NeoJDX Vista V2 3D HDMI Handheld Pocket Projector - 700 Lumen - WXGA - DLP-LINK HD 1080P PICO DLP - White
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- • Now upgraded to Wireless (Wifi, DLNA and Miracast); Portable at only 450g; Short throw
- • 900ANSI lumens digitally enhanced to 1000 lumens with Texas Instrument HD Pico DLP LED technology Display; 1080P HD; 40-300inch projection size.
- • LED+DLP 20,000 hrs. Lamp life; built-in 2 hrs. Battery accepts Micro SD up to 32gb; Accepts external USB and HDD Up to 1Tb; HDMI and VGA ports
- • 3D playback from USB, Micro SD; 2D to 3D conversion; stereo audio out; built in 2w speakers;
- • 14 day return window; 12 months no hassles warranty; supports all major smartphones and tablets
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Highly portable, highly mobile
The small size of the Vista means that it can be carried anywhere. At only 5.4 x 5.4 x 2 inches, it does not take up much space. Neither does it weigh much at 1.5 lbs. Throw it into your handbag, a carry-on bag and it is good to go anywhere with you!
Dimensions: 5.4 x 5.4 x 2 in
Weight: 1.5 lbs
Multiple inputs and outputs
Play any file from the built-in micro SD card
Connect any USB device or external hard drive (supports up to 2TB)
Connect a VGA
Connects HDMI for smooth HD playback up to 1080P
Connects AV and headphone out
Built-in 2W speaker
Plays 3D files straight from a hard-disk or micro SD card
Converts 2D-3D on the go
Supports DLP-LINK 3D
The NV-1 with its clear and bright daylight lamp is equally adept as an office presenter or at home as part of your home theater.
Rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries give the NV-1 2 hours of operation at maximum brightness. Lower brightness gives longer battery life.
With support for DLP-Link 3D, NV-1 plays 3D files directly from its built-in micro SD card slot. It can also read 3D files directly from a harddrive. For more versatility, connect to your blu-ray player, DVD player via HDMI, and the NV-1 gives you a crisp playback without missing a beat.
Ease of use
NV-1 can be controlled via an included remote control or via the soft-touch buttons on the top panel.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I managed to contact Neo JDX Technical Support, but was told that even though the option does not show up for my unit, it is enabled by default and that I just need to move the unit horizontally to trigger the function. I tried doing so, but did not see any change to image trapezoidal shape no matter how I moved the projector. I requested Technical Support for a firmware upgrade to fix the problem as it is not available on the company homepage (which by the way has little support information). No response after that...
Apart from expressing my dissatisfaction with the product, I am writing to let other potential buyers know that depending on your luck, you may be shipped an outdated unit. This is made worse by a Technical Support does not seem to know the product well. And forget about relying on the company's homepage for any firmware upgrade or other document download. In fact, only the revision 1 of the product is being shown on the webpage.
The old firmware also lacks the automatic flipping of the image with the mounting state of the projector.
Perhaps, the lack of these two features may even be limited by the hardware itself i.e. depending on your luck, you may get less advanced units that do not support the advanced features found in units with newer hardware...
I am planning to return the unit if I still do not hear from Technical Support. Overall a very disappointing experience!
Additionally, I'll explain why I offering the rating of: B+ after the body of the features.
Measuring 7 x 4.25" x 1.5" and weighing only 1.3 lbs, the Vista offers a lot of features that one who may need a projector for work and/ or play.
The Vista features:
+ 1280 x 800- displays 16.7M colors w/ support for DLP-Link for broadcasting 3D images.
+ Project images in 16:10, 16:9 and 4:3 formats
+ 20,000- hour lamp life
+ Support for audio-visual interfaces: HDMI and VGA.
+ Can output images and video to a 1080p monitor, output 3D video, music, photos and e-books.
+ Can broadcast a signal to the following peripherals with an optional adapter: TV, FM audio and/or wired headphones.
+ Lightweight and portable.
+ Auto-Shut Off
+ Vista projector
+ 8-button remote control
+ power adapter
+ Two AA batteries
+ RCA jack
+ Audio (analog) jack
+ User Manual, detailed with clear illustrations
+ Touch panel for Play/ Advance-Return/ Dropdown
+ Up/ Previous/ Input channel switching/ OK- Menu button
+ Focus dial
+ Projector Lens
+ IR Receiver
+ Power Button- (On/Off)
+ HDMI outlet
+ VGA outlet
+ AV outlet
+ Headphone/ Coaxial audio output
+ Charging indicator light
+ USB outlet
+ TF card port
+ Support Tripod
+ Tripod Mount
* The issue with the rating has been bothering me for a couple of weeks. Admittedly, this is one of the areas of technology that I've had VERY little experience. This Vista is the higher end version of two models that NEO offers. However, when matching the spec's up and the lumens to projectors offered by other companies, I'm not certain that it's not overpriced.
The other side of the coin is this... is Vista a model that's a "prosumer" grade if compared with others whom might be a "budget/ consumer" grade? I don't' have a clue.
So, my grade is based solely on it's performance and my wishing that two things were either added or better. And, they are:
- The on-board speakers are lacking. If you broadcasting an image in a room and you don't have a pair of wired audio speakers attached, the internal speakers would probably get drowned out by noise or chatter in the environment.
- The Vista only offers an illumination of 700 lumens
- Missing Bluetooth radio. A Bluetooth radio would enable the projector to translate the audio to a better external speakers, Bluetooth headsets or any other wireless receiving device.
** Because Amazon has an (understandably) limit on video files, I've opted to make two video, at the moment to demonstrate the versatility of this projector.
The first part is a description of the projector and the second is a projector shows some video files.
After enough additional footage is created, I will leave a link below to direct you to YouTube for the additional video (s).
The projector itself was easy to set up and operate. Even a technophobe could do it. I used it with a separately-purchased HDMI to lightning adapter on an ipad and a separate 3-foot HDMI extension cable The picture was clear and bright and the projector didn't have a long delay (like older projectors used to) while the bulb warmed up. The remote works best when pointed at the front of the projector. It was quiet, too. No loud fans or other whirring noises.
It doesn't come with a case, (you can order one separately, I imagine) but the box works well for travel.