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The projector also comes with an Android TV dongle and a capable Netflix app. And its three-LCD-chip design eliminates any possibly of seeing the red, green, and blue flashes, known as rainbow artifacts, that some people see more easily than others. The price is a little high for the 720p resolution, but most 720p and 1080p projectors that offer both portability and 2,000 lumens use lamps that, unlike lasers, have to be replaced over the life of the projector, raising the total cost of ownership.
For those who are looking for maximum portability, the GV30 will be hard to beat. Lots of portables are lighter and smaller, but they don't offer the GV30's two 4-watt tweeters and 8-watt woofer, which give it its full bodied sound, and most don't include built-in streaming. The 720p resolution is low by today's standards, as is the rated 300 ANSI lumen brightness. But the low brightness means you probably won't notice any loss of detail or sense of soft focus at the image sizes you're most likely to use.
Most mini projectors are less expensive than any room-to-room portable, and the Solar Portable is our top pick in the category. Even better, along with a low price, it fits a lot of features into a small package, including native 1080p resolution, built-in Android TV 9 for streaming over a Wi-Fi connection and for screen mirroring, and a built-in rechargeable battery that can outlast most full-length movies. Anker rates the Solar Portable at 400 ANSI lumens, which isn't as bright as most room-to-room portables, but we found it bright enough to fill a 90-inch screen in the dark and be watchable on an 80-inch screen in moderate ambient light.
The Solar Portable will appeal to those who are either on a tight budget or want a 1080p projector that's more portable than room-to-room models. Its only important limitation for watching movies is its audio. In our tests, the dual 3-watt speakers delivered distorted sound at top volume and offered no better than serviceable quality at mid volume. But if you already have an external audio system or powered speakers you can use with it outdoors, you can still get the benefit of the budget price. If not, the cost of the Solar Portable plus speakers may not save you money over a projector with a more robust onboard sound system. However, if you also need a fully portable projector for, say, business presentations on the go, it can save you the cost of buying separate projectors for home and work.
The conventional wisdom is that 3D was a fad that has long since petered out. That's undeniably true, but some people have libraries of 3D discs that they want to watch, and a lot of current projectors still offer 3D. The Horizon is one of them. It's also one of the least expensive 1080p models that's suitable for outdoor use and also offers high enough brightness to show 3D movies at a reasonably large size. On any projector, 3D is necessarily dimmer than 2D, so you need to start with a high 2D brightness to have any chance of having a good movie-watching experience with 3D. The Horizon's 2D modes are easily bright enough for an 80-to-90-inch screen in the ambient light typical of a backyard. You may need to drop the size a bit for 3D movies, but not by much.
If you're a gamer who wants a 1080p room-to-room portable both for the backyard and for gaming, the X1300i may well be your projector of choice. In addition to the already mentioned three game modes for audio and video, it offers a button on the remote to easily switch to any of them, or to one of the picture modes for movies or video. It also offers a short lag time. We measured it at 16.3ms for 1080p/60Hz input, which is consistent with BenQ's rating of 8.33ms at 120Hz. That said, even those who aren't interested in gaming may choose it for its combination of higher brightness than most 1080p competitors (particularly helpful for outdoor and 3D viewing) and its image quality for movies and video.
Any given projector offers a native resolution, which tells you the number of pixels it can put on the screen. More pixels means finer detail. For the projectors most appropriate for movies, you have three basic choices for native resolutions: 720p (1,280 by 720), also called HD; 1080p (1,920 by 1,080), also called Full HD; and 4K (3,840 by 2,160), also called UHD. In some cases the native resolution for the imaging chip may be slightly greater, as with 1,280 by 800, but when you're viewing a movie, the actual number of pixels that will light up will be 1,280 by 720 or fewer, depending on the movie's aspect ratio (the ratio of width to height). All three of the resolutions you care about have a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Choosing among these resolutions depends almost entirely on how big your budget is and much you care about seeing fine detail. Higher resolution costs more, shows more detail, and has a sharper look. However, resolution doesn't affect color, contrast, or any other aspect of image quality. A lower resolution just gives the image a slightly soft-focus look in comparison. Note also that most 720p and 1080p projectors can accept higher-resolution input and downconvert the image to their native resolution, so they behave like a higher-resolution projector with a soft focus. However, you might want to check the highest-resolution input a projector supports before buying.
More and more 1080p and 4K projectors also support HDR, which can do more to improve the visual impact for movies than higher resolution does. Unfortunately, the key phrase in that sentence is "can do more." None of the projectors suitable for carrying outside for backyard movies at this writing delivers on HDR's promise of improving image quality. In fact, most put a better-looking image on the screen with the 1080p SDR versions of movies than the 4K HDR versions. So while you can count on 4K projectors giving you more detail than 1080p projectors (assuming you're using a large enough screen and watching from a close enough distance to see the difference), don't count on HDR support translating to improved image quality. Check how well the projector actually handles HDR, which is something we cover in our reviews.
Finally, as mentioned above, if you want to play content downloaded (legally, mind you) to a USB drive or flash-memory card, make sure to pick a projector with an appropriate card slot or USB port. One wrinkle to that: Verify that the projector not only supports playing movies from the memory card or key, but supports playing them at the target resolution you want to use. That's not always a given.
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