OTHA 1080P Mini Projector
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I have tried several sub £100 mini projectors and although many of them have been OK, you can see why this new model from OTHA is priced at £197.10, although discounts are available. I have to say this is the first mini Projector I have tried which I think is good enough for Home Cinema use.
In the box can be found the projector itself, Remote control, UK Power Supply, USB Power Cable, Tripod, HDMI Cable, Cleaning Cloth and a well written and nicely designed User Guide. Everything has an upmarket, premium feel to it, except perhaps the rather lightweight mini tripod, with nothing looking likely to pack in anytime soon.
This projector, powered by internal battery or mains, will project video, images or Android applications to an image size between 30-120 inches over a distance of 1 to 5 metres. It can play material from a range of sources including wifi, Bluetooth, HDMI, USB, and TF Cards. Running Android 7.1.2, it is basically a screenless mobile phone and any almost any Android app can be installed and projected. It has a 5000mAh rechargeable battery can be used as a power bank to charge or power external devices when needed. The projector can be operated either from the touchpad on the top of the unit or from the full-sized remote control which offers a mouse mode for easy menu navigation.
Unlike cheaper and lesser devices the image from this device is clear, bright and sharp even when at full magnification but declines when this is exceeded. It is dearer than the many budget rivals but it is better made, better presented and gives better results. At the end of the day, these are features worth paying more for. I love the way the image automatically adjusts itself to correct the image shape when the projector and screen are slightly out of alignment. Audio quality from the tiny built-in speaker is louder and clearer than I was expecting although of course, the device has a standard 3.5mm audio out port for external speakers. Another positive feature was that when I connected it to the internet it was immediately offered a system update, a good sign that the product is still being developed and improved.
I have tried several similar-sized min projectors and whilst they have all been OK, none have the quality, premium feel of this device, nor have they capable of giving as sharp clear and bright an image as this one. I have to say that this is the only mini projector I have tried that I intend to hang on to.
Great Image Quality
Easy to Use
No Carry Case
Old Android Version
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