Great little projector. Works great for showing pictures with my phone. Purchased an adapter for hdmi to my phone for no lag watching moves. Perfect for us.
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It's good but the volume is not the best I had to use a external speaker to hear good
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Nice and bright light, sleek design. Battery lasts for the duration of most movies. The unit itself is very portable but you need to have cables and speakers to make it really useful. Onboard speaker is barely adequate. Does not connect to wifi easily, or at all, and the downloadable app for a remote is nearly impossible to set up. Customer service from Kodak is like an Abbott and Costello routine. Be prepared to run content from your smartphone or pad with an HDMI adaptor (that is, hard wired).
Pros: Lightweight, small, well constructed, looks professional.
Cons: Wifi connection dos not work adequately, onboard speaker not acceptable for presentations or performance.
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Great "little" projector! I have used this far more than I thought I would. Very easy to use and set up. Picture quality is outstanding for such a small projector. The colors are accurate and the picture is sharp. This projector is used mostly outside in the evenings either using the onboard Amazon Prime app or a blu-ray player. I would suggest downloading the Kodak app and immediately update the firmware on the projector for best results! Use an external speaker for best results on movie night.
Pros: Easy to use. Great picture for size. Size. Remote is good.
Cons: Some issues with Miracasting. Built in speaker is nothing to get excited about.
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I use my Luma 350 with a Roku stick and it mostly works well. I use the Roku stick because the android apps do not work well on the projector. They run extremely slow compared to the Roku stick. The irritation I have with this is the Bluetooth does not work while using the Roku stick. Bluetooth only works with the android apps. Seems kind of dumb to me and this was a big disappointment for me. I was able to remedy this by buying a Bluetooth transmitter but could have done this with a cheaper non-Bluetooth projector. I have a 120" screen I use in my back yard and the picture is very good considering the price of this projector. I did originally have the Apeman projector. The Apeman projector is about $100 less but it does not have as nice of a picture at 120". Overall I am having enjoyment with the family with this projector but the Bluetooth issue annoys me and it also annoys me it does not charge with USB so you cannot charge with a power bank for extended use.
Pros: Picture quality at 120". Remote control.
Cons: Bluetooth only works with android apps. Has to use the AC power adaptor to charge.
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Super easy connection and stunning video clarity!
Pros: Built in apps, screen mirroring, 4k quality
Cons: No Disney+ app and copyright protection on D+ does not permit screen mirroring
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Very easy to set up and use. Impressive size and picture clarity
Pros: small, battery operated, great projection picture, neat product.
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I just ordered this projector, initially I had the one with 75 lumens. Though it was clear it was not at all bright enough, the ansi rating was barely 35 lumens. But this one is excellent, its variability with your phone or laptop is also quite impressive.
Pros: Image quality Portability Brightness
Cons: Speakers are a little dull
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