Pros & Cons of a Mini Portable Projector

For those of you that just need a simple projector to display presentations, the DBHPower Mini Portable Projector would be a good choice. The low price tag is probably its biggest selling aspect, being among the cheapest mini projectors you will purchase for far less than that. In fact, this system is among the cheapest and lightest to use on any market. It is also not very bulky in size and can fit in any space.

One of the best things about the mini portable projector is that it has very high brightness and contrast. It is capable of producing very clean and bright images and it is almost impossible to notice the difference between the original image and the after-image. In fact, it can produce images as clear as those coming from professional grade projectors at hundreds of dollars per frame. Due to its brightness and contrast levels, most mini projectors tend to struggle with image quality when compared to these.
The Mini Portable Projector has a built-in projector lamp which is the main reason behind its relatively low cost. You don’t have to worry about connecting the projector to a power source or using extension cords to connect the unit to other electronics like the laptop, computer, television or speakers. The Mini Portable Projector even has a built-in rechargeable battery and it lasts up to six hours. The built-in rechargeable battery allows you to use the projector long without having to worry about replacing the batteries.
Another great feature of this mini projector is the ability to use it even in complete darkness. The built-in fiveW fan helps distribute light so you get good quality light for your projection, without having to compromise your viewing experience because of the lack of light. It also helps eliminate the “image bleeding” effect that may occur with projection systems with only one bulb.
The only con of the mini projectors we were able to find was the fact that there is no flash. Most home theater systems come with at least one flash. You can purchase an after-market flash but it may not fit into the little frame. We didn’t see any cons of this projector other than the lack of flash. If you need flash, the cost may justify buying one anyways.
Overall, these mini portable projectors are pretty nice for the price. They don’t offer the same features as their professional grade counterparts do, but that’s about it. The picture quality is comparable to that of bigger units and they give you the same amount of lumens at a fraction of the cost. If you’re planning on buying one for your next event, be sure to check out the following pros and cons to help you decide whether or not to buy.

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