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Review on πŸ“½οΈ DBPOWER RD-820 Mini Projector with Carrying Case - Portable Video Projector, 5500Lux Brightness, Support for 1080P, 200'' Display, Compatible with TV Stick, PS4, HDMI, VGA, TF, AV, USB by Shawn Martin

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Larger entry-level projector

This was my first projector purchase. I worked with them when I worked at university. I bought this because 1) affordable price 2) size. I knew that for the price I had to keep my expectations low. Conclusion: This is a great projector for beginners. I'll have fun with it and I think the kids will just love it. To clarify, you want the projector to be as bright as possible so you can see it during the day with the curtains drawn. It was good but it works at night. They measure the brightness of projectors in lumens. It says it's 5500 lumens, which is a solid 9 on a scale of 1 to 10. I'm sure if you take a bigger one it will be even better. In addition, the instructions state that it is not for presentation purposes, which is correct as the text on the screen is not 100% blurry. If you're watching a movie, you don't need to worry. Regarding the screen, it is very important that the screen reflects the light accurately. That doesn't mean you can't do without a screen. The video I attached was in my backyard and my wall is yellow and it looked pretty good. There is a flash photo showing the color of the wall. The video I made is over 200 inches and looks amazing. Again when it's pitch black. I also made a screen out of cardboard and wrapping paper. Wrapping paper reflects light well. I showed that on the show Bobs Burgers. Pretty good. I give 5 stars because it met my expectations. What more do you want. I will have fun, I plan to buy a screen that should improve the quality. Maybe I'll update sometime in the future. Two thumbs up from me.

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