7" Tablet with portable Projector £239.99 Sold by ExquizonEU and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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7" Tablet with portable Projector £239.99 Sold by ExquizonEU and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 8th Mar
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Windows 10 Tablet
Projector:
300 ANSI Lumens
1280 x 720 native resolution

Specifications:
Touch Screen Display: 7.0 HD (1280*800) LCD
Battery: 46.2WH
OS: Windows 10 32bit
CPU: Intel® Cherry Trail-T3 8300(up to 1.84G)
Resolution ratio: 1280*720/DPP3438
Brightness: approx.4500 lumen (=300 ANSI Lumen)
Foucs Operation: Auto Focus
Keystone Correction: Auto V-keystone correction
Dimension: 182*130*35mm
Weight: 780g

Package Includes
1 x Smart3 Projector
1 x Wireless Mouse (Fly Mouse)
1 x Power adapter
1 x HDMI Cable
1 x User manual
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9 Comments
Seems good tech .. have some heat op!
300 lumens only? My new projector is 3100 and that is barely ok in the day with a somewhat covered window. I would avoid personally - sorry.
For £800/£400/£240 it's an expensive brick with a window stuck on it lol

Why do people post this crap ?

maxmix
Edited by: "maxmix" 8th Mar
7” is not big enough... apparently
They used to do phones with pico projectors on that never took off, so not really something most would look for in a tablet, especially when a better / bigger tablet and pocket projector together would cost less.
Zoea4 h, 40 m ago

300 lumens only? My new projector is 3100 and that is barely ok in the day …300 lumens only? My new projector is 3100 and that is barely ok in the day with a somewhat covered window. I would avoid personally - sorry.


You wouldn't project an image of the same size with this as a dedicated projector. Smaller size means greater brightness. I ran through a projector brightness calculator and apparently this would be fine with the lights off up to 60" diagonal.
nice idea, but a bit pricey
Zoea6 h, 59 m ago

300 lumens only? My new projector is 3100 and that is barely ok in the day …300 lumens only? My new projector is 3100 and that is barely ok in the day with a somewhat covered window. I would avoid personally - sorry.


Clearly, you don't understand what 'ANSI' lumens are! A bit of education for you:
differencebetween.net/tec…ns/
Thanks OP. Great post.

First of all, it's a shame it's been voted cold and commented on by people who have not used it.

I've seen this in action and it's pretty amazing and a total steal at this price.

Pros: 

- Very sharp and clear image (can be used for training presentation as PowerPoint and  Excel text can be clearly read).

- Auto focus (works amazingly well...no fiddling with focus knobs).

- Auto keystone correction (again works very well)

- Very rare to find a projector with Windows 10 built in (most have Android 4.4).

- Has HDMI "IN" therefore can be used with any hdmi source including Chromecast and firesticks (which can be powered off the tablets usb ports. 

- Miracast works great (tested with Samsung S8)

- Very loud and clear for such a small device.

- Battery built in and has stamina.

- unlike other tablet projectors this one actually has a screw hole for mounting to tripod.

Now the main part...the lumens....it's got 300 ANSI lumens ....having seen this next to it's rivals (Lenovo Yoga Pro projector *50 lumens and the ZTE Spro 2 *200 lumens).... this Exquizon Smart 3 blows  the other two (far more expensive devices) away.

Cons:

- no camera (usb camera can be used like any other windows pc).

- no microphone (usb mics can be used like any other windows pc).

- no backup media in the box or website and that includes the lack of the all important projection software

- no micro sd slot ( but has one usb 3 and one usb 2 slots)

Sure you can probably but a higher ANSI lumens projector for this amount of money but it's not going to have windows 10 built in or have a 7 inch touchscreen or be totally portable.

£240 is the bargain of the year. 
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