Wifi Smartphone Projectors for iOS and Android

| May 16, 2015

If you’d like to project your smartphone display onto your wall or screen to view videos and see your camera snaps, it’s easy with these mobile projectors. This is a roundup and review of the best mobile projectors on the market, that all use Wifi to connect to them for the display. They will all work with either your iOS or Android smartphone and most even include HDMI connections for your TV and consoles.

ZTE SPro

The ZTE SPro is a small and versatile Android powered wireless projector with the option of using an SD card to watch your videos, or view your picture and documents on. It also has wired options and can work with HDMI with an adapter cable. The projection scope is up to 120″, and you can also view files from your online cloud drive.

There is a handy 4″ touch screen on the Spro that makes it easy to setup and use, and the internal 5000mAh battery will also charge your mobile if you’re not using it to view. There is a small stand on the bottom to elevate it slightly so it gives you an angled display. You can purchase it from Amazon here.

ZTE SPro

ZTE SPro


Favi Pico J7

The Favi J7 is a medium size pocket projector. The inbuilt LED lamp allows for 30,000 hours of lamp life and also supports up to 1080p resolution. There are 3 varieties of this projector that you can buy from the basic 100″ display and also 120″ and a giant 150″. Whichever model you select you get a device that comes preloaded with Android 4.2, so you can also use it on its own and access your cloud drive, your online office, or even skype.

It comes with HDMI capabilities, and there is an included cable too. You can also plug in OTG devices and access any files you have on them. There is also SD card slot, and you can either listen to the audio via the audio slot with headphones, or plug your own speakers in. You can purchase it here.

Favi Pico J7

Favi Pico J7


Pyle Smart Mini

This is a Wi Fi projector that gives you full HD 1080p display, and display it to a size of 120″. It works with any iOS tablet or smartphone and also Android devices.  There is an option for HDMI if you want, and it will happily accept microSD cards, and USB storage devices too.

It has an Android built in operating system, and is also bluetooth enabled. There is a mouse pad built into the projector, as well as a remote control for selecting. It has a built in speaker system, but you can also plug in headphones or your own speakers. There is limited picture customization, and it also doubles as a USB charging unit if you want. You can purchase it from here.

Pyle Smart Mini

Pyle Smart Mini


EUG X760+

This LED smartphone Wi Fi projector from Eug comes equipped with Android 4.2, and is compatible with a huge range of devices including your smartphones. It supports HD 1080p, and will allow a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1200. There are connections on the back for legacy device such as composite cables, VGA, and ATV. There is also HDMI slot, so this projector will happily work with any device you have.

It has the feature of a high end projector with 25 levels of zoom, and the super bright LED has a lamp life of 50,000 hours. It also has support for either a keyboard or mouse, and will work with wireless input devices too. This is a great projector, although it doesn’t support basic 3.5″ headphone or speaker audio systems, but it does have its own built in speaker system. This projector is meant to be integrated with your existing home media and used to expand your viewing experience. You can view it in more detail here.

EUG X760+

EUG X760+

 

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