These Projectors Make Streaming a Breeze

Smart Projector featured image
Amazon
This is e-commerce content. If you purchase something by clicking on a link within this story we may receive a small commission of the sale.

Whether inside or out, with friends or by yourself, having a smart projector can elevate your movie watching or gaming experience. The key to a good smart projector is that it should easily connect to all of your preferred devices. Additionally, it should be portable enough, so that you can take it outside for a movie night, or move around easily from room to room. If you’re using it inside, you can set it up facing a wall for a widescreen experience and it won’t take up as much space as a TV.

We’ve rounded up some tiny smart projectors that you can use with your phone, tablet, and even gaming consoles or streaming sticks. They’re all portable and offer a variety of connectivity options.

  

1. VANKYO LEISURE 3 Mini Projector

This mini projector supports connectivity to PS3, PS4, X-Box ONE or Wii, in addition to phones and tablets. At 2.1 pounds, it’s easy to carry around and set up, and it even comes with a carrying case.

Pros: Good picture quality, easy to set up, designed to project a wide range of picture sizes between 32” or 170.”

Cons: No Bluetooth connectivity.

Vankyo Projector Image Courtesy of Amazon Amazon

  

2. Topvision Mini Projector

This projector allows you to easily connect your phone and synchronize your screen, without the need for an HDMI adapter. It’s compatible with Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, as well as Chromecast and PlayStation.

Pros: Bright projection, 1080p picture quality.

Cons: No Bluetooth or WiFi connectivity.

Topvision projector Image Courtesy of Amazon Amazon

 

  

3. DR. J Professional HI-04 1080P Supported 4Inch Mini Projector

This projector has much of the same connectivity of the others, including laptops, tablets, SD Cards, USB, and video game consoles. Plus, they even throw in a projection screen for free.

Pros: Projection screen included, compatible with Roku or Amazon Fire Stick.

Cons: Color is not as crisp, and it does not have Bluetooth.

Dr. J Projector Image Courtesy of Amazon Amazon