With the high prices of TVs, many are looking to projectors for affordable and quality entertainment systems.
Often, modern-day projectors can rival the screen quality of a normal TV in a dark room and are also convenient to set up and transport. Plus, they are ideal for outdoor entertainment as well. One such projector is the Pericat 5G WiFi Projector.
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The Pericat 5G WiFi Projector features:
- 18,000 Lumens
- VGA, USB, AUX, and HDMI Ports
- 4K Support
- Full HD 1920 (by 1080P)
- HiFi Speaker
- 5.0 Bluetooth
- 5G WiFi
The Pericat is an averaged-sized projector coming in at 8.27 by 7.1 by 3.14. Its projection size ranges from 50 to 350 inches which makes it a great option for outdoor use and large parties.
As a 5G and Bluetooth-capable projector, smart devices are able to wirelessly connect to it. You can cast from your phone as well as connect an external speaker via Bluetooth.
At around $220, this projector is an affordable, mid-range option for home use. It is not meant for more intensive usages such as a classroom projector but will do just fine as a personal projector.
For the pros, this projector features wireless capabilities which makes it simple and convenient to connect external devices and to cast from smart devices.
With 18,000 lumens, this projector has more than enough power to display bright images in indoor and outdoor settings.
As a con, while this projector does have a max projection size of 350 inches, it should not be used for presentation or business purposes in front of a large audience as the image quality will not be the best for those in the back of the room.
Very big screen I think they said 300″. Image is clear and bright at night. You may need some kind of curtain during the day. Very friendly user interface and minimal setup needed, just turn on and play. Small, compact and light weight. There is a bit of noise during projection but compared to my last projector it is slightly quieter. Again for this price point this product will meet your expectation.
On the negative side, one reviewer gave the projector a two-star rating and said:
Using my Win 10 laptop hdmi output, I could not get the center of the screen And the edges in focus. Text on the edges was unreadable when the center was in focus. I wanted to use this for a presentation including pictures, video and text. The pictures and video were OK. The text on the edges was fuzzy. Members of the audience commented on this…
If you are looking for a solid projector for home use, then the Pericat is a good option. With integrated wireless capabilities, this projector is very convenient to use and foregoes the need to mess around with cables.
However, if you are looking for a projector for business use, then the Pericat is not the best option and should not be used for large formal gatherings.