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P2B Projector
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Asus P2B Portable LED Projector

Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 350 ANSI lumens; Extras: Short throw, Speaker, …

The most obvious limitation of Asus' P2B is its low luminosity rating of just 350 lumens, but if you have a darkened room to hand, there's a lot to like about it: contrast is excellent, its

1 review

 

More information at: PC Advisor, 10/2013 Asus P2B review: an impressove ultra-portable projector Portable projectors are becoming both lighter and more powerful every day, and the P2B, with its 1.45kg and 1280 x 800 resolution is a good example of just how far these devices have come. … to review

GP 10
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BenQ GP10

HD-ready; Projector Type: DLP; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 550 ANSI lumens; …

The only problem that Trusted Reviews found with the GP10 was its weak contrast, but apart from that, it's a very likeable projector thanks to its sharp pictures, vivid colours and excellent

1 review | 1 opinion (Poor)

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 9/2013 BenQ GP10 The ultra-portable GP10 is aimed mainly at professionals, but its features make it look suitable also for movies and gaming. Trusted Reviews put it to the test. … to review

K-132
Acer K132

Full-HD; Projector Type: DLP; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 600 ANSI lumens; …

Those for whom portability is more important than extensive connectivity might find the K132 suits their needs owing mostly to its impressively light weight, but also its decent data and video

1 review

 

More information at: IT Reviews, 10/2013 Acer K132 If portability is an important criterion to you when choosing a projector, you might want to check out Acer's K132, the lightest 500-lumen model that IT Reviews have ever seen. … to review

 
BenQ Joybee GP2
BenQ Joybee GP2

HD-ready; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 200 ANSI lumens; Extras: Battery-operated, …

BenQ's Joybee GP2 is a portable mini LED projector and iPod dock. It has 200 lumens brightness, a 1280x800 resolution and a variety of inputs: VGA, UBS video, composite and HDMI. It has 1.3GB of

3 reviews

 

More information at: PC Advisor, 3/2012 BenQ JoyBee GP2 The Joybee GP2 from BenQ has the same exterior design as the previous Joybee device but some improvements have been made to the internal specifications. … to review

Philips PicoPix 1430
Philips PicoPix 1430

HD-ready; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 30 ANSI lumens

"... Video format support is ... impressive ... The PPX 1430 is a great little companion that'll give you a satisfying big screen experience in all sorts of situations, although it's

6 reviews | 89 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: ZDNet.de, 7/2011 A mini entertainer: Philips PicoPix PPX 1430 Pico projector The PicoPix PPX 1430 mini-projector fits into any pocket and can be used universally. It’s also able to project photos and videos on the go, be it from a laptop, a smartphone, a memory card or a hard drive. ‘ZDNet’ took a closer look at this miniature projector.

M150
SIM2 M.150

Full-HD; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 434 ANSI lumens; Extras: 3D-ready, Lens Shift

It might not be a popular technology, but LED projectors offer exceptional image quality and the M.150 is excellent proof. Its high brightness rating and complete lack of crosstalk make it ideal for

1 review

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 7/2012 Sim2 M.150 LED projectors once seemed to be ready to take over the market, but nowadays few manufacturers bother with them and only Sim2 is still firmly commited to this technology. What can we expect from its latest offering? … to review

MP 300
3M MP300

Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 60 ANSI lumens; Extras: Battery-operated, Speaker

IT Reviews lamented the lack of a VGA or USB Direct Display port on the MP300, but since most devices sport an HDMI output nowadays, this shouldn't be much of a problem. Elsewhere, it's …

1 review

 

P-300
AAXA Technologies P300

Full-HD; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 300 ANSI lumens; Extras: Battery-operated

If you absolutely need a projector that can run on batteries, the AAXA P300 is a good choice, since it offers very decent image quality and good brightness for something so small, but if you're

1 review

 

More information at: IT Reviews, 5/2013 AAXA P300 Pico Projector AAXA's P300 is possibly the brightest battery-operated projector on the market, making it a very interesting offering for road warriors, at least on paper. … to review

ViewSonic PLED-W200
ViewSonic PLED-W200

HD-ready; Projector Type: DLP; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 250 ANSI lumens; …

Despite some problems trying to get an even focus across the whole projection surface, Expert Reviews were quite taken with Viewsonic's PLED-W200, saying that its small size, high resolution,

1 review

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 7/2012 Viewsonic PLED-W200 Viewsonic's PLED-W200 is a small and lightweight portable projector whose ample connectivity should make it more versatile than most other propositions at this price point. Expert Reviews put it through its paces to see whether it's worth the outlay. … to review

Dell M110
Dell M110

HD-ready; Projector Type: DLP; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 300 ANSI lumens

Delivering surprisingly bright and vivid images for something so small, the M110 is a truly superb proposition. Its small size makes it a breeze to store and carry around, and it doesn't need a …

1 review | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

 
HX300
LG HX300G

HD-ready; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 300 ANSI lumens

What Laptop liked the LG HX300G's sleek, compact design. But while the projector itself is extremely light, the power pack weighs nearly as much, meaning that the whole thing is not quite as …

6 reviews

 

Pocket Cinema V-50
Aiptek PocketCinema V50

Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 50 ANSI lumens

There's no doubt that the Aiptek PocketCinema V50 is an superb device, says ComputerAct!ve, and they remark that if you truly need such a gadget, then this one offers good image quality and will …

3 reviews | 9 opinions (Above average)

 

Acer K330
Acer K330

HD-ready; Light source: LED

Acer's K330 is a small and relatively light business projector. It comes with a remote control, but there's also a control panel on the top of the unit and other settings are changed via …

1 review

 

H03
Samsung SP-H03

Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 30 ANSI lumens

The bulkiest and boxiest projector in the group, the SP-H03 nevertheless doesn't look half bad, mainly thanks to its glowing touch control panel. Know Your Mobile found its image quality to be …

5 reviews | 15 opinions (Above average)

 

Grand Cinema MICO50
SIM2 Grand Cinema MICO 50

Full-HD; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 800 ANSI lumens

With almost perfect colours and incredible blacks, the picture quality produced by the MICO 50 is, according to the EISA Awards, amazing. The LED technology means that the light source should last …

6 reviews

 

MP-180
3M MP180

Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 30 ANSI lumens

Of all the projectors in Know Your Mobile's round-up, the MP180 was the most disappointing. It sports features such as a touchscreen and WiFi, but they're fiddly to use, while its noise …

8 reviews | 5 opinions (Average)

 

Acer K11
Acer K11

HD-ready; Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 200 ANSI lumens

Sure the Acer K11 isn't perfect, seeing as it struggles with audio quality, lacks adjustable feet, and is a bit cumbersome for a portable projector. However, despite its flaws, MacWorld says …

6 reviews | 9 opinions (Above average)

 

T30 Pico
Aiptek Pocket Cinema T30

Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 15 ANSI lumens

“The Aiptek T30 is very easy to operate and delivers a bright, colourful picture whilst displaying low resolution signals well.”

3 reviews | 10 opinions (Above average)

 

3M MPro 110
3M MPro 110

Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 10 ANSI lumens

Larger than a phone and with micro-VGA and composite AV ports, 3M's MPro 110 has reasonable image quality, brightness and interpolated sizes. Mo keystoning is a drawback, and VGA adaptor cable …

5 reviews | 3 opinions (Above average)

 

Acer C20
Acer C20

Light source: LED; Projector brightness: 20 ANSI lumens

“Although Acer’s C20 Pico projector delivers everything you would expect from a portable projector, its blurred pictures and poor focus settings make actually using it a real nightmare.”

5 reviews | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

 

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Product information and further reviews for Projectors, Other

Jack of all Trades digital home 4/2010 - It’s hard to believe that the Emtec Theater T800 is an all-in-one projector, recorder and DVB-T receiver. We just had to test it out.

An LED premiere audiovision 3/2010 - Big and powerful: the first LED projector from the American manufacturer Runco looks as big as a tank. We’ll tell you just what this projector, fitted with the latest technology, can do. Review details: Single test. Test criteria were image quality (visual test HDMI, brightness, neutrality of mixed colours ...), operating noise and features.

Acer C20 LED Projector Micro Mart 1135 (2-8 December 2010) - Despite being little larger than the average smartphone, the Acer C20 is capable of projecting an image of up to 66" from around 3m away. For business people, teachers and movie buffs alike, that's an intriguing prospect. ...

Emtec Movie Cube Theatre T800 (320 GB) Computer Bild 18/2010 - Big screen cinema in your living room: the T800 projector enables you to project digital aerial TV (DVB-T) onto a wall/ big screen and can play films from its integrated hard drive. ‘COMPUTERBILD’ reveals whether this small lightweight is also able to display fantastic images.

Small and bright LED projector Focus Online 7/2010 - The Acer K 11 demonstrates how quickly LED projector technology has evolved. For a small projector of this kind it produces a surprisingly bright picture.

Acer K10 MacUser 4/2009 - The size of a Mac mini, Acer's K10 projector has a small 100 lumen output making it appropriate for room-sized presentation. What's special in the K10 is that it uses LEDs instead of standard and more energy-heavy lamps.

Optoma Pico PK301 Stuff TV 8/2010 - Around this time last year, we went walkabout with the first truly pocket-sized projector: Optoma's PK101. And frankly, once we'd seen past the allure of its design, we were underwhelmed. The thing just didn't chuck out enough light to actually do anything useful.

BenQ Joybee GP1 Computer Shopper 10/2009 - BenQ's Joybee GP1 is tiny - it literally fits in your hand - and weighs just 640g. This DLP projector achieves this feat by replacing the usual lamp and colour wheel with coloured LEDs.

BenQ JoyBee GP1 Stuff TV 10/2009 - BenQ’s JoyBee GP1 is another entry into the fast-growing and wonderfully gadgety world of pocket projectors. It’s capable of producing 80in pictures from a body that’s about as portable as a hardbook book - and that’s just the start of a surprisingly long list of attractions.

BenQ GP1 LED Portable Projector TrustedReviews 5/2009 - Portable projectors seem to be the hit of the year since their arrival some months ago. Things are moving fast, as BenQ's GP1 LED projector demonstrates. Small, light, aesthetically and ergonomically well-considered along with RCA, VGA and soon iPod connectors. Review details: Single Test. One portable LED projector was reviewed and rated on design, features, image quality, sound quality and value.

Acer K10 Computer act!ve 4/2009 - Replacing the standard and technologically ancient projector bulb with LEDs is ACER's K10 attempt at addressing bulb life and the design requirements of such illumination. But LEDs come at the price of far lower lumens, so how does this projector compare?

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