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5 projectors that work with Alexa

5 projectors that work with Alexa

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  1. Nebula by Anker Mars II Pro 500 ANSI Lumen Portable Projector
  2. Anker Nebula ApolloWi-Fi Mini Projector 200
  3. Optoma UHL55 4K LED Smart ProjectorWith HDR, Bright 1500 Lumens
  4. LG HU70LA 4K UHD Smart Home Theatre
  5. View Sonic x10-4kE True 4k

Amazon Alexa is a cloud-based virtual assistant designed to make lives easier and more comfortable. The device operates by listening to your voice as you make your commands. It can perform various tasks such as checking the weather and traffic, setting alarms, turning on music, and more.
With the help of Alexa, you can talk and control your projector without disrupting your home theater time with your family.

“Alexa is the gateway into the innovative world of smart homes.”

Top 5 Projectors that Work with Alexa

Nebula by Anker Mars II Pro 500 ANSI Lumen Portable Projector

The Nebula projector comes with DLP Intelli-Bright technology that has 500 ANSI radiant lumen image. With its cinematic sound, theater time with the family will be immerse with deep bass and full surround sound through its dual 10W sound drivers.


This portable projector has a 12,500mAh battery that lasts for 3 hours, just enough for a full-length movie viewing. It also lets you watch your favorite Netflix movies or series, YouTube videos, and many more through Android 7.1.
HD Picture Android 7.1 500 ANSI Im Dual 10W Audio 720p View experience
Extensive Connection Vertical and Horizontal Keystoning USB, HDMI, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Screen Mirroring

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Automatic focus Provides a blockbuster sound App Store and OTA supported Can be controlled using your phone Music playtime would last for 30 hours Brighter resolution with the 500 ANSI Im
Cons
  • No color selection (only black) Cannot be connected with Chromecast Video playtime is shorter compared to Nebula Mars II

Anker Nebula ApolloWi-Fi Mini Projector 200

This home projector allows you to navigate and browse your selection of TV shows, movies, games, etc, with ease thanks to its ultra-portable design. Through Apollo’s 200 ANSI built-in DLP lamp, you can clearly see every detail with clarity and great contrast.
Apollo also allows you to stream and download YouTube, Hulu, and Netflix movies without the need for third-party devices. It‘s designed to be user-friendly and accessible through the mobile application “Nebula Connect” that can be downloaded on your App Store or Google Play.

Designed to be 100 inches wide. Uses 1 lithium ion battery in order to operate. Controlled by the swipe of your finger. You Can watched it wirelessly through Bluetooth, Miracast and Airplay

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • No color selection (only black) Cannot be connected with Chromecast Video playtime is shorter compared with Nebula Mars II
Cons
  • Manual focus Low resolution compared to others Netflix and Hulu’s content cannot be screencast or mirrored

Optoma UHL55 4K LED Smart ProjectorWith HDR, Bright 1500 Lumens

Optoma UHL55 has a portable frame, that allows you to watch anytime and anywhere. It‘s designed with a 4K ultra high definition, 8.3 million on-screen pixels for a high-quality blockbuster cinema experience. Also, this is compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa, which enables you to control it thru voice reconition.

This smart projector is not only compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa, but also with HDR. The HDR comes With DCI-P3 support of wide color which makes sure the display matches the Television quality. It also provides deeper blacks, brighter whites, and greater color contrast and depth.
Moreover, this smart projector can connect to a variety of different devices. (such as Macs, PCs, gaming consoles, mobile devices, and media players.) With an input option of HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2, you can stream Netflix and watch YouTube videos for 4 hours straight through this portable smart projector.
Provides a 360-degree superior and full bass. Intuitive voice command through Alexa and Google Assistant. TV apps viewed through built-in Optoma Market Place. Android OS High resolution with 4K UHD that provides the right combination of color and contrast

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Easy to project with autofocus 4K UHD Blu-ray 1080p 3D display video watching will be free of juddering Room-filling omnidirectional sound system Can be turned on and off, control volume and other commands through voice
Cons
  • Fan noise can be heard Pure motion not recommended for gaming

LG HU70LA 4K UHD Smart Home Theatre

CIneBeam Projector with Alexa Built-In, Google Assitant and LG ThinQ AI
LG CineBeam smart projector is a type of projector that offers a 4K UHD resolution, which means it’s four times the overall resolution of a Full HD. It has built-in streaming services such as Fandango, Google Play Music, Spotify, YouTube and Netflix that lets you stream anything that you want.

Also, this portable projector comes with a digital TV tuner, which means you can connect an antenna to it.

This smart projector uses LED as its source of light and it lets you enjoy 30,000 hours of power time, unlike most projectors who only have a very limited lamp time of 3,000-4,000 hours. This projector also has a built-in speaker and voice recognition in it.


Built-in Alexa 140 inch screen Full control of IP 1500 ANSI lumens TruMotion & HDR10 4K Ultra High Definition (3840 x 2160) Built-in Google Assistant and LG ThinQ AI

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Has a variety of connectivity Dynamic picture quality per frame 4K UHD with 8.3 million on-screen pixel No color loss unlike the traditional projectors
Cons
  • Preset is needed for darker things Details in dark color are not so great

View Sonic x10-4kE True 4k

View Sonic smart projector combines its 4K resolution with its portable design to deliver stunning and color-rich graphics. This projector comes with an easy to carry handle, short-throw lens, and lightweight design.
This smart projector is also compatible with virtual assistant devices such as Google Assistant and Alexa. Further, it also compatible with Harman Kardon speakers to deliver complete 360-degree sounds for a complete home theater experience.


Rec. 709 compatibility 2,400 brightness lumens Ultra High Definition 3840 x 2160

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Versatile setup Minimizes blur of display Auto-off for safety measures Lifelike and vivid color contrasts Advanced light source through LED Accessible through a mobile applicationCons:No 3D display Does not have a lens cover No port for direct internet access
Cons
  • No 3D display Does not have a lens cover No port for direct internet access

Mark Franks Mark Franks is an Author,Entrepreneur, and Youtuber who has a strong passion for technology. He's the owner of Plentyofgadgets and has authored three books in different subjects. Mark believes in a future where technology will push the limits of what's possible in this world. He also believes it's better to be well informed and prepared to take on any new technology of the future than to sit back a let innovation pass us by.

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