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[Prime] QKK Latest Upgraded 4200Lumens Mini Projector $77.46 Delivered @ Best Seller via Amazon AU

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Under $80 again, very good native 720p projector for the price.

Full HD Projector 1080P Supported - Our QKK Mini Projector is gread designed for indoor and out door movies in dark. You will surely enjoy your happiness movie night with your family easily. [Not Recommended For PPT Presentation!]
720P Native Resolutions: QKK home theater projector supports 1920*1080 resolution with 50,000 hours long term lamp life, 2000:1 contrast ratio, 16::9 aspect ratio, 32-176” big screen display at the distance of 1.5M-5M. (reasonable distance is 3.5M with 120” display)
Double USB Port Designed Projector - Cocerned about many customers need to use 2 USB flash drives at the same time, QKK mini projector technical team worked hardly and successfully added another usb port on the projector (The mini projector which has this feature on the market). By doing this, you can use two USB thumb drives at the same time.
Multi Home Theater Mini Projector - QKK full hd projector also has HDMI, AV, VGA, SD Card port, which allows you to use it with Laptop, PCs, TV Box, TV Stick, Tablets,DVD player, SD Card, USB Flash Drive, players (Music, Pictures, Video), Smartphones ( Wireless HDMI Dongle not included).
Meet Your Home Needs: Watch movies, take online classes, or keep the kids entertained with hours of cartoons and educational videos [for use in low-light environments]. It's the innovation of traditional projector, built-in stereo speakers.

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This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2021

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    so i can plug in chromecast and then i can stream youtube, photos, etc from mobile phone and chrome browser from laptop?

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    Can someone clarify. Says 720p native in post and other parts of listing but also says.

    Screen Resolution ‎ 800 x 480

    • +1 vote

      I think it's basically saying supports 720p/1080p input, but its output is 480p. But I might be wrong.

    • +1 vote

      Should be 720p native the description is wrong.

      I owned it so can confirm 720p native.

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    “Gread price ! “

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    Why is it not recommended for powerpoint presentations?

    • +1 vote

      looks like blurry and not sharp enough for text!

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    technical team worked hardly

    Go hardly champions!

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      Working hardly or hardly working ?

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    I got one of these for $100 a month or so ago. Can't complain for the price. I connect mine to an MiBox, and connect to a bluetooth speaker.
    Image is pretty good but the edges get a bit blurry when using at longer distances (3m+ from wall)

  • +2 votes

    15% cashback at 4pm if still in stock

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    are these better operated when mounted from the ceiling , or operated off a coffee table

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      Table. This is a cheap junky toy projector. You wouldn't want to regularly watch anything on it, let alone mount it.

      It's for people who don't own a TV, only a laptop or phone, who want something bigger (but worse image quality) to watch stuff on, for less than $100.

      • -1 vote

        I don't think you own it or play with it before.

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    I have this. It's pretty good. My biggest complaint is the fan noise - I sometime use noise-cancelling headphones when watching a movie just so it isn't too overwhelming. Speakers on the projector are useless and overwhelmed by the fan noise.

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    can this be connected to a bluetooth speaker for better sound quality while using a chromcast to screen mirror vides and moview from phone to projector ?

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      The google tv (Chromecast like dongle) will let you Bluetooth audio to another device.

      If this has 3.5mm out, you can plug in a Bluetooth transmitter or speakers.

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    Invest on a much better buy blitzwolf that goes on sale often. so much better expereince. This qkk purchase ends up being buyer's regret.

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    Gone back to $97

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      Have to apply the $20 coupon

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    better than one of these?: https://auspost.com.au/shop/product/thomson-720p-hd-projecto...

    only $79 also, and any issues you can probabaly just drop it back in to the post office (has anyone taken anything back there?)

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    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/625472 this deal is back on, code works!

    This post inspired me to buy the blitzwolf

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      I also got this, this is real 1080p and better than the QKK and a lot brighter. The only think is a bit noisy.

  • -1 vote

    Guys just keep in mind this is not close to a "real" projector that you'd watch movies or play video games on. It's a lower-res (the "1080p" is a flat-out lie) low-brightness low-quality toy.

    It's "good value" in that it's 20% of the real experience for only 15% of the price, but it's a bit like buying a $30 android phone. You won't really end up using it much.

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      You own it?

      I can't understand why people write bad comments on something but they never play or own it.

      Check video review posted on Amazon, of course you can't compare it with real 1080p projector but for $77 it is very good.

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        for $77 it is very good

        That's exactly what I said. I'm just concerned by all the people in the comments talking about how this is a great deal, as if

        a) it's unusual to find projectors of this quality for this price, or as if
        b) it's just a cheaper version of the kind of home cinema projectors that go for $700 plus that could actually replace a TV for regular movie watching or gaming

        Neither is close to the truth.

        All the excited people in this thread will end up very disappointed unless they have a chance of knowing those facts, and can ground their expectations a bit.

        This is a good deal for a very cool and fun toy, not an incredible-amazing-super deal for a passable home theatre projector.

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          a) it's unusual to find projectors of this quality for this price, or as if

          Post one here where you can find native 720p projector for $77? Also I don't think you have play with one before, right? If you have never play with one before, how can you tell it is junk? I owned it even though I have the BlitWolf VP6 now but for $77 native 720p I won't call it junk.

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            @superforever: Once U buy the VP6… You will call this Junk. $77 can be better spent towards.. say a VP6.