TV in it already). It looks like this is the best configuration to use as it gives smart capabilities to the projector.

    I was not aware of the Screen Mirroring capability and I had my Microsoft Miracast stick connected to it at first, well not anymore, I can project from my laptop as well as from my phone with the built-in Miracast, this is very handy. When connecting to it, though, make sure you use the remote to change the Input to Screen Share as it doesn’t automatically switch to that input.

    >> Video

    I would say that in general the video quality is great; however, I still have mixed feelings with respect its resolution. This device resolution is HD, so projecting with my HD Roku Stick and the bigger Roku 4K player (it seems to do a good job at downgrading to HD from 4K), I can start discerning the pixels when the screen size goes beyond about 60” at a distance of 10’ or so. So be mindful if you are one person who likes high video quality at high refresh rates. Colors are vibrant though, and it looks like the projector does a good job at presenting/adjusting the myriad of colors. Projector is usable at close distance even with a fully lit room. I attached some pictures to the review, but they don’t really pay respect to how vibrant the colors are (fail on my camera taking the pictures). We usually watch nature/science shows and we like to see the finer details in color and texture, no major complaints so far with the Epson EF11.

    >> Sound

    This is one area that I think needs improvement, the audio seems fine for a whole room, but soon one gets tired of the mono audio that comes out of the device. I connected a pair of stereo speakers that make the experience much better. I wish it had Bluetooth capabilities to connect to external speakers, that way I could hook up to any of my good sounding Bluetooth speakers I have and experience a blast of a movie night anywhere in the house (or even outside).

    >> Portability

    If you are looking for a truly portable device, perhaps this is not the one you want. This does not run on rechargeable batteries, so you need to have an outlet or extension to connect the power cable to and make it work. Otherwise, it is a very good device for its size. The other thing is that no matter how portable your device is, you still need a place to put it on, this has been some kind of an issue for us when moving the device around the house, since if there is not already a table or stand near-by I need to carry a stand for it. I am thinking of getting a tripod or something similar to carry with it and make my “portable” experience better.

    Finally, there is always the chance that you are not really looking for a projector to move around the house, but one that is small and imperceptible to be used in your media room. Well, this one could be your solution provided you wire a good set of speakers to it.

    Dec 18, 2020 02:26
  • Review by RAK9008, 10 out of 10
    Small Box, Big Picture

    From the size of the box, I could already tell I was in for a surprise. I am used to projectors that are the size of an encyclopedia, but when I opened the box and removed the shipping wrap, I was really surprised by the entire size of this projector. I would consider it much more portable than your standard projector.

    Set up is simple: plug in the power cord and power brick it has, plug in your HDMI device, turn on the projector and start watching TV or play video games. I hooked this up to my Nintendo Switch in the living room and after some minor adjustments.

    I had an awesome picture on the wall. I was worried about the illumination of the picture during the day since we have floor-ceiling windows and a lot of light bleeds through, but the picture was solid and for a projector, does well with some high-speed gaming (Used Overwatch as a benchmark)

    Having a remote to control all the functions is nice but be aware: There is only one button on the projector, and it is the power button. So, do not lose it!

    The sound was pretty good to, nothing like you would get from a home theater system, but it projects good enough sound for watching TV or playing games.

    This is definitely a projector I would take with me if I was going to be stuck in a hotel for a week since you can’t play games on the hotel TVs… if you’re looking for a small projector with a big and bright picture, definitely consider this for your entertainment needs.

    Dec 24, 2020 20:18
  • Review by Mike, 10 out of 10
    Good picture and easy setup

    This projector is the perfect setup for someone looking for a portable way to create a large image for events. This would be perfect for projecting a movie on the side of your home or wall, using for exercise rooms to create an immersive workout, or as your main home theater projector. Be aware that the is a very limited amount of adjustment from the rear feet to allow for the project to be placed above people and objects, so you may have to place a book under it to get the right angle. This can also be solved by mounting the projector to either a wall or ceiling mounts (mounting holes hidden under the rear feet). The setup is incredibly easy and quick, with a very intuitive remote and the minimal selection of ports offers exactly what you need to get this to work as intended, for HDMI connected devices. The only real drawbacks to this unit are the lack of dust/lens cover and the price difference to the EF12 with built-in WIFI streaming is really not much higher.

    This projector is an excellent value and I would definitely recommend it for for anyone who wants a versatile, lightweight, easy to use projector that is bright enough to work in all but direct sunlight!

    Jan 13, 2021 12:08
  • Review by mstanleynh, 10 out of 10
    Movie Night just went Mobile!

    So I was a bit skeptical when the EpiqVision Mini EF11 Laser Projector was delivered. We were looking for a projector to use around the house, but also something we could take on the road. Well, Epson has certainly created a very mobile high-end projector.

    In the box there is the projector, power cord/brick, a remote and quick setup guide...that's it. My first thought was, jeeze, no HDMI cable. I get it, everyone has a bunch of them at this point, but was still a little surprised. After taking a look through the Quick Setup guide, I grabbed one my Roku boxes and connected it via HDMI cable to the projector. Connected the power cord and turned everything on...voila! It couldn't have been easier. The Roku menu was not a massive image on the bedroom wall, approximately a 150" 1080p screen!

    Picture - In terms of the picture, there is a manual focus adjuster, but very little adjustment seemed to be needed. Even with being projected on to a light cream-colored wall, the picture was still very impressive. If you’re expecting the same output of your 4K TV, you need to set your expectations a bit differently. The output was so impressive, I’ve started construction on a multi-media room with a projection screen to take advantage of the new projector.

    Sound - The sound is one of the less impressive aspects of the system, but is easily overcome by using the headphone jack to connect external speakers. The native audio is a meek 1.5W per channel mono speaker system. There is one speaker for highs and a bass specific used for the lows. The system is serviceable, but most users who are used to modern soundbars/etc. will not be impressed.

    Size – This is one of the highlights of the system, it’s small, very small and light. We plan on taking it on the road and based on its size will be very easy to store without taking up much room. The power brick is actually about 20% of the size of the actual projector.

    Connectivity – There is a single HDMI for connecting to your selected system, I used a Roku box and it was easy to connect and use. There’s also USB-A port for connecting flash drives, cameras, etc. There’s also a headphone jack. Miracast is also supported for casting to the projector.

    Adjusting – there is a full menu for adjusting the picture and audio output. Just a couple of the many available adjustments, the system will correct color and the audio can be set to a number of different listening modes.

    Pros:

    - Portability – this thing is small and light, 4 pounds light.

    - Ease of use – connect your streaming or storage device and turn the system on you’re ready to go!

    - Output – at 1080p the video is crisp and impressive

    - Operational sound – this unit is quiet, it’s not the old science class projector – 27 decibels

    Cons:

    - Audio – Native 1.5W Mono audio

    - Must use remote to operate projector

    Overall the Mini EF11 is super easy to setup and use. The output is very impressive and the unit is very compact and portable. I would certainly recommend it to anyone looking for a projector to use at home or on the road.

    Jan 17, 2021 18:10
  • Review by Mookie, 10 out of 10
    Impressive little powerhouse

    Was not expecting this to be so clear and easy to set up. My sons and my wife were all blown away too. I'm questioning why I've never looked into projection screens before. This machine is lightweight. Focus lever on top makes it easy to focus from any distance. Right now we just have it projected on a wall, painted very light tan. I plan on building a screen for it. There are some great instructional videos online. Playing video games on it is amazing. Never thought I'd be playing Super Mario 64 for Nintendo Switch on my wall! I grew up playing that game on a tube tv. Oh how times have changed.

    PROS:

    clear picture

    mobility

    height adjustment easy to use

    pre-settings for picture quality we found to be best

    sheer size of viewing area

    CONS:

    only 1 HDMI input

    speakers on bottom make for low volume when used on a table or shelf (this will more than likely not be an issue when projector mounted on ceiling)

    Miracast is an option to project phone, seems very archaic for this day and age. Got it to work but very laggy

    Lack of Bluetooth.

    Sunlight or bright room is not ideal for this.

    Purchased UFC Connor McGregor fight for my sons b-day and watched it @ home using this projector. Made wings from the store. Who needs Buffalo Wild Wings!! This product is incredible. Buy it and you will not have any regrets.

    I would def recommend this ,and will more than likely look to Epson when it comes to buying another projection screen.

    Feb 03, 2021 00:38
  • Review by trigun11, 10 out of 10
    awesome

    This projector is the best thing I have used to date I had a older one that was blurry and did not offer any features but this on the other hand is crystal clear it was easy to set up and the picture gets huge 150" to be exact out of box you receive the projector a power block and a remote with batteries included along with a quick setup guide in multiple languages easy setup and crystal clear projection the only con I would say about this projector is it runs pretty hot I'm assuming from the electric it draws from the power block but it does get hot to the touch I would worry about it if using for a prolonged time but if you intend to just watcha movie here or there it should be fine I would just recommend unplugging when finished using “This is a review for the Epson EF-11 Laser Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.”

    Jun 27, 2021 21:34
  • Review by Avish, 10 out of 10
    Great value projector

    This projector lives up to expectations as a true native, good all-around 1080p projector! Setup was simple with an appropriate level of packaging, nice design, and intuitive buttons. Port selection was limited, but truthfully with HDMI , it basically covered all of my devices except my newest USB-c only laptop. On initial startup (and even after running it for a few hours), one great thing I noticed is that the projector is super quiet and doesn't get super hot. This is a problem I've had in the past with previous projectors but I haven't had any issues with this Epson! In regards to image quality, it has great calibration right out the box and things just Pop! The colors are great, the quality is as described, brightness and deep blacks are excellent on even 100+ inch screens. Also the projector has low input lag making it excellent for gaming!

    Overall, this projector suits my needs well. The picture quality is fantastic for the price. I use it to watch TV and movies both indoors and outdoors and it so far has consistently worked great! I've used PC, game console, Roku, and Chromecast inputs so far and have had no issues. In terms of audio, I'm so glad it has a built-in speaker! Although it certainly could be louder and of better quality, seeing it have one at all is great. I do use an external speaker for movies using the aux plug sometimes, but it's definitely not necessary. Overall, you can’t beat the price for the quality, especially from such a trusted brand. If you are expecting to watch TV and movies in the middle of the day or even use the projector as a monitor, this project works perfectly! Would recommend!

    This is a review for the Epson EF-11 Laser Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

    Jun 23, 2021 22:03
  • 8.8score
    Optoma - HD146X High Performance, Bright 1080p Home Entertainment Projector with Enhanced Gaming Mode - Black
    Description

    Embrace the huge-screen cinematic experience with the affordable 3,600 lumens Optoma HD146X 1080p home theater projector. The excellent color reproduction and high-quality 25, 000: 1 contrast ratio ensures images up to 301-inches look incredible for unmatched immersion for movies and gaming. Enhanced Gaming Mode delivers lightning-fast input response times of 16ms, perfect for fastpaced and competitive console or PC gaming. Game Display Mode provides a visual advantage by boosting shadows and dark scenes for greater visibility of impending obstacles. HDMI-Link technology enables control of the projector and connected devices using a single remote, all via the HDMI connection. Up to 15,000- hour lamp life delivers many years of use with minimal maintenance when using Dynamic mode.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn moreOptoma projectors are a clear choice.Check out the lineup and see which projector is right for you.Learn more about Optoma

    16 Features
  • Portable design: Weighing less than 7 pounds in a small form factor, the compact and portable HD146X is easy to take from room to room, and even outdoors.
  • DLP image technology: Offers higher contrast, faster response time, good pixel structure and virtually no color degradation.
  • Accurate Colors: A 6-segment color wheel (RYGCWB) produces accurate color with sRGB & REC.709 color profile
  • ±40° vertical keystone correction: For distortion-free images.
  • 3600 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 25,000:1 contrast ratio: Provides a multitude of shades between black and white for rich color saturation.
  • 1080p (1920 x 1080) native resolution: Creates a sharp, detailed high-definition picture.
  • HDMI input: Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 28" - 301" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • 3.2' - 35' projector distance: Allows flexible placement.
  • 1.47 - 1.62:1 throw ratio range: Reproduces wide images in their correct proportions.
  • Supports a variety of signals: Including 480p, 720p, 1080i, 480i, 576i and 576p for a wide range of compatibility options.
  • 240W lamp: Delivers up to 4,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • 26dB fan noise: Ensures quiet operation.
  • Built-in 3W speakers: Provide crisp sound.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Grant, 6 out of 10
    Great Basic Projector

    Great basic projector, nice and bright. Would like to see more image shift & zoom settings, but I'm sure you get those as you move up in price.

    Only the middle front foot is adjustable.

    I'm using it for an outdoor projector on a 15ft screen. So paired with an adjustable projector stand I'm able to position the projector exactly where it needs to be.

    May 17, 2021 08:48
  • Review by Phani, 10 out of 10
    Great produxt

    Awesome. Good compact for my media room unless you are looking for a 4k projector.

    Oct 05, 2021 13:13
  • Review by FletcherMiller, 10 out of 10
    Great "Entry Level" Projector

    This is my first projector, and I did a lot of online research prior to selecting Optoma as a brand and this particular model, the HD146X. We have used this projector indoors, with a fixed screen, and outdoors with a portable screen. You won't be able to watch this (or any projector) outside in the daylight, but it provides a bright and clear picture in dusk and in a room with some daylight coming through window blinds. With 3600 lumens, watching during the daytime (as long as windows are somewhat covered) works quite well. At night, it looks really, really good. From sports, to movies, to video games, it projects a fantastic, bright, 1080P picture. It's easy to set up and operate, as well. It's not overly heavy, so it is easy to move from inside to outside, like we do.

    A couple of small negatives: (1) the projector, while touting itself as being quiet, is not "whisper quiet" and does put forth a "whirring" noise that you can hear quite audibly if you are sitting close to it; and (2) the built in speaker is NOT what you are going to want to use for anything, as it is not very loud at all, and is drowned out a bit by the noise of the fan/device. What we did is to hook a bluetooth transmitter to the audio out jack on the speaker and send the audio to a huge and powerful bluetooth speaker. With this setup, we have a full movie-theater like experience, and it drowns out the noise of the projector (easily) and is a really fantastic experience. With that setup, for example, we watched Star Wars in our driveway and it was just great.

    Overall, I would highly recommend this projector. I cannot compare it to a 4K projector, or even more expensive projectors generally, but for me, you get a great picture for the money.

    May 12, 2020 17:27
  • Review by Chantte, 10 out of 10
    Projector

    It’s was open box. Excellent condition. Great view, I’m so happy with the purchase. I recommended it open box items. Than you!

    Apr 30, 2021 18:18
  • Review by Spriteguy23, 10 out of 10
    Great!

    Works great! Glad we purchased this to replace our other projector.

    Feb 02, 2021 10:02
  • Review by ValBernardes, 10 out of 10
    Optoma 146 black

    This excellent produt, my family love it .thank you

    Apr 16, 2021 16:12
  • Review by DStar, 6 out of 10
    Introductory level projector

    Decent beginner projector. Definitely not a higher end quality product. That will cost you over $1k.

    Apr 09, 2021 17:10
  • Review by genericNickname, 10 out of 10
    Good item

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    Oct 10, 2020 19:15
  • 8.8score
    Miroir - Surge Series SYNQ 720p DLP Mini Projector - Black
    Description

    Stream HD content anywhere with this Miroir SYNQ mini projector. The powerful LED lamp projects bright, detailed images in native 720p resolution, and a 5W speaker adds accurate audio to your viewing experience. This Miroir SYNQ mini projector offers up to 3 hours of use per charge and includes an AC adapter for battery-free streaming.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    12 Features
  • Portable design: Weighs 2 lbs. for easy transport to meetings, presentations and more.
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • 200 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 300:1 contrast ratio: Provides a multitude of shades between black and white for rich color saturation.
  • 1280 x 720 resolution: Delivers crisp, detailed high-definition images.
  • HDMI input: Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 1.2:1 throw ratio range: Reproduces wide images in their correct proportions.
  • Supports a variety of signals: Including 720p and 1080p for a wide range of compatibility options.
  • LED lamp: Delivers up to 20,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • Built-in 5W speaker: Provide crisp sound.
  • 3 hours battery life: Usable in places with no access to power outlet.
  • 3.5 mm audio out: Expands the entertainment capabilities of your device.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Aaronxx7, 8 out of 10
    a very good portable projector

    The key word here is portable.This little device can provide up to 3hrs of use per full charge, but can also be left plugged in for longer viewings. The 200 lumens is just good enough to still be able to be seen in a lit room, but best viewed in low to no light situations.The native resolution is 720p , but can still handle inputs of up to 1080p. There are no built in wireless features for this projector, so the only type of input is through the single HDMI port.However, you can plug in virtually any kind of streaming device to provide the wireless features, like screen mirroring and video casting. There is one USB input, to provide power to the streaming device( The USB port is not capable of being used as an input).The projector is actually pretty good at displaying a proportionate image at any screen size up to 80". I have included pictures of the same image at different screen sizes. The pictures show virtually no difference in quality. Because the native resolution is only 720p, small letters and tiny details seem a little blurry, no matter the focus, but the overall picture is very acceptable, especially for such a small portable device. The sound is even quite good. It sounds just as good as a full size tv, no complaints there.

    Automatic features include screen size and keystoning. The projector auto fits the screen size based on the distance the projector is from the wall or screen used. Keystoning is more of a skew correction feature. When a projector is not lined up perfectly perpendicular with it's media or screen, the resulting image is skewed at the top or bottom of the image, creating a trapezoid of the viewing images. Automatic keystone features correct this distortion usually through software, and returns the image to a rectangle. This works pretty good on this projector under normal angles, but exaggerated angles will still result in a skewed image.

    To get any desired screen size, just place the projector the screen size desired plus approximately 10 added inches away from the media. For example if you want the 80" image, place the projector about 90" from your screen or wall.

    The display is actually DLP technology ( Digital Light Processor), which has some advantages over other display technologies. They usually have better contrast and color retention, and require less maintenance, and better suited for portable designs. The light source on this projector is actually LED which overcomes the short bulb life of typical DLP projectors, and provides an estimated 20,000 hours of use (10x that of older DLPs).

    Overall this is a very good portable projector,( if the resolution was just a little higher, it would have been perfect). There are a lot of other options out there for non-portable designs with greater lumens, higher definitions, and better features, but for the price and purpose of this projector it really is a great choice.

    Jan 04, 2020 12:43
  • Review by Amag, 10 out of 10
    Great mini projector

    Works great. I highly recommend this to anyone looking to start off with a mini projector. Only downside I would say a that it needs to be almost really dark for it to be visible.

    Jun 14, 2020 19:11
  • Review by teasten, 10 out of 10
    Wow! Best Mini DLP Project EVER!

    Wow! Seriously, an Owen Wilson WOW! The Miroir SYNQ 720p has blown me away. I am use to portable projectors being huge but not this. It's shorter than a bottle of Dasani (see picture). The photos on Best Buy don't do justice to how small and portable the Miroir SYNQ 720p.

    I have never heard of Miroir before getting this projector but I am impressed with what they have done. Picture quality is amazing. Even in a well lit room. I was able to get the promised 80"+ picture size with no distortion or artifacts. I would recommend you use a trip to get the best position for your home theater night. Yes, the Miroir SYNQ 720p includes a mount for a standard tripod. FYI, there's a little front foot stand for more business-like purposes.

    The Miroir SYNQ promises 720p output. I managed to get 1080p on my Roku. See photo. I don't know if I just got lucky or what but the 1080p output was flawless and I ran the test a few times. Even at 720p there have been no complaints on picture quality. The Miroir SYNQ 720p auto keystones - making sure your picture is a proper rectangle. Focus is manual using a dial on the side and there was no issue quickly getting focus.

    Audio quality from the inbuilt speaker is pretty impressive and packs a decent punch. There is an audio out cable if you want to plug in external audio. The Miroir SYNQ 720p doesn't have bluetooth put you could pick up a Bluetooth transmitter) if you wanted to connect it to your home theater (the sort of dongle that plugs into the audio jack.

    One of the things I love about the Miroir SYNQ 720p is that they haven't added any other software. It's designed to be used with a streaming stick. LOVE this because you don't end up with a device with unsupported software, the Miroir SYNQ 720p is basically as up to date as whatever USB stick you put in the back. Design wise, Miroir have made it so the streaming stick all packs in neatly under the cover giving everything a completely cordless look (see photo). The cover then clips in place and you have a compact unit you can take anywhere. I can fit my Roku easily under the cover and I am confident the projector would have no issue with a Chromecast.

    I haven't even mentioned yet that the Miroir SYNQ 720p also runs on battery as well as external power. On battery with audio on I was able to get a full movie (Spider Man Far From Home) with no low battery issues. FYI there's no brightness adjustment. I don't think the Miroir SYNQ 720p auto adjusts brightness, it seems to have one standard setting but it's always perfect even in daylight with lights on.

    What's in the box.

    - Miroir SYNQ 720p

    - power cable

    - short HDMI cable

    My only wish and (I didn't deduct any stars) is that they also included a carry case).

    There's so much to be impressed with on the Miroir SYNQ 720p. Seriously you don't need to over think this. It's a perfect portable DLB projector and the best value I have seen in a long time. I would never consider any other projector again..

    Dec 31, 2019 07:13
  • Review by Benb, 10 out of 10
    Way better than I was expecting

    So I realized I am a snob when it comes to numbers. I read 720p and I'm thinking, "oh, that's not so great, almost unusable" But i was dead wrong. I love this thing. I found a wall big enough to have the entire 80" available and put a football game on, it was awesome. Now all I need is a portable screen and i'll never have to deal with the tiny 40" TV at my parent in laws again (It's in a giant room to be fair)!

    This isn't the brightest project, but it's also by far not the least bright, 200 lumens is better than I figured it would be, I'm used to looking at 5000 lumens or greater for projects at work. So if you are planning on using this in a fully lite classroom type of room, it probably isn't the one you want. In home lighting it works pretty decent and if you turn off a few lights it looks absolutely awesome. I'll include some pictures to hopefully show the difference but i'm not sure how good they'll show the difference. The speakers on this are decent, definitely loud but not full. They work in a pinch or for general taking like YouTube videos. I plugged a chromecast into the back and that is a pretty awesome setup, I even mounted it on a camera tripod (it has the screw hole thing) which worked even better as it kept it out of reach of my crawler. The inputs include a DC input (wish they would've had a usb c charger instead) , usb, audio jack, and hdmi port. And yes the chromecast works perfectly being powered off of that usb. Another nice feature is, besides needing to be lined up to where you want the image, it figures the rest out; so there are only e buttons: power, volume up, and volume down. and the focus scroll of course I couldn't ask for something better.

    Pros:

    Self correcting image

    Battery powered (lasts several hours)

    Can mount on a camera tri-pod

    80" image is clear

    small but sturdy

    can run all day without crashing

    Speakers are loud

    Cons

    Charger isn't USB C

    Speakers can be tinny at full volume.

    Overall I love this device and would recommend this without reservation.

    Jan 05, 2020 21:36
  • Review by CharlyOscar, 10 out of 10
    The Little Engine that Could!

    This little puppy is a gem! Good brightness, clear picture. Auto keystone. For a road warrior that has to present in various venues this is a great little 'tool' that sets up easy, throws a descent amount of light, and the sound is pretty good. Remember it's not a Home Theater Projector, but the display is pretty darn good. Perfect for those PP presentations. After the work is done you can stream your favorite shows on any flat lightly covered surface. I was able to expand out to 84" diagonal with great results. After that it seemed you loose in brightness and clarity more than you gain. I was able to get roughly 2 hrs 22 min on the first full charge. Attached photo for reference; display size is 84 inches on a 120 inch screen.

    Jan 03, 2020 11:38
  • Review by Hmirza, 10 out of 10
    GOOD THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES

    Let me start of my saying that this is an amazing little projector. It packs a punch in both sound and picture quality. Honestly when i first received the projector i was not expecting much from the little guy, but it surprised me. The sound quality on this projector is amazing. We had to turn the sound down a couple of time because of how loud it got at times. The sound quality is crisp and clear, so for sound two thumbs up. Now, the picture quality for a 720p projector is not bad at all. i hooked up the projector at my brothers house who didnt have a screen to project on so we just used his basement wall as you can see in the photo, and you know what i was truly impressed. i honestly love this projector and would recommend it.

    Dec 28, 2019 00:50
  • Review by sollyp, 10 out of 10
    I love this little projector

    I really wanted a portable projector for the longest time. The Miroir SYNQ projector did not disappoint!

    The unboxing experience was pleasant. It came with a power adapter and an HDMI cable. The first thing that I noticed was how small it was. It really is small. I was really curious as to what kind of image such a small projector could make. More on that later. The design is really simple. It has three buttons on the top, a power button and two volume buttons. There is a focus dial on the side. If you remove the back/bottom panel, you will see the charger port, a reset button, an audio out, HDMI, and USB port. There is a front stand that you can pop out to get a better angle. This foot stand was really unnecessarily hard to pop out.

    I really think that this is an understated design. It is designed so that you can plug in a streaming stick for a truly wireless experience. I plugged in my Chromecast to the HDMI and powered it using the USB. Once you put the panel back on, you have a portable and wireless media device.

    Now on to the picture quality. This thing is absolutely amazing. I am amazed with the picture quality. The 720p picture is crisp. The focus is manual using the dial. There is an auto keystone function, meaning it will make sure that your picture is a rectangle no matter the angle that you put the projector. This function wasn’t perfect. Sometimes it was annoying as it took more than a couple tries to get it to work. Now the biggest weakness is the brightness. At only 200 lumens, it doesn’t hold its own in a well-lit room. In a dark room, the picture was perfect. I was able to get the 80” picture but I preferred the crispness and brightness with smaller picture sizes.

    The audio quality is simply amazing. I was not expecting much but it completely exceeded expectations. It was loud enough that I did not feel I needed an external audio source.

    Battery life was great. I got around the advertised 3 hours. It charged pretty quickly. You can also use it with the power adapter plugged in. There was no difference in brightness and picture quality when it is plugged in vs. battery power.

    They really cut out a lot of things with this projector. There are not really any settings that you can control outside of the volume. No brightness, contrast, mode, and sharpness adjustments. It really is plug in streaming stick/HDMI and play. You get what you see. That may be a deal breaker for some.

    Pros:

    Small and portable

    Design allows streaming stick to be unseen

    Good picture quality

    Auto-keystone

    Good audio quality that can get loud

    Good battery life

    Cons

    Low brightness

    No controllable settings

    All in all, there is a lot to like with this projector. It has a great design that allows for a truly wireless and portable experience without any sticks or ports sticking out. With a lot of options out there, I really think the Miroir M189 holds its own.

    Jan 03, 2020 22:03
  • Review by Quincy0980, 10 out of 10
    Great for outdoor shows or on a wall

    I picked up this projector and wow does it have a great picture for a small unit. It has a USB and HDMI inputs and an mini jack for audio output. It also has an internal speaker for movie sound. You have to make sure the projector is aimed straight at the screen because their is no lens shift. On the side of the projector is a focus wheel to focus the picture on the screen. The picture is clear and bright for a darkened room and does a very good job. This is not a videophile grade projector but is great fun for family movie night in or out doors!

    Dec 27, 2019 15:59
  • 8.8score
    Vankyo - Leisure 3W Wireless Mini Projector - White
    Description

    VANKYO Leisure 3W Mini Projector is an incredible 1080P supported projector, ideal for your home theater and outdoor activities. With advanced screen mirroring, it enables wireless screen sharing from IOS or Android devices.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    5 Features
  • Wireless Mini Projector: Bring accessibility, affordability and wireless freedom to your home. With a special portable design for home entertainment, the video projector enables screen sharing from IOS or Android devices wirelessly.
  • Stunning Entertainment Experience: With 50ANSI Lumen brightness, an optimum projection screen from 33” to 176” and a video projection distance that can vary from 3.28ft to 18.04ft, This Incredible 1080p supported projector is ideal for your home theater and outdoor activities.
  • Compact Connectivity: The Leisure 3W is a portable project and is compatible with Chromecast, PC, laptop, Xbox, TF card, IOS or Android devices, and more. The enhanced multimedia projector features a variety of choices for you to enjoy games, movies, TV series or photos.
  • Low Noise and Advanced Cooling System: Equipped With a breakthrough fan noise suppression system as well as an innovative cooling system with heat dispersion, VANKYO Ultra-quiet Video Projector provides exceptional, color-rich performance and immersive images you can’t get from a flat-panel TV.
  • 1 Year Warranty and Professional Support: VANKYO provides 1-year free repair, professional customer service and technical support. Please feel free to contact with VANKYO Support Team if you have any question.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Pily, 8 out of 10
    GREAT for College Students!

    This speaker works wonders if you are in a small room! The quality is good, exactly like a 4/5 stars. When working, the projector makes a small loading sound, like a computer does. I have not been able to figure out some aspects mentioned in the main characteristics but I’ll make it work. I would definitely recommend it to college students that cannot afford or don’t have the space for a TV!

    * Best Buy College Crew members receive products to write honest, unbiased reviews. Reviewers have been provided products free of charge and may have received nominal compensation.

    Oct 26, 2021 10:55
  • Review by Otaku, 8 out of 10
    Works great for the price

    It works awesome great picture quality. Speakers are descent and connects to the laptop the only problem is it won't connect to Android but other then that it's awesome.

    Aug 13, 2020 10:42
  • Review by Arv2021, 10 out of 10
    Awesome value for money

    Bought it just 2 days back so the review is based on that. My 7 year old just loved it... we have had 2 movie nights already.

    Apr 18, 2021 12:30
  • Review by Robert, 10 out of 10
    VANKYO

    My first Vankyo projector purchase. I was very surprised on the quality for its price and very easy to set up. I prefer connecting to my Xbox versus my personal phone. USB , audio and HDMI outputs Very affordable versus buying a big screen but it’s your preference. My reason for buying a projector was for new movie releases and series. Since I won’t be going to theaters any time soon.

    Jan 17, 2021 18:48
  • Review by KitT, 10 out of 10
    Super fun for the price.

    For the price, I think this is super fun. I’m just using it in my bedroom, with a fire stick hooked up to it. It comes with YouTube but it did not show a picture when I tried to cast Netflix from my iPhone.

    Aug 07, 2021 12:51
  • Review by NickizSick, 10 out of 10
    Best budget projector

    A great projector for the price. Definitely the best at this price range. Is it top of the line no. Does it get the job done yes! Even when. It’s a bit sunny still crisp image and great little bedroom small projector

    Jun 06, 2021 18:39
  • Review by Anonymous, 8 out of 10
    Great for camping or watching outside

    Bought this projector for my mom for Mother’s Day to take on rv camping trips. She used it for the first time and sent me a pic of it. For 100 bucks (when I bought it) it has a good enough picture and can get pretty big with a loss of quality. Also mirrors your android( depending on your android) and all Apple phones perfectly. Even has wifi capability to watch YouTube on. In the picture the wind was really bad so they just showed it on the tv itself.

    Jun 28, 2021 19:21
  • Review by rzare, 10 out of 10
    Excellent budget projector

    Really great simple budget projector, perfect for movie rooms, living rooms, outdoors, and works with screens or blank walls just fine. Excellent color and brightness, works with some lights on, though I had to put up curtains to block out sunlight, which was way too bright. The fan is not very noisy and is actually quieter than the laptop I've been using to project video. Just plug in the HDMI cable and it works. A little bit of blur at the edges if using the keystone to project at an angle, but it's fine for TV.

    Jul 19, 2021 12:02
  • 8.4score
    Miroir - Micro Pro Projector M125 480p DLP LED Portable Projector - Black
    Description

    The M125 Micro Projector features 2 internal 1W speaker for amazing built-in sound, 2 hour battery, and LED lamp for 20,000 hours of projecting time. Connect with your own speakers and headphones for an even bigger surround sound experience. When charged, the Micro Pro also works as a battery backup for your mobile device and source for powering your streaming stick. Compact and portable, the M125 will quickly become a best friend to all your devices! “I wish I had a way to view this bigger…” From family pictures, movies and gaming, the M125 Micro Pro Projector is a mini pocket projector that delivers vivid images as large as 50” inches in dark spaces. Bring it with you wherever you go and easily connect it to your mobile device, tablets, and streaming sticks for on-the-go entertainment. Featuring Texas Instruments DLP technology, the M125 is the perfect way to view your favorite content on a big screen whenever you want! Ultra-portable mini projector, up to 2 hour battery with 2 one watt speakers or 3.5mm jack to add your own bigger external speakers. The Micro Pro can be easily connected to streaming media players like Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV stick, Roku, Roku Streaming Stick, or Google Chromecast. You can also share streaming content from your phone or tablet with applications on your device like Netflix, Hulu and YouTube.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    9 Features
  • Portable Design: Weighs just 7 oz. for easy transport to meetings, presentations and more.
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • 100 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • LED lamp: Up to 20,000 hours of projecting time
  • Built In Battery: Usable in places with no access to power outlet for up to 2 hours of projecting.
  • Built In Speakers: Two 1W speakers; audio out jack (3.5mm)
  • Up to 70” screen: share anywhere (in semi-dark spaces)
  • HDMI Input: Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • USB out port: Can be used to charge your device while presenting
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by dnottingham4, 8 out of 10
    A 50" Video Screen that Fits in your Pocket!

    The Miroir – M125 480p Micro Pro Projector is a surprisingly good LED Based, battery, operated portable, DLP Projector. This projector fits a few niche use-cases – travelers, traveling presenters, presenters, office use, and van lifers. The M125 is a feature-rich and well thought our projector for these cases and is supported by the device’s size and has a couple of nice surprises included.

    While this device is intended for use with Mobile devices, laptops, gaming consoles, and streaming devices, it can be used with any device you can adapt to an HDMI output.

    I have a somewhat unique perspective on projectors because over the last few years my wife and I have moved away from TVs to projectors with streaming devices as our TVs. Instead of spending $1,000 or more on a TV, we spend less than $600, get a much larger screen with excellent quality images and decent sound – enough for us anyway. Currently, we are running 3 projectors in this fashion and have a variety of devices and configurations – our primary system is a 1080p projector with a 5.1 Surround sound attached, the secondary system is a 780p system with a soundbar setup, and the 3rd one is a 1080p LED-based, battery-powered, portable projector with a TV tuner.

    You can watch a video review of this device at https://youtu.be/6BFjDXCvpSQ

    The rest of this review will occur in 3 parts – Tech Specs and features, Usage Impressions, and pros/cons:

    Tech Specs

    While the tech specs of the Miroir M125 may not impress all projector aficionados, in use, this projector has surprisingly excellent specifications for its niche and price point. Let us dive into the technical specifications. First – this is NOT a FULL HD projector – it is a 480p projector with an 854x480p native resolution, a 400:1 contrast ratio, and is rated at 100 lumens – which means it needs to be in a slightly darkened room. The projector specifications state it can project up to a 70” screen size with a throw ratio of 1.2. This means to get a 70” Screen diagonal, you will need to be about 5.1 feet away from the screen. Second, this projector is a LED lamp DLP projector with a lamp life of up to 20,000 hours – which equates to 2500 days with 8 hours of usage per day (not the typical use case for this device) assuming you made it to the full lamp life – that is nearly 7 years! The projector contains a 2-hour built-in rechargeable battery. Rounding out the specifications the devices has 2 1-watt speakers, a 3.5 mm audio out port, a DC in port (micro USB), HDMI, and a USB charging port, a tripod mount, and weighs in at 7 oz.

    The front of the unit has the projection lens and a cooling vent, the left side of the unit contains the manual focus wheel, the right side has the power and volume controls, the rear of the unit has all of the input and output ports. The bottom of the unit has the ¼” Tripod mounting hole.

    Usage Impressions

    I have to say that being a fan of projectors, I was very skeptical about this projector and its 100-lumen rating. In use, however, I am very impressed with is capabilities. The screen is suitably bright and works well in slightly dimmed or darker lighting conditions at decent throw distances. The battery life was spot on at the two-hour rating and when reached the projector performed a nice shutdown. I also tested the unit plugged in and over a 3 – 4-hour testing session the battery did not lose any charge level on the battery indicator. For a 1W+1W system, the audio performed very nicely with only a slight bit of tinny-ness that low-powered speakers tend to have. The 3.5 mm audio output also gives you great options to connect to external speaker systems.

    Using the projector with my laptop and a streaming device as the primary tests, the unit performed well. During the laptop test, the downscaling from the laptop’s high-resolution setting to 480p did reveal issues with the text fonts being garbled. For presentations and video, there were no issues. A nice feature of this system is the USB port of the device uses the internal battery of the unit to power a streaming stick. The manual focus of the device works well but it does have a fine range at each throw distance.

    In my opinion, this device is well suited to many uses cases where one may need to project something as part of their work or personal life. Since the unit does not actually require a fully darkened room, it could be easily used in shaded outdoor settings or slightly dimmed inside locations to show presentations when and where a projector or a tv is not available for use. Another outstanding use case is for travelers – this device and a streaming stick can make for a very nice travel addition. Another use case for this device is camping (van lifers included) as the short throw distance and lighting requirements of this device match that of a camper or van being used as a camper or home.

    Overall, I have found this device to be a wonderful surprise and useful addition to my family of projectors.

    Pros: Features/Capabilities (Battery, USB charging port), Portability, Quality, Performance

    Cons: Battery-life could be a bit longer.

    Aug 08, 2020 17:21
  • Review by AllAboutTech, 10 out of 10
    Great projection option for many situations

    Verdict: This projector is very small but delivers decent performance and fantastic ease of use, all for a great price. We plan to use this for business purposes and for leisure, both at home and while traveling.

    First impressions. Wow it’s small!! It’s unbelievable that such a small device can be a projector. It’s very light. There are no moving pieces. Only essential buttons are included.

    Features. This small projector includes two integrated speakers, internal rechargeable battery power, 100 lumens bulb, and HD resolution. The projector has physical buttons for power, volume, and focus. It also has USB and HDMI connectors. It has an audio input (3.5 mm), and a micro USB connector for charging. Lastly, it also has a small treaded hole on the underside, perhaps to screw onto a tripod?

    Performance. In general, 100 lumens is not fantastic, but it is sufficient for many situations. Considering the size and price of this device, 100 lumens is very respectable. In a dark room, it is plenty strong to project a good image at a significant distance and to a pretty large size. See the attached picture, the screen size is much bigger than the couch, and this is from 15ft away from the wall. In medium light, the projector will have to be closer to a wall or screen to get a good image. In a bright room, this projector will not be useful unless you just need a small image projected from a short distance from a wall or screen. The internal rechargeable battery works well and provides over 2 hours of power without plugging-in, which is fantastic! The 1W speakers are not loud, but very convenient if you need some sound in a pinch.

    Usage. The small size of this device opens so many possibilities. We have already used this projector to watch a movie on the ceiling, just over our bed! We have also used it in a small conference room to project something on a wall. And lastly, the kids will use it outdoors to watch a movie, projecting onto a white bed sheet.

    Things I love.

    - 100 lumens is very respectable for the size and price.

    - Integrated speakers, nice!

    - Decent definition (480p)

    - Perfectly quiet

    Things I don’t love.

    - I wish it had a sliding lens cover. Something this small and with battery power will undoubtedly be used on the road. A lens cover would provide scratch and damage projection for the lens

    - A retractable kickstand would be nice to prop up the projector to the correct angle

    - Include a padded travel pouch. A pouch is ALWAYS worth it, even if you raise the price of the item by $5

    - Is there a way to project what is on my iPad or iPhone? I am still figuring out, but that would be the ultimate portable setup

    Overall, this is a versatile and capable travel projector. We absolutely love it. My wife and I will use it for work, and our kids already fight over it to use it in their room when they have sleepovers. The small size, ease of use, and internal battery power means that anyone can use it anywhere. I highly recommend it.

    Aug 05, 2020 16:04
  • Review by veritech13, 8 out of 10
    Powerful little Projector but limited!

    I had a chance to use the m125 projector and I have to say I was very pleasantly surprised. The projector is extremely compact and fun to use!

    The quality of the build feels very sturdy. I was expecting a cheap feeling device as I was not familiar with the brand. The projector feels sturdy and has a nice weight to it. It does not feel like a cheap plastic feel.

    The set up is very simple, pretty much plug and play, I used the hdmi connection. I then chose the duplicate display on the windows settings and the image transferred over to the projector.

    The quality of the video is 480p and it pretty much down converts your video signal. It does not display the sharpest image quality but it is 480p so you can't knock it for displaying good 480p quality. The speaker isn't bad, it is louder than I thought especially for such a small device. The fan is a little loud so it is highly recommended to plug it intoa powered speaker. I suggest powered speaker because otherwise it will drain the battery. The projector life is a litle over 2hrs, I average 2:15minutes. The brightness was amazing, I truly didn't expect it to be that bright, as long as the room is dark the image pops off the wall. I had an 85 inch screen projected and it was very vibrant, a little pixilated, but the colors were bright. The LED lamp does a great job!

    I definitely recommend it for a cheaper alternative to a projector, if all you want is a large screen for entertainment and not focused and image sharpness.

    A downside I experienced is a ljittery, staggered movement when the image displayed was fast moving sequences such as a ocean waves, a fight scene. It looked the processor in the projector had a difficult time keeping up. It didn't happen frequently but when it did it was distracting.

    Overall a cool projector to pull out on a trip when the cool factor of a large screen is more important than having HD quality video.

    Aug 11, 2020 00:01
  • Review by TechBuyer, 10 out of 10
    Great Gadget for the Office or Outdoors

    The Miroir M125 Projector at first doesn’t seem that impressive. It’s only 480p resolution after all, but when you actually hold and use the device its actually quite amazing and makes you wonder all the possibilities with this device.

    The box comes with pretty much everything you need to get started, a usb plug charger, micro-usb cable, and a full-sized HDMI cable. The M125 also has an internal battery with a meter that shows charge level from 1 to 4 blue dots. The documentation states 2 hours of usage on a full charge which is roughly the same amount of time as most movies, but you could probably run this projector all night if you used a simple battery charger pack. You can also use a USB-A connector to power a small handheld device like a phone or tablet while using it to project content.

    Some really cool possibilities with this projector and a phone or tablet:

    1) Camping and watching a movie without needing to lug around a TV or generator.

    2) Impromptu movie nights, sleep overs or sporting events in the back yard, deck, swimming pool, basement etc.

    3) Office or sales presentations where you don’t have a TV or projector available.

    You just need a wall or white screen to project against!

    There are also built-in speakers that are decently loud, but you can also connect to external speakers via 3.5mm mini-plug. Also, there’s a small internal fan that spins up to keep the bulb cool. High quality build with nice metal buttons.

    The only minor knock on this projector is small text is interpolated and hard to read being scaled down to 480p from 1080p. Large text is fine, but any fine text is hard to read. Also, for Apple devices you will need to purchase a somewhat expensive $50 Lightning to AV HDMI adapter. Most other devices have cheaper USB or USB-C to HDMI adapters that work extremely well. It would’ve also been nice if it included a small nylon case for the projector and all accessories.

    I can’t wait to get one of the Apple adapters, it will be great to watch movies or YouTube anywhere with my iPhone or iPad. Great device, if they ever get to 1080p or better it’ll be even better!

    Aug 05, 2020 20:08
  • Review by FlightMedic, 4 out of 10
    NOT a Pro Projector

    While Miroir may have opted for the Micro Pro Projector name, the M125 is far from being a professional level device.

    Before I explain, let's start with what's in the box. In addition to the M125 projector you will find the standard quick start guide, USB cord and power brick, and HDMI cable. While there isn't much of a learning curve on using this device, don't look to the included guide, or even the Miroir site for any help. You won't find it. Registering for a Miroir account provided no additional information either. The user product support is severely lacking. I found nothing on how to troubleshoot, how to replace the bulb, or even what type of bulb or where to purchase one.

    Why Miroir opted for the "pro" designation with this projector is beyond me. I found nothing to remotely justify the naming. The only controls you have with the M125 are volume and focus. That's it. None of the features you would expect in a professional level device exist on this projector. I will point out some of what I consider to be missing essentials.

    First, there are no adjustments or "legs" to control the angle height. To do this you will need to place the projector on a surface at the height needed. However, this device can be attached to a tripod.

    There is no keystone correction option available either. Again, you will have to physically move or prop the device to obtain a proper viewing angle. This projector really needs to be level, centered, and pointing directly at the viewing surface. Otherwise I found there to be quite a bit of angle distortion.

    There is no sliding lens cover as found in higher-end devices. This means you can't "pause" your presentation or create a black screen. You will need to place a paper, cloth or other covering over the lens to obtain these results.

    I could find no documentation anywhere indicating how many lumens this product outputs. There are no brightness controls or color correction. The brightness of this device is not good at all. You will not be able to see the picture if attempting to use this in even dimly lit rooms. The room will need to be very, very low-light.

    You are limited to having input from a single HDMI source. While there is a USB port, it does not support video input.

    There is no bluetooth support or connection available on the M125 projector. There is a 3.5mm audio jack, and audio can be sent via HDMI.

    The audio output from the 1W internal speakers is surprisingly loud. While a bit tin-like at higher levels, you'll have no problem projecting sound in a small to mid-sized room. The volume rockers on the side work well, but I did notice a large jump in volume between the lower levels.

    I connected to the M125 using a MacBook Air. Initially only my background displayed, no desktop and no audio. I had to go into system preferences and change the video settings to mirror, and the audio to the projector speakers. Once completed, I had no issues. The audio sync was spot on with the video. As I mentioned earlier, using in a low light room did not produce good results, and in a well-lit room the video was nearly invisible. However, in a room with no windows and only ambient light the picture was clear and the focus adjustment worked very well.

    There is an internal battery which is a nice feature. Miroir indicates an approximate two-hour battery life and I received just over that time. There are battery level indicator lights on the top of the device to gauge remaining time.

    This projector has a long, long way to go before it earns the "pro" designation. This will not be my go-to projection device, however given the very small form factor and solid-build quality, I will take this along as my backup projector. It is small, compact, and easy enough to toss in a bag.

    I have a hard time recommending this device as-is. I'm sure there are some who may find this fits their needs, but for me, this is barely an entry-level device. The lack of controls, inputs, and adjustments makes this a device I just cannot get behind.

    Jul 31, 2020 17:37
  • Review by Mariogamer64, 10 out of 10
    Mini projector

    Connected so easily and works great. Was able to project any kind of animation.

    Nov 05, 2021 18:03
  • Review by Nans, 10 out of 10
    Great use

    It’s great use for the outdoors and if you want to play video games on it

    Nov 07, 2021 21:37
  • Review by broncobill1964, 8 out of 10
    First projector

    Paid $250 but ended up getting $50 back after it went on sale. Works pretty good. First projector we have ever bought. Got if for our daughter to take. Ack to college.

    Jan 01, 2021 17:06
  • 8.4score
    Optoma - GT1080HDR Short Throw Gaming Projector with Enhanced Gaming Mode for 1080p 120Hz, Support for 4K Input - White
    Description

    Game like a pro with this Optoma short throw Full HD projector. The 8.4 ms response time minimize motion blur, streaking and ghosting for high-quality visuals in the battlefield or on the race track, and the 10W speakers produce powerful sound for an immersive gaming experience. This Optoma short throw Full HD projector has HDMI and VGA ports for connecting various devices.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn moreOptoma projectors are a clear choice.Check out the lineup and see which projector is right for you.Learn more about Optoma

    16 Features
  • Portable design: Weighs 7.72 lbs. for easy transport to meetings, presentations and more.
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • High dynamic range (HDR) creates a more realistic picture: HDR technology expands the contrast and color range of the pixels on your projector to reveal a better, brighter, more colorful image. The picture quality is noticeably more natural.
  • ±40° vertical keystone correction: For distortion-free images.
  • 3800 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 50,000:1 contrast ratio: Provides a multitude of shades between black and white for rich color saturation.
  • 1080p (1920 x 1080) native resolution: Creates a sharp, detailed high-definition picture.
  • Dual HDMI inputs: Make it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 36.2" - 308" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • 1.3' - 11.3' projector distance: Allows flexible placement.
  • 0.50:1 throw ratio range: Reproduces wide images in their correct proportions.
  • Supports a variety of signals: Including 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i, 576i and 576p for a wide range of compatibility options.
  • 245W lamp: Delivers up to 4,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • 26dB fan noise: Ensures quiet operation.
  • Built-in 10W speaker: Provides crisp sound.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by ddubdub21, 10 out of 10
    Great projector, great picture, easy to set up!

    The picture of this projector is very clear and bright. I can use it with the lights on in a basement room with one full size window and that is with the lamp in Eco mode. The speaker is adequate if you have a quiet room and I am amazed how quiet the fan is. I had it running for a couple hours the other night and never once heard the fan.

    The menu options are plenty even the fine tuning of the colors to get the best picture. I have used a Roku, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia on it and all look good. There is no noticeable lag while playing Mario Kart, Smash Bros, Tomb Raider, Grid (racing game), or any other games we played.

    The only time I can see that it's 1080p (by seeing the pixels) is on a sill menu like the Roku home menu I can see some pixels if i look closely, but that's also because the projection is about 7 feet tall.

    This is a great projector for the money and I would definitely recommend it as a first projector.

    Nov 19, 2020 10:56
  • Review by KBOH, 10 out of 10
    This is a great short throw projector

    it didn't really say it but it's a short throw projector. Awesome image quality and ability to adjust the settings. There is a digital zoom but no optical.

    Sep 18, 2020 20:04
  • Review by greatcase, 10 out of 10
    Excellent purchase.

    I love it! The image looks great, nice colors. It is just what I needed

    Oct 14, 2021 09:56
  • Review by Rich, 10 out of 10
    Unbelievably Nice and Bright! Built for Business!

    This projector is AMAZING! I chose the gt1080hdr because of the 3800 Lumens and Short Throw capabilities. I do a lot of business presentations involving various media, and this has SURPASSED my expectations!

    The projector's BRIGHT mode is PERFECT for business presentations in a WELL LIT environment! 3800 Lumens of horsepower is no joke! No problems what-so-ever in bright meeting rooms! Perfect for meetings or conferences with 50 - 100 people on a 100' or 120' projection screen.

    At home, if watching the occasional football game or movie, the Optoma gt1080hdr's ECO mode is MORE THAN bright enough, even in a well lit room!

    The Short Throw is EXCEPTIONAL! I move around a lot around the presentation screen, and getting close enough to NOT be distracted by the projection beam is a BONUS! Currently, I have the projector less than 4' away from the screen!

    The picture quality if OUTSTANDING! I haven't had the need to touch any of the settings or "fine-tune" the picture. The colors aren't washed out or dull. The picture is RAZOR SHARP! I was already asked if this was a 4k projector! This projector does a WONDERFUL JOB at displaying colors - very bright and true!

    The High Dynamic Range really comes into play and makes even the average photos look amazing! The 50,000 - 1 contrast ratio really helps displaying black and dark images!

    The MHL HDMI port comes in handy for hooking up a cellphone or tablet. Giving tutorials for cellphone apps or tablet apps is a BREEZE! This tech is SO HELPFUL!

    The sound quality is surprisingly good for 10watt speakers! I still feel the need to attach a Sound Bar or surround sound though, especially if you're watching a movie. Just adds to the ambiance and immersion. That being said, the projectors volume is plenty loud.

    Upon turning on the projector, the fans "wind-up" creating a weird hissing sound. But soon after the lamp warms up, this hissing sound seems to dissipate. I'm assuming this just must be the projector testing the internal controls and fans. Hasn't really been an issue that I'm taking too much notice of. Just a heads up.

    Only con - I did not receive the supposed included projector bag. I reached out to Optoma and am waiting for a reply.

    Overall, I am VERY SATISFIED with this purchase! I would HIGHLY recommend the Optoma gt1080HDR to anyone looking to take their business to the next level, or anyone who is looking for a Short Throw home projector. I can't really comment on gaming and using this projector... but if its anything like the quality I've seen thus far, you WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!

    Nov 11, 2019 22:47
  • Review by Renzo, 2 out of 10
    Stay Away from Open Box

    Awful. I purchased this item as Open Box rated as Excellent with no damage or missing accessories. When received, the projector was poorly packed in the box with no plastic protection. The lens had marks and scratches from the cardboard that surrounded it since no plastic was used. Furthermore, the body of the projector had several scratches as well as what looked like a streak of goo that looked like peanut butter. Furthermore, it was missing the remote and batteries! I had to drive 26 miles to return it. I'm certainly never purchasing Open Box or from Best Buy again.

    Nov 02, 2020 16:15
  • Review by JTownAC, 4 out of 10
    Not for Me

    Did not preform as described. Could not get this to display properly in out setting.

    Jan 03, 2021 09:29
  • Review by Boltznbulletz, 8 out of 10
    Has some quality control issues

    Okay, my cousin had this projector for months now and I was impressed of the short throw feature and HDR capabilities. I bought one for myself and the first unit I got lasted 30 minutes before the bulb overheated and blew. Returned it and got a replacement. My replacement worked okay but would drop signal in a middle of a movie at least once or twice. Not acceptable. Returning mine and going to the upgraded GT1090HDR.

    However, I know this product can be good since my cousin has no issues on his. HDR is pretty good although the brights and darks can lose some range of visible detail depending on the scene. highlights on HDR can become overblown and all you see is white and then dark areas can get a bit too dark to see any detail. I played God of War on my PS4 and at the beginning where the scene takes me into a dark shed, it got a little too dark that It was uncomfortable to see any details. These moments are rare but for most of the experience, this thing is really beautiful. My daughter loves Bluey in Disney plus and cartoon characters are very vivid on a 110 inch screen.

    Another gripe is if you switch to HDR and non-HDR content it does some loading and calculations and leaves you looking at a blank screen close to a minute long sometimes. And if you switch from HDR to Non-HDR often, sometimes the projector forgets to decode it making your non-HDR content looking extra washed out. It can be remedied by stepping out of the source input and coming back to it again, or sometimes a full reboot of the system.

    Getting the unit to support a 5.1 surround system is also tricky as it does not support HDMI ARC or has an optical out. The way I went with it is having all my connections connect to my 5.1 Reciever first and having the Projector as the end of all connections.

    Aside from my unit losing connectivity at times, all these negatives are little and when this Projector works right, it really excels especially given its price point. Maybe I just got unlucky getting 2 defective units. But I'm not risking a third.

    Oct 22, 2020 03:23
  • Review by Light, 8 out of 10
    Great if you're not wall mounting

    Ended up returning this projector because I had limited space in my basement and wanted to wall mount it. If you use the enhanced gaming mode you lose your keystone correction, and without the enhanced gaming mode this is just a basic projector. Was able to get the picture perfect when I had it mounted on my table, but I wanted to mount this to my ceiling and could not get it to work.

    Oct 01, 2020 11:53
  • 8.4score
    Vankyo - Leisure 3W Wireless Mini Projector - White
    Description

    VANKYO Leisure 3W Mini Projector is an incredible 1080P supported projector, ideal for your home theater and outdoor activities. With advanced screen mirroring, it enables wireless screen sharing from IOS or Android devices.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    5 Features
  • Wireless Mini Projector: Bring accessibility, affordability and wireless freedom to your home. With a special portable design for home entertainment, the video projector enables screen sharing from IOS or Android devices wirelessly.
  • Stunning Entertainment Experience: With 50ANSI Lumen brightness, an optimum projection screen from 33” to 176” and a video projection distance that can vary from 3.28ft to 18.04ft, This Incredible 1080p supported projector is ideal for your home theater and outdoor activities.
  • Compact Connectivity: The Leisure 3W is a portable project and is compatible with Chromecast, PC, laptop, Xbox, TF card, IOS or Android devices, and more. The enhanced multimedia projector features a variety of choices for you to enjoy games, movies, TV series or photos.
  • Low Noise and Advanced Cooling System: Equipped With a breakthrough fan noise suppression system as well as an innovative cooling system with heat dispersion, VANKYO Ultra-quiet Video Projector provides exceptional, color-rich performance and immersive images you can’t get from a flat-panel TV.
  • 1 Year Warranty and Professional Support: VANKYO provides 1-year free repair, professional customer service and technical support. Please feel free to contact with VANKYO Support Team if you have any question.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Pily, 8 out of 10
    GREAT for College Students!

    This speaker works wonders if you are in a small room! The quality is good, exactly like a 4/5 stars. When working, the projector makes a small loading sound, like a computer does. I have not been able to figure out some aspects mentioned in the main characteristics but I’ll make it work. I would definitely recommend it to college students that cannot afford or don’t have the space for a TV!

    * Best Buy College Crew members receive products to write honest, unbiased reviews. Reviewers have been provided products free of charge and may have received nominal compensation.

    Oct 26, 2021 10:55
  • Review by Otaku, 8 out of 10
    Works great for the price

    It works awesome great picture quality. Speakers are descent and connects to the laptop the only problem is it won't connect to Android but other then that it's awesome.

    Aug 13, 2020 10:42
  • Review by Arv2021, 10 out of 10
    Awesome value for money

    Bought it just 2 days back so the review is based on that. My 7 year old just loved it... we have had 2 movie nights already.

    Apr 18, 2021 12:30
  • Review by Robert, 10 out of 10
    VANKYO

    My first Vankyo projector purchase. I was very surprised on the quality for its price and very easy to set up. I prefer connecting to my Xbox versus my personal phone. USB , audio and HDMI outputs Very affordable versus buying a big screen but it’s your preference. My reason for buying a projector was for new movie releases and series. Since I won’t be going to theaters any time soon.

    Jan 17, 2021 18:48
  • Review by KitT, 10 out of 10
    Super fun for the price.

    For the price, I think this is super fun. I’m just using it in my bedroom, with a fire stick hooked up to it. It comes with YouTube but it did not show a picture when I tried to cast Netflix from my iPhone.

    Aug 07, 2021 12:51
  • Review by NickizSick, 10 out of 10
    Best budget projector

    A great projector for the price. Definitely the best at this price range. Is it top of the line no. Does it get the job done yes! Even when. It’s a bit sunny still crisp image and great little bedroom small projector

    Jun 06, 2021 18:39
  • Review by Anonymous, 8 out of 10
    Great for camping or watching outside

    Bought this projector for my mom for Mother’s Day to take on rv camping trips. She used it for the first time and sent me a pic of it. For 100 bucks (when I bought it) it has a good enough picture and can get pretty big with a loss of quality. Also mirrors your android( depending on your android) and all Apple phones perfectly. Even has wifi capability to watch YouTube on. In the picture the wind was really bad so they just showed it on the tv itself.

    Jun 28, 2021 19:21
  • Review by rzare, 10 out of 10
    Excellent budget projector

    Really great simple budget projector, perfect for movie rooms, living rooms, outdoors, and works with screens or blank walls just fine. Excellent color and brightness, works with some lights on, though I had to put up curtains to block out sunlight, which was way too bright. The fan is not very noisy and is actually quieter than the laptop I've been using to project video. Just plug in the HDMI cable and it works. A little bit of blur at the edges if using the keystone to project at an angle, but it's fine for TV.

    Jul 19, 2021 12:02
  • 8.4score
    Miroir - Micro Pro Projector M125 480p DLP LED Portable Projector - Black
    Description

    The M125 Micro Projector features 2 internal 1W speaker for amazing built-in sound, 2 hour battery, and LED lamp for 20,000 hours of projecting time. Connect with your own speakers and headphones for an even bigger surround sound experience. When charged, the Micro Pro also works as a battery backup for your mobile device and source for powering your streaming stick. Compact and portable, the M125 will quickly become a best friend to all your devices! “I wish I had a way to view this bigger…” From family pictures, movies and gaming, the M125 Micro Pro Projector is a mini pocket projector that delivers vivid images as large as 50” inches in dark spaces. Bring it with you wherever you go and easily connect it to your mobile device, tablets, and streaming sticks for on-the-go entertainment. Featuring Texas Instruments DLP technology, the M125 is the perfect way to view your favorite content on a big screen whenever you want! Ultra-portable mini projector, up to 2 hour battery with 2 one watt speakers or 3.5mm jack to add your own bigger external speakers. The Micro Pro can be easily connected to streaming media players like Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV stick, Roku, Roku Streaming Stick, or Google Chromecast. You can also share streaming content from your phone or tablet with applications on your device like Netflix, Hulu and YouTube.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    9 Features
  • Portable Design: Weighs just 7 oz. for easy transport to meetings, presentations and more.
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • 100 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • LED lamp: Up to 20,000 hours of projecting time
  • Built In Battery: Usable in places with no access to power outlet for up to 2 hours of projecting.
  • Built In Speakers: Two 1W speakers; audio out jack (3.5mm)
  • Up to 70” screen: share anywhere (in semi-dark spaces)
  • HDMI Input: Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • USB out port: Can be used to charge your device while presenting
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by dnottingham4, 8 out of 10
    A 50" Video Screen that Fits in your Pocket!

    The Miroir – M125 480p Micro Pro Projector is a surprisingly good LED Based, battery, operated portable, DLP Projector. This projector fits a few niche use-cases – travelers, traveling presenters, presenters, office use, and van lifers. The M125 is a feature-rich and well thought our projector for these cases and is supported by the device’s size and has a couple of nice surprises included.

    While this device is intended for use with Mobile devices, laptops, gaming consoles, and streaming devices, it can be used with any device you can adapt to an HDMI output.

    I have a somewhat unique perspective on projectors because over the last few years my wife and I have moved away from TVs to projectors with streaming devices as our TVs. Instead of spending $1,000 or more on a TV, we spend less than $600, get a much larger screen with excellent quality images and decent sound – enough for us anyway. Currently, we are running 3 projectors in this fashion and have a variety of devices and configurations – our primary system is a 1080p projector with a 5.1 Surround sound attached, the secondary system is a 780p system with a soundbar setup, and the 3rd one is a 1080p LED-based, battery-powered, portable projector with a TV tuner.

    You can watch a video review of this device at https://youtu.be/6BFjDXCvpSQ

    The rest of this review will occur in 3 parts – Tech Specs and features, Usage Impressions, and pros/cons:

    Tech Specs

    While the tech specs of the Miroir M125 may not impress all projector aficionados, in use, this projector has surprisingly excellent specifications for its niche and price point. Let us dive into the technical specifications. First – this is NOT a FULL HD projector – it is a 480p projector with an 854x480p native resolution, a 400:1 contrast ratio, and is rated at 100 lumens – which means it needs to be in a slightly darkened room. The projector specifications state it can project up to a 70” screen size with a throw ratio of 1.2. This means to get a 70” Screen diagonal, you will need to be about 5.1 feet away from the screen. Second, this projector is a LED lamp DLP projector with a lamp life of up to 20,000 hours – which equates to 2500 days with 8 hours of usage per day (not the typical use case for this device) assuming you made it to the full lamp life – that is nearly 7 years! The projector contains a 2-hour built-in rechargeable battery. Rounding out the specifications the devices has 2 1-watt speakers, a 3.5 mm audio out port, a DC in port (micro USB), HDMI, and a USB charging port, a tripod mount, and weighs in at 7 oz.

    The front of the unit has the projection lens and a cooling vent, the left side of the unit contains the manual focus wheel, the right side has the power and volume controls, the rear of the unit has all of the input and output ports. The bottom of the unit has the ¼” Tripod mounting hole.

    Usage Impressions

    I have to say that being a fan of projectors, I was very skeptical about this projector and its 100-lumen rating. In use, however, I am very impressed with is capabilities. The screen is suitably bright and works well in slightly dimmed or darker lighting conditions at decent throw distances. The battery life was spot on at the two-hour rating and when reached the projector performed a nice shutdown. I also tested the unit plugged in and over a 3 – 4-hour testing session the battery did not lose any charge level on the battery indicator. For a 1W+1W system, the audio performed very nicely with only a slight bit of tinny-ness that low-powered speakers tend to have. The 3.5 mm audio output also gives you great options to connect to external speaker systems.

    Using the projector with my laptop and a streaming device as the primary tests, the unit performed well. During the laptop test, the downscaling from the laptop’s high-resolution setting to 480p did reveal issues with the text fonts being garbled. For presentations and video, there were no issues. A nice feature of this system is the USB port of the device uses the internal battery of the unit to power a streaming stick. The manual focus of the device works well but it does have a fine range at each throw distance.

    In my opinion, this device is well suited to many uses cases where one may need to project something as part of their work or personal life. Since the unit does not actually require a fully darkened room, it could be easily used in shaded outdoor settings or slightly dimmed inside locations to show presentations when and where a projector or a tv is not available for use. Another outstanding use case is for travelers – this device and a streaming stick can make for a very nice travel addition. Another use case for this device is camping (van lifers included) as the short throw distance and lighting requirements of this device match that of a camper or van being used as a camper or home.

    Overall, I have found this device to be a wonderful surprise and useful addition to my family of projectors.

    Pros: Features/Capabilities (Battery, USB charging port), Portability, Quality, Performance

    Cons: Battery-life could be a bit longer.

    Aug 08, 2020 17:21
  • Review by AllAboutTech, 10 out of 10
    Great projection option for many situations

    Verdict: This projector is very small but delivers decent performance and fantastic ease of use, all for a great price. We plan to use this for business purposes and for leisure, both at home and while traveling.

    First impressions. Wow it’s small!! It’s unbelievable that such a small device can be a projector. It’s very light. There are no moving pieces. Only essential buttons are included.

    Features. This small projector includes two integrated speakers, internal rechargeable battery power, 100 lumens bulb, and HD resolution. The projector has physical buttons for power, volume, and focus. It also has USB and HDMI connectors. It has an audio input (3.5 mm), and a micro USB connector for charging. Lastly, it also has a small treaded hole on the underside, perhaps to screw onto a tripod?

    Performance. In general, 100 lumens is not fantastic, but it is sufficient for many situations. Considering the size and price of this device, 100 lumens is very respectable. In a dark room, it is plenty strong to project a good image at a significant distance and to a pretty large size. See the attached picture, the screen size is much bigger than the couch, and this is from 15ft away from the wall. In medium light, the projector will have to be closer to a wall or screen to get a good image. In a bright room, this projector will not be useful unless you just need a small image projected from a short distance from a wall or screen. The internal rechargeable battery works well and provides over 2 hours of power without plugging-in, which is fantastic! The 1W speakers are not loud, but very convenient if you need some sound in a pinch.

    Usage. The small size of this device opens so many possibilities. We have already used this projector to watch a movie on the ceiling, just over our bed! We have also used it in a small conference room to project something on a wall. And lastly, the kids will use it outdoors to watch a movie, projecting onto a white bed sheet.

    Things I love.

    - 100 lumens is very respectable for the size and price.

    - Integrated speakers, nice!

    - Decent definition (480p)

    - Perfectly quiet

    Things I don’t love.

    - I wish it had a sliding lens cover. Something this small and with battery power will undoubtedly be used on the road. A lens cover would provide scratch and damage projection for the lens

    - A retractable kickstand would be nice to prop up the projector to the correct angle

    - Include a padded travel pouch. A pouch is ALWAYS worth it, even if you raise the price of the item by $5

    - Is there a way to project what is on my iPad or iPhone? I am still figuring out, but that would be the ultimate portable setup

    Overall, this is a versatile and capable travel projector. We absolutely love it. My wife and I will use it for work, and our kids already fight over it to use it in their room when they have sleepovers. The small size, ease of use, and internal battery power means that anyone can use it anywhere. I highly recommend it.

    Aug 05, 2020 16:04
  • Review by veritech13, 8 out of 10
    Powerful little Projector but limited!

    I had a chance to use the m125 projector and I have to say I was very pleasantly surprised. The projector is extremely compact and fun to use!

    The quality of the build feels very sturdy. I was expecting a cheap feeling device as I was not familiar with the brand. The projector feels sturdy and has a nice weight to it. It does not feel like a cheap plastic feel.

    The set up is very simple, pretty much plug and play, I used the hdmi connection. I then chose the duplicate display on the windows settings and the image transferred over to the projector.

    The quality of the video is 480p and it pretty much down converts your video signal. It does not display the sharpest image quality but it is 480p so you can't knock it for displaying good 480p quality. The speaker isn't bad, it is louder than I thought especially for such a small device. The fan is a little loud so it is highly recommended to plug it intoa powered speaker. I suggest powered speaker because otherwise it will drain the battery. The projector life is a litle over 2hrs, I average 2:15minutes. The brightness was amazing, I truly didn't expect it to be that bright, as long as the room is dark the image pops off the wall. I had an 85 inch screen projected and it was very vibrant, a little pixilated, but the colors were bright. The LED lamp does a great job!

    I definitely recommend it for a cheaper alternative to a projector, if all you want is a large screen for entertainment and not focused and image sharpness.

    A downside I experienced is a ljittery, staggered movement when the image displayed was fast moving sequences such as a ocean waves, a fight scene. It looked the processor in the projector had a difficult time keeping up. It didn't happen frequently but when it did it was distracting.

    Overall a cool projector to pull out on a trip when the cool factor of a large screen is more important than having HD quality video.

    Aug 11, 2020 00:01
  • Review by TechBuyer, 10 out of 10
    Great Gadget for the Office or Outdoors

    The Miroir M125 Projector at first doesn’t seem that impressive. It’s only 480p resolution after all, but when you actually hold and use the device its actually quite amazing and makes you wonder all the possibilities with this device.

    The box comes with pretty much everything you need to get started, a usb plug charger, micro-usb cable, and a full-sized HDMI cable. The M125 also has an internal battery with a meter that shows charge level from 1 to 4 blue dots. The documentation states 2 hours of usage on a full charge which is roughly the same amount of time as most movies, but you could probably run this projector all night if you used a simple battery charger pack. You can also use a USB-A connector to power a small handheld device like a phone or tablet while using it to project content.

    Some really cool possibilities with this projector and a phone or tablet:

    1) Camping and watching a movie without needing to lug around a TV or generator.

    2) Impromptu movie nights, sleep overs or sporting events in the back yard, deck, swimming pool, basement etc.

    3) Office or sales presentations where you don’t have a TV or projector available.

    You just need a wall or white screen to project against!

    There are also built-in speakers that are decently loud, but you can also connect to external speakers via 3.5mm mini-plug. Also, there’s a small internal fan that spins up to keep the bulb cool. High quality build with nice metal buttons.

    The only minor knock on this projector is small text is interpolated and hard to read being scaled down to 480p from 1080p. Large text is fine, but any fine text is hard to read. Also, for Apple devices you will need to purchase a somewhat expensive $50 Lightning to AV HDMI adapter. Most other devices have cheaper USB or USB-C to HDMI adapters that work extremely well. It would’ve also been nice if it included a small nylon case for the projector and all accessories.

    I can’t wait to get one of the Apple adapters, it will be great to watch movies or YouTube anywhere with my iPhone or iPad. Great device, if they ever get to 1080p or better it’ll be even better!

    Aug 05, 2020 20:08
  • Review by FlightMedic, 4 out of 10
    NOT a Pro Projector

    While Miroir may have opted for the Micro Pro Projector name, the M125 is far from being a professional level device.

    Before I explain, let's start with what's in the box. In addition to the M125 projector you will find the standard quick start guide, USB cord and power brick, and HDMI cable. While there isn't much of a learning curve on using this device, don't look to the included guide, or even the Miroir site for any help. You won't find it. Registering for a Miroir account provided no additional information either. The user product support is severely lacking. I found nothing on how to troubleshoot, how to replace the bulb, or even what type of bulb or where to purchase one.

    Why Miroir opted for the "pro" designation with this projector is beyond me. I found nothing to remotely justify the naming. The only controls you have with the M125 are volume and focus. That's it. None of the features you would expect in a professional level device exist on this projector. I will point out some of what I consider to be missing essentials.

    First, there are no adjustments or "legs" to control the angle height. To do this you will need to place the projector on a surface at the height needed. However, this device can be attached to a tripod.

    There is no keystone correction option available either. Again, you will have to physically move or prop the device to obtain a proper viewing angle. This projector really needs to be level, centered, and pointing directly at the viewing surface. Otherwise I found there to be quite a bit of angle distortion.

    There is no sliding lens cover as found in higher-end devices. This means you can't "pause" your presentation or create a black screen. You will need to place a paper, cloth or other covering over the lens to obtain these results.

    I could find no documentation anywhere indicating how many lumens this product outputs. There are no brightness controls or color correction. The brightness of this device is not good at all. You will not be able to see the picture if attempting to use this in even dimly lit rooms. The room will need to be very, very low-light.

    You are limited to having input from a single HDMI source. While there is a USB port, it does not support video input.

    There is no bluetooth support or connection available on the M125 projector. There is a 3.5mm audio jack, and audio can be sent via HDMI.

    The audio output from the 1W internal speakers is surprisingly loud. While a bit tin-like at higher levels, you'll have no problem projecting sound in a small to mid-sized room. The volume rockers on the side work well, but I did notice a large jump in volume between the lower levels.

    I connected to the M125 using a MacBook Air. Initially only my background displayed, no desktop and no audio. I had to go into system preferences and change the video settings to mirror, and the audio to the projector speakers. Once completed, I had no issues. The audio sync was spot on with the video. As I mentioned earlier, using in a low light room did not produce good results, and in a well-lit room the video was nearly invisible. However, in a room with no windows and only ambient light the picture was clear and the focus adjustment worked very well.

    There is an internal battery which is a nice feature. Miroir indicates an approximate two-hour battery life and I received just over that time. There are battery level indicator lights on the top of the device to gauge remaining time.

    This projector has a long, long way to go before it earns the "pro" designation. This will not be my go-to projection device, however given the very small form factor and solid-build quality, I will take this along as my backup projector. It is small, compact, and easy enough to toss in a bag.

    I have a hard time recommending this device as-is. I'm sure there are some who may find this fits their needs, but for me, this is barely an entry-level device. The lack of controls, inputs, and adjustments makes this a device I just cannot get behind.

    Jul 31, 2020 17:37
  • Review by Mariogamer64, 10 out of 10
    Mini projector

    Connected so easily and works great. Was able to project any kind of animation.

    Nov 05, 2021 18:03
  • Review by Nans, 10 out of 10
    Great use

    It’s great use for the outdoors and if you want to play video games on it

    Nov 07, 2021 21:37
  • Review by broncobill1964, 8 out of 10
    First projector

    Paid $250 but ended up getting $50 back after it went on sale. Works pretty good. First projector we have ever bought. Got if for our daughter to take. Ack to college.

    Jan 01, 2021 17:06
  • 8.4score
    Core Innovations - 150” LCD Home Theater Projector - White
    Description

    Upgrade your entertainment setup with the Core Innovations 150” Home Theater Projector - White (CPJ600WHBY). With an adjustable screen size between 32”-150”, this projector is perfect for solo gaming marathons or an immersive movie night experience with the entire family. Stream videos, view photos or play your favorite games by linking your preferred device to this projector via numerous versatile connections, including HDMI, VGA, USB, Micro SD and AV.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    8 Features
  • Versatile Connections: Link your laptop, gaming console, flash drive, smartphone or other preferred device to this projector via dual HDMI inputs, AV, USB, Micro SD Card and 3.5mm headphone ports.
  • Incredible Entertainment Experience: An adjustable screen projection between 32”-150” and 45 ANSI Lumens of brightness provide vibrant on-screen images for an immersive experience.
  • 800 x 480 Native Resolution: Delivers crisp image quality.
  • Built-in 2W Speakers: Provide clear sound straight from the projector.
  • LED Bulb: Delivers up to 20,000 hours of lamp life for extended use.
  • Keystone Correction: For a distortion-free display.
  • Angle Adjustment Knob: Use the built-in knob to adjust the projection angle for an optimal viewing experience.
  • Included Remote: Provides effortless control from across the room.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Anonymous, 10 out of 10
    Great budget projector with decent picture

    Im not a projector expert by any means, but i think this one is very decent for what it is. Its not claiming to be the next replacement for your 4K TV or the centerpiece of your home theater, but it is a convenient and portable projector that will serve most people. I got this for the bedroom and it’s honestly really good quality when theres no light. Even though it’s only 480p native resolution it can support my 1080p Roku stick with no issues. I also hooked up my Switch to it with no lag or audio issues at all

    Nov 02, 2021 14:05
  • Review by TechTux, 8 out of 10
    Ok Speakers, Basic Functions, Great Picture

    It is a great idea to have a small reliable projector however the cuts to make it affordable is noticeable. The sound has no depth, very basic and surround sound is not recommended. Picture looks great and has a lot of inputs available to connect to multiple devices. The GUI is easy to use and identifies the media types. There are some customizability when it comes to picture, sound and menus. Overall it is a good device to meet basic needs however would not recommend if looking for a "Home Theater Experience"

    Nov 30, 2020 14:55
  • Review by Head561, 10 out of 10
    Phone projector

    Haven’t stop using it love that I can project/stream from my phone

    Apr 30, 2021 15:47
  • Review by Sabrinaj, 10 out of 10
    Great picture

    Picture was really good. Sound was pretty good I just wish adapters came with it.

    Oct 30, 2021 09:30
  • Review by blahnika, 8 out of 10
    Small but decent for the price in a dark room

    've been using the projector in my basement, and when it's dark it looks great but when I turn the lights on it's hard to see. Maybe this is my background, but a darker room does work better.

    Outside of that, the setup is simple. Plug it in, turn it on, and connect a source. There is a menu so you can adjust settings and get pictures from the card you attach. It has a remote control, but you can also use the buttons on top. The picture quality is good and can be adjusted to be a small screen which is what I used it for.

    Overall, the performance for the price is great. If you're looking for a projector that you'll use here and there, I would recommend this. If you're looking for a true home theater though, there are better options but they also cost more. Also make sure you have a dark area, as it does better than in the light.

    Dec 14, 2020 11:44
  • Review by Luckyimpalaguy, 10 out of 10
    Lucky guy

    Heck freaking YESSSSS!!! Buy this product!!! Connect it to a sound bar and be happily ever after !!! Thanks good night !! Best $59 dollars I’ve ever spent .. seriously !!

    Dec 25, 2020 21:49
  • Review by TheDuke, 8 out of 10
    Cheaply Built, But Decent for the Price

    I am fairly surprised that this Mini Projector is sold by Best Buy. It has the look and feel of a generic projector that would be sold cheaply on a bargain website (like Wish or AliExpress). Although the build quality is not the greatest, I admit that it is a decent projector for it's incredibly low price.

    The projector is very easy to use and has every input you could need (VGA, HDMI, USB, 3.5 mm Aux Input, and even a MicroSD card slot). But, while the projector is simple, I really don't believe that it is well suited to replace a modern TV. The image quality is 800 x 480 which is less than 720p (which is NOT High Definition). While the image is not particularly sharp, it does project quite a large picture which can be fun to view (even if you don't have an actual projection screen).

    The difficulty is that the image does best when projected straight forward and not tilted upwards. There is an option to adjust the image tilt, but when projected at an angle - I was not able to get the entire image to stay in focus. The bottom would blur while the top would focus correctly.

    The other downside is the audio quality. The sound gets surprisingly loud, but the audio quality is sharp and tinny. But, again, for such a low price - and coming from such a tiny physical size, the sound is passable.

    I would recommend this projector only for simple and occasional use. Because it is so small, it would be good to take on vacation, or for kids to use to simulate a movie theater with their friends.

    ...I would definitely not recommend for any professional or heavy usage.

    Nov 23, 2020 01:00
  • Review by Brendont3, 10 out of 10
    Great Budget Projector

    Overall, great for the price. Works well and the picture really is good for a low end projector. My house is a cream white color with gray brick accents and we are able to watch outside on our brick at night with no added sheet. It is about 100” maximum for it to be clear and legible to read all the words and signs when browsing, for example Netflix, but that’s the only draw back. Speakers are very quiet, however does have an aux port to use a different set of speakers if you choose to. Also a plus of being able to use the usb a port to power my fire tv stick. Allows for 1 less power source!

    Sep 10, 2021 18:50
  • 8.2score
    BenQ - TH585 1080p DLP Projector - White
    Description

    Watch movies and play games with this BenQ Full HD projector. Native Full HD resolution makes shows and games look crisp and detailed, and the low input latency provides a responsive gaming experience. This BenQ Full HD projector has a powerful lamp that delivers up to 3500 lumens and produces large, bright images.

    12 Features
  • Portable design: Weighs 6.15 lbs. for easy transport to meetings, presentations and more.
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • ±30° vertical keystone correction: For distortion-free images.
  • 3500 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 10,000:1 contrast ratio: Provides a multitude of shades between black and white for rich color saturation.
  • 1080p (1920 x 1080) native resolution: Creates a sharp, detailed high-definition picture.
  • Dual HDMI inputs: Make it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • 1.5 - 1.65:1 throw ratio range: Reproduces wide images in their correct proportions.
  • Supports a variety of signals: Including 1080/24p, 1080/60i, 720/60p, 1080/50i, 720/50p, 1080/50p, 1080/60p, 1080/30p, 1080/25p, 2160/24p, 2160/25p, 2160/30p, 2160/60p and 2160/23p for a wide range of compatibility options.
  • 29-35dBA fan noise: Ensures quiet operation.
  • Built-in 10W speaker: Provides crisp sound.
  • Included remote: Provides simple control from across the room.
  • 7 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Carel, 8 out of 10
    Great Projetor

    Got it to go camping with my family and we had a great outdoor movie experience. My only complaint is that it didn’t come with a case.

    Aug 01, 2020 02:31
  • Review by ThinkTech, 8 out of 10
    1080P Good Projector

    Good 1080p projector highly recommend to anyone looking for a good projector for under 800

    Mar 22, 2020 09:14
  • Review by Jmak, 10 out of 10
    Great entry level projector

    Excellent reviews and one of the least expensive 1080p projectors in the market

    Dec 29, 2020 16:39
  • Review by Km16494, 10 out of 10
    Good projector for gaming purpose

    Really good projector for this price. Very good quality.

    Jul 12, 2020 14:34
  • Review by Anonymous, 2 out of 10
    Good Projector but DONT BUY HERE!

    The projector image quality is amazing, unfortunately, I had to return it because (as explained to me) the projector is a basic (cheap) device, it does not have enough zoom range, the zoom is very poor, so I had to do so many adjustments that I decided to send it back... WATCH OUT! they took $75 as "Restocking Fee", tried to explain that's too high, nobody else is doing that, no luck, they kept my money anyway.

    Apr 19, 2021 16:11
  • Review by Steve, 10 out of 10
    Brilliant projector, fantastic picture!

    I recently built an outdoor theater for my backyard and spent weeks reviewing projectors. This is the first projector I've ever purchased and was overwhelmed with the choices. I could not be happier about this projector. Everything I read about it is true and although I'm not using it primarily for gaming, the picture for regular movies and streaming my AppleTV is outstanding. The picture is crisp, especially if you're watching an HD/4k movie. It's very bright whereby I can actually start watching a movie before the sun sets!

    Sep 14, 2020 18:04
  • Review by juanon, 10 out of 10
    good!!!

    great projector!!! beautiful picture!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Jan 15, 2021 22:34
  • 8.2score
    Devos Outdoor - OEG Screens 144" Outdoor Projector Screen - Silver
    Description

    With OEG Screens by Devos Outdoor you’re choosing a hassle-free, aluminum framed paragon of performance supporting an oversize 144” silver-infused oxford nylon screen with nearly perfect light reflectivity for ultra-sharp HD, 4K and even 3D viewing pleasure. Includes easy-setup frame, stakes, guy lines, and ambient light blocking blackout screen.

    4 Features
  • Feature Rich 144" Screen: 16:9 widescreen. Viewing Dimensions: 126" W x 71" H
  • Reflectivity made for the Outdoors: Silver-infused 600 denier oxford woven nylon screen giving a Gain of 1.1 for nearly perfect light reflectivity and ultra sharp 4K, HD, and 3D viewing.
  • Compact, Easy to Carry and Setup: Includes 4 stakes, 4 guy lines for anchoring/stabilizing frame, and carry bag.
  • Durable Design: Rigid aluminum frame won’t easily bend in the wind like cheaper screens and keeps the screen tight so folds are unnoticeable
  • 3 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by VLS8276, 4 out of 10
    busted.

    After only 4 months of using at most 10 times, my screen has broken. it uses some retractable strings on the inside of the poles, well one of the strings went into the pole and are unable to get it out. I had to use tape to be able to use it this last time. in the beginning I was very happy with this purchase, also because it wasn't cheap but now that it has broken after such little use, I am not so sure I will be recommending this product to friends or family.

    Sep 17, 2021 15:44
  • Review by Patrick, 10 out of 10
    It’s a screen

    Arrived on time. Summer weather has been off, so I haven’t had time to really use it. Nothing to compare it to.

    Aug 27, 2021 15:55
  • Review by Blackwidow, 10 out of 10
    Good

    Worked great for 3D movie out in the yard it is a little difficult to put together and take down especially cause it's dark out wish that was easier

    Jun 05, 2021 19:22
  • 8.0score
    Elite Screens - MosicGO MGFU-L 1920 x 1080 DLP Projector Portable Projector - Black
    Description

    Elite Projector MosicGO� MGFU-L Portable IPX2 Spill Proof Ultra Short Throw (UST) Projector W/USB Type C, Charging Hub up to 87W, Native Full HD 1080P, 1000 ANSI/1500 LED Lumens, 20,000:1 Contrast, OSRAM LED 25000 Hrs Lamp Life, Wireless MSS Sound system, presentation on the goProjector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    5 Features
  • Elegant construction with portability: Beautiful design to fit any decor. With a weight of 4.90 lb, this projector is designed to be portable
  • DLP Technology: Enjoy the advantages of using the DLP technology that delivers high contrast, filter-free design, reduced pixelation and virtually no degradation
  • 1500 lumens of brightness: Allows you to project bright, crystal clear visualizations with brilliant and sharp colors
  • 20,000:1 Contrast Ratio: The 20,000:1 contrast ratio gives depth to your visuals
  • Up to 10 ft viewable image size: With a image size of up to 10 ft, everyone in the room can enjoy a clear view whether watching your favorite movie or giving a presentation
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by MovieLover, 8 out of 10
    Good portable projector for the money

    The projector works well in low light settings. It is a little washed out in lighter rooms. The fan is a little loud. Even though it doesn't list it, it does come with the 58" yard master 2 screen. The speaker is okay but an external one is much better.

    Aug 06, 2021 19:48
  • 8.0score
    Elite Screens - MosicGO MGFU-L 1920 x 1080 DLP Projector Portable Projector - Black
    Description

    Elite Projector MosicGO� MGFU-L Portable IPX2 Spill Proof Ultra Short Throw (UST) Projector W/USB Type C, Charging Hub up to 87W, Native Full HD 1080P, 1000 ANSI/1500 LED Lumens, 20,000:1 Contrast, OSRAM LED 25000 Hrs Lamp Life, Wireless MSS Sound system, presentation on the goProjector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    5 Features
  • Elegant construction with portability: Beautiful design to fit any decor. With a weight of 4.90 lb, this projector is designed to be portable
  • DLP Technology: Enjoy the advantages of using the DLP technology that delivers high contrast, filter-free design, reduced pixelation and virtually no degradation
  • 1500 lumens of brightness: Allows you to project bright, crystal clear visualizations with brilliant and sharp colors
  • 20,000:1 Contrast Ratio: The 20,000:1 contrast ratio gives depth to your visuals
  • Up to 10 ft viewable image size: With a image size of up to 10 ft, everyone in the room can enjoy a clear view whether watching your favorite movie or giving a presentation
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by MovieLover, 8 out of 10
    Good portable projector for the money

    The projector works well in low light settings. It is a little washed out in lighter rooms. The fan is a little loud. Even though it doesn't list it, it does come with the 58" yard master 2 screen. The speaker is okay but an external one is much better.

    Aug 06, 2021 19:48
  • 8.0score
    Devos Outdoor - OEG Screens 144" Outdoor Projector Screen - Silver
    Description

    With OEG Screens by Devos Outdoor you’re choosing a hassle-free, aluminum framed paragon of performance supporting an oversize 144” silver-infused oxford nylon screen with nearly perfect light reflectivity for ultra-sharp HD, 4K and even 3D viewing pleasure. Includes easy-setup frame, stakes, guy lines, and ambient light blocking blackout screen.

    4 Features
  • Feature Rich 144" Screen: 16:9 widescreen. Viewing Dimensions: 126" W x 71" H
  • Reflectivity made for the Outdoors: Silver-infused 600 denier oxford woven nylon screen giving a Gain of 1.1 for nearly perfect light reflectivity and ultra sharp 4K, HD, and 3D viewing.
  • Compact, Easy to Carry and Setup: Includes 4 stakes, 4 guy lines for anchoring/stabilizing frame, and carry bag.
  • Durable Design: Rigid aluminum frame won’t easily bend in the wind like cheaper screens and keeps the screen tight so folds are unnoticeable
  • 3 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by VLS8276, 4 out of 10
    busted.

    After only 4 months of using at most 10 times, my screen has broken. it uses some retractable strings on the inside of the poles, well one of the strings went into the pole and are unable to get it out. I had to use tape to be able to use it this last time. in the beginning I was very happy with this purchase, also because it wasn't cheap but now that it has broken after such little use, I am not so sure I will be recommending this product to friends or family.

    Sep 17, 2021 15:44
  • Review by Patrick, 10 out of 10
    It’s a screen

    Arrived on time. Summer weather has been off, so I haven’t had time to really use it. Nothing to compare it to.

    Aug 27, 2021 15:55
  • Review by Blackwidow, 10 out of 10
    Good

    Worked great for 3D movie out in the yard it is a little difficult to put together and take down especially cause it's dark out wish that was easier

    Jun 05, 2021 19:22
  • 8.0score
    Miroir - Element M75 DLP Mini Projector - Black
    Description

    Play movies and presentations anywhere with this Miroir micro projector. A powerful LED lamp delivers images as large as 50 inches, and the built-in 3.5mm audio port lets you connect this projector to wired speaker systems. This Miroir micro projector has a compact design that fits easily in pockets for easy portability.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    12 Features
  • Pocket design: Weighs just 9.98 oz. for easy transport to meetings, presentations and more.
  • DLP image technology: Offers crisp visuals.
  • 15 lumens of brightness: Offer a highly visible display with clear on-screen images.
  • 350:1 contrast ratio: Provides a multitude of shades between black and white for rich color saturation.
  • 640 x 360 resolution: Provides crisp picture quality.
  • HDMI input: Makes it easy to connect to high-definition sources.
  • Up to 50" viewable screen size: Allows everyone in the room to enjoy a clear view.
  • 1.68:1 throw ratio range: Reproduces wide images in their correct proportions.
  • Supports a variety of signals: Including 1080p for a wide range of compatibility options.
  • LED lamp: Delivers up to 20,000 hours of lamp life in normal mode for extended use.
  • Built-in 1W speaker: Provides crisp sound.
  • 2 hours battery life: Usable in places with no access to power outlet.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Ehdo, 2 out of 10
    Mirror element

    I can’t use it the zoom button doesn’t work can’t return too waste money

    Dec 18, 2020 17:02
  • Review by Castlerock062, 6 out of 10
    Need a very dark room

    It’s nice but the room needs to be as dark as possible, I bought this for training in job trailers for construction projects and even with the window blinds shut you can barely see the picture. The packaging is very nice and the projector it the right size for travel just wished it was brighter

    Feb 12, 2021 16:45
  • Review by neilly, 8 out of 10
    simple entry level projector

    works well but volume is poor....if connecting to a phone, works better is you keep the phone volume

    Jan 15, 2020 16:30
  • Review by alw1, 8 out of 10
    Great basic projector

    Projector was easy to set up and use. Works great. My only wish was that it was bluetooth capable so that I could use wireless speakers.

    Aug 01, 2020 00:16
  • Review by Flower, 8 out of 10
    Fun and portable Video

    Decent quality images. Easy to use. Portable. The only difficulty is that the phone battery reduces quickly with use attached to the phone. It will last for a 2 hour video though.

    Nov 06, 2021 06:22
  • Review by Russcowles, 8 out of 10
    Excellent for kiddos

    Bought for my kids to watch movies with friends socially distant in the back yard with a friend.

    Aug 14, 2020 16:42
  • Review by Bicbic01, 8 out of 10
    Great for beginners

    We have really enjoyed this product. I use a sheet for the screen & I didn’t think it would cover the whole shirt but it did

    Jun 19, 2020 23:08
  • Review by aa225, 6 out of 10
    Save your money

    This thing is not worth the $100 it costs. Extremely cheap build quality, no image correction whatsoever, and the tripod head didn't properly work.

    May 21, 2020 08:20
  • 7.6score
    Miroir Smart Streaming M280A Wireless Smart DLP Portable Projector - Black
    Description

    Enjoy a cinematic viewing experience with Miroir M280A Smart Mini Projector with Texas Instruments Digital Light Processing (DLP) Technology. Built-in WIFI works with your favorite streaming apps including: Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube and more. Simply power on the Miroir M280A portable projector, download your app and view up to an 80 inch diagonal image on your favorite wall or ceiling. Enjoy the M280A outside, or share anywhere with a built in rechargeable battery. A portable projector small enough to fit into a purse, backpack or jacket pocket.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    7 Features
  • Smart Projector: Built in streaming with your favorite Apps from Hulu, Netflix, Youtube and others
  • Advanced Picture Control: 2 point Keytone and Digital Zoom. Motorized focus control with remote
  • Wireless Control: Bluetooth speaker mode for pairing to external speaker. 2.4 and 5 GHz WIFI compatibility
  • DLP Technology: Texas Instruments advanced chip technology for Cinema quality streaming. LED lamps for 20,000 hours of projecting time
  • Speakers: Two built-in 3W speakers for portable sound anywhere
  • Rechargeable Battery: Up to 2 hours of viewing time
  • HDM Connectivity: Connect to any HDMI source to view content. *Some Apple devices require an Apple Digital AV Adapter (sold separately).
  • 6 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by HoMi3, 6 out of 10
    Meh Portable Smart Projector

    From the limited amount of options for a portable and smart projector, this one marks a good amount of check marks in terms of specs. I will say after turning on the projector the 2nd time after setup, the projector died. It would turn on but the motor wasn't running the bulb to project picture. One quick message to the Miroir team and I was able to easily let them know the issue and troubleshoot. They determined that it was best to get a new one and I returned the defective product.

    Overall, when looking at other projectors in this price range, this has the ability to download a small library of apps that are popularly used like Netflix, Youtube, Hulu and others. It also comes with the ability to cast your screen from your phone. Another cool thing is that you can download Google Chrome web browser and visit any webpage.

    Pros:

    -Small form factor

    -2Hr battery life

    -Auto Keystone adjustment to max of 80"

    -Bluetooth outputs to external audio device

    -Makes a good 2nd monitor for work or media to output from a laptop

    -Good customer service

    -Decent sounding speakers even able to use it as a Bluetooth speaker only

    Cons:

    -Low 200 lumen output (requires a dark room)

    -Different controller settings for different apps.

    -Controller is finicky

    -1st projector died after setup

    -480 native resolution but 4k max resolution.

    -Only 1 HDMI output

    Shop around folks, there may be better options for your money.

    Apr 19, 2021 15:38
  • Review by ICanDigIt, 10 out of 10
    I’m a fan!

    I understand that this has gotten negative reviews because it won’t sync with iPhones. But. It’s an android device! I’m an iPhone user & I have no problem with not being able to mirror my phone because it has the capability to download Hulu/Netflix etc. directly to the device for streaming. The picture is GREAT, sound quality is wonderful too. I rarely use it outside of my art studio & bedroom so I can’t attest to battery life, but otherwise I have zero complaints. Best projector I’ve ever used. If you really wanna mirror it, just buy a cheap android tablet to use specifically for the projector. I use it most in my bedroom, projected onto a wall that’s about 7ish feet long.

    Aug 20, 2021 12:29
  • Review by JustBeingHonest, 8 out of 10
    Portable with good sound

    I received this projector at no cost for an honest review.

    It is small but sturdy and feels like it's good quality.

    Setting it up was easy, as it's essentially plug and play.

    Once you connect to WiFi, you are introduced to a guided step by step screen during which your select your options. It is recommended for up to 80 inches and even though it's "only" 200 lumens, the projector was visible even in daylight with a window open.

    The sound quality from the built-in speakers is well adequate, with clear and loud sound. However, it does have an audio jack port in case you go want to plug in external speakers.

    For video, I was able to use screen sharing on my Samsung Galaxy, but it also works with Apple products.

    There is also an HDMI and USB port to connect to.

    There are built in apps like netflix so that you don't even need an additional device to use the projector, though the controller clicking options and the user interface of the built in apps are a bit clunky.

    There is a built in battery so the projector will last about 2 hours if unplugged.

    This projector is not to be compared to a full size one, but the portability and size make it convenient for carrying around.

    I recommend it, though the remote could use a bit of improvement.

    Apr 03, 2021 13:32
  • Review by CAPNDigital, 8 out of 10
    Cute portable entertainment

    This compact portable projector has been fun to have mini movie nights. My family has been using this portable projector to pretend we are at our own private theatre. I use a tripod and a large canvas to project the images onto. It is standard definition (dvd) quality, but looks good. The battery leave a bit to be desired if trying to watch a movie outside, only lasts around an hour while using streaming a movie via WiFi.

    There is an HDMI and USB port on the projector giving options for streaming movies, tv shows, or using it in a meeting for a presentation.

    If you have an android phone you can cast from your phone to the project to watch your entertainment.

    The speakers are actually pretty decent to hear whatever you are watching and the projector also doubles as a Bluetooth speaker!

    This is a fun compact portable projector you can use in many ways. Micro theatre for movies, tv show watching, and also showcasing your talents in a slide show or meeting.

    Small, compact, and fun to use portable projector for sure!

    Apr 05, 2021 18:23
  • Review by 30stmrox, 4 out of 10
    Pass on this one

    This is a great concept & I wanted to really like it but based on my trial of two units, I can’t leave a great review. This is a nice compact projector, lightweight & small that you can easily take it anywhere, also has a wrist strap. It has a great picture too, it’s clear, crisp, looks like you’re watching tv & adjusts to 80”, it adjusts automatically to the size of the wall your projecting on, speaker, when it’s working has a pretty decent sound, but that’s where it ends.

    Here’s the bad stuff.... the first unit I had only had a picture & no sound. Sound was only in commercials & trailers. No sound through headphones, or fire stick or blu ray. The second unit I received did the same thing. Apps that are built in are very, very limited & I couldn’t connect Netflix, Disney+ or HBO Max, I could only connect to Hulu. Everything is geared towards Android & if you have any Apple products, which I do, you need an adapter. There aren’t any instructions & although helpful , all troubleshooting was done by text & email. It seems like this needed more research or updating before it was released. It really could’ve been a cool device but it has too many issues.

    Mar 31, 2021 21:00
  • Review by dbickpg, 2 out of 10
    Not as advertised

    Best Buy website advertised as 4k. Product os 480p. Best Buy never returned my email requesting a correction1

    Apr 20, 2021 15:05
  • 6.4score
    Total HomeFX - 1800 Outdoor Theater Kit with 108" Inflatable Screen - Black
    Description

    The Total HomeFX Outdoor Theater Kit with Inflatable Screen takes outdoor entertainment to a whole new level by showing videos, movies and more outdoors. This sleek white projector is weather-resistant and comes with built-in speakers for superior sound. The inflatable projector screen is easy to set-up. Plug in the inflatable screen and it self-inflates with a continuous air flow fan and it quickly deflates when you're ready to it take down. Invite friends and family over for your very own backyard viewing party. Give new meaning to night games in your own backyard or project video games onto the big screen for the ultimate gaming experience! This complete set includes the 1800 Series Projector with 108" inflatable screen.Projector Buying Guide.Learn about projector types and find the right fit for your needs and space.Learn more

    7 Features
  • Home Theater Kit: Outdoor projector kit allows you to show your favorite movies, videos, games or family videos in your backyard.
  • Weather-Resistant Projector: Total HomeFX video projector stands up to the elements and can be used indoors and outdoors.
  • 1800 Projector: This projector features USB and HDMI inputs and has Bluetooth capabilities. Its included remote control is multifunctional for additional operations. And equipped with contrast ratio 2000:1 1800/55 brightness lumens.
  • Easy Assembly: The 108" inflatable projector screen is easy to set up, self-inflates with a continuous air flow fan and deflates quickly when ready to take down.
  • Rating: Outdoor Rated
  • Lumens: 1800 Lumens
  • Communication: Bluetooth and HDMI
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by tester, 6 out of 10
    not bad

    its okay product

    its okay product

    its okay product

    Jun 15, 2021 16:39
  • 6.0score