I have reviewed mini projectors in the past, and I always appreciate what they are trying to do. That is, a way of projecting some kind of presentation on a big blank wall with something very small. I mentioned in my video how I am planning on being a James Bond-type of supervillain, and supervillains have to have a big plan and a way to present it. Fortunately, I have … [Read more...] about Our Viewcomm iSpace2 Smart WiFi Mini-Projector
Hey, it has been a while since we reviewed a projector, and one from Viewsonic as well. We had a ball with the Viewsonic M1 Mini, and I couldn't help but think that the M1+ Projector was going to exceed my expectations. I was completely right. It's going to be complicated to talk about the M1+ without talking about the M1 Mini, but I will start in saying that the M1+ has … [Read more...] about Our Review of the Viewsonic M1+ Projector
I suppose that this is the third part in a Viewsonic trilogy. This time, we are not reviewing a display, but a projector. I guess I don't really get a chance to do many of those, and I found that Viewsonic's 1 Mini is affordable and pretty versatile. The first thing that you might notice is the size. Actually, you can't, because this image could be any size, but it is … [Read more...] about Viewsonic M1 Mini Projector Review
Okay, now that we are about to start Black Friday, I am sure that it is time to start thinking about gift ideas. For some reason, the more electronic ones are the kinds that fly off the shelf, and although this one is pretty expensive, I am going to recommend the Nebula Capsule Max from Anker, a company that we have reviewed several times. The Capsule Max is a party-maker. … [Read more...] about Our Review of the Nebula Capsule Max Pint-Sized Wi-Fi Mini Projector by Anker
I have reviewed an Epson Projector before with the PowerLite Home Cinema 3000, and I was pleased to review the Home Cinema 640. I was pleased that the Home Cinema 640 was very easy to set up, and it can produce images of up to 300 inches. I wish that I had a wall in my house that could support a 25 foot diagonal. The Home Cinema 640 has 3 LCD Projects with up to 3x … [Read more...] about Our Review of the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 640 3LCD Projector
I have to admit that I haven't reviewed a projector in a while, and I usually review the small ones. This is the first time that I reviewed a bigger one, and it is a very cool one with a small exception that I will get to later. I'll start by saying that it is 1080p, and setting it up is pretty easy. It took the interface of HDMI and components well, and I was able to … [Read more...] about Our review of the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3000
In case you were excited about the cardboard VR, you might want to check out this Cardboard Smartphone Projector. I'm not certain how this device is supposed to work, but apparently, you can put your smartphone on this fold-able cardboard box, and it allows you to project vids from your device to the wall. Considering the price of projectors, the low price of this one is … [Read more...] about Get your own Cardboard Smartphone Projector for a low, low price!
I like how projectors are just getting smaller and smaller, and even though the smartphone projector business hasn't really taken off, there is still a small (pun intended) market for small projectors. This Kickstand comes from Bem Wireless, who has made some pretty cool speakers and other accessories in the past. I first saw Bem Wirless at CES, and I have been trying to … [Read more...] about Bem Wireless presents the Kickstand, a Kickstarter project