Projectors are usually the go-to option for outdoor entertainment. But, finding an affordable projector with enough lumens and projection size can be difficult.
Thankfully, there are good options out there, like the Fudoni Outdoor Projector, that features a balance between functionality and affordability.
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The Fudoni Outdoor Projector features:
- 10,000 Lumens
- USB, HDMI, AV, and AUX Ports
- 4K Support
- Full HD (1920 by 1080P)
- HiFi Speaker
- 5.0 Bluetooth
- 5G WiFi
The Fudoni is an average-sized projector with dimensions of 8 by 7 by 3 inches. Because it is an outdoor projector, it offers a large projection size from 41 to 300 inches.
It is also a 5G WiFi projector which will allow for easy casting. With 5.0 Bluetooth technology, you can also connect external speakers via Bluetooth instead of using an AUX cord.
This outdoor projector is priced at around $200, which is on the more budget-friendly end of outdoor projectors. While you may find yourself needing to buy an external speaker, the same would be the case even for higher-end projectors.
For the pros, it has a large projection size capability along with plenty of lumens to ensure a quality outdoor projection at night. It also has integrated wireless capabilities which will make it even easier and more convenient to use.
On the negative side, the integrated HiFi speakers are not great for outdoor use and will need an external speaker for larger outdoor settings.
When looking for a projector, I came across this pocketbook-friendly projector. It had all the features I needed, PLUS! It works great with an HDMI cable for when I need to use it as a display with my laptop or AppleTV, works with Wifi to allow for streaming from my phone, and even works with USB flash drives to show photos and video pretty easily. The projector definitely works well with screen mirroring from iOS devices (don’t have android to try), and the fact that the projector can even stream the audio via bluetooth to an external speaker makes it even better! It’s also pretty bright and works well in a moderately lit room during the day…
On the opposite end, one reviewer gave it a one-star rating and simply commented: “The brightness was horrible. The picture was fuzzy around the edges.”
The biggest complaint had to do with the quality of the integrated speakers with one four-star review summing the projector up nicely: “Fun thing to have. Biggest complaint is the sound. Hard to hear when outside. Picture is nice.”
All in all, the Fudoni is a good budget choice for an outdoor projector when it comes to smaller events. While the integrated speaker is not the best, the projector does have an AUX port as well as Bluetooth capabilities; so, you can easily connect an external speaker.