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Android 9.0 for the tiny pocket projector Vivicine P11

Android 9.0 for the tiny pocket projector Vivicine P11

With dimensions of 80x80x28mm and a weight of 380g Vivicine P11 It is one of the smallest Android-powered projectors on the market. A truly portable projector that is also totally autonomous since it includes an internal battery of 3000mAh with an hour of duration and Android 9.0 as an operating system.

This projector includes an Amlogic SoC S905X2 that guarantees us fluency and total compatibility with any audio and video file that we want to view and that facilitates functions such as mirroring from a smartphone. As is obvious in this small format the brightness and resolution are not great and to see a quality image we will need to carry out the projection in a dark room

Projector Specifications

The multimedia projector Vivicine P11 uses technology DLP with a native resolution of 854 × 480 pixels, a brightness of up to 50 ANSI Lumens and contrast of 500: 1. The focus is manual, the keystone correction and the focus are manual and we can get a screen that goes between the 30 ″ and 120″ With a projection distance that ranges between 1 and 5m.

As usual in Chinese projectors, this includes a speaker in the chassis of 1W each, it includes an IR remote control and this time we have a touch panel on the top to use it without the remote control.

Other specs

The Android part of this projector has an SoC Amlogic S905X2, a Quad Core with ARM Cortex-A53 processors and an ARM Mali-G31 MP2 GPU with 2GB RAM LPDDR4 and 16 / 32GB of storage memory. We also have Dual Band BC WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0 and in terms of connectors it seems that a USB 2.0, an HDMI video input, a 3.5mm audio jack and a microSD card reader are observed.

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