NeoJDX Vision Portable DLP Pocket Projector, HDMI 1080p, Supports Wi-Fi Miracast Airplay DLNA – White
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- Brand-new, updated model! We took our excellent Vision portable projector & made it even better
- Built-in WiFi display application supports Airplay, Miracast and DLNA
- Built-in 5000 mAh battery lasts 2.5 hrs and also charges your devices
- Native Resolution: 858 x 480; Supported Resolution: 480/720p/1080p; comes with carrying pouch and tripod.
- Built-in HD media player to share videos, photos, multimedia presentations; inputs: 1 x HDMI/MHL, 1 x USB, 1 x SD card, 1 x headphone
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Built-in WiFi display application supports Airplay, Miracast, and DLNA
5000mAh battery doubles as a power bank to charge your devices
Connect via HDMI cable to most smartphones, tablets, computers, cable TV boxes, video players, cameras, and more
Brightness: 120 lumen
Projection Technology: DLP/LED
Lamp Hours: 20,000 hours
Native Resolution: 858 x 480
Supported Resolution: 480p/720p/1080p
Inputs: 1 x HDMI/MHL, 1 x USB, 1 x SD card, 1 x headphone, 1 x Micro USB (Power)
Highly portable, highly mobile
With dimensions of 5.7x3.0x0.6 inches and a weight of 0.4 pounds, the vision is small enough to fit into a pocket, small bag or jacket pocket for easy transport while yet projecting a screen up to 120inches in diameter.
Multiple inputs and outputs
Play any file from the built-in micro SD card reader; 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
Supports Airplay and Miracast which allows wireless transmission of up to 5.1-channel audio and 1080p video securely over a direct Wi-Fi connection. Supports DLNA
Small sized yet extremely bright
Rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries give the Vision 2.5 hours of operation at maximum brightness. Lower brightness gives longer battery life.
Battery allows the charging of an external smartphone or tablet to give longer life
Ease of use
The vision is controlled via the soft-touch buttons on the top panel or any wireless app you choose to download to your device.
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The clip on the little tripod broke first time I used it,so I had to buy a better bigger one. The mounting screw receptor is universal so that is a bonus. I plan on using it a lot, so ask me again in a month or so.
John McInnes Power Safety.
There was one puzzling question I had. In the manual it says, "When charging you must ensure the switch is positioned in the middle (or it may damage the Neojdx Vision in event of any over charging) and ensure The Neojdx Vision is switched off." That sounds ominous - does it mean you cannot plug the Projector in and use it? The manual then goes on to say, "It will not charge the battery whilst in use." This is quite confusing and no-one would want to damage their Projector by using it when it's plugged in; on the other hand, not being able to use it for the 5 hours it takes to charge makes the unit nearly useless. A fully charged battery is supposed to run 2.5 hours, but I didn't get anything near that before the unit was out of power.
In response to my question about battery and plug use, I received a note from Neojdx on Amazon:
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This projector has a weight of 7.51 ounces ad fits in the palm of your hand. Its internal LED projector has a low and a high intensity beam of up to 120 lumens and it has a life time of 20,000 hours for the LED. It has a rechargeable internal lithium ion battery rated at 5000 mAh that will operate the projector for 2.5 to 3 hours. It takes up to 5 hours to recharge. You can even plug in your smart phone and charge your phone with the projector in an emergency! (It is recommended that you not recharge a tablet with the projector) Just remember to take your smart phone charging cable!
What's in the Box?
* The projector itself
* A HDMI media cable that is 39 inches long to attach the projector to a HDMI media output source.
* An AC wall charger that operates on 100 to 240 VAC at 50/60 HZ. Its output is 5VDC at 2 Amps
* A charging cable that is 32 inches long. It is a USB to a Micro USB cable.
* A velour carrying bag for the projector.
* A screw in tripod stand for the projector
* An instruction manual
This projector has multiple ways to get the images you what to stream. You can use:
1. HDMI input
2. WIFI connection and use Miracast from an Android device
3. WIFI connection and use AIR Play and Mirroring with an Apple device
4. WIFI and use DNLA input streaming source
5. A USB thumb drive that plugs into the USB port
6. A Micro USB card that plugs into the projector that can contains your videos, training sessions or sales presentations. The card can be up to 32 GB in capacity.
7. It is has a charging input port
8. A charging output port
9. A headphone jack
10. It has a focusing knob
11. A tilt foot on the bottom
12. A screw in connection for the projector's tripod.
You can use your smart phone or tablet as a source for the media and pair it with the projector and stream video wirelessly. I show this in my video. You can use a laptop or tower computer, a camcorder, a net book, a DVD player or a hand held game station. The picture quality was good and it was easy to set up and use.
I go through a lot of details in my attached video and I hope it is helpful for you. I liked the unit a lot and I rated it at 5 stars as it performed well. I loved the wireless set up and the capability to recharge the projector. It was nice to not even use a power cord while making a presentation which makes that set up time a minimum amount. You can't imagine how many times I was looking for an AC wall plug to power my presentation equipment while in a customer's conference room. You can carry your necessary equipment in your pocket instead of carrying multiple large cases for your laptop and a large projector.
Be aware that you cannot charge the battery while the unit is in use. Also make sure that the power mode switch in in the proper position while charging. The unit also has built in speaker. The projector has a native resolution of 858 x 480 but it can support resolutions of 480/720P and 1080P. It uses Digital Light Processing to project the picture which was invented by Texas Instruments. You can show slides, photos, movies, PowerPoint presentations and documents. In my case I used the Apple Keynote app on my iPhone to make a presentation on the video. On the top of the unit are touch sensitive buttons to select various sources of input, adjust the volume, speed forward or backward and go to the menu of the projector. There is even a back button.
I was supplied a sample for test and evaluation. A review was not promised to the supplier in exchange for the sample but I stated that if I provided a review that it would be fair and honest.
Other reviews are more detailed and extensive, so I'm just going to point out the things that I liked/disliked the most about the projector:
-Wireless connection to any device (DLNA, Miracast, Airplay)
-Battery powered and doubles as a battery pack
-Small and sleek
I did have a minor misgiving about the projector. Due to it's size and battery operation, the projector is hard to see in well lit areas, so it is best used in dim/dark rooms. This isn't a problem for meetings and personal uses, but I would not trust its lumens if it were used in at a booth at a show or outdoors during the day.