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- Remarkable Clarity and Contrast: DLP's advanced IntelliBright algorithms deliver a remarkably bright 100 ANSI-lumen image. (Recommended for use in dimmer environments.)
- 360° Speaker: Equipped with a powerful omnidirectional speaker, this mini projector pumps out sound all around.
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At first glance, the Miroir Synq M189 projector ($349.99) looks like a series of near misses. It is easy to use, but lacks automatic or powered focus or adjustable picture settings. It’s light and has a built-in battery, so it could be considered a portable projector, but it’s bigger than a palmtop and doesn’t have a handle. It’s designed for streaming, but you’ll need to buy your own streaming stick. However, the highlights more than compensate for these drawbacks. We love the unusually high color accuracy and audio for its size, ultra-easy setup, and flexibility to use any streaming service you want. That makes it our new Editors’ Choice for a portable streaming projector. All the resolution you need
The M189 combines a red-green-blue LED light source with a 1280 x 720 DLP chip. Despite its native 720p resolution, it behaves like a 1080p projector with a maximum 1080p 60Hz input, automatically connecting at 1080p. It gives you a slightly softer focus than a 1080p model, but thanks to the brightness of 200 LED Lumens and 150 ANSI Lumens, it is best to use a screen that is no larger than 45 diagonal inches, and at that size the difference is between 720p and 1080p is not very noticeable. (More on brightness and screen size below.) Miroir M189 Diagonal Display1
At 4.25 by 3.25 by 6.25 inches (HWD) and 3.75 pounds without the AC adapter, the M189 fits easily in a briefcase or backpack, but it’s bigger and heavier than the ViewSonic M1 mini or the Kodak Luma 150, which are small enough to be constant traveling companions. One reason for the large size is that there is room inside the case to hide a streaming stick and cable connectors. Removing the back cover reveals a deep cutout along with an HDMI port, a USB-A port for power, a 3.5mm stereo audio output and the power jack. Miroir M189 rear gates
The HDMI port allows you to connect most current computers, video sources, phones, and tablets. This also allows you to turn the M189 into a streaming projector. Insert the desired streaming stick into the HDMI port and connect it to the USB port for power. Miroir even includes an 8-inch USB-A to Micro USB cable. For a neater look, you can hide the streaming stick and connectors by feeding cables through the hole in the back cover and clicking the cover back on.
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