|Hardware Interface||Bluetooth, USB, HDMI|
|Mounting Hardware||User Guide, HDMI® Cable, USB Charging Cable, KODAK LUMA 150 Portable Wireless Projector|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||150 Inches|
|Image Brightness||150 lm|
|Image Contrast Ratio||1000: 1|
|Screen Resolution||854 x 480|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Ion|
|Refresh rate||480 Hz|
|Total Usb Ports||1|
|Connector Type||Micro USB, HDMI|
|Device interface - primary||Buttons|
|Mounting type||Ceiling Mount|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Product Dimensions||7.87 x 7.87 x 2.21 cm; 454 Grams|
|Item Weight||454 g|
|Item Model Number||RODPJS150|
|Batteries||1 AAA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||7 May 2019|
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|Hardware interface||Bluetooth, USB, HDMI|
|Mounting type||Ceiling Mount|
About this item
- From smartphone to the big screen pocket projector produces bright, vivid video & imaging up to 150” for amazing home entertainment; watch movies, stream netflix, view pictures or give presentations anywhere a wall is available
- Multiple methods for viewing versatile device comes w/ hdmi & micro usb cables for hookup to camera, storage drive, pc, laptop & other compatible devices go wireless w/ mobile-to-projector mirroring via airplay & miracast
- Stunning 16:9 projection device boasts 50 ansi lumen brightness led lamp, 854 x 480 resolution, supports 4k resolution & 1000:1 contrast ratio for crystal clear widescreen imaging; watch hd video, play 4k games & share family photographs w/ brilliant color & clarity
- Designed for easy portability includes built-in speaker & sleek illuminated onboard controls so you can watch & listen on demandpowers via rechargeable battery up to 2.5 hrs
- The ultimate multimedia companion tiny projector makes a wonderful gift idea for home, office or business beyond entertainment, use it to enlarge images for staff meetings, instructional seminars, product conventions & more
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A complete waste of money. I have asked for a refund.
... What were you guys thinking??? You designed a lemon. The processor in your snazzy portable projector isn't powerful enough to properly handle the playback of movies without some serious lag issues. How do I know this? Because the ONLY WAY you can avoid lag is if you connect an HDMI connector and play directly from the that, which uses almost no processor power.
If you try to stream using the Internet (with a router connected directly to a fiber optic line (1 gigabit symmetric connection) that sits mere FEET away from the projector), it LAGS. No joke!! IT LAGS!! And it LAGS BAD!!
If you try to load a video using the USB stick, IT LAGS. So it's not the network since USB2.0 is faster than WiFi. BUT IT LAGS playing back using USB!! So that means the problem is not the network, or the USB, but the processor trying to read the data off of the USB!!
If you try to connect via Bluetooth, IT LAGS.
EVERY WAY WE TRIED caused serious LAG issues EXCEPT if we connected it directly to HDMI. And the reason it works with HDMI is because the laptop or computer processor does all the work and just sends the video signal directly to the Kodak projector, so the Kodak projector's processor is not involved in HDMI connections.
I'm a hardware design engineer, so I understand completely how this works.
What amazes me most is that KODAK, a GIANT (once) amongst the visual industry, designed a LEMON!! Where was their quality control??? It takes a 10 year old less than 5 minutes to realize this doesn't work very well. Certainly not well enough to satisfy even a 10 year old. How could the monkeys at KODAK not test this before they released it??? Seriously KODAK... SERIOUSLY!!!
KODAK... you used to make fantastic film. How on earth are you going to recover a quality name by putting out a hardware device that doesn't SURPASS expectations, like your film used to do??? This hardware you have developed is useless. It has EVERYTHING you might want, except that it CAN'T PROJECT A VIDEO WITHOUT LAGGING!!
Whoever designed this device needs to be fired. Whoever quality controlled this should also be fired. And you might as well fire every other manager who managed to hire those people, because their skills in designing a quality device that should match your company's name are SUB-PAR. I could buy a knockoff piece of Chinese junk that performs better than this!! Come on KODAK... this is horrible!! You had a shot at making something great. The android operating system is fantastic! The connectivity is great! But the sucker is so damn slow playing back videos, it's painful to watch anything with it. I'm astounded a company as mature as KODAK messed this up so badly. I'm VERY disappointed and will forever question purchasing anything with the KODAK name because of this.
This thing should be priced closer to $50, not the three digit value they pretend it's worth.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 January 2021