Ever felt the need to bring a projector with you wherever you go? You can now use a tiny portable projector that runs Android and much more. Let’s have a look!
The T18 Mini smart projector is essentially a TV box running Android 4.4 with a 50 lumen projector and a 5000mAh battery attached to it.
As any TV box would, it features 1GB of RAM 32GB of internal storage, HDMI in, power in, 3.5mm audio jack and two USB ports, IR/LED and a microSD slot.
The projector adopts DLP technology from Texas Instruments US, it should provide a clear enough resolution although on paper it’s just 854*480 (WVGA).
The T18 Mini can also be used with a smart app as remote controller and it sports 2.4G/5GHz dual frequency WiFi.
T18 Mini Smart Projector: Specifications
|General||Product Type:Portable smart projector|
|Optical Parameter||Projection Technology:DLP
Display Chip :0.3DMD+RGBLED
Light Luminance:50 lumen
Standard Resolution:WVGA 854*480
|Projection Parameter||Projection Ratio:1.19:1
Projection Area:30-120 inch
Keystone Correction:Automatic, Vertical: ±40 degree
Projection Mode:Front Projection
Basic Frequency:Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU with up to 1.2GHz
Buffer Memory:1G DDR3
Video Support:H.263, H.264, H.265, VC-1, RV, VP6/ VP8, Sorenson Spark, MVC MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 real-time video decoder
Audio Support:MP3, WMA, MP2, OGG, AAC, M4A, MA4, FLAC, APE, 3GP, WAV
Image Support:Supports variety of image formats browsing (jpg, png, bmp etc.)
Flash Support:Supports flash 11.1
Extended Storage:Support TF card and hard disk
USB:USB HOST 2.0
TF Card:Support up to 32G
Touch Function:Multimedia touch panel
Remote Control:Support Infrared and 2.4G wireless control
Power Input:5V-2.5A DC
Input Support:USB, IR
2×USB:Support USB hard disk data read
1×Earphone:Audio output, 3.5mm joint (can connect with earphone or speaker box)
1×5V DC Input:Power adapter: DC 5V 3A
|Electrical Parameter||Whole Power Consumption:6W
Power Performance:AC100-240V, 50/60Hz
Built-in 3.7V Battery:5400MA
T18 Mini Smart Projector: Photos
The can be found at Geekbuying for $229.99, maybe a bit too much considering the internal hardware, but we’ve to consider there’s still a projector and those never go for cheap.
Do you guys find this gadget any useful? How would you use it?