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Mini Projector Guide

Mini Projector

Mini Projector also call Pico Projector is a Portable Projector that is literally as small as your palm. It is so small that it can fit your pant's pocket or in a briefcase. It is a very good company of a laptop for business meeting.It can also be used as a movie projector in a bedroom or hotel room as it's very easy to set up and can project to the wall.It's Ultra Portable, usually weigh less than 500 grams. Some of them have battery built-in, some do not. Some have a usb player built-in while others just act as a usb power output. Please pay attention when choosing the mini projector.

With the use of a wireless dongle, you can turn the projector into wireless too. It allows you to transmit picture, document wirelessly. Brightness can range from 150 lumens to 1000 lumens. Price start from $4xx only. 

For 1 to 3 people in a small room where the lighting can be controlled, a 300 lumens projector should be sufficient. 

For 4 to 5 people in a small room where the lighting can be controlled, a 700 lumens projector is recommend.

For 6 to 7 people in a small room where the lighting can be controlled, a 800 lumens projector is recommend.

For 8 to 10 people in a small room where the lighting can be controlled a 1000 lumens projector is recommend.

How do you connect your Mac to the mini projector?

Well, it depends on which Apple product it is. Most of the mini projector come with a HDMI port. As long as you can convert your Mac to HDMI signal using adapter, the projector will display the image. e.g For new Apple Device such as Latest 2018 Mac Book, Mac Book Pro, Mac Book Air, they all equip with USB C (Thunderbolt 3) port. Old Apple device such as previous version of Macbook Book, Pro or Air uses Display port (Thunderbolt 2).

As long as you use a USB C to HDMI cable or Display port to HDMI cable, and input it into the projector's HDMI port, the projector will display the image.   

How do you connect Android Tablet or Phone to mini projector?

New tablet and phone nowadays equip with a  usb c port on the bottom, with the use of a USB C to HDMI Cable and connect it the projector, the projector will display the image.  

Few mini projector model that we recommend:

Optoma LV130 - 300 lumens with Built-in Battery

Optoma LV130 LED Projector

 Optoma Ml750 - 700 lumens

Optoma ML750 Portable LED Projector

Optoma Ml750st - 800 lumens

Optoma ML1050ST Short Throw LED Projector

Optoma Ml1050st -  1000 lumens

Optoma ML1050ST Short Throw LED Projector 

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