The Cibest Projector is a low-budget projector aimed at the low end market. It\u2019s a solid video projector, capable of accepting 1080p input, though its resolution is lower than advertised, which I\u2019ll get into. Cibest claims it\u2019s good for PS4, Xbox, and other console use, and its low price makes it good for a low-price TV stick setup. It\u2019s one of the best long throw projectors in the ultra-budget range, but it\u2019s the poster child of the saying \u201cyou get what you pay for\u201d.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Cibest Projector\r\nThe Cibest Projector is a solid home theater projector aimed at budget markets that are focused primarily on media consumption. While it has a lot of issues, as $89 pieces of technology are wont to do, it provides incredible value.\r\n\r\nPerformance\/Resolution Etc.\r\nAs far as home theater projectors go, the Cibest Projector is a mixed bag. For starters, Cibest is misleading in its marketing--the actual resolution of the product is a very measly 800x400, NOT 1080p. It only accepts a 1080p input, which is downscaled to 800x400 at max. Cibest only hints at this in their marketing; they claim it\u2019s \u201cnot recommended for PPT business presentations\u201d, which would be odd if it was 1080p given only very low-res projectors are bad for PowerPoints. That said, picture quality is otherwise fine given the price, but if you want a real 1080p projector at a low price, the Vankyo V600 is actually 1080p and only costs $199.00.\r\nBrightness\/Lumens\r\nCibest doesn\u2019t post an official spec, but user reviews say the Cibest video projector gets bright enough in dimly lit rooms. As with all projectors, it will appear dim and washed in direct lighting, though it\u2019ll do the job even in medium ambient lighting. You can also try the ViewSonic PA503S if you want to produce really bright images with its 3800 lumens.\r\nAdjustability\/Viewing Angle\r\nSupporting HDMI, VGA, and audio jacks, the Cibest mini projector features adequate port selection. Its range of size ranges from 30\u201d to 200\u201d according to Cibest\u2019s own specifications, though anything close to its max range would make for a miserable experience given its pitiful resolution.\r\nDurability\r\nCibest claims the Cibest Projector has a lamp life of 50,000 hours, though that claim should be taken with a grain of salt given they outright lie about the projector\u2019s resolution. That figure beats out high end DLP projectors like the BenQ TK850 Projector and ViewSonic 4K Projector, even claiming to nearly double the shelf life of very high end laser projectors. Needless to say, their claimed lamp life is incredibly dubious, though longevity shouldn\u2019t really be an issue regardless.\r\nValue\r\nValue is the Cibest Projector\u2019s main saving grace, considering how misleading their marketing is. For $89.99, it\u2019s very hard to ask much; it has a decent selection of inputs, picture quality is okay, and it comes in at the fraction of the price of even decent low end televisions.\r\nCibest Projector Wrap-up\r\nDespite the lies and misdirections in Cibest\u2019s marketing and spec sheets, the Cibest Projector isn\u2019t a bad product overall. Its low price is very attractive, and while it sacrifices a lot to hit that price (and tries to lie its way out of those sacrifices), at the end of the day it\u2019s incredibly cheap and it works for what it\u2019s meant to do. If you\u2019re after a budget projector, I highly recommend the Vankyo V600 over this, but if you\u2019re trying to pinch every penny that can possibly be pinched, you can\u2019t entirely go wrong with Cibest\u2019s offering.