ELEPHAS Full Color 130" Portable LED Pico Projector £48.50 Sold by ELEPHAS TRADE and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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ELEPHAS Full Color 130" Portable LED Pico Projector £48.50 Sold by ELEPHAS TRADE and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 18th Mar 2016
Really cheap for a projector! Reviews also look quite pleasing.

rimary Function: Multimedia Mini LED Projector (Suitable for Ceiling Mount, Triop stand, Desktop)
Image system: TFT LCD
Lamp:LED
Special function: Keystone with manual correction
Native Resolution: 800*480p
Support Resolution: 1080p 720p
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Brightness: 1000 lumens
Contrast:1000:1
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Good price, I got one for 60, great for retro gaming or movies for kids. We used it so much I decided to upgrade to the optoma!
reviews can't be relied on, since amazon have grouped about 6 different products together
sunnygilluk

great for retro gaming


Oooh! I handn't thought of that. Nice with a Pi.
jsoap

reviews can't be relied on, since amazon have grouped about 6 different … reviews can't be relied on, since amazon have grouped about 6 different products together


Just refer to the reviews labelled with 'Colour Name: EPR-60'
jasonfrog

Just refer to the reviews labelled with 'Colour Name: EPR-60'


Thanks. Actually if you select "See all 398 customer reviews" a bunch of filter options come up, including one to show only Colour name EPR-60 (under all formats).
A quick search on youtube brings up a number of favourable video reviews altough it is known by various other names.

MM
If 800x480 (basic vga resolution, but wider format) is good enough for you for you, then fine.
It "accepts" 1080p or 720p and downsamples it to display just 800x480 pixels ...

But what with the number of "4k only, forget rubbish HD 1080" posts on the tv threads, I think a resolution this low is probably only a minority interest.
wdh

If 800x480 (basic vga resolution, but wider format) is good enough for … If 800x480 (basic vga resolution, but wider format) is good enough for you for you, then fine. It "accepts" 1080p or 720p and downsamples it to display just 800x480 pixels ... But what with the number of "4k only, forget rubbish HD 1080" posts on the tv threads, I think a resolution this low is probably only a minority interest.




Imagine sitting in a hot tub in the garden on a warm summer's eve, fine glass of wine (red in my case) watching a movie with this cheap yet effective bad boy...err yes please!

MM
Mire Mare

Imagine sitting in a hot tub in the garden on a warm summer's eve, fine … Imagine sitting in a hot tub in the garden on a warm summer's eve, fine glass of wine (red in my case) watching a movie with this cheap yet effective bad boy...err yes please!MM


"Sell the sizzle, not the sausage!"

I think that anyone with the garden, the hot tub and decent wine would want a better projector than this cheapie.
But don't let me spoil your dreams.
Mire Mare

Imagine sitting in a hot tub in the garden on a warm summer's eve, fine … Imagine sitting in a hot tub in the garden on a warm summer's eve, fine glass of wine (red in my case) watching a movie with this cheap yet effective bad boy...err yes please!MM



It's not bright enough at 1000 lumens which is more likely to be 300 at max
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