Have you ever tried to carry a 150-inch HDTV around with you? It’s heavy. Plus, you need to pack loads of cables, then you have to find a place to set it up. And actually, that’s a very silly idea. But a mini projector isn’t. With a mini projector you can transform isolating social situations into actually enjoyable experiences. So, rather than lose everyone to the glow of their smartphones, you can instead direct their attention to shared screen. A screen that is capable of HD video and gaming and displaying crisp text and anything else you can do with a smartphone or laptop. You can have all that potential in a gadget the size of your coat pocket. To help you capture people’s attention and take them on a shared experience, let’s look at the best mini projectors available today. You’ll also find links to the best possible price for each portable projector.
Best Mini Projector – Comparison Table
The two key factors to consider are the weight and native resolution. When viewing the top mini projectors of 2017 always look at those first. By packing so much technology into a little box like that, it risks impacting the very features you want from a portable projector. Such as weight and resolution. Let’s look how each product stacks up against one another.
|Mini Projector||Native Resolution||Weight|
|Tronfy TP60||800x480||2 pounds|
|Epson PowerLite||1280x800||3.7 pounds|
|Optoma ML750||1280x800||0.9 pounds|
|Celluon PicoPro||1290x720||0.4 pounds|
|LG Electronics PV150G||854 x 480||0.6 pounds|
|RIF6 CUBE||854x480||1.8 pounds|
|Deeplee A1||320x240||0.6 pounds|
|Meyoung Portable Projector||800x480||1.8 pounds|
You can immediately see that the native resolutions of these are far lower than the average consumer television. That’s nothing to worry about. Most will still play 1080 footage very crisp. If you don’t already know what that means, then you needn’t worry about it. Now, let’s take each product in order.