- Projector, PONER SAUND WiFi Mini Projector 1080P Supported Home Outdoor Video Projector, 5500 Lux 210" Display Movie Projector, Compatible with Phone, Computer, Laptop, USB, HDMI, VGA
Projector, PONER SAUND WiFi Mini Projector 1080P Supported Home Outdoor Video Projector, 5500 Lux 210" Display Movie Projector, Compatible with Phone, Computer, Laptop, USB, HDMI, VGA
- 【NEWEST WIRELESS CONNECTION】Multi-screen Interaction, PONER SAUND GP16 wifi projector compatible with the iOS and Android system, Can mirror movies, videos, apps, games, photos on mobile devices to the big screen anytime. No need to buy extra cables or adapters.
- 【1080P SUPPORTED & 5500LUX】GP16 video projector owns 1280*720P native resolution (1920x1080P Supported), 5500lumens, 5500:1 high contrast and 16:9/4:3 aspect ratio, You will get the most vivid images, creating a perfect personal home theater.
- 【BIG SCREEN SIZE EXPERIENCE】LED projector provides a watching size from 40” to 210” with the projection distance between 5ft to 15ft. A projection distance 6.5ft is the recommended viewing distance.
- 【PORTABLE DESIGN & BUILT-IN SPEAKER】Portable projector comes with a portable size (7.87*5.90*2.95 inch) and a weight of only 2.5lb, unique design makes it easier to take to anywhere. Built-in a powerful speaker can deliver a clear sound which will meet your daily needs, such as play movie, photo and games.
- 【MULTIPLE DEVICES CONNECTION & LIFETIME CUSTOMER SERVICE】The smart projector is equipped with multiple interfaces such as HDMI, USB, AV, VGA and headphone, to meet your multiple needs with headsets, laptop, DVD/VCD players, loudspeaker, USB disk, computer, PS3, PS4 etc. NOTE: THE WIRELESS PROJECTOR PROVIDE LIFETIME CUSTOMER SERVICE.
|Attribute Name||Attribute Value|
|Brand Name||PONER SAUND|
|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||11.05 x 9.85 x 4.5 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||GP16|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||September 29, 2020|
|Rating||4 stars and up|
Ratings & Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Great budget projector, brightness lacking, Lumens vs ANSI Lumens, which is correct?Reviewed on August 04, 2020
Update: 09/09/2020 This projector performs very well. I did discover new info about it, and some drawbacks. - It is manufactured by a company called HKTDC Sourcing. - The model is the M8 according to their website - They only rate the projector at 3000 lumens and contrast ratio is 2000:1, the rest of the functionality described on Amazon is the same. I feel duped. - Dust on the inside of the lens is difficult to clean with a compressed air duster can. I found a very small amount of dust inside on the reflective mirror and lens. It was there when I bought it, not sure how else it got inside it since the air filter has never been removed yet. ***Most of these projectors have an access point like a clip on cover underneath the model decal where you can blow air inside to clean it, this unit does not have it. - To clean the inside would mean taking it completely apart. There are 5 small screws on the bottom, but the casing itself is snap clipped together in addition. To take it apart risks breaking those clips and damaging the exterior case. The DIY in me knows that I could drill a small hole under the decal just to clean the lens and mirror, but I will refrain till I have to clean it. In reality it should not get that dirty unless the air filter is never cleaned. - The way I cleaned the dust is used an air duster can with the air filter off. This did the trick and cleaned up the mirror and lens of the small dust specs. I reinstalled the filter, tested it and no issue. The good: This projector has very good features for the price range. It has both vertical and horizontal Keystone correction that can be accessed through the menu. It also has hidden ceiling mounts underneath the rubber feet. I bought a Vivo Universal mount for it. You can also change the orientation of the projection upside down reverse sideways whatever. The focal ring around the lens is very easy to move and smooth. I was actually very surprised with the speakers on the projector. They actually sound pretty decent considering the size. It does sound a bit "boxy" and distorts at high volume. I'm not going to fault the unit for that since small speakers mean small sound. Still decent. On the topic of fan noise I do not think it is overly loud but reasonable for the size unit. The bad: The brightness I would say is the only negative of this projector. The other issue I have is the inconsistency of the marketing. Amazon's description states that it is 6800 lumens but the pictures showing the products say 6500 lumens. My assumption is that the rating is in Lumens and not ANSI Lumens. I am not sure if this is even rated for ANSI lumens or what the equivalent would be. As you can see from the pictures, the brightness is a little lacking on a white wall. I have the shades pulled behind it where there are two windows and it is overcast not sunny out. In a regular lit room, I would say this projector is perfect for everyday use. My intention is to have it for the man cave downstairs. I would also expect the performance to be better in an almost dark room. If you were to use this projector outside you would most certainly not be able to see it too well during the day. At dusk or at night I'm sure this projector will perform very well. Judging by the lumens range stated 6500 to 6800 lumens, I would say that is a fair rating, most likely a typo in the marketing material. From the research I've done I would say that 6800 lumens is equal to roughly about 1,000 ANSI lumens. Knowing that rough rating, I would say this is perfectly suited for a dim/dark room or outside at night. Summary: Overall for what I paid for this unit I would say it is a great buy don't hesitate in purchasing it. This will certainly not light up an airport runway by any means in terms of brightness, but the performance is adequate for my needs.
Reviewed on September 13, 2021
I was looking to replace a recently deceased ViewSonic PJD-6240 DLP projector but did not want to spend the over $700 to replace it (seeing how I stole the last one from a yard sale for $40.) I was happy to find projectors were running in the $75 to $300 range and set out to do extensive research to find a suitable replacement. This Poner Saund Model M8 seemed to have many good reviews and offered the legacy connections my installation required and HDMI which allows direct connection of the ROKU box so I can take full advantage of the higher resolution this projector provides. The one thing I could not quite discover was the facility to mount it on the ceiling and the actual size of the unit. As it turns out this projector is a bit larger than the ViewSonic and has four mounting screw locations compared to the three required on the ViewSonic. Luckily the tread size was the same because the screws that come with the Poner Saund where too short to be used with my homemade wooden ceiling mount. The valuable bit of information that was nowhere to be found in my search was the dimensions of the mounting points so I am publishing that here: 8-11/16"w X 6-3/16"d - see the picture and note you have to peel off the rubberized pads to expose the mounting points. I am quite satisfied with the projected image and am glad for the X-Y zoom adjustment which allows me to shrink the massive image projected from twelve feet back. And the 4 point keystone adjustment was a breeze to set. The settings menu is a bit "clunky" but gets the job done. I am a bit annoyed that even though I need to shrink the image to fit my screen the menu display still projects at the massive (Un-adjusted) display size. I did experience some lag (loss of lip-sync) when running the ROKU video via the RCA "Video-In" with the sound via a remote stereo auxiliary amp, so I decided to plug ROKU direct into the HDMI and use the projector's built-in speakers and found them to be quite adequate for day-to-day entertainment. I can still pipe-in video from the computer via the legacy video-in and see NO lag in synchronization via the auxiliary amp. I need to rethink my entertainment center in light of the available features of the new projector but all-in-all I think I made a really good choice with this projector. I was pleased to learn that the default settings were a midway setting and I still had a lot of brightness and contrast adjustment to play with. I have decided to run the fans on high speed (in the hopes of extending the life of the device and find the noise from the fans to be minimal and far quieter than the old ViewSonic even when running it in low speed mode. This is an attractive, well-made projector that seems well worth the money. In a darkened room the image is as crisp as any cinema and in daylight conditions still delivers a viewable image when projected on the matte-white, retractable screen installed in my viewing room. Delivered ahead of schedule - gotta love it ;)
Reviewed on August 14, 2022
Phenomenal projector for the price. I've been using it with a fire stick in my room instead of a TV. It works great. The speakers aren't great, so I just use my own. The projector isn't super bright, but it gets the job done. I would really recommend buying a screen to get the most out of it.
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