Chinese manufacturer Doogee has excelled in recent years mainly smartphones offer very good quality at low prices, these being generally well above as your price range . Doogee now has dared to change air presenting its first cheap portable projector, the Smart Cube P1 of which I speak in today. Doogee Smart Cube P1 review.
As you will have already noticed the images, the Doogee Smart Cube P1 has a fairly small and very bright colors that almost reminiscent of a Rubik’s Cube – not the form but the colors) size, but despite his equips a pretty decent size hardware that we describe now.
To begin we must mention that the Doogee Smart Cube P1 has a native resolution of 854 x 480 pixels but that is scalable to 1080p smoothly. Inside it features a dual-core SoC, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage to move the entire system, although it is true that it is rather designed to play content from external sources.
And is that as a portable projector that is equipped with an internal battery of 4800 mAh which enables playing content continuously for more than 8 hours without recharging the battery (in fact you can also use external battery to recharge other devices), either through its USB 2.0 port, WiFi through DLNA (WiFi incorporates 2.4 GHz).
It also features Bluetooth 4.0 for connecting external devices or even to transfer files to its internal memory from smartphones, tablets or laptops. It also supports Miracast and Airplay, so we can also use these protocols for playing content. Finally, note that also has a microSD slot from which you can also play content.
With respect to the lens, he employs a LED capable of emitting 70 actual lumens (1000 lumens visible) with a contrast ratio of 800 to 1 royal lamp. As you can see in the picture below, is capable of generating an image of 30 inches to a meter away, 60 inches to 2.2 meters and up to 90 inches to 3.3 meters, coupled with its high brightness is ideal for outdoor use.
The premiere of the first peripheral Doogee presented with good performance and best of all, it does so with a very small product, portable and in fact is intended to take it from here to there and even for outdoor use. The bad part is coming out a little expensive compared to other competing devices, while it is true that it is superior in performance.
If you want to become a Doogee P1 Smart Cube you can do through various online Chinese sites, where they are now available for pre – purchase by 153.37 euros with shipping included. They begin with shipments from April 4.