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DeepLee DP300 Mini Projector, Portable LED Projector Home Cinema Theater with PC Laptop USB/SD/AV/HDMI Pocket Projector for Video Movie Game Home Entertainment Projector - Black
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- Super Mini Size like a smartphone - Best choice under $55. A Portable Theater / Cinema! With 3.5mm Audio HDMI TF Card Slot USB, Perfect for Holiday Night Entertainment. Support input 5V/2A portable power bank supply(A 5000mAh Power Bank can last 3 hours)
- Small, but made for BIG things. Image size:24-60 Inches, Projection distance:1~3M.We suggest best Projection Distance:1.5-2M; best Projection Size:40~55 inches, which can make you obtain best User Experience
- High efficiency, simple, easy to operate it. Native resolution: 320*240; 400 lumen With LED light source; Contrast: 800:1; Multimedia support format: Audio file: MP3/WMA/OGG/AAG/FLAC/APE/WAV; Image file: JPEG/BMP/PNG; Video file: Full Format Support; Text file: TXT. YG300 projector removes the limitations imposed by screen size so you can rediscover mobile media.
- Pretty LOOK DESIGN -- Uses a new generation of American Bridgelux LED light source, the power consumption is 10W-24W, energy saving and environmental protection, no harm to eyesight. It is a good assistant for children education and ART WORK PROJECTION, and also an attractive children toys.
- Easy to take and travel. 4.7*3.4*1.9in mini Size and weight just 10oz: Notice: DeepLee YG300 is Not recommend for PPT or business presentation, ideal for home theater movies and video games in dark environment. Enjoying watching movie at home and outside for camping
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Boundless joy derives from this entertainment projector
Perfect for your family entertainment, play video games, watch movies, or view your favorite family clips straight from your camera, and also great toy projector for kids play and education.
▪NOT Recommended for business presentation, School education; This mini projector needs to be used in pitch black rooms in order to get good picture quality.
▪A WiFi display dongle or wireless HDMI adapter is needed if connecting to iPhone or iPad; a MHL cable is needed if you want to connect to your android devices (should support MHL function)
▪When you get outer device connected to this projector, please press "source" button to choose relative playing source.
PORTABLE DESIGN ◆ Sleek & stylish design, small and compact
Easy to take it everywhere with 4.7*3.4*1.9in and only 10oz.It's for wild imaginations and novel ideas, for indoor stargazing or blanket fort cartoon watching.
How to connect your phone:
To connect phone/pad, you need
1. a Lightning-to-HDMI adapter (for iOS) / a MHL-to-HDMI adapter (for Android)
2. a HDMI cable (which is not included in the package)
Or you can buy a Wireless HDMI Dongle to mirror your phone.
This is entry-level mini projector, Perfect for Holiday Night Entertainment.
Super Mini Size like a smartphone ◆ Best choice under $50
We suggest best Projection Distance:1.5-2M; best Projection Size:40~55 inches, which can make you obtain best User Experience
With long last 30000 hours life LED lamp,No need to spend hundreds of dollars on a replacement bulb after only a few years!
It is able to display pictures, movies, TV shows, videos, games on a large screen.
- Imaging unit: LCD
- Native resolution: 320x240 pixels (NOT HD)
- Brightness: 30 ANSI Lumen (ISO 400~600 Lumen)
- Color: 16770K
- Contrast: 800:1
- Support image scaling: 360 spin, be able to browse image in full screen
It support powered by 5V/2A portable power bank (2 hrs movie time with a 5000mAh one). Go Places and Take It with You, Or Stay Put and be Transported, A Portable Mobile Theater / Cinema!( Our product package is not included any powerbanks. This model is NOT a built-in battery version)
Notice:USB input port is only for memory stick and hard drive, not for iPhone/iPad or Android Phone.
This is entry-level mini projector.
Native Resolution is 320*240, Not HD(Think twice before order).
Attentive Suggestion- Not recommended for PowerPoints as well as business or teaching presentation since it needs to be used in dark environment. Besides, the size of image can only be adjusted by changing the distance.
Projection size: 24-60 inches
Multiple Functional- Input Interface: AV, USB, SD card, HDMI
- Output Interface: Loud speaker, Stereo headphone
- Plug a USB stick to enjoy your movie
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*** For verdict, scroll to the end to skip the details! ***
1. Light & Portable
2. Quieter than my other portable projector
3. A lot more affordable than my other portable projector
4. Crisp and clear enough for entertainment usage
5. USB input / Micro SD card input / HDMI input
1. It still need work on the resolution aspect to compete with bigger LED projector
2. No Wifi connection
DeepLee was unheard of to me, however I found them while browsing Amazon for a mobile projector. I wanted something that can project a stronger image as compared to my Innoio Smart Beam, my previous experience with Innoio Smart Beam is quite bad, thus I decided not to use them anymore.
Anyway, as usual I got attracted by the price and one of the model with the input battery, however I was thinking to try out the non-battery version since I won’t be taking outdoor for now. The projector reached me pretty fast since I am a Prime member and I have tested it out. Lets look at how it is
First Impression – [Good]
Looking at the box, I expected it to be heavy, however it was quite light as the LED projector itself is light. It is slightly heavier than the weight of my Galaxy S7 Edge. Inside it, is a soft foam box holding and protecting the LED Projector inside and all the accessories. It came with
1x LED Projector
1x Remote Control
1x Adapter (US)
1x Multi media cable for input to the LED
All the essentials are in and it looks good.
I like the weight of this LED Projector, even though it is slightly heavier than my Galaxy S7 Edge, it is lighter than expected. It is rectangular and it will be easy for us to store in our bags, briefcase and other carrying bags. I am still quite pleasantly surprised at the light weight of this LED Projector.
Built Quality (9.5/10)
The LED Projector is made of plastic, thus it can achieve the light weight, however every corner of the LED Projector is firm, and no part of the LED Projector suggested any poor workmanship. There is no part that is filmsy, and nothing to have me doubt the durability of it.
That being said, it is just the first impression, we will still need to work on it and have time to tell us the whole story. For now, it is 9.5
Options for Inputs – 4
There are 4 options for us to have our content played through the LED Projector,
1. Multi Media Cable
4. Micro SD
One of the reason why I decided to try them out is because of the USB and Micro SD input option. It made things a lot easier. As most of the time I used USB to transfer and store my media content, it makes sense for me to just plug it a USB and play it from there. I like the convenience of it.
Well perhaps what I felt they can do more is to make it wireless, have a wifi connection too, it will come in handy for many of us. However for the price, I thought it will be too much to ask for that.
Image Resolution (8.5/10)
I find it good enough, you will need at least about 1 metre away from the wall to get a clear image, there is a rolling flip on the left side of the lamp for you to adjust the clarity of the image projected. It will usually be on the top. I don’t find anything wrong with it, just that I do not know if technology can permits such a small lamp to project image closer to the resolution and clarity of the bigger ones we used in our conference room.
A score of 8.5 is because of me hoping this to have a resolution similar to bigger projector, which it is not possible as of now.
Fan Noise (9/10)
All projectors produce a certain level of fan noise and this is a non-exception. It achieved a high score here is because there is little noise coming out, it will be drowned when you are watching your movies through this little LED Projector. Initial startup, its noise is clearly audible, however after you on your media content, the fan noise will not be heard. It will be a distraction to you
This is for you if you are looking for the following qualities
2. Affordable LED Projector
3. USB / Micro SD Card input options
*** Verdict ***
User Experience – Excellent
Due to its weight, portability, low level of fan noise, and 4 different options of inputs, I prefer this projector over my previous Innoio Smart Beam. I like the convenience that the different input options bring and the remote control that allows me to control the LED projector while sitting comfortably on my seat and my chair.
If you are looking for one with a wireless connection, this is not for you. I felt that for professional presentation, this might still not be up to mark, thus together with the lack of Wifi, I gave it a score of 8.5. However if you are like me, doesn’t mind it to be wired and use it just for entertainment purposes, you can try this out! If you do not like it, at least you can still ask for a full refund!
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I'll let you run through the description and reviews, as there's little to expand upon, but will point out some things not discussed, as well as a couple things I wish it had. I have hooked it up to Google Chromecast, and it is rather good quality, but my smartphone (Samsung J7) does not support direct hookup via MHL-to-HDMI cable.
This CAN display in 4:3, 16:9, and "auto" (whatever that is) aspect ratios. (Edit: The "Auto" setting is exactly what is says it is; it automatically displays the video's correct aspect ratio, even today's more "standardized" 2.35:1.) There are two ways to change from the default 320x240: one, the main menu, under "movies", or two, during playback, hit "ok" on the remote, and hit the "right" button until you get to the second page of the on-screen menu (where you can find more options, like frame advance, and zoom). In fact, there are quite a number of adjustments one can make via those two methods, including EQ (2 different EQs: a five-band, and a simple bass/treble control), and aspect ratio, among others.
If you take the time to look through the various menus, you'll find quite a bit of customization available.
For those having trouble focusing their picture, one method that's about as precise as one can get, is to use the on-screen menu (press "ok" during video playback), and focus on the elapsed/remaining time, or other word on that particular screen. Not scientific, but since there is some sort of sweet spot where you can optimize focus without pixellation (around a 6' throw), every little bit helps.
Wishes: One, a bit brighter... I know, but still a little makes a big difference. Two, an actual zoom lens (though there are zoom controls of sorts in the on-screen menu mentioned above)... it would certainly aid in focusing, in addition to customizing the actual size of the picture. And three, the menus of my media need revamping... the listings are under 10 characters, so for example, I have Star Trek TOS and TNG full seasons on my thumb drive... so while I might be able to see what season/episode I'm selecting, there's no room for the title (a non-grid listing option is sorely needed). (Edit: If you're watching a movie, the on-screen menu has a choice on the second page, called "playlist", which shows titles - only a few more characters, but a huge improvement - of all videos in the folder where you are watching the video from. Still, this could be greatly improved with a more detailed "list" mode.)
Pros: Better-than-expected quality, several source options (USB, HDMI, SD Card), digging into menus unearths some customization, pretty close to plug-and-play, small size, loud speaker
Cons: Picture on the dim side, could benefit from a zoom lens, instructions could use some expansion/clarification, on-screen menu of your media limited to under 10 characters (so you might not know exactly what you're selecting; setting up subfolders helps), some small graphics are unreadable, possibly including subtitles (but not nearly as bad as some reviews make it out to be).
Again, this is a sub-$50 projector, so don't expect movie theater quality. But all in all, this is a surprisingly good little unit (I put this on a tripod, swung it up 90 degrees so it shot on the ceiling, plugged in a 64Gb thumb drive, and watched "Apocalypse Now" last night, and it wasn't bad at all.) For what it is, it packs a lot of features, but this isn't the unit to project on the side of your house for neighborhood shindigs; more like an apartment, bedroom, den, or maybe a living room. If you're looking for something small (a camera bag or GPS case makes a nice carrying case for this and its accessories), just to see what a projector can do, before sinking a bunch of money into a higher quality projector, or you're looking for something to carry around as a backup projector for a powerpoint presentation, this could be the unit for you. Just don't expect IMAX quality.
Sound wise, I kind of cheated. I didn't even try the built in speaker. I have a cheap and old surround sound unit in a box in my garage that i used for audio.
The one thing that makes me deduct a star is the remote that came with the projector arrived completely dead.. I tried a couple different sets of batteries and nothing made it work. Luckily you can select your input device with the buttons on top of the unit.