Wowoto H9 Mini projector £365.48 Sold by WOWOTO-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon lightning deal
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Wowoto H9 Mini projector £365.48 Sold by WOWOTO-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon lightning deal

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Found 9th Jan
High quality build DLP projector, native HD and with good brightness for the volume. Successor of the wowoto h9 with good reviews.

From Amazon Page



  • Shipped by DHL about 4-5 days! Good Choice for office Projector

    & Home video projector : 350 ANSI(3500 lumens), 1280x800 native

    resolution, DLP Technology, supports 3D and support 1080P, LED lamp,

    amazing 3D effect. Built-in WIFI(2.4G/5.0GHz), Bluetooth 4.0 and and

    Touch Control.


  • H9 Smart Projector equipped with Android 4.4 operating system and

    Quad-core processor allowed you download thousands APPS (Video, Game,

    Excel ,PowerPoint and so on). RAM/ROM:1G/8GB+Micro SD Slot (Support upto

    32G Micro SD Card)


  • Multi-screen Sharing: Smartphone resources can be shared through

    the 180" large screen by Airplay/Miracast/DLNA. Ushare App also works,

    which developed by WOWOTO. While the connectivity options allowed H8

    Projector to be used with tablets, notebooks, smartphone and PC, your

    business life will be convenient and professional.


  • Long lasting LED projector : Up to 20,000 Hours Long Lamp Life (3

    years replacement) . The life of an LED light source is seriously

    spectacular. Even with 40 hours of viewing per week, the average LED can

    run for an impressive 10-25 years, which is longer than the expected

    life of the product itself!


  • Guarantee and Service: Every Projectors from WOWOTO enjoys Full

    12 month warranty.We also have a professional after-sale service team to

    make things right within 24 hours.
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1280x800 native and it "supports" 1080P? LOL
Stealth_Fox9 m ago

1280x800 native and it "supports" 1080P? LOL


well OP weren't lying. That resolution is HD, just 720 is all.
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This is how projectors work. Most in the sub 500£ range still have 854*480 native resolution. You are free to dish out 30K and get a native 4K projector, but I doubt it would be considered a deal.
HotUKDealSeeker32 m ago

well OP weren't lying. That resolution is HD, just 720 is all.Cold by the …well OP weren't lying. That resolution is HD, just 720 is all.Cold by the way



The native resolution is the resolution of the internal display before the lamp doing the projection, not the input resolution.

lmgtfy.com/?q=…ned
It's not full had. You can get this type of pj on ebay for around 100 quid
minos32 m ago

The native resolution is the resolution of the internal display before the …The native resolution is the resolution of the internal display before the lamp doing the projection, not the input resolution. http://lmgtfy.com/?q=projector+resolution+native+explained


Native resolution, minus the tech jargon means the resolution you see at the end

For the record. I agreed with you that it is HD. Just not full HD
Edited by: "HotUKDealSeeker" 9th Jan
The technology is relevant to the medium. Projectors work by projecting the image of a tiny screen to the wall. The pixels are not in the screen side of the system. So a 720p screen size of a stamp will be considerably more sharp than a 50 inch display at 1080.

Tech jargon is also called physics. Yes you can get 4K native projectors but they are insanely niche and expensive. Most of projectors that are commercially available even at 3x the price of this one have lower native resolution and or ASA isos. People are free to comment and purchase based on marketing jargon but in the end the performance of a product depends on the technology and the specs.

Check the specs of this Sony for example
sony.co.uk/ele…-p1
Edited by: "minos" 9th Jan
A quick search on Amazon reveals this:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…rch

Which is a branded Optoma projector with broadly the same specification (I haven't checked the phone connection spec). I might be inclined to go for the branded one simply because consumables like bulbs will still be available a few years down the line.

Perhaps I could be persuaded otherwise if I read up on this brand a little more. But it's definitely not a bad deal. Occasionally on Amazon I've seen full HD branded projectors around this price in flash sales but they're not all that common.
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minos7 h, 53 m ago

You are free to dish out 30K and get a native 4K projector, but I doubt it …You are free to dish out 30K and get a native 4K projector, but I doubt it would be considered a deal.


Just saying...

puretheatre.com/son…wcB
Blurigard9th Jan

A quick search on Amazon reveals …A quick search on Amazon reveals this:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01D3HQS70/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1515534380&sr=8-2π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=Optoma+HD142X&dpPl=1&dpID=41BqAnqirGL&ref=plSrchWhich is a branded Optoma projector with broadly the same specification (I haven't checked the phone connection spec). I might be inclined to go for the branded one simply because consumables like bulbs will still be available a few years down the line.Perhaps I could be persuaded otherwise if I read up on this brand a little more. But it's definitely not a bad deal. Occasionally on Amazon I've seen full HD branded projectors around this price in flash sales but they're not all that common.


Thanks for the constructive post. You are right, since that projector looks exactly like optoma ml 330, but that is as the casework is concerned. The specs are quite different, with the optoma winning on paper, (higher brightness, higher contrast) but loosing in things like heat and noise (people are complaining that it is too noisy, while the H8/H9 produce around 20db. This makes me believe that they either share only the case design, or that the optoma one is overclocking the fan to keep up with the extra brightness.

To the point of being a relatively unknown company, I agree, even though the Optoma support, despite having proper documentation, and a website, they are known to be quite bad in the UK and you can see comments that reflect that in in both amazon uk and us, which is another reason I was looking for alternatives.

Also I do not believe you can change the light bulb in those projectors, and even if you can I am not sure I would like to be using a 5 year old multimedia device with the way the technology evolves
Edited by: "minos" 10th Jan
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