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Wemax Go Projector

Wemax Go

WVGA (960x640), 300 ANSI Lumens,
0.7 lbs, $599 (MSRP)
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4.5 out of 5
1 User Rating
Image Quality 5.0
Features 4.0
Construction 4.0
Ease of Use 5.0
Reliability 4.0
Value for Money 5.0

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The smallest Laser-Projector based on ALPD-Technologie
Review by LoGGoL

I own 2 Wemax projectors - the "Wemax Go 300" and the "Wemax Go Advanced". In this review I describe the "Wemax Go 300". I have owned this one for several months and am very happy with the price/performance ratio offered. This projector is small enough to fit in your pocket and can be taken anywhere and anytime. But the most important thing is - it is a real projector with laser technology. That's right, not an LCD, not an LED, not a DLP, but a real laser projector. Based on ALPD ( Advanced Laser Phosphor Display ) technology - which is the most advanced fluorescent laser technology. Picture quality and color fidelity is excellent. I already have several projectors at home and can compare them very well. Compared to my other projectors, it is much quieter and generates only a fraction of the heat. Equipped with the most necessary connections, you can play videos both directly from USB stick, but also via the HDMI port. WLAN is also available and smartphone mirroring (Android and iOS) is also supported. However, we also come to the projector's biggest weak point is the native resolution of 960x640. That sounds like a lot, but it only corresponds to 1/4 of a Full HD resolution, which is immediately noticeable when a PC desktop is thrown onto the wall via the projector. Small text is barely legible. I can't recommend this device to a cinema fan either - with this resolution, the fun only comes up short. Honestly, though, it has to be said that the beamer wasn't specifically designed for that purpose either.  I would rather recommend the beamer for presentations, children's rooms or for party videos. With 300 ANSI, the projector is more suitable for darkened rooms. But when using special ALR screen and if the size of the projected image is not at maximum, it is very suitable for PowerPoint presentations in a small circle even in daylight. As already mentioned - the projector is very small and also quiet in operation. You can hear the fan noise when you turn it on, but after the first few minutes you don't even notice it. In the meantime, the beamer has been moved to my son who likes to play racing games and now feels like a racing driver when he plays with the steering wheel in front of a giant screen. Pro + ALPD / Laser technology + picture quality + Easy to use + Very small and quiet + Relatively inexpensive Contra - image resolution - brightness - No Bluetooth