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Tag Archives: Qumi

  • The New Qumi Z1H and Z1V Speaker Projector

    Welcome to the new breed of high quality speaker projectors, the Qumi Z1H Party Projector.

    While on the go, enjoy Great Sound Quality and Home Cinema Projection combined into one portable device!

    Qumi Z1H can project a screen size of up to 102'' at 300 lumen of brightness with HD720p resolution. Enables apps display or online streaming directly via WiFi to the projector, preload content on the 8Gb on-board storage, or directly mirror the content from mobile devices, or from the USB-C Display with compatible Android phones.

    Watch the Qumi Z1H Video Here:

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    The Qumi Z1 series offers a great image combined with two powerful speakers of 5W and a long lasting battery in an all-in-one, compact-sized unit. As it only weighs 660g, it is easy to take the Qumi projector to any event where an entertainment centre piece is needed.

    Features
    - Embedded battery last up to two hours autonomy with videos and six hours in speaker­mode
    - 2x5W Bluetooth speakers
    - PC ­Free multimedia reader via USB
    - LED lightsource lasts up to 30,000 hours

    Reviews

    What Mobile (https://new.whatmobile.net/review-qumi-z1v-projector):

    “First impressions are the Z1V is a fantastic bit of tech that provides a decent sounding speaker that is lightweight but also provides very good quality images or video footage when projected. I also found it very useful that I could use it plugged in or wireless if I wanted to use it outside.”
    “…looks great a grey fabric cloth wrapped around makes look smart.”
    “…great for viewing pictures as well as video. The multimedia player in this device really gives you an extension to any mobile device you might have.”
    “So overall, it’s a great device that allows you to use USB-C, Micro SD slot and HDMI ports for you to use any of your devices to showcase your video, audio or pictures.”
    “What makes this even better is you get up to 30,000 hours via the LED light source meaning you can use this device time and time again. Another benefit of using this projector is how easy it is to use.”
    “…it’s a great product so if you invest in this it will continue to entertain over and over again. Now what I personally loved this device for was to streaming the recent Cricket World Cup outside for the whole family to watch outside in my garden.”

    Tech Buzz Ireland (https://techbuzzireland.com/2019/08/22/review-the-qumiz1-projector-my-new-favorite-gadget-tech-qumiz1-projector/)
    Great image/video quality across a variety of surfaces
    Easy to use and simple to get around the menu screen
    Excellent quality Bluetooth speaker with high volume and great portability

    Vivitek Qumi Z1 Series Overview: Whats the difference between the Z1H and Z1V?

    Qumi Z1 Series

  • Top 10 Novel & Unique New Applications For Portable Projectors & LED Displays

    Projectors are not just useful for business or home cinema these days – they have an endless list of uses and applications! Here are 10 of the more innovative uses of projectors and LED displays we’ve seen in the last few weeks ranging from projecting  recipes from a barcode in the kitchen to hiding projectors in places to create works of art, a snazzy lounge or a 4k perfect home cinema!

    Read on for our countdown of ten of the best...

    #1. Tasty Recipes

    Want to get tasty recipes for your food? A new gesture controlled pico projector concept hides inside a lamp in the kitchen. Just scan the barcode and it projects the recipe on the kitchen worktop.

    #2. Hiding in the Lounge

    Well we thought the Screeneo 2 was amazing but the Sony 4k ultra short throw home cinema takes your lounge to a whole new level - and it hides inside a stylish cabinet so you won't even know it's there. New model coming soon.

    #3. The (Pico) Genie is in the Lamp

    It's amazing what you can fit inside a light these days to create interesting displays in the home or office or just as pieces of art. Pico projectors have got really small now and ultra bright so your applications are endless.

    #4. Outdoor Displays

    Need a snazzy TV to work outdoors whether you need it for the yacht or to accompany the hot tub? These sleek outdoor TVs won't look out of place on a Sunseeker although you might need to sit down before you get the price so consider a projector screen that folds away if you need a more cost friendly alternative with a bigger image!

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    #5. Feature Walls

    Your cubby holes in the house or office will never look so good with these LED screens brightening up the office, bar, museum or even the lounge!

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    #6. Serve Up a Treat in the Bar

    Here's a great way to spice up the average bar with this LED projection with edge mapping to link the images together. Great for shopfitters and perfect for marketeers wanting to run ads to encourage drinking/eating or for all those artists out there looking to make a good artistic impression behind their bar

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    #7. Projection Mapping

    Projection mapping is the buzz word at the moment and Hitachi shows this in action with their pool table which triggers a light show each time you bang that ball in the pocket

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    #8 Amazing Light Shows

    Waterfall Projection on a curve is eye popping. Its a bit like watching the Northern Lights and you simply cant take your eyes off these displays. Need to project onto a curved surface? Just call us on 0845 121 8800 and we can help create the perfect projection display.

    #9. Navigation

    Need your satnav to get around? It’s commonplace these days but it can be distracting to keep looking down to your dashboard, especially in the winter months when you can face fog and ice! Projection can be used to project a Heads Up Display (HUD) of your dashboard directly onto a part of your windscreen, giving you your dashboard and satnav directions while letting you keep your eyes on the road.

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    #10. Amazing Artworks

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    See these amazing large scale artworks from Projection Artworks. Transform a space of any size – from a tiny corner to whole building exteriors – into an amazing show of light and sound.

  • Best New LED Portable Projectors This Christmas: Qumi Q3 Plus vs M550 Plus Comparison

    If you're looking for an affordable portable HD LED projector this Christmas (or maybe you're hoping for one to appear under the tree!), there are two excellent options on the market that can do it all. Whether you're looking to give the gift of an unbeatable home cinema set up or you want an ultra-portable solution for business presentations, Vivitek's Qumi Q3 Plus and Pico Genie's M550 Plus should be on your radar. But how do they stack up against one another?

    Battery Life

    When you're after a truly portable projector for the festive season, you really want something with a lengthy battery life so you can take it anywhere and set up without having to worry about power. The Q3 Plus boasts an impressive 2 hour battery life with 8,000 mAh at 500 Lumens, which means it's perfect for even the lengthiest presentation or meeting. The M550 Plus goes one step further though, with a mighty 3 hour battery life and 13,500 mAh (that's three episodes of Game Of Thrones!), putting it in a class of its own when compared with any other portable projector on the market. So both projectors are great to handle any meeting, lecture, presentation or just binge watching loads of TV/Movies.

    Brightness/Image

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    The other key factor to consider when taking your projector out and about is brightness (or lumens) as you never know what kind of light conditions you'll be projecting in. Blackout curtains are always nice but they're not always available, which is why both of these projectors pack a great spec in terms of brightness, resolution and contrast. Coupled with incredible DLP chip systems they provide a clear image even in brightly-lit or sunlit rooms.

    The Q3 Plus clocks in at 500 Lumens, which is usually more than enough to project a crisp HD image in normal light conditions up  to 150 inches in size, making it ideal for classrooms or business meetings. It also has a high contrast ratio of 5000:1 which will really help your colours pop!

    The M550 Plus has an impressive 650 Lumens, really making it the ultimate all-rounder that can be used anywhere, anytime for anything. Also, it can project up to a 200 inch image, big enough for any purpose which puts the M550 Plus top of its class in its price bracket!

    Shorter Throw Projection

    The M550 Plus has a trick up its sleeve when it comes to projecting a clear image: it's a shorter throw projector meaning you can get a much bigger image even when it sits close to your wall or screen (or whatever you're projecting onto).

    At Christmas time, your living room can become a little crowded, so you may not always have 5 metres of clear space to project a big image. The M550 Plus doesn't need anywhere near as much space to project a large, clear image, so it's the much more practical option for everyday use particularly when you're projecting in a busy front room or meeting room!

    Check out the video below to see this in action.

    Sound

    A good sound system can be just as important as a clear image, whether you want a booming home cinema setup or an effective presentation tool. The Q3 Plus has onboard 2w speakers, meaning it sounds great in any environment. The M550 Plus goes one step further with its onboard 3w speakers. Both projectors offer wireless audio connectivity to external speakers but the M550 Plus also has a 3.5mm jack and supports 2.0 Stereo sound so you can hook it up to external sound systems for wireless or wired sound with amazing clarity.

    Ease of Use and Access

    So, both projectors offer a host of amazing features, but how easy are they to use?

    Both projectors are a doddle thanks to their Android OS, and The Q3 Plus comes with a remote control and you can download apps for iOS and Android mirroring, meaning you can mirror your smart devices onto a huge screen.

    However, if you need to access lots of files and apps quickly, the M550 Plus has a bit of a party piece for you: it comes with a wireless keyboard as well as a remote, so it couldn't be easier to flick through important files or search for your favourite TV shows on apps like Netflix, which comes pre-installed on both devices! 

    If that wasn't enough, the M550 Plus also has wireless mirroring for iOS and Android straight out of the box, making it one of the most easy-to-use projectors on the market today.

    What's In The Box

    With the Q3 Plus, you get;

    A Qumi Q3 Plus projector, remote control, power lead, HDMI cable

    With the M550 Plus, you get:

    A Pico Genie M550 Plus projector, remote control, power lead, HDMI cable, wireless keyboard, tripod and EU & UK plug (also available with USA plug).

    Overall

    The M550 Plus comes with a keyboard (with integrated mouse) and a remote control!

    Both of these projectors have every feature you could want from a portable projector, and there's a lot to love about both of them. They both have Android OS and 8GB of storage for saving files or downloading apps. They also both offer a range of audio and visual wireless connectivity options.

    The Q3 Plus is an amazing portable projector that packs an incredible punch for a device just 28mm thick. At just £429 inc VAT, it's also the ideal option for anyone looking for a versatile and highly portable projector on a budget. It's very bright at 500 Lumens, offers a wealth of connectivity options and has 8GB of storage for preloading files and apps onto it for PC-free viewing, while its 2-hour battery life means you can watch most films or a football match on it without worrying about where the plug socket is. You can even wirelessly hook it up to your sound system to create that big-screen cinema feel at home in your living room.

    The M550 Plus is a little more at £599.99 inc VAT, but for that extra money you get a world leader in portable projectors that is the ultimate in flexibility, ease of use and is future-proofed and able to work with any device, anytime, anywhere. Never worry about having enough space in your living room again with its shorter throw projection, allowing you to get a huge screen just a couple of feet away from your screen. It's bright enough for almost anywhere at 650 Lumens, has 8GB of storage which you can use to store files (and get to them quicker than before using the keyboard) and its 3-hour battery life means you can even watch Lord Of The Rings on it without hooking it up to the power (well, almost!). It offers an amazing range of features which makes it fit for any purpose, including a great wireless keyboard & mouse for easy browsing, and it comes with wireless mirroring for iOS and Android as standard, so there's no need to download any mirroring apps to use it with your smart devices.

    Take a look at the video below to see all the great features of both projectors in action!

    Comparison Video

  • T3 Magazine Discover the Magic With An 80" Portable Projector Screen!

     

     

     

     

     

    T3 Magazine Lifestyle Editor Duncan Bell this month discussed the Magic he discovered with a portable projector and 80" portable projector screen!

     

    Using his new projector and 80" screen Duncan explained that "once you get that size, something magical happens: movies become genuinely cinematic. That's why my discovery of the joy of projectors is my tech highlight of the year". We can only agree with Duncan, Projectors really can improve your home entertainment system or business. Watching your favourite movies at home and creating your own personal cinema is truly magical! It will give you that cinema experience right from your sofa!

     

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    Size isn't everything! "I don't think the effect is simply down to size; it's something intangible, born from the experience of having images beamed over your shoulder in a stream of flickering light... it's that kind of magic - not novelty, nor expense, nor peer-impressing specs - that can make tech great. It takes activities you enjoy, or once enjoyed, and helps you love them like the first time."  The applications for portable projectors and portable screens are endless, movies, sharing holiday memories, documents, websites, presentations, mirroring your smart device, art projects, training and best of all showing it all absolutely anywhere!

    With the upcoming EURO 2016 Football tournament, Rio 2016 Olympics and Olympics portable projectors could make your summer unforgettable! Get all of your family and friends round and watch on a huge 200" screen!

    Inspired by T3 Lifestyle editor Duncan Bell's magical experience? See our top picks for the perfect home cinema experience:

    1. 80" Mobile Projector Screen
    2. Larger Ceiling and Wall Screens
    3. Pico Genie M550 + 40" Mini Screen Bundle
    4. Pico Genie 40" Mini Desktop Screen
    5. Vivitek Qumi Q6 Portable Projector

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    Want to know more about how you can create your own personal cinema? Email us on enquiries@personalprojector.co.uk or call us on 0845 121 8800

     

    Quotes used from T3 Magazine June 2016. http://www.t3.com/

  • Vivitek Qumi Q2 Projector goes "Lite": Now Cheaper with Higher Contrast Ratio

    Vivitek have launched the Qumi Q2 Lite, the latest member of the Qumi LED projector family. In a nutshell this projector looks identical to the original Vivitek Qumi Q2 (now end of line) but its £50 cheaper and has a significantly higher contrast ratio of 10,000:1 instead of 2,500:1 so its ideal for watching movies.

    To get the price down to an ultra low £349 inc vat and make the Q2 Lite one of the cheapest 300 lumen projector models, Vivitek have simply removed a few of the original Qumi Q2 features such as, the ability to stream via a wifi dongle and connect to a 50 lumen external battery. These features are however still available on the Vivitek Qumi Q5. The Ligher Q2 also does not come with a carry case or come with the same number of cables as the Q2 with the Q2 Lite only including a VGA cable instead of the additional Apple cables.

    Essentially though the Qumi Q2 Lite has kept the most important features which made the original Qumi Q2 such a popular and successful projector such as its great design, tiny form factor and ultra portability with very impressive performance stats including 300 lumens LED at WXGA (1200 x 800) resolution.

    It still weighs only 490 grams and has multiple connectivity options allowing it to be used with a variety of devices. The Q2-Lite also features a DLP Pico chipset and BrilliantColor™ technologies from Texas Instruments meaning that you always get a rich, high quality image.

    Qumi Q2-Lite Key Features & Specifications:

      • Now one of the cheapest/best value LED projectors
      • High 10,000:1 contrast for crisp detailed images/videos/movies
      • Easy portability with a weight of only 490 grams
    • TI’s DLP® technology for sharp and detailed image quality
    • Widescreen image projection up to 90” in size
    • Slim size at only 32mm in depth to easily fit into a bag, briefcase or backpack
    • Assortment of connectivity options for easy connection to a variety of multimedia devices including HDMI, A/V-In, Audio-Out, USB (Service)
    • Long life LED illumination source with up to 30,000 hours of operations

    Comparison table of the Vivitek Qumi Q2, Q2 Lite & Q5 LED projectors
    To view at full size, RIGHT CLICK, View ImageVivitek Qumi Q2 Vs. Q2L Vs. Q5

    For a similar High Definition product that offers high brightness as well as an in-built battery, see the Pico Genie M300

  • The Top LED portable/pocket projectors for business or personal use are....

    This article is now out of date, for the updated version please follow the link to our review of the best performing portable projectors for 2017.

     

    If you’re looking for the best LED portable projector to fit your specific requirements, there are a whole host of factors to take into consideration ranging from resolution, birghtness (lumens) and features such as DLP (contrast enhancements) and features such as connectivity to ipads, HDMI and the ability to connect without a laptop.

    We've broken down the list of projectors into 2 categories: Business Use and Consumer Use and the business use ones considerably overalap with consumer use and most are also good for gaming purpososes with connectivity via HDMI, VGA or AV.

    Top for Personal use:

    Vivitek Qumi Q2

    Our smallest, lightest and brightest hybrid between pocket & palm projector is the best projector we have seen to date on the market with 300 lumens, WXGA resolution and a 90” image means it can handle anything you want to display in rich colour with DLP. Its the one to beat across all categories.

    Lumafire M200

    One of the newer models popular with busines users in the recession is the LumaFire M200 palm projector which offers excellent value for money. It is feature packed with a remote & tripod, offers 100 lumens of brightness has HDMI/USB/SD compatibility and yet remains remarkably small & light and extensive connectivity.

    3M MP180

    3M offer a robust gadget for those concerned with features. 4GB of onboard memory, a cool touch screen with Microsoft office, 2 hour battery, WiFi & Bluetooth. The ‘office’ compatibility and battery power make this a perfect choice for the business user on the go.

    Adapt 305/ iGo UP2020

    These 2 pocket projectors offer great value for money and connectivity all in one with a good image quality. The Adapt 305 comes with everything you need to go and play right out of the box. i.e. Free Apple cable, 4GB memory, tripod & remote. The iGo is smaller albeit not quite as bright but it includes multiple connection options including HDMI and also offers higher contrast via DLP playback for richer colour, It also won an award at this years Consumer Electronics Show (CES) for design. In fact, the igo UP2020 is a hot-buy for Xmas 2011!

    Microvision SHOWWX/SHOWWX+

    Welcome to the world's first 'infinite focus' laser pocket projector; it's smaller and lighter than an iPhone with a mammoth 5000:1 contrast ratio that beats all others in its class. Included in the package is a set of Apple cables to connect to your iPhone4/iPad2 meaning you can connect to any device with a Composite TV/Video-Out to create a rich screen up to 100". There is also a VGA dock accessory for this device to connect to a laptop. Great for gaming.

    Top for professional use:

    Casio (Pro-portable range)

    The Casio range of projectors offer the best equivalent image of a tradional projector in a form that will easily fit into a laptop carry case. If you’re looking for something that will offer a more professional output with quality build then a Casio XJA projector is ideal. High brightness ratings starting at 2000 lumens, combined with high contrast ratios mean that you can present in most lighting conditions. It also offer streaming capabilities from your laptop.

    Vivitek Qumi Q2

    Our smallest, Lightest & Brightest hybrid between pocket & palm will offer you the professional output you need whilst still fitting into your overcoat pocket. WXGA resolution, a 90” screen with DLP technology will promote your presentations in rich detail and can handle video demonstrations too. 300 lumens of brightness mean that you are able to project in normal lighting conditions and maintain portability. It has a powerpoint, excel, word and pdf viewer built in too so you can leave your laptop at home and just travel with the projector.

    Lumafire M200

    See above.
    Lumafire offer a hybrid all rounder perfect for business, personal use and travel and great value for money.

    3M MP180

    See above.
    2 hour battery life at full brightness & and 80” screen mean that you can display presentations on the go.

  • Vivitek Qumi Review: on show at IFA exhibition, Berlin

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    Personal Projector Ltd have just returned from the IFA show in Berlin this week where the new Vivitek Qumi was on show. It delighted the huge crowds with whats quite simply the best LED projector made to date.  Overall the Vivitek Qumi Q2 was streets ahead of anything else on show at IFA this year based on its overall design, image quality, performance, size, connectivity and other options such as 3D/HD ready. It also includes on the UK model free apple cables as well as all the usual features such as HDMI, VGA, AV in/out, speakers. An extended battery is also available as an option.

    Qumi has many added features not available on any other projector

    Whilst most users will probably run the projector from the mains power, you can buy an optional extra battery which is not much thicker than your thumb nail and very neatly docks underneath the Qumi so it still looks quite sleek even with the battery on there. The battery will give you around 1 to 1.5 hrs of power at a reduced lumens rating of 50 lumens (instead of the usual 300 lumens). We tested the Qumi battery at the show and it really was still a good image, in fact still a better brightness than most pocket projectors available today.

    What is also very noticeable is how small and light the Qumi Q2 is which fits in the palm of your hand and could even fit in a large overcoat pocket. In fact its so small it could even be classed as a pocket projector as it also has an optional battery. Overall its much smaller than any other products at this brightness level.

    Battery

    Having the battery makes it a great solution if you’re in an area where mains power is limited or you don’t want to be trailing power cables all over the place. For business users having the battery means you can simply turn on the projector and in less than a second and your presentation is running on the wall or screen. If you work on sites where this is limited power then you can be sure you are getting a large projection image at the highest quality available.  For consumers it means you can use the mini projector on holiday, camping, in the car or even for gaming.

    Image quality

    Apart from buying the Casio range of projectors the Qumi is now the best resolution available in a pocket or palm sized projector. It supports up to UXGA (1600 x 1200) with a standard resolution/output of WXGA 1200 x 800. Its also 720p providing great definition for your movies.

    The Vivitek Qumi projector is also HD Ready and 3D ready so you can be sure you are future proofing your purchase with the very latest features.

    The screen size in a dark room will easily go to 150 inches and even in normal lighting conditions its like having two 45 inch plasma TV’s in your pocket providing a 90” screen.

     

    Portability

    Weighing only 617g (1.4 pounds) and easily fitting in the palm of your hand, whether you want to present PowerPoint slides to 20 people in a boardroom or simply watch a movie then the Qumi Q2 you will find is ultra portable.

     

    Connectivity

    The UK product also comes with Apple cables included worth around £40. This provides simple connectivity to almost any Apple device so you can project video/photos from your iPhone or iPad.

    In the box there are 2 types of HDMI adaptors supplied:-

    • Mini HDMI --> Mini HDMI (For use with i.e. Flip, video recorders etc, some phones)
    • HDMI --> Mini HDMI (For use with i.e. computers, DVD, BD Players etc. This cable can also be used with an optional Apple HDMI adapter for iPad/iPhone or mirroring cable (available from the Apple store £35 approx) so you can see a mirror image of all your content on the ipad not just photos or videos).

    As standard the Qumi also comes with a universal dock connector so it means most connections will be available to connect to any mobile device such as a smartphone, TV or laptop.

    Also noticeable is the improved iamge quality available when connecting a pocket projector via HDMI eg from your laptop or smartphone you will see a big increase in quality and the Qumi performs well in this area.

    Overall the Vivitek Qumi Q2 was the best LED projector at the show by far and we think it will be for quite some time with this range of features making it the brightest, smallest and lightest portable LED projector ever launched. At £499 its also a great price.

    Also: Check out our Lumafire M200 palm projector as another great option from just £379.98

    Vivitek Qumi Review: on show at IFA exhibition, Berlin

    Personal Projector Ltd have just returned from the IFA show in Berlin this week where the new Vivitek Qumi was on show. It delighted the huge crowds with whats quite simply the best LED projector made to date. Overall the Vivitek Qumi Q2 was streets ahead of anything else on show at IFA this year based on its overall design, image quality, performance, size, connectivity and other options such as 3D/HD ready. It also includes on the UK model free apple cables as well as all the usual features such as HDMI, VGA, AV in/out, speakers. An extended battery is also available as an option.

    Qumi has many added features not available on any other projector

    Whilst most users will probably run the projector from the mains power, you can buy an optional extra battery which is not much thicker than your thumb nail and very neatly docks underneath the Qumi so it still looks quite sleek even with the battery on there. The battery will give you around 1 to 1.5 hrs of power at a reduced lumens rating of 50 lumens (instead of the usual 300 lumens). We tested the Qumi battery at the show and it really was still a good image, in fact still a better brightness than most pocket projectors available today.

    What is also very noticeable is how small and light the Qumi Q2 is which fits in the palm of your hand and could even fit in a large overcoat pocket. In fact its so small it could even be classed as a pocket projector as it also has an optional battery. Overall its much smaller than any other products at this brightness level.

    Battery

    Having the battery makes it a great solution if you’re in an area where mains power is limited or you don’t want to be trailing power cables all over the place. For business users having the battery means you can simply turn on the projector and in less than a second and your presentation is running on the wall or screen. If you work on sites where this is limited power then you can be sure you are getting a large projection image at the highest quality available. For consumers it means you can use the mini projector on holiday, camping, in the car or even for gaming.

    Image quality

    Apart from buying the Casio range of projectors the Qumi is now the best resolution available in a pocket or palm sized projector. It supports up to UXGA (1600 x 1200) with a standard resolution/output of WXGA 1200 x 800. Its also 720p providing great definition for your movies.

    The Vivitek Qumi projector is also HD Ready and 3D ready so you can be sure you are future proofing your purchase with the very latest features.

    The screen size in a dark room will easily go to 150 inches and even in normal lighting conditions its like having two 45 inch plasma TV’s in your pocket providing a 90” screen.

    Portability

    Weighing only 617g (1.4 pounds) and easily fitting in the palm of your hand, whether you want to present PowerPoint slides to 20 people in a boardroom or simply watch a movie then the Qumi Q2 you will find is ultra portable.

    Connectivity

    The UK product also comes with Apple cables included worth around £40 providing you simple connectivity to almost any Apple device so you can project video from your iPhone or iPad.

    As standard the Qumi also comes with a universal dock connector so it means most connections will be available to connect to any mobile device such as a smartphone, TV or laptop.

    Also noticeable is the improved iamge quality available when connecting a pocket projector via HDMI eg from your laptop or smartphone you will see a big increase in quality and the Qumi performs well in this area.

    Overall the Vivitek Qumi Q2 was the best LED projector at the show by far and we think it will be for quite some time with this range of features making it the brightest, smallest and lightest portable LED projector ever launched. At £499 its also a great price.

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