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Asus B1M Ultra-Bright Wireless LED Projector - Ultra Bright

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There’s a room in my house that I like to call the “gym room”, where gym equipment amassed over the years, albeit through good intentions, has gone to rest.

On rare occasions, when the moon is in the second house of Saturn, I sometimes stop procrastinating and begin to formulate yet another exercise schedule.

Asus B1M Ultra-Bright Wireless LED Projector

Asus B1M Ultra-Bright Wireless LED Projector

This entails going into the room and glancing around at which fortunate piece of equipment would win the prize of getting me back into shape.

Looking around and not being able to decide on which exercise gadget to use, my eyes eventually fell on the large open back wall of the room, it was empty, void of any pictures or paintings; just a big, open, clear, white wall.

The B1M comes in an easy carry bag and has physical dimensions of 175 x 44.5 x 139mm, giving it the approximate footprint of a DVD case

The B1M comes in an easy carry bag and has physical dimensions of 175 x 44.5 x 139mm, giving it the approximate footprint of a DVD case

“What a perfect space to project an image” I thought and hurried back downstairs to collect Asus’ newly released B1M Ultra-Bright Wireless LED Projector.

The B1M comes in an easy carry bag and has physical dimensions of 175 x 44.5 x 139mm, giving it the approximate footprint of a DVD case.

This, coupled with a weight of just 900g, makes this projector extremely portable.

Although it has various connection options, such as an HDMI port, D-sub and Composite Video, its portability has been greatly advanced by Asus’ Wi-Fi projection technology, which features a small Wi-Fi adapter allowing the B1M to wirelessly connect to laptops, PCs, Android and iOS devices, thus allowing media to be streamed to the device without the need of cables.

Its short-throw lens is designed to project large vibrant images with 100% NTSC color saturation at 1280 x 800 resolutions at shorter distances and with a 700 lumen

Its short-throw lens is designed to project large vibrant images with 100% NTSC color saturation at 1280 x 800 resolutions at shorter distances and with a 700 lumen

Additionally the B1M features a USB Port and an SD card slot which allows direct projections from a USB storage device or a memory card and has onboard file format support for Microsoft Office documents and PDFs.

Its short-throw lens is designed to project large vibrant images with 100% NTSC color saturation at 1280 x 800 resolution at shorter distances and with a 700 lumen, mercury-free Eco-LED, 30 000-hour lifespan light source operating at low temperatures for instant start up and shut down times, makes the B1M ideal for presenting in small spaces and increases the lifespan of the projector. Its two level kickstand design makes this projector quicker to set up than other screw-adjusted feet projectors and its auto-keystone correction automatically adjusts the projector to ensure a truer rectangular image.

Built into the projector and using Asus’ SonicMaster audio technology are two 2 Watt stereo speakers, ensuring clear sound and negating the use of external speakers.

Asus have once again produced another masterpiece; their integration of high end features in a compact and portable design, with ease of use and near flawless functionality, seems to be a strength that will always keep this company at the forefront of their game.

I would also like to thank Asus for allowing me to find another use for my “gym room” as astrologically I saw somewhere that the moon will only be back in Saturn rising in another three years… so up until then I am thinking... “Movie room?”

At a glance

·         Summary: Compact portable Wi-Fi projector

·         Manufacturer: Asus

·         Distributer: Asus

·         Online: www.asus.com

Tech specs

·         0.45” DLP display

·         1.07 Billion Colors

·         4:3 / 16:9 / 16:10

·         700 lumen

·         LED

·         30 000 hour life

Pros

·         Wi-Fi projection technology

·         Long-lasting LED light source

·         Plug & Play multi-format

Cons

·         Not full HD

Score: 92

 

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