Key Features: Ultra-portable DLP/LED projector; 4GB of built-in memory; Optional wi-fi; 3D playback (via optional extra glasses); WXGA native resolution

Manufacturer: Vivitek

Quick Glance
Projector Type DLP LED
Contrast Ratio 30,000:1
Brightness 800
Native Aspect Ratio 16:10
A/V Ports
HDMI 2 (v1.4)
Composite 1
WiFi Via optional USB dongle
Physical Specifications
Height 40
Width 238
Depth 180
Weight 1400
Native Aspect Ratio 16:10
Projector Type DLP LED
Brightness 800
Contrast Ratio 30,000:1
Full HD 1080p No
3D Ready Yes
Max Diagonal Image Size 107
Lamp Type LED


December 3, 2013, 12:09 pm

I do not understand why the best of the new technology projectors do not get any kudos for pushing the limits? Do you think we all want fat boxes with lamps that die frequently at great cost? Do you understand the world has been mobile for almost a generation and this kind of product enables mobile working and home use at the same time? There is genre and market targeting in product development therefore can you please edit this article to modern standards of technology comprehension as the readers of reviews HAVE.


March 8, 2014, 2:21 pm

Oh how I wish for a simple on/off native contrast measurement, and brightness of its presets. All the similar 500-1000lumen LED pj's are only hitting around 370lumens and under 1,000:1 contrast. For my second wish, marketing/advertising should be more ethical with specs, or be held accountable. Ironically the portable LED projector I've seen with the best contrast, has the smallest claim and smallest lie. The p300 claims only 2,000:1 and gets around 1,200:1. Maybe you have to shop for numbers in reverse.

March 22, 2014, 3:14 pm

Qumi Q7 is the upgrade version of Qumi Q5. Q7 has come with a few more facilities including higher contrast ratio, larger screen projection ability, and zooming. Although its size and weight is a bit more than Q5, the image quality is much better and perfect.

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