LG Electronics PG65U Ultra Portable LED Projector with WXGA Resolution WiDi ATSC Tuner and Integrated Battery (2014 Model) by LG
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- Getting your LG TV connected to the Internet and online content is easy when you have Wi-Fi built in. Disclaimer: *Internet connection required and sold separately.
- Integrated battery lets you be free from the power outlet availability to view your movies or files without the need to plug in.
- Play your movies and photos in HD from a USB.
- Easily view office and PDF files by connecting a thumb drive to the projector. No need to convert the original file.
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Getting your LG TV connected to the Internet and online content is easy when you have Wi-Fi built in. Disclaimer: *Internet connection required and sold separately. Integrated battery lets you be free from the power outlet availability to view your movies or files without the need to plug in. Play your movies and photos in HD from a USB. Easily view office and PDF files by connecting a thumb drive to the projector. No need to convert the original file. Brightness: up to 500 Lumens
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My daughter took it on a week long camping trip and it was a big hit.
There are a few cons, there is no tilt foot. It sits flat. There is a tripod screw hole in the bottom, but with the battery attached there, there is no way to attach a tripod to the battery. It has no zoom lens, you have to move it back and forth to get the right size. Minor issues for such a small, portable, fun projector.
I have not tried any of the wireless connectivity features, I do not have anything that can send to the standards supported.
It is plenty bright at night and in dark rooms however, and even during the day with blinds closed or curtains drawn, it holds up.
-USB port that plays all video files, (.mp4, .avi, .mkv...)
-TV Tuner - I have a small antenna in the backyard and get live sports or primetime television in crystal HD
-HDMI/MHL - Though Roku released a new MHL-less Stick, I use the older generation Roku Stick with MHL to access Plex and all those apps for a prime wireless setup
-Camera mount on bottom to use tripods as a stand
I'd give it 4.5 stars if I could. And if it was brighter for day use it would be 5, but I ain't complaining!
Because the second thing you need to know about is the battery base. That little tapered base they show in the picture, there? It's a battery pack that screws into the bottom of the projector. You can use this thing ENTIRELY cord-free (with, say, a USB drive or a Chromecast). And the battery is good for at least a couple hours. It's terrific.
The projector comes with a ton of other accessories as well. You get a remote control, an adapter for composite video (the yellow, red, and white RCA connector), the power adapter (which is very long), L-shaped adapters for HDMI and coaxial cables (more on this later), the lens hood (cone shaped thing you see pictured), and a base for projecting on the ceiling. It's SUPER versatile. It even has an (albeit tinny) speaker in there.
My favorite features (aside from the battery)
1. Ceiling projection. An included hollow base, plus the L-shaped adapters enable you to set the projector on its back and point it at the ceiling. Sick day in bed? Laziest movie-watching ever.
2. Auto-keystone. You know how when you angle a projector up or down, and the picture on the wall gets all distorted? This projector has a sensor in it that tells it how steeply it's tilted and adjusts the picture to be rectangular. Automatically. SO COOL.
3. LED bulb. You know projectors. They're loud, hot, and obnoxious, but super useful, so we just put up with it. Worse yet, when the insanely hot bulb burns out, they're ridiculously expensive to replace. Well, the LED bulb in this projector is rated to last 30,000 hours. That's over 3.4 years of CONSTANT projection. You're likely to use it less often, so you can probably expect this bulb to last 20 years or more. Plus it's not very hot at all. PLUS, since it's not very hot, the fan is really quiet compared to other projectors.
If you don't need a brighter projector, just get this. It's so versatile and so easy to use. The included tote is perfect for holding the projector and all the accessories, plus there's a little breathing room where you can put in your Chromecast, a Raspberry Pi, or even an Apple TV with cords.
Potential Uses (here's what I use it for)
1. External monitor for Raspberry Pi or my laptop
2. Movies in other rooms (why not watch A Long, Hot Summer again while cleaning the kitchen, or project Super Why in the kids play room?
3. I haven't fallen ill since getting this, but the next time I have the flu, I'm totally watching TV on the ceiling over the bed.
4. Party projections. Playing Breakfast at Tiffany's during the going-away party for a friend moving to NYC, for instance. It was a nice addition to the overall ambiance.
5. Portable video gaming. Since it's a low-latency projector, you can even play video games on it.