Pyle HD Smart Projector
Perfect for home theaters, classrooms, and businesses, this projector beams out an HD picture to a screen of up to 120” and can be mounted to the ceiling if you’ll be using it often and want to place it permanently.
Many Ways to Connect
If you have an entertainment option, this projector can accommodate it. For example:
- Connect a laptop or Blu-ray player via either of the 2 HDMI inputs
- Plug in flash drives or external hard drives to the USB ports to watch recorded media
- View photos or videos through the SD memory card reader
- Connect older computers via VGA port
- Hook up older TV via analog connection
Thanks to its Android 4.2.2 operating system and built-in WiFi, you can also use this projector to surf the Web and even stream media.
Easy to Control
An included remote makes it easy to switch to the function you want to use, and the projector itself contains a top panel button control. Either way, the Android system has an easy-to-use navigation interface, ensuring you can quickly find what you want.
- Model number: PRJAND615
- Works on 60”-120” screens or walls
- 360-degree image rotation
- 1280x780 HD native resolution
- Built-in dual-core processor
- Android 4.2.2 operating system
- 1GB RAM
- Built-in WiFi (802.11b/g/n), or connect via Ethernet
- Inputs: component video (YpBpr), VGA, 2 HDMI, 2 USB, analog TV, audio RCA, SD memory card
- USB ports can be used to charge smartphones and tables
- Built-in stereo speakers, or use audio RCA outputs
- Universal threading mountain inserts (compatible with upside-down mounting)
- Manual focus lens
- 5.8” LCD/LED lamp with 20,000-hour-plus life
- Brightness: 3,000 lumens
- Contrast: 2,000:1
- Adjustable brightness, contrast, hue, sharpness, temperature, and mode
- Keystone: +/- 15 degrees
- Condition: new
- Product dimensions: 13.8”x10.8”x5.5”
- Weight: 6.6lb.
In the box: projector, lens dust cover, cleaner, remote, spare fuse, AV/power cables
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