C6 Vivibright GP100UP Android Mini Projector features Android 6.01 OS providing access to Android Apps. With built-in Wi-Fi, it supports mirroring display. This projector is capable of creating a screen up to 120 inches, perfect for a dorm room or business office. Bring your digital picture to life.
Easier to play any movie or online download, bring fast movie fluency.
Amlogic S905X + MSTAR V69
Provides stellar performance for high definition video playback.
Supports up to 4K x 2K resolution, allows high definition playback on large screen for videos, files, photos etc.
Large Screen Experience
Supports projection size of up to 120 inches for immersive viewing experience.
Can wirelessly connect with Android phone and PC, so you can enjoy movies, animations, photos and etc. on a large screen.
Built-in HiFi level stereo speaker, give you wonderful audio enjoyment.
Offers crisp and clear pictures with up to 3200 lumens of brightness.
Power Saving LED Light Source
Can last 30, 000 hours, energy saving and environmental friendly.
Mini size, will not take up too much space in your room.
ChipsetAmlogic S905X + MSTAR V69
CPUquad core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU and Penta-core ARM Mali-450 GPU
Maximum Frequency Speed2.0GHz
Maximum Resolution4K x 2K
Native Resolution1280 x 800
Image Size60-100 inch
Image Scale16:9, 4:3
InterfaceAV, HDMI, RJ45, USB, VGA
Picture FormatsJPG, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG, GIF
Video FormatsMPG, AV, TS, MOV, MKV, DAT, MP4, VOB, 1080P
Audio FormatsMP3, WMA, AAC, AC3, M4A
Lamp Life30000 hours
External Subtitle SupportedYes
Product Size28.6 x 22.8 x 10.9cm
Package Contents1 x Projector, 1 x VGA Cable, 1 x AV Cable, 1 x Remote Control
I contacted a YouTube product reviewer about his review on this projector. He mentioned very good Amazon reviews. Sure enough, yes there are a bunch of positive reviews. Of course this is no Optoma or Ben-Q. For what your getting though, I think it's worth the price. 720p native @ 120" Android and Play Store built in, this is great! ShowBox, Popcorn Time, Kodi & Streamio to the rescue. Throw in a $10 mini backlit keyboard from Fleabay and there you go... Android gaming could be interesting? I'm probably going to try one out...
Here's some reviews:
Interesting =-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMsvTR1rzGg [youtube.com]