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Original Xiaomi Mi MIJIA Laser Projector Android Projector Home Theater 5000 Lumens source brightness 1920X1080P FHD 150 inches HDMI WIFI Bluetooth
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Update:
Received my projector yesterday.
  • The box included the note with inclusion of US cord.
  • It worked with 120V flawlessly.
  • The language selection was on the menu as the first thing after booting.
outdated information​
  • Anyone stating that it does not work with 120v, or
  • has only UK cord, or
  • the menu is in chienese has outdated information.
https://imgur.com/S2AcegK

The screen is 120" so image is almost 100" on the brightest time of the day using a mediocre white screen from amazon for $40

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Xiaomi Mi Laser Projector Full HD 4K ALPD 3.0

This is the world's first ultra-short projector with advanced laser display ( ALPD ) technology, which delivers up to 150 inches of full HD quality images in 50 centimeters, with product life up to 25,000 hours. To achieve user-friendly design goals, the high-tech product uses a compact, minimalist "box" design language, and carefully maintained the host and Bluetooth remote control design style consistency. In any corner of the room control the host, voice assistant quickly find programs and other interactive ways for the user to bring a new movie viewing experience.


Main features:

● Features ALPD 3.0 laser light source technology by Appotronics
● In addition to high-quality lasers, the unit also features a top-end speaker system for a true cinema experience
● Can project a display up to a maximum of 150 inches.
● Offers a maximum of 1500 ANSI lumens / 5000 lumens source brightness and a 3000 : 1 native contrast.
● Can project a display up to a maximum of 150 inches. Support Youtube.
● The remote control is powered by 2 x AAA battery ( not included ).


Basic information:
Optical parameter
Display: 0.47 inch DMD
Resolution: Full HD ( 1920 x 1080 )
Support resolution: 4K
Light source: ALPD 3.0
Brightness: 1500 ANSI lumens / 5000 lumens source brightness.
Light mode: highlight, movie, normal
Auto mode: save power, eye protect
Brightness uniformity: JBMA more than 80 percent
Color gamut: NTSC 80 - 85 percent
Central contrast: 2500 : 1 - 3500 : 1
Color temperature: standard, cold color, warm color
Projection parameter
Throw ratio: 0.233 : 1
Best project distance: 150 inch
System parameter
CPU: T968 Cortex-A53 4-core 1.8GHz / 64bit
RAM: 2GB DDR3
ROM: 16GB eMMC Flash
System function
Operate OS: MIUI TV
Support Android: Android 6.0 and above
WiFi: dual-band 2.4GHz + 5GHz
Bluetooth: V4.0
HDR: support
keystone correction: four corners, eight corners
Focus: power focus
3D: support
Other parameter
Sound: DOLBY
External speaker: support
Speaker: full frequency speaker x 2 + high frequency speaker x 1
Remote control: Bluetooth, voice, touch control
Connection: Ethernet x 1, SPDIF x 2, audio out x 1, AV 3.5 x 1, USB 3.0 x 1, ARC x 1, HDMI 2.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 1
Voice: less than 32dB ( at 25 Deg.C )
Power consume: 250W ( max )
Rated voltage: 200-240V~
Specification
General
Brand: Xiaomi
Display type: DMD
Resolution Support: Full HD ( 1920 x 1080 )
Brightness: 5000 Lumens source brightness.
Throw Ration: 0.233 : 1
Image Size: 12 - 150 inch
Dimension and Weight
Product weight: 7.0kg
Package weight: 9.5kg
Product size (L x W x H): 41.00 x 29.10 x 8.80 cm / 16.14 x 11.46 x 3.46 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 54.00 x 44.00 x 17.50 cm / 21.26 x 17.32 x 6.89 inches
Dimension and Weight
Package Contents: 1 x Xiaomi Mi Laser Projector, 1 x Remote Control, 1 x Chinese User Manual, 1 x Power Cable
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Last Edited by man003 January 22, 2022 at 04:02 PM
Update:
  • Received my projector yesterday.
  • The box included the note with inclusion of US cord.
  • It worked with 120V flawlessly.
  • The language selection was on the menu as the first thing after booting.

outdated information​

The screen is 120" so image is almost 100" on the brightest time of the day using a mediocre white screen from amazon for $40
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pmperry asked this question on 01-20-2022 at 07:55 PM
01-22-2022 at 11:37 AM
Does this run off of 120V or 240V? If 240V, does it come with a converter? And is the menu system in English?

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Not worth over a thousand dollars +tax
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I can only assume that this is NOT connect to the web? Do xiaomi collect informations from its users on all of their products? Or just the phone?
Even if they said "NO" I would assumed as yes. Because who knows what they're running in the background. Every modern electronics doing the same thing.
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Even if they said "NO" I would assumed as yes. Because who knows what they're running in the background. Every modern electronics doing the same thing.
Not EVERY...check the newest MI phone...
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Xiaomi?! Nuff said.
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Only 2 gb of ram? Wtf this is like a hamster penis on a saber toothed tiger!
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How does image quality compare between laser tech and bulb? I feel like subtractive color (color wheel) is an outdated technology and additive color will win the day. Better to produce the light you want than to filter the light you don't want.


People prefer to save money, especially when there's little to no visibly discernable difference in image quality. What's the point of "true 4k" when you can't tell the difference unless you're sitting 2 feet away?

Actually...
https://www.inchcalculator.com/tv...alculator/
https://i.imgur.com/1xWfdrJ.jpeg
For a 140" TV, you can see individual pixels from 8.1 ft away, which means you're getting a good value for 4k in the 8 to 16ish feet away range, which I think is probably where most people are watching TV.

I was at a friend's house where they had the space for a projector and speakers and it's a pretty nice experience. I'm personally still short about $1mil until I can afford a house with vertical and horizontal space like that in a living room, but eh.
There's probably an ideal price range for people where a 1080p or 4k projector is good for people trying to beat out like a 65" TV, and if they have a nice room with blinds for it it seems cool to have.

Honestly, I think a lot of living rooms can accommodate a projector like this, but you'd need to put up some blackout curtains, which may look tacky.
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https://youtu.be/UZ2OxQccRbo
Spare Change review of this pj
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I'm very confused by this, if anyone can help I'd appreciate it. First is this 1080P or 4k? I see both listed in different places. And also, is there a model number? I'd like to do a little research but I'm legitimately not sure what projector this is, I apologize for my ignorance, but I'm definitely lost on this one.
It's a 1080 laser projector, the 4K version is around 2k
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I wonder how this compares to the new projector Samsung announced at CES? The Freestyle - https://www.samsung.com/us/televi...sp3blaxza/
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Actually...
https://www.inchcalculator.com/tv...alculator/ [inchcalculator.com]
https://i.imgur.com/1xWfdrJ.jpeg
For a 140" TV, you can see individual pixels from 8.1 ft away, which means you're getting a good value for 4k in the 8 to 16ish feet away range, which I think is probably where most people are watching TV.

I was at a friend's house where they had the space for a projector and speakers and it's a pretty nice experience. I'm personally still short about $1mil until I can afford a house with vertical and horizontal space like that in a living room, but eh.
There's probably an ideal price range for people where a 1080p or 4k projector is good for people trying to beat out like a 65" TV, and if they have a nice room with blinds for it it seems cool to have.

Honestly, I think a lot of living rooms can accommodate a projector like this, but you'd need to put up some blackout curtains, which may look tacky.
You are arguing a point I wasn't making, just as a previous person. My comment about 4k was with regards to various 4k technologies, not a comparison between 4k and 1080. Of course, I agree 4k makes a noticeable visual difference (otherwise I wouldn't have purchased the Benq TK800).

I've got a 152" screen in 1 of 3 living rooms in a house way under a million bucks. As a very general piece of advice, decide what you want in life, and then pay the price (time, money, effort, education, etc) required to obtain it.
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Only 2 gb of ram? Wtf this is like a hamster penis on a saber toothed tiger!
Saber toothed tiger ladies are size queens?
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There were deals on 82" 4k HDTV for $1200(LG)~$1300(QLED), and the 82" LG is still up for $1.3k at BestBuy https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-8.../6452993.p [bestbuy.com]. $1100 for a projector that does 1080p doesn't sound like a good deal to me unless I'm missing something.
i think you're missing the point here unless you have owned a projector you dont know what the difference is between TV and projector. Its the same reason people go to movie theaters
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Quote from CalmDesk668 :
BenQ TK800M 4K also on sale.
http://amazonbestdealz.co/benq-tk...projector/ [amazonbestdealz.co]
not ultra short throw
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Still... it is not 4k! Would much rather get a CHEAP 1080P projector and wait a year or so before picking up a 4k projector and you can always use a fire stick to get that Android TV experience.
A cheap native 4k projector is still a long way off. As mentioned before, the pixel density is insane, also the main limitation with pixel shifting technology is input lag, followed by refresh rate, not picture quality, everywhere I have read has stated you cannot tell the difference visually. The It's still not 4k argument is just splitting hairs at this point.
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A cheap native 4k projector is still a long way off. As mentioned before, the pixel density is insane, also the main limitation with pixel shifting technology is input lag, followed by refresh rate, not picture quality, everywhere I have read has stated you cannot tell the difference visually. The It's still not 4k argument is just splitting hairs at this point.
So we need to disagree...

on one main issue... I believe a cheap (about $1k) is NOT a long way off.

I also feel when you are watching a screen that is 150", you can tell the difference between 4K and 1080P.
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