Xiaomi Mi Ultra Short Laser Projector - £1437.88 @ Gearbest
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Xiaomi Mi Ultra Short Laser Projector - £1437.88 @ Gearbest

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Found 7th Feb
Xiaomi Mi Laser Ultra Short Throw Projector Full HD 4K ALPD 3.0
5000 Lumens, 20,000 hours lamp life, 150" inches screen size in 50cm.
This is the world's first ultra-short projector with advanced laser display ( ALPD ) technology, which delivers up to 150 inches of full HD quality images in 50 centimeters, with product life up to 20,000 hours. To achieve user-friendly design goals, the high-tech product uses a compact, minimalist "box" design language, and carefully maintained the host and Bluetooth remote control design style consistency. In any corner of the room control the host, voice assistant quickly find programs and other interactive ways for the user to bring a new movie viewing experience.

Main Features:
● Features ALPD 3.0 laser light source technology by Appotronics
● In addition to high-quality lasers, the unit also features a top-end speaker system for a true cinema experience
● Can project a display up to a maximum of 150 inches
● Offers a maximum of 5000 lumens source brightness and a 3000 : 1 native contrast
● The remote control is powered by 2 x AAA battery ( not included )
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As much as I love Gearbest etc, you'd have to have been on the brave pills to buy a £1400+ projector from them.
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As much as I love Gearbest etc, you'd have to have been on the brave pills to buy a £1400+ projector from them.
Was cheaper on a sale over Christmas, Was seriously thinking about somehow finding the cash to press fire on this back then but it turns out the lumens figure is way off compared to others as I think that's the whole bulb and lumens are shared between three colours. I thin there is an epson that's recently come out that's £2k and would be a better choice.
Many people already bought without any hassle & not hit by customs duty. Very good beamer according to them.
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kerridge03 m ago

Was cheaper on a sale over Christmas, Was seriously thinking about somehow …Was cheaper on a sale over Christmas, Was seriously thinking about somehow finding the cash to press fire on this back then but it turns out the lumens figure is way off compared to others as I think that's the whole bulb and lumens are shared between three colours. I thin there is an epson that's recently come out that's £2k and would be a better choice.


Don't think the Epson one is Ultra Short Throw projector, like this one.
Pros - Its short throw beats most other projectors, meaning a larger picture output with such a short distance, if the distance is an issue, this will suit requirements. The lamp life at 20,000 hours is more then most also. The 5000 lumens brightness again beats most, but how reliable this is against other similiar 3000 lumens spec units may be disputed.

Cons - Its 1500 quid for a 1080p projector. Although it has support for 4K content, its resolution is not native to this standard, meaning you wont get the pixel bang for buck, and there are plenty of alternatives around the £2k mark that will give you the true 4K native resolution and HDR10 you would expect.
peaceboi10 m ago

Don't think the Epson one is Ultra Short Throw projector, like this one.


Don't worry about getting a short throw - just bounce any long throw projector off a mirror on the back wall. I did that with an Optoma HD142X (Which I got refurbished from Optoma themselves on eBay for £319) and works amazingly well.
Great find, ordered
I really want this projector
This seems reasonably well made going by the teardown videos on YouTube, it also seems to have mostly positive reviews but no way I’d dump £1400 on one from Gearbest or Ali – anyway wouldn’t there be another £300 oddish in import Tax ontop?
If you were going to buy something expensive from Gearbest etc then pay by credit card so you've got protection there if it blows up you don't get the same protection via PayPal.
Rich4457 m ago

If you were going to buy something expensive from Gearbest etc then pay by …If you were going to buy something expensive from Gearbest etc then pay by credit card so you've got protection there if it blows up you don't get the same protection via PayPal.



Does that credit card protection include items like this bought from China?
poisondwarf12 h, 14 m ago

Does that credit card protection include items like this bought from China?


Yes, s.75 places no limitations on where the purchase is made.

legislation.gov.uk/ukp…/75

It's a reasonably short section, which most people should be able to understand.
matt10110110 h, 14 m ago

Yes, s.75 places no limitations on where the purchase is made. …Yes, s.75 places no limitations on where the purchase is made. https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1974/39/section/75It's a reasonably short section, which most people should be able to understand.



Thanks for that
iver just bought a cheap projector off them for 120 quid..i was sweating at that price after 7 weeks and it hadn't arrived..came on week 8
stuaird13th Feb

iver just bought a cheap projector off them for 120 quid..i was sweating …iver just bought a cheap projector off them for 120 quid..i was sweating at that price after 7 weeks and it hadn't arrived..came on week 8


Which one is that mate?
it was a gearbest one link below, gone up in price a bit now for some reason
gearbest.com/pro…tml


To be honest for what we use it for it's great, late night family movies when sun is low or dark.


Couple of points,
The darker the room the better
The WIFI is crap, but thankfully accepts a OTG usb network adapter for about ten quid - this goes into a homeplug so you have a wired faster connection
I bought a little tripod off amazon which is also really good for another tenner
I now have kodi installed with the relevant apps and its perfect
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