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ELEPHAS Mini Portable Projector Wifi DLP HD Pico 3D Video Pocket Projector only £108.99 -  Sold by Glomark Source and Fulfilled by Amazon
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ELEPHAS Mini Portable Projector Wifi DLP HD Pico 3D Video Pocket Projector only £108.99 - Sold by Glomark Source and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 25th Oct 2019

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  • 【Advanced DLP from Texas instruments】our DLP projector use advanced digital Micro mirror device. Dmd is made up of more than 1.3 million microlenses. Delicate imaging and 4000 Lumens full HD 1080p give you an unparalleled picture quality
  • 【Support 3D movies】 The RD606 Series supports multiple 3D modes. Enjoy the most realistic and exciting movies. All you need is a pair of Active DLP link 3D Glasses (not Included) to seamlessly synchronize it with the image for an awesome 3D experience
  • 【Wi-fi and youtube ready】 you can enjoy online massive videos via the you tube and koala apps preloaded after you connecting the projector to the internet. (Netflix does not support the screen Mirroring.)
  • 【3x auto Keystone range】the auto Keystone function enables the projected image adjusted automatically and effective range is 40°, which is 3 times that of a normal projector. Easily to use and get rid of cumbersome manual Adjustments
  • 【Embedded large capacity battery】large capacity battery is enough for you to watch an epic blockbuster. It can also be charged by a power bank, which makes a mobile theatre that you can take anywhere possible. Enjoy movie nights with family and friends in the wild
  • 【Lightweight and Portable】The beetle-shaped projector delivers high portability for a very convenient cinematic experience with its compact design. ( We can provide free replacement if the remote control or tripod stand is damaged.)
  • 【Wireless screen sharing】 with a wireless mirroring function, you are able to share videos, photos and apps through phones or tablets devices. No need to bring cumbersome cables with you
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If they don't mention the resolution then they don't want you to know it so don't buy it.
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4000 lumens and 1080p? Really? I think you should think twice about getting this, you'll never get a 4000 lumens projector for this price. My Crenova, Chinese brand is advertised as 3000 lumens and I bet it does not have more than 100. My LG is 1000 and is probably 10 times brighter.
I like the portability factor, the question is why the proper brands can make portable of only 100-200 lumens and not brighter. Perhaps this is another question to ask yourself.
My Crenova was about £150, got it reduced to £60 and when wanted to return it, they gave me £30 back, so I kept it as it was ok for this price.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 25th Oct 2019
OllieSt25/10/2019 10:37

Is this a better machine/deal?


See my comment please. It depends what you want it for. My Chinese projector can only be used in a pitch dark room and only for cartoons, the image is not good. If you want it for kids, maybe ok, otherwise look for a used proper projector.
I hate the descriptions on projectors... everywhere says 1080p this and 1080p that - but native resolution of the projector is

800 x 480 Pixels


all the 1080p mean that it accepts the input...


Grrrr....
sheffield78825/10/2019 10:41

See my comment please. It depends what you want it for. My Chinese …See my comment please. It depends what you want it for. My Chinese projector can only be used in a pitch dark room and only for cartoons, the image is not good. If you want it for kids, maybe ok, otherwise look for a used proper projector.


I have a Chinese projector and am really impressed with it.

For what I need it for (using it a couple of times a week for film night with the kids) it's more than bright enough in a dimly lit room (still have the fishtank and geko lights on) and that's at around 100inch projection.

When I projected it onto the kitchen wall it was very good even in the day (at around 70 inches).

I think if it's something you are going to be using every day in daylight for normal television then it's worth spending several hundreds of pounds, but in a dimly lit room for film night twice a week some of these projectors are fine.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 25th Oct 2019
Top tip:
If they don't mention the resolution then they don't want you to know it so don't buy it.
You're welcome.
ImmaTellOnYou25/10/2019 11:00

Top tip:If they don't mention the resolution then they don't want you to …Top tip:If they don't mention the resolution then they don't want you to know it so don't buy it.You're welcome.


It mentions it:

"【Advanced DLP from Texas instruments】our DLP projector use advanced digital Micro mirror device. Dmd is made up of more than 1.3 million microlenses. Delicate imaging and 4000 Lumens full HD 1080p give you an unparalleled picture quality"
Dragon3225/10/2019 11:18

I have a Chinese projector and am really impressed with it.For what I need …I have a Chinese projector and am really impressed with it.For what I need it for (using it a couple of times a week for film night with the kids) it's more than bright enough in a dimly lit room (still have the fishtank and geko lights on) and that's at around 100inch projection.When I projected it onto the kitchen wall it was very good even in the day (at around 70 inches).I think if it's something you are going to be using every day in daylight for normal television then it's worth spending several hundreds of pounds, but in a dimly lit room for film night twice a week some of these projectors are fine.


I agree, we only used our occasionally and I was ok with it at the beginning. However, after I've got the LG which was supposed to be 3 times less light, and in fact is 10 times brighter, and also the quality of the image way better, I realised the Chinese ones claim high specs when in fact do not have this. My LG is still for dark rooms.
I guess it depends what you use it for, how often and more important, how much you pay. I believe the RRP claimed by the Chinese ones is not true at all. For under £100, some of them may be ok for light use. What is over...I strongly believe you get better value with an used traditional branded projector.
Philips does some portable projectors with battery, wireless and so on, they sell for £200-300+, and only have 100-200 lumens, if 4000 lumens was achievable, I am sure they would have done it. This tells me it is almost impossible to have a projector so bright at such a low price.
I know a proper projector to replace a TV is £500-1000, but I am not even thinking to get such thing.
I guess you can only judge the quality if you compare it with a decent projector, we really thought the Chinese one was fine, until we got the LG. Which is not great, but it is decent.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 25th Oct 2019
Native 800x480 oof. 4000 lumens is a complete lie too.
glancy25/10/2019 11:30

It mentions it:"【Advanced DLP from Texas instruments】our DLP …It mentions it:"【Advanced DLP from Texas instruments】our DLP projector use advanced digital Micro mirror device. Dmd is made up of more than 1.3 million microlenses. Delicate imaging and 4000 Lumens full HD 1080p give you an unparalleled picture quality"



That's written to make you think the output is 1080p but it's not. 1.3 million microlenses is a giveaway because a DMD should have as many mirrors as there are pixels, so it should have 2 million not 1.3.

It supports 1080p input but only 800x480 output. If I sold you a TV that supported DVD players as inputs and only had one pixel to display them on you'd be a bit miffed.
glancy25/10/2019 11:30

It mentions it:"【Advanced DLP from Texas instruments】our DLP …It mentions it:"【Advanced DLP from Texas instruments】our DLP projector use advanced digital Micro mirror device. Dmd is made up of more than 1.3 million microlenses. Delicate imaging and 4000 Lumens full HD 1080p give you an unparalleled picture quality"


Yep, they do, but at 4000 lumens this will be very high specs and probably the main selling point. So will be clearly and visibly advertised probably on each side of the box and everywhere in the description. Moreover, advertised as 1080p, but only as input, what's even the point to have it full HD if you do not have it as output.
There is no way a full HD, 4000 lumens, portable, 3D, supporting Miracast to cost so little.
I'm not saying this does not worth the price, I am saying can we trust a brand claiming specs that certainly this projector does not have? For portability and Miracast, I think I would have been interested, it is difficult to find a proper brand with these features at a low price. For quality, certainly a used proper brand will be better. As much as I like the portability factor and other tech, you do not find with the established brands, or you find them but at very high prices and quite bulky projectors, I believe the seller should be honest in description, this is what puts me off.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 25th Oct 2019
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