UO Smart Beam Laser Beam Pro C200 200-Lumen WXGA Pico Projector with Wi-Fi

UO Smart Beam Laser Beam Pro C200 200-Lumen WXGA Pico Projector with Wi-Fi

UO Smart Beam Laser Beam Pro C200 200-Lumen WXGA Pico Projector with Wi-Fi

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Product Highlights

  • Maximum Brightness of 200 Lumens
  • WXGA 1366 x 768 Native Resolution
  • Up to 10,000-Hour Laser Life
  • Dual-Band 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Up to 2-Hour Battery Life
  • microSD & USB Host Reader
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UO Smart Beam C200 overview

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Take your presentation with you using the UO Smart Beam Laser Beam Pro C200 200-Lumen WXGA Pico Projector. It features a compact 5.5 x 0.7 x 2.8" design that weighs only 8.67 oz to allow ease of portability. The projector uses a laser light source to create up to 200-lumen images that will be visible even with some ambient light. You can connect the Laser Beam Pro C200 via Wi-Fi or through its micro-HDMI input, or to a USB drive via its USB host port. Its built-in 2-hour battery will allow you to project nearly anywhere you like.

Focus-free thanks to its laser.
Enjoy video streaming from YouTube & Netflix.
Integrated Bluetooth 4.0 allows you to connect to an optional external speaker.
iOS & Android wireless connectivity.
USB slot to connect keyboard or mouse.
Enjoy nearly any content using an optional USB drive or SD card.
Battery life of 120 minutes, or use the included micro-USB charger.
8GB internal storage to download nearly any type of content.
Up to 23° adjustable keystone function.
Accepts resolutions up to 4K and downscales to 1366 x 768.
Android Lollipop OS and 1GB of RAM.
UPC: 889927000023
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UO Smart Beam Laser Beam Pro C200 200-Lumen WXGA Pico Projector with Wi-Fi
  • Charger
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    UO Smart Beam C200 specs

    Image Display
    Native Chip Resolution 1366 x 768 (WXGA)
    Supported Resolutions Maximum: 3840 x 2160
    Max Brightness 200 Lumens
    Aspect Ratio Native: 16:9
    Lens
    Focus None
    Throw Ratio 1.39:1
    Projection Size 30 - 100" / 76.20 - 254.00 cm
    Features
    Keystone Correction Manual: ± 23°
    Built-In Speaker Yes (Mono)
    Speaker Power 1 W
    Input/Output Connectors
    Inputs/Outputs 1 x Micro-HDMI Audio/Video (Input)
    1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini Audio (Output)
    1 x USB Control (Input)
    Memory Card Slot 1 x microSD (Unspecified Type)
    Internal Storage 8.0GB
    Wireless LAN / Wi-Fi Yes, Built-in
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    Expected Lamp Life Medium Brightness: 10,000 Hours
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 5.5 x 0.7 x 2.8" / 14.0 x 1.8 x 7.1 cm
    Weight 8.67 oz / 245.79 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 3.9 x 3.2"

    UO Smart Beam C200 reviews

    Laser Beam Pro C200 200-Lumen WXGA Pico Projector with Wi-Fi is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made my life so much easier I am a community college lecturer who, due to the nature of my job, hops around a lot from class to class, or even school to school. Unfortunately, not all the schools and classes are equipped with fancy big projectors its sometimes even lucky when you find a class with actually WORKING projector! Well, in this regard, this Laser pro has been a great boon for me no more fearing lest the projector in my next class might not work, no more asking some tall student to turn it on for me(kids usually giggle when it happens) And I can watch movies at night with the same projector even watch youtube Netflix everything. The quality is outstanding too. So I am really satisfied.
    Date published: 2017-02-20
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Only good on paper. Unfortunately this product is not ready for prime time. It sounds like a great idea, but the projector falls far short in every area. First, picture. I really wanted to enjoy a crisp, laser-sharp image without any focus needed. However, upon comparison with other projectors of similar price and resolution, the picture on the C200 just doesn't hold up. The colors are not as accurately delivered by the laser and text and images are not as sharp. Overall is not bright enough for anything other than a very dark room. I compared directly to a Optoma ML750ST. Even on lowest brightness setting, the Optoma was brighter and sharper. Second, features. The C200 is supposed to be able to be used as a standalone Android device, however the navigation is clunky and it's nearly impossible to get anything done without attaching a keyboard or mouse. I was unable to get any display output when I connected to my MacBook pro via HDMI cable. I was unable to get Airplay to work from my iPhone 7 Plus. I was barely able to get Airplay to work from my Macbook, but the display was so laggy and grainy that it wasn't worth it. Some apps were absolutely useless and would not function. Others demanded an update, but updating was nearly impossible using the built in interface and I finally gave up. Sound output is not worth it - Use external speakers or headphones. Overall it's a neat package and great idea. Unfortunately the manufacturer rushed this to get it out in time for CES and it's just not ready. Form factor is great, as is built in battery. However there are far too many options out there in the $500 price range that put the C200 to shame.
    Date published: 2017-02-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from No doubt it's CES awarded product Calling this device a projector might be injustice. Hearing the word projector, 9 of 10 would think the big, ugly looking box with glowing lens. So it shouldnt be surprising that the design really strikes me when I first saw Laser beam pro. It was so tiny and light! The thin projector body was perfectly fitting into my pulse, too. So without much hesitation, I would give this product 10/10 for design. But what about functionality? You may ask, and I would say, this is one of the most amazing technology Ive seen. Admittedly, I do not know much of technology but I still can tell which one is good, bad, or amazing! And I would say the Laser beam pro belongs to the last category. Can you imagine checking your email, doing your presentation, and watching movies all on a single projector? Such versatility is the real beauty of the projector. So here comes 5 star rate for this tiny one. I would have given 6 or 7 if I could.
    Date published: 2017-02-20
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from So much potential on paper, but tedious to use. Positives: 1. Truly portable. 2. Excellent Lumens. Unlike ZTE Spro 2, allows you to keep max lumens in battery. 3. Love the option of charging through powerbank. 4. Plays well from the external media. Negatives: 1. Heats up real fast! 2. A bit too noisy. Deal breaker: 1. VERY low audio. I would have still kept it and used external speakers, but that's not all. 2. At home, my main use for it is to watch Sling TV. But when I connected it to the Internet via WiFi, it would shut down every few minutes and restart. Contacted BHPhoto Tech support (always helpful), and tried the option of disconnecting every other item from the WiFi. It worked better, but ever so slightly. I had to lower the resolution of the Sling TV (defeats the purpose of HD support). 3. Too tedious. When the projector is connected to WiFi, I could not connect, tab, phone or anything to it. Even then I would have kept, but the problem is that it shuts down and restarts every time instead of just showing the error of disconnected. It also means, that every time that it restarts I have to fiddle with the tiny keys to get to the apps > sling TV > change settings > select channel. 4. That brings me to its app. I downloaded the UO Smart Beam app on phone thinking that it would make it a bit less tedious. Good luck connecting the app to the projector! Takes at least 15-20 tries to connect, then disconnects within seconds. I genuinely do not understand who would make such bad app in this day and age! So, it's going back... If ZTE Spro 2 had portability (option to charge from powerbank), and allowed max lumens on battery, that would be my option. But for now, search for a decent portable projector continues.
    Date published: 2017-06-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from No doubt it's CES Awarded product Calling this device a projector might be injustice. Hearing the word projector, 9 of 10 would think the big, ugly looking box with glowing lens. So it shouldnt be surprising that the design really strikes me when I first saw Laser beam pro. It was so tiny and light! The thin projector body was perfectly fitting into my pulse, too. So without much hesitation, I would give this product 10/10 for design. But what about functionality? You may ask, and I would say, this is one of the most amazing technology Ive seen. Admittedly, I do not know much of technology but I still can tell which one is good, bad, or amazing! And I would say the Laser beam pro belongs to the last category. Can you imagine checking your email, doing your presentation, and watching movies all on a single projector? Such versatility is the real beauty of the projector. So here comes 5 star rate for this tiny one. I would have given 6 or 7 if I could.
    Date published: 2017-02-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Laser beam pro projector This projector perform way beyond my expectations. For the size and price. It works great in low light conditions. Build in OS is easy to use. Only down side is it only take SDHC card.
    Date published: 2017-08-29
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