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3D Projector Features
- Runs on Android 4.4 KitKat
- Download Thousands of Apps from Google Play
- 2GB Built-In Storage & microSD Card Slot
- Stunning 500-Lumen Optical Engine
- Onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- Supports Multiple Video, Audio & Image File Formats
- Comes with IR Remote Control
“Panopticon,” the world's first movie projector developed in the United States. Although motion pictures had been shown in the United States for several years using Thomas Edison’s Kinetoscope, the films could only be viewed one at a time in a peep-show box, not projected to a large audience. Brothers Grey and Otway Latham, the founders of a company that produced and exhibited films of prize fights using the Kinetoscope, called on their father, Woodville, and W.K.L. Dickson, an assistant in the Edison Laboratory, to help them develop a device that would project life-sized images onto a screen in order to attract larger audiences.
Project 3D Movies, Games, and Presentations on Stunning 180” Screen
Your movie nights couldn’t get any better than this with 3D Projector Android Lite’s massive 180-inch display. With the included 3D Active Shutter Glasses, watch 3D movies in full glory with family and friends, or enjoy gaming on the big screen—the possibilities are endless.
A Projector That’s Simply Brilliant, No Matter How You Use It
3D Projector Android Lite’s bright LED lamp projects up to 500 lumens for crisp and stunning images. A built-in focus wheel lets you adjust the display for optimum resolution, while the built-in loudspeaker with volume control lets you accompany your video with audio. Moreover, you can use the 3.5mm audio-out port to connect your projector to external speakers or audio systems.
Multiple Connectivity Options
3D Projector Android Lite supports Miracast and AirPlay for mirroring your Android or iPhone displays. Now share your favorite videos or images with others in a few simple clicks. The built-in microSD card, USB 2.0, and USB 3.0 ports let you connect your portable hard drives and flash drives. Moreover, with support for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, you can also play files over your home network effortlessly.
Compact and Lightweight with Built-In Rechargeable Battery
Unlike other 3D projectors, 3D Projector Android Lite is slim and compact, designed to go anywhere—from the conference room to the living room. With an ergonomic and streamlined design, this 3D projector is the ultimate add-on for projecting your videos and pictures. The powerful 1.6GHz Corte A9 Quad-Core processor is supported by a high-capacity built-in rechargeable battery for that added portability.
Shines in Rooms with Low to Normal Lighting
Unlike less powerful projectors, 3D Projector Android Lite doesn't require a dark setting. The super-bright 500-lumen LED lamp ensures easy viewing in lighted rooms, displaying sharp, crystal-clear images on just about any flat surface. 3D Projector Android Lite – Project Life in Brilliant 3D.
|Dimensions||150 x 108 x 35 mm|
3D Projector Android Lite FAQ
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- Place the projector on a flat, level surface and slide the ‘Standby’ button to the right. Then press the ‘Power’ button on the projector/remote to turn the projector on.
- Adjust focus using the focus ring located on the right side of the device.
- Connect your preferred display source. The projector has multiple display connectivity options (Mini VGA/AV, HDMI, USB, and microSD). Select the appropriate source from the Home screen.
- To navigate through the home interface, use the ‘Arrow’ keys on the remote control. To select an item, press the ‘OK’ button. To go back through a menu, touch the ‘Back’ icon. And to go to the ‘Home’ screen, press the ‘Home’ button.
- The projector is capable of connecting to Bluetooth devices and Wi-Fi networks. Go to the ‘Settings’ menu from the Home screen to access these settings.
- The projector is capable of playing files from USB or microSD cards. Just insert your preferred medium in the appropriate slot at the back of the projector.
- To access files on your connected USB drives or microSD cards, use the ‘LocalMM’ or ‘ES Explorer’ app from the Home screen.
- You can also connect your headphones or any external speakers to the projector using the ‘AUX’ port at the back of the projector.
- To mirror your iPhone or iPad’s display, connect your iOS device and the projector to the same Wi-Fi network.
- In the projector, open the ‘AirPlay’ app from the Home screen. Then go to ‘Air Play’ settings in your iOS device by dragging up the Control Centre.
- Next, from the list of available devices, select your projector (ILink-xxxx) and enable ‘Mirroring’.
- To mirror your Android device’s display, connect both the projector and your Android device to the same Wi-Fi network.
- In the projector, open the ‘Miracast’ app from the Home screen. Then go to your Android device’s ‘Screen Sharing’ settings and connect to the projector (MCast_xxxx).
- You should see a message on your projector requesting access from your Android device. Click on ‘Accept’ and your Android device’s display should be mirrored to the projector.
- Press the ‘3D’ button on the remote during playback to switch between 3D, Default View, Left-Right View, and Up-Down View modes.
- Press the ‘Menu’ button on the remote to access Picture settings.
- To change projection settings, such as Auto/Manual Keystone Correction, Gyro Horizon, Mounting
- To change projection settings, such as Auto/Manual Keystone Correction, Gyro Horizon, Mounting method, Digital Zoom, etc., go to the ‘DLP Settings’ menu from the Home screen.