Projector: Sony LSPX-P1

In the process of covering the latest home theater projectors reviews, for those prefer a more cinematic experience, we’ve noticed some significant growth in the mobile projector market. Part of the reason is that brands are starting to treat them less like a gimmick and more like a niche market that can solve very specific problems. One day they will be right up there with the best 4K projector.

Enter the LED Sony LSPX-P1, which seeks to do exactly this…if you can afford it.

This portable charge is firstly, movable but not super tiny, another trend that we’re noticing. It’s about the size of a home voice assistant like Google home and weighs around 5 pounds. You can perch it on a table, but you probably can’t carry it in your pocket. There is a battery, which allows you to freely move the device around, and it has enough juice to power a full-length movie.

Projector: Sony LSPX-P1 Art
This projector can produce some are, too!

Speaking of watching movies: The Sony LSPX-P1 only offers 720p resolution, but that’s okay. It’s designed for more up-close viewing anyway. The range is 22 to 80 inches, but you’ll probably be more comfortable with a closer viewing range that allows for greater clarity.

The brightness goes up to 100 lumens and, interestingly enough, there are built-in speakers that can provider quite a bit of sound on their own.

It’s no surprise, then that the unit can function as a Bluetooth speaker, an alarm clock, or just an art piece that projects friendly images on the wall. You can connect to the projector with a Wi-Fi connection, or use the HDMI ports for more complicated connections to computers.

The question is, does this model have a place in the modern home? We guess that depends on how you like your entertainment – and how much you can afford. The Sony LSPX –P1 is available for $998, which may be out of the range of some budgets…unless, of course, you’re willing to give up your TV in exchange for a portable movie device.

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Tyler Lacoma

When he isn't enjoying the beautiful Northwest outdoors, you can find Tyler on business and tech sites, writing about the latest news, analyzing trends, and generally making the Internet a more interesting place.

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