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-Inputs (VGA & HDMI) 16:9 aspect ratio
-Downscale-able from 1080p
-LED bulb (Very long life)
- USB and SD card inputs
Cons: -Pixel resolution (320 x 240)
-500 Lumens (Not very bright)
Other Thoughts: I would just like to point out, this is not a Full 1080p projector. Though the way it is advertised would lead some to believe it is. If you read the description before purchasing an item, you'll find all the information you need.
The projects has a processor capable a downscaling video. Downscaling happens when video played on a television has a resolution that is higher than the television itself. For the video to be displayed on the screen, it must be shrunk down to fit it. Downscaled video will usually have the same picture quality as video with a matching resolution. For instance, 1080i/1080p video can be displayed on a 720p television, although it will only have the picture quality of 720p HD.
I have used a few Projectors in my life. Some capable of Full 720p, yet would lagg, stutter and get out of sync with any video above that Resolution. (The device inputting video was capable of 1080p so it wouldn't downscale on it's own.)
This projector does what it's designed to... It can accept a 1080p signal and produce an image from it...
Pros: I bought this as a give for my little brother because it looks like BumbleBee and he loves transformers.
Cons: It's not opened yet. I was a B-day gift turned Xmas as I cannot get leave authorized to go visit anytime soon...
Other Thoughts: I have actually bought a few mice of this namebrand and I'm fully confident it's 5 Star quality. >20$ for any cool looking mouse that works is a steal if you ask me!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Sale Price! (Though $200 isn't bad anyway)
-Picture quality is great
-Touch has been very accurate
-Stand seems to be sturdy, I like the design
-Viewing angle is built to the natural tilt of the screens stand, which can be adjusted to preference
-I can touch it, and it's kew
Cons: -I can't say about the speakers as I don't use built in speakers. Idk why anyone does...
-Because it's a touch screen, the glossy glass reflects everything! It's gorgeous in the dark though...
-The included USB could have been a bit longer. I mean when someone gets a touch screen it's not usually going right on the desk in front of them right as a main display? At least off to the side or routed across a desk
-I have had less then a month and I have (What I believe are) dead pixels. Now, I've had dead pixels before... But not on a touch screen. The reason these are so weird is because it's like the pixel is dead in the touch part. I can literally look to the left and right of the pixel and still see whats behind it, it's hovering over the screen? Also, I'm 100% certain it's not on the surface or outside the monitor (At first I thought maybe the screen got marked by something) but more identical ones have showed up since.
Other Thoughts: I have owned 4 HANNspree monitors in the past, I don't think they are low quality by any means. I have been using 2 Sceptre 32" 1080p HDTV's (one LCD and one LED) Both are great but the image clarity and quality on this screen is FAR better then a HDTV. (I've owned a HANNs-G 28" monitor and the quality difference between HDTV and monitor is Night and Day.
I bought this because I need something more portable.
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