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Lacking a powerful enough brightness and contrast ratio can sour your experience using a top projector. What could have been good video quality quickly turns south. With a good contrast ratio and brightness, the Topvision Projector might just be the best mini projector, while having the added benefit of supporting a wide array of devices.
TOPVISION Projector Review
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This projector wants you to enjoy your movie by supporting all kinds of devices, with better brightness and contrast ratio than its competitors. And why not binge on your favorite TV shows by synchronizing your mobile device, too?
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Starting off with image quality, the Topvision Projector nails two important details: contrast ratio and brightness. The image has a nice sharpness, even with a big screen size. What’s great is how the projector works in brighter environments, too. You don’t necessarily have to wait until nighttime to enjoy your flick in 1080p Full HD-supported clarity. It’s a clear contender against the Dr. J Professional HI-04 1080p. Lamp life is also a plus at 50000 hours. If you do the math, watching a 2-hour movie every single day, the light will last for nearly 70 years. Sound quality is decent in small rooms, so you’ll want to consider plugging in speakers.
The Topvision Projector is very accommodating to whatever video source you choose to use. In some instances, projectors have HDMI USB, maybe. But, HDMI, VGA, and USB ports? Not as common. It goes further by allowing you to synchronize smartphone screens with a USB Out 5V port rather than use Wi-Fi. If you have a USB cable or HDMI cable, it doesn’t matter which video source you use—this projector will play it back, even if it’s a Fire TV Stick. If you want a portable projector, it isn’t that the Topvision can’t be, but the Anker Nebula Capsule and the Anker Nebula Capsule II are better suited for traveling.
Like the Acer VL7860 projector, The Topvision LED projector has a lot to offer, from great picture quality to various ports. It’s very accommodating to the video source you’re using, aside from Wi-Fi. Few mini projectors go as far as this one has. Because of everything it offers, at the price it does, we can certainly give this projector our mark of good value. It’s a great projector to have if you’re putting together a home theater on a budget. Your money is better spent on this video projector, as opposed to a Vankyo Leisure 3 Mini Projector.
For someone who isn’t a big video quality snob and wants to enjoy a good movie in their home cinema, the Topvision Projector is for you. It has good video quality while having all kinds of ports to use, aside from Wi-Fi. Yes, its build quality is a bit cheap, but cuts had to be made somewhere, and those didn’t affect its performance. It’s not so different than the Cibest projector, which is also cheaply made, but very affordable.