The best projector I have bought!
Reviewed in the United States on 3 December 2020
I bought this projector because of the native 1080p definition it has, and it's a great projector for the price! I'm so very happy I bought this one instead of the other ones costing around $300 bucks. The first projector I bought, was the Vankyo Leisure 3 projector, and that one wasn't so bad for the price, but it's not 1080p quality, which I thought it was, but anyways, I returned it back and bought this one.. Okay, so the projector is very, very clear image on our Vankyo 4K projector screen (we bought it here on Amazon for about $30 bucks), and the buttons themselves are touch buttons, and adjusting the mini tripod it came with was tricky, but doable once you get the hang of working with it. Our screen is 120 inches, we have a backdrop stand that I was able to use with it, and the backdrop stand fits up to 8 x 10 backdrops, and projector screens. It was a perfect fit! The projector has many inputs, a few hdmi, usb, aux, etc.. and because it's bluetooth/wifi compatible, I have not yet tried connecting my phone to the projector yet, but that's one of the things I plan to do and find out how the screen will look like.. every projector has their pros and cons, so I guess one of the cons would be when using a laptop to connect to the projector via usb-c to hdmi (I have a MacBook Pro 2020, Apple M1 version), sometimes adjusting the resolution is beneficiary, especially when you want the best quality. It defaults at 1080p resolution, but adjusting it to 1600 x 900 might be better, depending on what your using it for.. like using the projector for movies, you don't have to adjust the resolution because it looks great, but if you're presenting a word document or a powerpoint presentation, then you might have to adjust the resolution yourself so that you can get clearer text on the screen.. when I showed my desktop on the big screen, in 1080p resolution, the top where the clock is and the icons are were pretty blurry from 16ft away, but once we played the movie, the resolution was great! So it really depends on your device and your settings, how far the projector is, etc.. I meant to take pictures when we used it, but it was cold outside, and everyone was in a rush to clean up and go inside the warm house. Maybe next time we use it I'll try to take some photos and upload them here. Also, the sound is a con for us because in an office or small to medium size room, the sound is loud, but the more people and the bigger the room, the sound was not loud enough for everyone to hear, so a bluetooth speaker or some kind of other audio equipment is recommended for huge rooms and for outside entertainment.. The sound quality was okay, but could use an improvement. Also, I had to manually adjust the sound output on my MacBook Pro to connect to the bluetooth speaker we have, so having to do that manually with the current connections used was a pain, but at least it works, right? Well, thanks for reading, and I hope this review helps with deciding which projector to buy.
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