|Item Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||8.9 x 6.7 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||PU2_B|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PU2_B|
Rienar 24W Mini Multimedia LCD Image System LED Projector with SD / USB / AV / VGA /HDMI Port
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- Mini multimedia LCD image system LED projector, projects a brilliant image onto your wall
- Listen using the built-in speakers or plug into the headphone jack (not included) to keep the noise down. With remote controller, convenient for you to use
- Runs at 4:3 aspect ratio, connect your video game console or DVD player through the AV connector
- Specially designed for game playing, plastic case material
- Manual focus adjustable, super bright LED light
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Product Specifications: Model No.: mini projector Projection System: LCD Projection Image Size: 20-120 INCH Native Resolution: 320 x 240 Max. Resolution: 1920 x 1080 LED brightness: 400LM Color: 16770K Power: 24W Contrast Ratio: 300:1 Aspect Ratio:support 4:3/16:9 Focus: Manual Projection Distance: 1 ~3.8m Video Format: MPEG1 / MPEG2 / MPEG4 / RM RMVB / H264 / MOV / MJPEG / FLV / VC1 / DivX Picture Format: JPEG / BMP / PNG Music Format: MP3 / WMA/ M4A Interfaces: ----3.5mm Earphone hole ----AV-In ----Standard USB port ----HDMI port Size: 127 x 126 x 56 mm / 4.953 x 4.914 x 2.184 inch Net Weight: 429g / 15.13oz Color: black Package Contents: 1 x Projector 1 x Remote Controller 1 x Power Adapter 1 x AV-IN Cable 1 x User Manual
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First things first, this is an example of "almost" false advertising, you see it say "maximum resolution: 1920x1080", and that is true, the maximum resolution it can TAKE IN, NOT PROJECT is 1920x1080.
Now me as a college student ignorant about lighting and projection saw 1920x1080 and said, "this a steal!" and bought it. After buying and messing around with it, I really discovered what was going on.
For one, maximum resolution and native resolution are 2 different things. max is what it can take in, native is what it can put out. So yeah, you guessed it, this thing takes high quality video game, movie, and computer images and downgrades them to a measly 320x240 , that's not even better than the gamecubes quality, never mind any console from the 2000's up.
So if you're looking for a steal, you sir, ma'am, person, have come to the wrong place.
Now don't get me wrong, this thing does what it says it will do, and it does it well! It really is quite a quiet machine (if you use the audio cables, if you turn up the volume, it has an annoying buzzing sound while it plays audio), and the projection is fairly bright. In a fairly dim room, you can see the screen just fine. Along with that, this truly is a gaming projector, it has minimal lag, if you stare long and hard enough, you'll see the tiniest bit, and in a fast-paced game like Mario or Need for Speed, it isn't noticeable unless you're a hardcore gamer (I would define myself as such) and even then, it won't slow you down much.
And it is as they say, this thing can get a really wide projection, i haven't found a wall big enough but it can easily span a clear projection with a 5 foot diagonal for my dorm room.
And you know, if you're a retro gamer, anything gamecube quality or worse will play GREAT on this machine, believe it! But don't expect anything better out of this, it is a 320x240 projector.
Me, I am a retro gamer (if you can call the gamecube retro) so I am not going to go storming back demanding my money. That said, I don't want you to do what I did and mock all my friends for buying $400 TV's, saying I'm going to get a projector that can do just as good a picture as yours can and then find out what it really does. Especially since I have to figure how I'm going to throw that story under the rug.... :/
Still, I gave 2 out of 5 stars because I wanted people to read the reviews and see what was wrong with this console, or at least not be deceived by it's sneaky placement of facts. They could've simply said "displays crisp 320x240 pixel image, good for retro gamers!!" and the people it attracted would be happy with their purchase. But now they have guys like me typing this review instead going to class which starts in like 15 minutes, and I still haven't done the homework for it yet.... So with that I end it here.
But one last thing, if your looking for a good projector, less than 150, then there must be a problem or something about it you haven't seen yet.
And remember, NATIVE RESOLUTION IS WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR, NOT MAXIMUM RESOLUTION.
Now have a wonderful day and please pray I'm not late for class and that my teacher is not checking homework today.
The amount of light is good in a dark room or in my case a darkened yard at night. Quality is only SD but looks good at 10+ feet. Speaker is ok but I added some external powered speakers so it could be heard in my yard.
I'm considering buying another one to use for next year.
I bought this as a cheap projector to simply be able to project an image an trace it for some artwork. 320x240 is, what I sadly found out, a very low resolution. Unless you're wanting to project Atari-worthy images, you just need to shell out some more cash for a decent product.