What is your favourite thing to do to wind down after work? For me, I love to snuggle under the blankets and binge watch on the latest Netflix series. I am sure many of you love to do the same.
The only issue is not many of us have the luxury of having a TV in our rooms, so here are some home projectors that you can consider purchasing to laze around during the weekends by binge watching shows or play some games on it.
1. BenQ GV11 - Portable LED Mini Projector To Bring Around
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BenQ's newest portable tiny projector, the GV11, has launched on the market and is poised to overtake curved LEDs and expensive 4k flatscreens. The 270-degree 5W treVolo speaker has crisp audio, with the 135-degree free angle projection with auto vertical keystone, and the Google-certified Android TV 10 are notable features.
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The Andriod TV 10 allows you to access applications like YouTube, Prime Video, and Hulu to stream an unlimited supply of movies, television programmes, and whatever your heart desires. This projector can be tucked away in your handbag and has a power life of up to 160 minutes before you need to charge it.
2. BenQ GV30 - Portable Projector That Has Flexible Viewing Angles And Powerful Speakers
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The BenQ GV30 portable home projector's adjustable 135° projection angle enables it to transform any wall in your house into a screen, including your ceiling. With the adjustable viewing angles, you can now watch a movie while you lay comfortably on your bed or while you’re eating dinner without having to strain your neck.
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This projector also does not require any additional speakers. You'll still feel as though you're in a movie theatre thanks to the 2.1 channel audio experience provided by its twin 4W speakers and 8W woofer. With just a click of a button, you will be blessed with over 5000 apps, movies and TV shows without any additional cables or wires as the Android TV is built it.
3. Lumos Auro - Best For Gaming And Movie Marathons
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The Lumos Auro is a full-sized home theatre system that will give vibrant colours, strong contrast levels, and Dolby surround sound. It has a high 1080P resolution and 150" projection. You can get a smart WiFi-enabled version that allows you to wirelessly connect your Apple or Android smartphone using MirrorCast and AirPlay is also available for an additional $79 dollars.
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For your convenience, this edition now includes built-in access to Netflix and YouTube. With the Auro, your sessions with the family playing Animal Crossing and Overcooked on consoles like the Nintendo Switch or PS4 will be more immersive.
4. YG300 - Affordable Home Projector For Under $60
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The YG300 is your best option if you're searching for a quick fix or are on a tight budget. $50 for a projector can sound like it is too good to be true, but this projector will still be able to get its job done.
There are convenient features like HDMI and USB ports for you to connect to your laptop and the built-in speaker eliminates the need for extra wires for audio. Its primary drawback is the non-HD 240P resolution, but with a huge 80" projection, that won't be much of a problem if you sit back far enough.
5. QKK - High Quality Projector For Movie Nights
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The QKK projector is a popular option for entry level projectors as it offers quite a good performance for its $159. There are more than 3000 reviews and the projector has a 4.4/5 ratings on Amazon because of its large 170" display at a crisp 720P.
The projector also comes with a premium tripod and HDMI cable to allow you to adjust the output exactly. For a full-fledged home theatre experience, it is best to connect it to external speakers even though it has a built-in 5-watt speaker.