Artlii Mini Projector Unboxing and Review!

Artlii Mini Projector Unboxing and Review!

Hello there guys! It’s CoolFox over here and today, I’m bringing
you an unboxing and review of the Artlii LED Mini projector. These are all the supported files by the projector
if you are going to use the sd card slot included and these are the specifications of the projector. It only gives out a picture of 240p so it
will not be very clear, definitely far from HD quality. It isn’t particularly bright coming in at
only 400-600 lumens and the projection size varies from 24-60 inches. Inside the box you are greeted with a 3 in
1 AV cable, A chunky power adaptor, a remote control and the projector itself in some plastic
packaging. We will take a look at all of those later. You also get an included manual which is very
useful for setting up the projector. So I would recommend taking a look at the
manual. This is the AC Adaptor and as I mentioned
before it is very chunky. This is the 3 in 1 AV cable and this is the
remote control which you can use instead of the buttons on the projector. This is the projector itself and as you can
see there are 6 buttons on the top. On the backside of the projector, there is
the AV port for the cable from before, a headphone jack, a micro SD card slot and a micro USB
port. On the side there is an HDMI port, a USB port
and the DC in port for the adaptor. This right here is the focus ring which is
used to adjust the focus given the different projection sizes. And this is the speaker Now this is
a small test of the picture quality and sound quality. As you can see the picture is not clear because
of the low resolution output of only 240p. The speaker is decent and might even beat
your device’s speaker but it won’t blow you away by any means. Now this is just to show
the different buttons present on the remote and what they do. You have a picture on the top left with a
ring around to represent which button you have to press for that action to occur. I will use this time to talk about my experience
with the projector itself. The picture quality is far from perfect. At only 240p, you can barely see words from
a video or a webpage. The aspect ratio is 4:3 and although that
might annoy some people, It doesn’t annoy me personally. The projector itself is very solidly built
and the ports included are all useful. The colours of the picture produced is decent
but it all boils down to the resolution output of only 240p. Therefore I would recommend this
only if you want to watch something of low resolution or if you want to show a quick,
short movie to a bunch of friends. Other than that, this is not going to be the
same qaulity as the bigger, more expensive projectors. It is also great to travel with since it is
so small and lightweight so I would also recommend this
if you are going to travel somewhere with tight luggage space. I hope you enjoyed this video, if you did,
please leave a like and subscribe for more content. This was CoolFox and I’m out. Peace.


  • Ryan Savio

    July 15, 2017


  • Simba19

    July 16, 2017

    Awesome video bro !

  • Bob Bob

    August 22, 2017

    How do you connect your smartphone to it please help

  • Peeps001

    September 22, 2017

    You get what you pay for. At $45, I didn't expect any more than this.

  • Terry Duran

    October 22, 2017

    Do you know where I can download a users manual for the Artlii?

  • Valkiria70

    March 4, 2018

    Do you know the manufacturer web page for download the last firmware for my artlii?

  • Phil Griffiths

    March 5, 2018

    Everytime you turn it on you could say "240p we meet again"

  • Stewart Coughler

    April 24, 2018

    how do update software???

  • Vinson Shinabery

    August 29, 2018

    Connection to laptop?

  • Émilie Payeur

    September 5, 2018

    Does anyone know how to set a loop on that projector ? There is the option but it doesn't seem to work…

  • Kajal Bharany

    June 19, 2019

    bro how did you connect that to your laptop????? i have an hdmi cord w a usb end and i plugged the usb into my mac and the hdmi into the projector but idk what to do after that bc the projector wont show up on my mac as a device


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