AAXA’s P7 differentiates itself from cheaper mini projectors by offering a true HD (1920×1080) DLP optical engine, for crisp images up to 120″ diagonal (in low light). It’s also got a nice loud speaker. It’ll run on AC, or its 38-watt rechargeable battery runs for up to 90 minutes. They also offer a somewhat larger model with 4K resolution.
BenQ’s mid-range TK800M projector offers up high-end features like true 4K resolution with HDR support, and a DMD DLP panel that produces colorful, razor sharp images from 60″ to 200″ diagonal. Its light source cranks out an impressive 3000 lumens, making it suitable for brightly-lit rooms.
VAVA’s laser projector outputs 4K images with HDR10 support. It can can create up to a 150″ display from just 7.2″ away from the projection surface. It’s rated at 6000 lumens, and its light source lasts up to 25,000h. It’s even bright enough to use in daylight with the proper screen.
The Puppy Cube is an Android-based 720p ultra short throw projector. What makes it unique is its desktop touchscreen mode that simulates a 23″ tablet. You can also use it as a wall projector for up to a 100″ display. It has HDMI, USB, AirPlay, Miracast and DLNA inputs.
The second generation of LG’s CineBeam short-throw 4K laser projector has a horizontal orientation, making it easy to mount on any flat surface. It can create a 90″ image at 2″ away, and a 120″ at 7″ away. It can be operated via voice commands. Drops 2019.
The second version of Anker’s Nebula Prizm II is twice the price of its predecessor, but it’s resolution has been significantly increased, from just 480p to 1080p. It can create up to a 120″ display has up to 40º keystone correction, and has USB and HDMI inputs.
Anker improves on its popular Nebula Capsule portable projector. It now projects a 720p screen, has Google Chromecast and Google Assistant built-in, charges fast via USB-C, and has 1-second autofocus. It still lets you access Android apps and plug-in via HDMI and USB.
Fujifilm has developed an ultra short throw projector that has a lens that rotates on two axes. This allows for more options when mounting the device, as well as the option to aim at various surfaces – floor, wall, ceiling – without moving the device itself.
Enjoy videos on the go with Sony’s new MP-CD1 pocket portable projector. It weighs under 10z and is as small as a smartphone. Yet it shines up to 105 lumens and projects up to a 120″ 854×480 video. It accepts HDMI/MHL input and recharges via USB-C. It’s also a power bank.
Kodak’s DLP Cube Mobile S6 pico projector literally fits in the palm of your hand. It can create up to a 100″ screen and has a resolution of 854×480. It has an HDMI input, a microSD card slot, and supports AirPlay and Miracast. It lasts up to 2h per charge.
The successor to Nebula’s popular Mars portable projector runs Android 7.1 for greater compatibility with streaming apps and services. It also runs for an extra hour at up to 4 hours per charge. It projects a 720p image at up to 150″ and has fast autofocus.
The Nebula Mars’ little brother. Anker’s Nebula Capsule is a pico projector and speaker that’s the size and shape of a soda can. It can project an 854×480 display at up to 100″. It has a microUSB port and an HDMI port, and can also mirror the screen of mobile devices.
Hisense’s new 4K TV is actually a home theater package built around an impressive short throw laser projector. It comes with a 100″ Black Diamond projection screen. The projector itself has Harman Kardon speakers with a separate subwoofer, a TV tuner and streaming apps.
The Cinemood Storyteller is a portable projector that is pre-loaded with over 100 hours of kid-friendly media, including videos, games and books. It can also stream from YouTube and play videos from a USB source. It also has a blue light filter to reduce eye strain.
Watching movies in a true IMAX theater can be an overwhelmingly amazing experience. Projectionist John Ruddock shows us that preparing the expensive equipment can also be intense. There’s a surprising amount of manual setup involved in playing a 70mm IMAX film.
We got a chance to check out Sony’s nifty compact LSPX-P1 short throw projector, and found it to be a great way to add a splash of art, color, light, or movement to any flat surface – from walls to desktops to floors. Check out our full review on Technabob.
A compact projector that outputs up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, thanks to a bright laser projection system. Has full HD resolution, packs wireless connectivity for mirroring content from smart devices, and pairs with Bluetooth speakers. The LG HF80JA debuts at CES 2017.
The Spontaneous Pop Up Display (SPUD) is a 720p pico projector which sits behind a 24″ 16:9 projection screen. The screen opens up like an umbrella, then folds over the projector when not in use. The whole setup weighs less than 2lb. The projector lasts up to 10h per charge.
This palm-sized projector measures just 2″ x 2″ x 1.9″, projects images up to 120″ diagonally, and connects connects via HDMI to iOS, PCs, game consoles or media players, via MHL to Android devices, or plays files stored on microSD. Save 16% in The Awesomer Shop.