Wouldn’t it be great if you could take cinematic quality entertainment with you on go? Elevate Sunday football watch parties and outdoor summer movie nights with the pocket-sized Wemax Go Pro portable projector. Just one inch thick, the Wemax Go Pro is the thinnest ALPD FHD laser projector on the market.
Projectors aren’t the sort of consumer technology device that would be traditionally thought of as portable, but this small device still packs plenty of punch, projecting images as large as 120 inches in 1080p HD. The Wemax Go Pro uses Advanced Laser Phosphor Display (ALDS) technology to project images at 600 ANSI lumens. According to Wemax, the ALDS technology in the projectors allows it to operate at a level that is 200% more power-efficient than LED projectors. Interestingly, the chemical compound phosphor, which is present in the device’s display, absorbs aggravating blue light to project images using less harmful yellow light. The Rec.709 color Gamut is the standard camera coding color space used in HDTV.
Designed to be carried in your pocket, the Wemax Go Pro can operate for up to 25,000 hours and comes with Roku, which lets you to operate some of your favorite apps such as Netflix and Amazon Prime through the device.
The Wemax Go Pro is available in a basic version for $299 and a pro version for $599.