- Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.9 x 7.1 cm ; 259 g
- Shipping Weight: 612 g
- Item model number: CLB2-UHXW
- ASIN: B01NAPMAQ6
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Jan. 23 2017
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2017 NEW CES Awarded C200 Focus Free FDA Approved Class1 Eye Safe Laser, 200 Lumens, 4K input 768P HD output, Up to 150" Screen, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, SDslot, HDMI, Android OS equipped Projector
- Laser Beam Pro is fully equipped with Google’s Android Operating System and focus-free feature using full RGB laser light source, meaning that the projected image is never out of focus. It is the world’s first, utmost and best Computer Laser projector.
- It can be used like a computer by connecting the built-in Wi-Fi to surf the web, check your email, and download office Apps for presentations, and video Apps to instant stream movies. Download files from USB flash drive or micro SD card to its 8GB internal memory, for increased memory capacity.
- You can also connect it to iOS or Android devices wirelessly and enjoy the contents from smartphone or tablet. By doing so, you can also connect the device to a VR, Drone or GoPro using the Apps to connect it. And it also can be connected to a laptop, computer, gaming console, media player, cable TV box, and more using a micro HDMI cable.
- It uses a patented FDA approved eye-safe Class 1 Laser which is harmless to the human eye. This provides a much safer experience when presenting a projection in a business meeting, while viewing a movie, or playing on your gaming console. The Laser Beam Pro C200 can even be installed on a robot or drone for narration or advertisement with complete safety to the viewer’s eyes.
- Laser Beam Pro with its 200 Lumens supports 4K input, 1366x768P HD Output, and a screen size capable up to 150 inches with 120 minutes of battery life, with no focus adjustment needed, no need for a display screen, and even while moving you can still enjoy your viewing experience. With the addition of a Bluetooth Speaker and a Power Bank you can enhance the sound and extend the battery life for a better experience with the Laser Beam Pro C200.
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Laser Beam Pro C200 is FDA-Registered Class 1 Eye-safe Laser Projector and 2017 CES Innovative Product Award Winner. Connect with your mobile device via WiFi or with a cable. Projector can be connected directly to WiFi so you can surf the web and stream videos without the help of a mobile device. With USB port and SD card slot, plug any contents to the projector. With 8GB internal storage, you can download all the movies you want directly into the projector. Convert the projector into a computer by connecting a mouse or keyboard. Name: Laser Beam Pro C200 Dimensions: 2.79 x 5.53 x .74 inch Weight: .57lb / 260g Laser Class: Class 1 Laser Diode Life: 10,000 hours Brightness: Max 200 lumen Resolution: WXGA 1366 x 768 Aspect Ratio: 16 : 9 Throw Distance: 2~15 ft Screen Size: 20~150 inch Contrast Ratio: 2000 : 1 Keystone: Manual Speaker: 1 Watt Mono Speaker Audio Output: 3.5 mm Audio jack Battery: Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery Capacity: 3.7v 6200mAh Battery Life: 120 minutes Processor: Quad Core Ram: 1 GB NAND Flash 8 GB Expendable Storage: Micro SD (Up to 120 GB), USB OS: Android Lollipop WiFi: 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4/5.0 GHz) Bluetooth: V4.0 HDMI Input: Micro HDMI Wireless Display: Android / iOS Mirroring USB: USB 2.0 Host Warranty: 1 Year
From the manufacturer
- Laser Beam Pro is different.
- You can connect the projector directly to your home Wi-Fi and stream Netflix videos.
- Download multiple contents directly into the internal storage.
- Connect with mouse and keyboard to use it just like a laptop.
- It’s Laser: Laser offers clarity, brightness, and focus-free feature you cannot find in LED and DLP projectors.
It’s More than a Projector
Laser Beam Pro’s got everything portable projectors have.
Connectivity with other devices?
HDMI and USB ports?
Do you know what Laser Class Your Projector Has?
Class 1 Laser:
Class 1 laser beam is the only class that is safe under all operating conditions. Since Laser Beam Pro uses Class 1 laser, there’s no need to worry about accidental viewing with the naked eyes.
Class 2 Laser:
Class 2 laser emits visible laser beams and could cause damage if the eye is exposed to it for longer than 2.5 second. Projectors with Class 2 laser has a warning sign stating something similar to 'Visible laser radiation do not stare into beam class 2 laser product' (can delete if too long).
Class 3 Laser:
Class 3 laser radiation is considered to be low-risk but potentially hazardous. Some class 3 laser projectors have warning stickers 'Avoid all eye exposure to beams from Class 3 lasers. This includes unintentional or accidental exposures – be careful to keep the beam away from eyes and faces.'
Focus-free means no manually adjusting the focus. Move the projector with you and watch how clear the image stays.
Pair up your smart devices with Laser Beam Pro wirelessly or wired and see everything on the big screen.
Use Laser Beam Pro like a compact sized laptop. You can even download apps.
A: Access files from internal memory, USB flash memory and micro SD card.
B: Connect with IOS devices wirelessly using Airplay.
C: Connect with Android devices wirelessly using screen cast feature & Connect with mobile devices using cables.
D: Change settings of Laser Beam Pro, connect to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and more.
E: Quickly adjust vertical keystone.
F: Open apps including 'web browser', 'YouTube' and 'Netflix'.
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I work for a nonprofit that creates mobile projector kits that are completely battery powered, fit in a backpack, and can play an 100 person audience. I send these kits all over the world for medical/construction/evangelism teams to use. We have used these kits to show hygiene videos to villages in the mountains of India, children’s videos in refugee camps in Lebanon, Gospel films in Africa, and everything in between!
This projector is by far the best one for our needs. The Laser Beam Pro is/has:
Able to be charged with a USB cable (this gives you the ability to extend play time to 7 hours with a small battery backup, an absolute must for our off grid application)
Way brighter than the competition (brighter than projectors that charge with a USB cable)
Very user friendly (the Android OS and buttons on top are excellent)
Able to wirelessly connect to the speakers wirelessly (very handy to avoid the tripping hazard)
Auto focus (way better than messing with a tiny focus wheel)
Threads on the bottom to attach to a tri-pod
External SD Card storage
Overall we are incredibly pleased with the product. It wirelessly connects to smartphones with ease. You can pair it to your phone and be seeing your phone background screen in seconds and it isn’t choppy like other projectors.
If you are looking for excellent quality, great resolution, a simple user interface, extreme portability, and the ability to extend your battery life with a cheap $30 battery bank, this is the projector for you!
- Quality of image is great even when light is on in room. You will see the picture examples here of how the picture looks like with some room light and when pitch black. I believe i have a 40 watt light on in the room on a beige color wall.
- I connected my usb flash drive and watched movies in mp4, mkv, avi, and mpeg file format.
- I watched movies using the netflix app installed in projector.
- The iOS mirror works great, i can project my phone screen and watch my phone content (tried photos, personal videos, play my phone gamez, and browsed youtube videos, etc..) Your projector and iPhone needs to be connected to the same Wi-Fi in order for this to work.
- Bluetooth worked just fine with my Bose bluetooth speaker
- Audio out worked fine, speaker sound from projector works fine. When volume set to high it volume sounds lower than an iphone speaker but it does work. Connecting audio speaker using 3.5mm cable works best i think.
- Ability to use my iphone as a remote control (Laser Beam Pro app) - It actually mirrors what is getting displayed on your projector so you can use the screen on the phone to navigate (I will include a screen shot of the remote app) - Needs same Wi-Fi in order for this to work as well.
- Used for about an hour to watch a movie not connected to the power, running just on battery. (I haven't tested how much battery i would actually get)
- I had a good experience with customer service.
- Power cable male metal end appears to be a bit loose it seems to wiggle a bit when connected to the power in the back of the projector. - Will contacted customer service about this.
They did not make the projector portion of this device HDCP compliant!
What does that mean? It means while you can watch Netflix using the built-in app, if you try to download and use the HBO app, it will tell you this device isn't supported for copyright reasons. Try hooking up a TiVo via the HDMI port? Same 'Not supported because your device is not HDCP compliant.' message. Why on earth they chose not to support that is beyond me. I can even forgive them if they didn't support it on the HDMI port, but on the internal connection so you can't use apps like HBO or Showtime?! And this is a hardware issue, not software so no update will fix it either.
On a side note, calling this an Android device is only true in the most primitive sense. You have essentially two screens. Their circular 'home' screen where you choose your source, or the app list screen. Navigation is extremely frustrating using the on-device keys. Just trying to navigate to, let alone be able to enter your credentials for Netflix and the like is an episode in futility. It can be mitigated with an external keyboard or mouse, but it has to be USB, not bluetooth. Simply put, they should've left the default Android skin alone instead of trying to dumb it down to the point it's dumb.
All that said, even with that I would've only deducted a single star because the apps did run. The deal-breaker however was the HDCP issue. If you don't need that and are using a non-copy-protected HDMI source, or you only need Netflix and can get past logging in, this is great! However for me, I had to look elsewhere. I went with the ZTE SPro2 which, while bigger, is less-expensive, actually *brighter* and has a full touchscreen running essentially a full Android experience. Being able to input passwords and such on an on-screen keyboard is amazing.
I wanted to love this, but the Android experience, and worse, the HDCP deal-breaker made that a non-starter. Again, if you don't need it, this does have an amazing, sharp picture.