JmGO P2 Portable Smart Projector Runs Android OS

Using built-in Android OS JmGO P2 portable smart projector allows you to effortlessly access to numerous multimedia content. Like the feature? Let’s keep checking more functions of the smart projector.

JmGO P2 Android Portable Smart Projector

The P2 is an advanced portable smart projector that measures 2.8 x 2.8 x 9 inches and weighs 2.2 pounds. As shown in the images, the projector sports an elegant cylindrical form factor, and the aluminum alloy casing not only shows off a charming modern aesthetic style, but also provides a durable and lightweight construction. Meanwhile, the compact design allows you to deploy it anywhere in your house or store it in your backpack for any outdoor activity.

JmGO P2 Android Portable Smart Projector

The portable projector comes equipped with a high-transparence coated lens with 0.3″ DMD and RGB-LED in order to project a 20-inch to 180-inch screen with 250-lumen brightness, 10000:1 contrast ratio and 1280 x 720 pixels resolution from a throw distance of 40 to 180 inches.

Furthermore, the portable smart projector also supports 1080p video playback. Using built-in Bluetooth and WiFi the P2 can stream content from your smartphone or tablet, and an integrate USB port and HDMI port also allow it to connect with other external devices like USB flash drive, HDTV and more. More importantly, the WiFi projector features built-in Android 4.4.4 OS, so you can more easily access to your favorite multimedia content using various apps. In addition, its built-in 15600mAh rechargeable battery offers up to 5 hours of continuous video playback under energy saving mode or 10 hours of Bluetooth music payback between charges.

JmGO P2 Android Portable Smart Projector

JmGO P2 portable smart projector is priced at $579.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details.

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