Philips NeoPix Easy+ Mini Home LED Projector

With 80-inch images and 1080p resolution, Philips NeoPix Easy+ mini home LED projector lets you enjoy your favorite movies at home. Need more features? Let’s keep checking.Philips NeoPix Easy+ Mini Home LED Projector

NeoPix Easy+ is a beautifully crafted and versatile home LED projector that measures 5.91 x 8.15 x 3.33 inches and weighs 1.9 lbs. As shown in the images, with a smooth and glossy titanium finish and tidy arrangement for decent details, the projector shows off a stylish, modern appearance design that blends well in any living space. Meanwhile, the compact profile allows you to easily place anywhere in your home or for easy transportation.Philips NeoPix Easy+ Mini Home LED Projector

The mini home projector is capable of projecting up to 80 inch display, and its 2600 Lumen LED light source not only ensures sharp, bright images and vivid colors, but also lasts over 20,000 hours. Its adjustable focus and keystone correction ensure it always projects distortion-free screen. Furthermore, it supports 1080p resolution, and built-in stereo speakers bring you matching sound performance with the quality images. Built-in Bluetooth connectivity also allows it to connect with any Bluetooth speakers or boombox for a bigger sound.

Moreover, WiFi mirror function allows it to wirelessly mirror any Android/ iOS smartphone or mobile devices, and it comes equipped with HDMI, USB port, microSD slot and AV port so that you can easily connect it with various devices like Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, game console, memory card and more. In addition, built-in media player allows it to directly play all videos, images and even songs from USB or microSD.

Philips NeoPix Easy+ mini home LED projector is priced at $179.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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