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Vankyo Leisure 510 HD projector £117.99 - Sold by VAN DIRECT and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Vankyo Leisure 510 HD projector £117.99 - Sold by VAN DIRECT and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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  • [Home Cinema Projector:] Native Resolution: 1280*800 with 1080p supportive, contrast ratio: 3000:1, aspect ratio: auto/4:3/16:9, all to provide remarkable color accuracy and true-to-life home cinematic experience.
  • [Remarkable Audio Quality:] VANKYO HD projector takes advantage of the device’s quality sound by its double built-in 3W stereo speakers to guarantee excellent audio support; users can also connect with external speaker for music.
  • [Versatile Connectivity& High Format Compatibility:] VANKYO HD Projector has 1 VGA, USB, 5V Output, AV, Audio, Micro SD Card Slot and 2 HDMI ports to connect with multimedia devices. Users can just watch videos, movies and games; it also supports a wide variety of video format thanks to its built-in multimedia engine.
  • [Widescreen HD Entertainment Projector:] Offering a 44”-200” display size at a distance of between 1.5m-5.6m with an unbeatable image quality. this projector provides you with a superior home-viewing experience with the best viewing distance 10 feet with 98 inches.
  • [Portable Smartphone Connection:] LEISURE 510 projector is compatible with smartphones, which help to offer a wonderful viewing experience. When connect with iPhone, an extra Lightning to HDMI adapter is needed. When connect with Android phone, an extra Micro USB/Type C to HDMI adapter is needed. (Adapter is sold separately).

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Decent price. Wow projectors have become more affordable. Bought one years ago and the roll down screen cost more then this projector.
Is this a portable projector? Would it be suitable for business presentations etc.
Edited by: "matombler1" 2nd Dec 2019
I went for this for £55.99

amazon.co.uk/Pro…6NC
I will pop a roku stick in it to make ita HD ready smart projector.

Or you could get a WiFi one for £129.99

amazon.co.uk/BOM…8-3
Edited by: "ciarandanielbyrne1" 3rd Dec 2019
Honestly don't waste your time - I have had a LOT of these cheap projectors including the cheap VANKYO.
Some things to be aware of...…....they say 1080p BUT they are only 1080p compatible and will downscale to 720p or less.
They are VERY NOISY.
They measure brightness in LUX which is NOT Lumens - you need a good lumens rating to view in a room that's not completely blacked out.

The ONLY one I have found (and it was £94 on Black Friday) that is anywhere near good is a true 1080p native projector - I measured the lumens on it at 4000 with a phone app - I bought 2 for digital decorations - it's not in stock at moment but keep your eye on it - it's an absolute bargain - amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

I also have OPTOMA's to compare it to and this one was the ONLY one that cam anywhere near to it.

Dave
whiteswan03/12/2019 19:38

Honestly don't waste your time - I have had a LOT of these cheap …Honestly don't waste your time - I have had a LOT of these cheap projectors including the cheap VANKYO.Some things to be aware of...…....they say 1080p BUT they are only 1080p compatible and will downscale to 720p or less.They are VERY NOISY.They measure brightness in LUX which is NOT Lumens - you need a good lumens rating to view in a room that's not completely blacked out.The ONLY one I have found (and it was £94 on Black Friday) that is anywhere near good is a true 1080p native projector - I measured the lumens on it at 4000 with a phone app - I bought 2 for digital decorations - it's not in stock at moment but keep your eye on it - it's an absolute bargain - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07GZHTJGT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1I also have OPTOMA's to compare it to and this one was the ONLY one that cam anywhere near to it.Dave


Ty Dave I will be trying my £55.99, 720p one out and if It doesn't meet my immediate needs I will return it on Amazon Prime. I will put your link in my basket and keep my eye on it.
whiteswan03/12/2019 19:38

Honestly don't waste your time - I have had a LOT of these cheap …Honestly don't waste your time - I have had a LOT of these cheap projectors including the cheap VANKYO.Some things to be aware of...…....they say 1080p BUT they are only 1080p compatible and will downscale to 720p or less.They are VERY NOISY.They measure brightness in LUX which is NOT Lumens - you need a good lumens rating to view in a room that's not completely blacked out.The ONLY one I have found (and it was £94 on Black Friday) that is anywhere near good is a true 1080p native projector - I measured the lumens on it at 4000 with a phone app - I bought 2 for digital decorations - it's not in stock at moment but keep your eye on it - it's an absolute bargain - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07GZHTJGT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1I also have OPTOMA's to compare it to and this one was the ONLY one that cam anywhere near to it.Dave


Thanks. It came back into stock this morning, and I just bought one for £103. My daughter wants one for Christmas, and I didn't want to buy complete trash.
Go for the £150-200 ones that are true full HD, And they have 5500 lumens or above and 5000:1 contrast or above too.
whiteswan03/12/2019 19:38

Honestly don't waste your time - I have had a LOT of these cheap …Honestly don't waste your time - I have had a LOT of these cheap projectors including the cheap VANKYO.Some things to be aware of...…....they say 1080p BUT they are only 1080p compatible and will downscale to 720p or less.They are VERY NOISY.They measure brightness in LUX which is NOT Lumens - you need a good lumens rating to view in a room that's not completely blacked out.The ONLY one I have found (and it was £94 on Black Friday) that is anywhere near good is a true 1080p native projector - I measured the lumens on it at 4000 with a phone app - I bought 2 for digital decorations - it's not in stock at moment but keep your eye on it - it's an absolute bargain - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07GZHTJGT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1I also have OPTOMA's to compare it to and this one was the ONLY one that cam anywhere near to it.Dave


Cheers
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