The Best Portable Projectors in 2019

Carrying your portable projector to the next business trip will save you the hassle of borrowing hardware or fiddling with cables while conducting presentations. Portable Projectors can be turned into entertainment gadgets as well, showcasing your favorite film or games on a large screen – coupled with surround sound, all set to give you a cinematic experience anywhere.

The following list of best portable speakers compiles all the options that aggregate essential tech and connectivity features.

1. Philips Pico PPX4010

The Philips Pico PPX4010 portable projector is an ultra-light and pocket-sized gadget that will easily fit in your jacket pocket or briefcase. It has a 100 lumens brightness, which enables the projection to be viewed in daylight conditions as well. Its contrast ratio is 1500:1 and projection distance is 0.5m – 3.7m. It connects to other devices through a mini HDMI or a VGA video input.

2. Optoma ML750e

The Optoma ML750e is an excellent palm projector that projects at a brightness level of 700 Lumens. It weighs 380g and projects at a contrast ratio of 10000:1. Besides, the connectivity options are many- one MHL-ready HDMI input, a USB 2.0 slot for thumbdrives, a universal I/O slot, and a microSD card slot. Although for Wi-Fi access you’ll need a dongle.

3. Epson EB-S41

Epson’s unmatched 3,300-lumen brightness coupled with a huge projection size makes it the foremost choice among professionals who want to deliver outstanding results in a formal setting. This versatile portable projector will fit in your briefcase and supports video inputs like USB 2.0, Wi-Fi, VGA, HDMI, Composite, S-Video; and a contrast ratio of 15000:1.

4. LG Minibeam PH550G

This compact portable projector supports wireless connectivity and an array of video input options. It lets users connect their smartphones or tablets to it and conveniently showcase the ‘projection’ of their interest without having to deal with cables. It has a Contrast ratio of 100000:1 and brightness of 550 lumens.

5. Asus ZenBeam E1

This pocket-sized projector has been built to stay active for long, thanks to its 6,000 mAh battery. It is gorgeously designed and enables you to showcase your presentations or watch movies on the go onto a 120-inches projection. It supports HDMI and MHL video inputs and features a contrast ratio of 3500:1.

6. ViewSonic PLED-W800

This portable projector can cast videos on a brightness level of 800 lumens with a contrast ratio of 120,000:1. Moreover, connectivity options include HDMI, VGA, S-Video, and USB- that means you can connect it to your DVD/Blu-ray players and also smartphones or tablets). It has inbuilt 2W speakers, though not so subtle. Also, it employs DLP projection system that supports a resolution scale of 1280*800.

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