- Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 8.6 x 21.3 cm ; 1.59 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 3.3 Kg
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Manufacturer reference: C1
- ASIN: B07QNB3WBD
- Date first available at amazon.ae: September 4, 2019
- Customer reviews: 3 customer ratings
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#19.906 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
- #153 in Home Video Projectors
Portable Ultra-Short-Throw Mini Projector - Puppy Cube Smart Touchscreen Projector, Auto-focus, DLP, Wi-Fi & Bluetooth, 23-100" Picture, HDMI/USB, 300 ANSI Lumens, Android OS, Home Theater Projectors
- 【10-POINT ANYTHOUCH】The 10-Point AnyTouch technology can turn the video projector on any flat surface into a 23-inch interactive and collaborative touchscreen, magic multi-touch projector can be used for watching movies, playing games, cooking, working, facetime, Kids & Parenting, etc. Like a bigger touch tablet, fear no water and dirt, especially with no radiation for children.
- 【HD with 0.3" DMD DLP】Leading ultra-short-throw movie projector with 300 ANSI lumens, 720p DLP & HDR technology, project up 23 - 100 inches HD image, support 4K & 1080P film source - Resolution: 1280 x 720P (16 : 9, HD), and built-in 2 x 5W speakers with full-range two-channel stereos provide a real Home Theater at home.
- 【ANDROID OS】Run most streaming and media apps flawlessly. Such as the Netflix, Facebook and more for endless entertainment; and also support versatile digital connectivities, like laptop/tablet/phone, USB/HDMI, game console, ps4, Xbox and blue-ray player…PLEASE NOTICE: Google Play is not supported at this moment. Apps that use Google Mobile Service like YouTube can be opened via the website. (Can download the apps from Uptodown).
- 【MORE FEATURES】Wirelessly cast the screen of your mobile devices with AirPlay, DLNA, and Miracast; Automatically focus and keystone correction to create the best viewing experience every time; 4G RAM/32GB eMMC ROM; 5M camera & Facetime; 2.4G/5G Wi-fi & Bluetooth; With long-lasting lamps, this HD projector can last for over 10 years of daily use (4 hours per session).
- 【PORTABLE PROJECTOR】The high-tech touch projector was made of coated glass panel, aluminum alloy and ABS, looks more Exquisite and upscale. Carry the Puppy Cube to anywhere with only 3.5 lbs weight and built-in 5000mAH battery, as an outdoor movie projector with 2.5 hours video playtime.
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Google Play is not supported at this moment. Apps that use Google Mobile Service like YouTube can be opened via the website.
Connection for Windows laptop can be connected by a HDMI cable.
Dimensions: 5.2 x 3.4 x 8.4 inches (132 x 86 x 213mm)
Weight: 3.5 lbs (1.6kg)
Build material: Coated glass panel, aluminum alloy and ABS plastic
CPU: Mstar 6A938
Internal Storage/RAM: 32GB eMMC/4GB
Operating system: Android 6.0 with PuppyUI 1.0 Universal
Display technology: DLP
Center brightness: 300 ANSI lumens
Wi-Fi: 2.4 and 5GHz, dual frequency 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Projected screen size: 23 inches to 100 inches
Focusing mode: Autofocus with manual adjustment
Keystone correction: Automatic Vertical Correction
Resolution: 1280 x 720
Supported resolutions: 1080p, 2K, 4K
Camera module: 5 MP
Contrast ratio: 600:1
Color gamut: 100% NTSC
***Inputs and Controls***
Controls: Power button, reset hole, volume buttons
Remote control: Bluetooth remote with micro USB charging
Outputs: Audio Jack (3.5mm)
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0 BLE
Noise level: <30dB
Power consumption: 20 ~ 40W
Battery: 11.1v 5000mAh
Power supply: AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
1 x Puppy Cube Projector
1 x Bluetooth Remote
1 x Micro-USB Cable
1 x Power Adapter
1 x Instruction Manual
1 x Warranty Card
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I came across the Puppy Cube Projector that looked to tick all of the boxes, so after looking at reviews I decided to take the plunge. Puppy Cube was delivered the next day using Prime delivery.
It was packaged very well, the outer protective brown box had the signature puppy logo was nice and was a sign of things to come. The unit itself was packaged in a very smart looking matt black box with glossy puppy logo, very minimal branding but a nice look and finish.
I pulled the unit from the packaging and my first impression was just wow, the unit looks amazing with space grey finishing and the glass panel from the where projection comes from. In terms of aesthetics it is amazing.
The unit needed to be charged out of the box which I suppose can be expected. I let it charge for an hour or so before I couldn’t wait anymore to get into.
I set it on my dining room table, hit the power button and the unit powered up and immediately projected the puppy log then went through a fancy auto focus configuration process which was pretty cool.
I was first using this projecting onto my table, so I could use it in tablet mode when connecting to wifi etc. The unit had quite a large system to do, so I set it off going on that which didn’t take too much time. After the update had installed I started to look at some of the units features and applications etc.
As my plan was to use this mainly as a projector, my first port of call was opening the preinstalled Netflix application, which unfortunately did not work. I tried to update the app, then I went another one of the preinstalled app stores to download another version, which also did not work. At this point I was becoming a little frustrated, however after some research I went to the Netflix webpage and was able to download a version which was compatible with the device. I installed this and I was able to use Netflix. However it was not all good, the remote control could not complete all of the functions when using Netflix, for example pausing I needed to back out of the screen to the main menu which overall felt a little bit clumsy.
I had the same experience when installing Amazon prime video, I think the problem is that the application versionsa are for tablets and mobile devices however when you do not have the touch screen when using as a projector the remote control is not sufficient and creates some issues.
In terms of the quality of the projected image onto a white painted wall it was pretty good, I had it projecting a screen size of around 65” inches. It wasn’t brilliant though so don’t be expecting a real high definition image. Brightness was ok, but honestly speaking it wasn’t that much better than a much cheaper pocket projector I purchased years ago on Amazon, which was a little disappointing.
The sound quality was really good from such a small unit and worked great to create the cinematic effect when watching movies.
The remote-control unit was a work of art, machined metal and space grey finish. It is rechargeable so no batteries. In terms of functionality I felt that it failed in terms of what it could do on many applications. It could benefit from inbuilt track pad, like apple TV for example. I was finding myself getting out of bed to often.
I found the unit to become very glitchy and clumsy working through the operating system. I tried to download some other apples that has compatibility issues. I found the that the I had to reset the unit more and more frequently as it became frozen and unresponsive. I feel the unit needs an upgrade to a newer version of Android and maybe tweak its operating system so iron out these bugs.
In summary, for me I cannot live with the system issues and the lack of the latest android version as its too frustrating especially for a unit of this price. Honestly if it did not have these issues it would be a brilliant device. I would highly recommend it if you are not too fussed about this, it’s a really cool product.
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Remember the Sony Xperia Touch from a few years back? I sure do, and I also remember the eye-watering price tag of almost 2k USD and the abysmal 100 lumens it could output. So I ended up never buying it. Fast forward a couple of years and puppy robot (robotics?), a Hong Kong-based company has released a mostly improved version of Sony's original design, for half the price. I couldn't stop myself from ordering one, and I'm damn glad I did!
puppy cube is such a leap in terms of versatility and usability compared to other Chinese projector manufacturers, and while its based on a Sony design, they decided to make it their own instead of just copying the Xperia Touch completely. The touch functionality feels more responsive, the quality of the projected touchscreen feels fuller and more crisp (the 300 ANSI lumens compared to Sony's 100 helps a lot). The customized version of Android looks a bit goofy, but it's not bad, and most apps run just fine. The perhaps biggest caveat is the lack of GMS, but more on that later.
The projected touchscreen is 23 inches, and works on any flat surface (you get the best color rendition if it's white). You can install apps from an app store called UpToDown, which is a pretty common third-party app store in Europe, apparently. Apps will automatically appear in English if you set the device to that language (only two options anyway, English and Chinese). Apps that only work in portrait mode will require you to move the device, which can be annoying at times - landscape mode is definitely preferred.
If you want, you can connect peripherals to the puppy cube. Either via the USB-A port or via Bluetooth. I'd recommend the latter, to which I've connected a mouse, keyboard, headphones and a PS4 controller, not to mention the included remote control. Here's where the real magic happens - if you tilt the puppy cube down, and have it project to a wall instead of a table, you can up to 100 inches of screen. While you lose the touchscreen functionality if you make the screen size any larger than 23 inches, you can still use the peripherals just fine. What that means is that you get a computer the size of a big milk carton, and a screen as big as your entire wall. Load up any productivity apps and you're able to do real work on this thing. It will also auto focus, but by using the remote you can also manually fine-tune the focus as well.
Or just watch Netflix, or YouTube. Even more options comes from the fact that you can connect your computer with HDMI, a thumb drive or external HDD via USB. The puppy cube can work as a stand-alone device in horizontal mode, but also as a regular projector. The integrated speakers are decent, and the device can even act as Bluetooth speakers!
And let's not forget that it is portable. The battery will last 150 minutes according the the official information, which should be enough for at least a full-length movie and then some.
But despite all the versatility, there are some cons too. The lack of GMS being the biggest one, but there are a few others too. I'll list both pros and cons below. But the pros certainly outweighs the cons.
* It's a touchscreen projector, I mean come on!
* Sensible amount of connectivity options
* Android, hence it comes with a competent OS
* Good sounding speakers
* Goes up to over 100 inches (or at least feels like it)
* Portable with decent battery life
* Decent amounf of internal storage at 32GB
* 720p and 300 lumens
* Sleek design
* No GMS
* A bit too big and heavy to feel truly portable
* A bit expensive for those only looking for a projector
* Doesn't have a tripod mount
* "only" has 720p and 300 lumens
* remote feels flimsy
If you want a projector that is really unusual and insanely cool, then puppy cube is definitely for you. But if you just want a portable projector, then you might be better off buying something cheaper.
1. The Airplay functionality is buggy and works 50% of the time
2. I was really disappointed when I connected the device to HDMI direct, there were slight delays and the audio was not always in synch with the picture
3. Hooked to my 2019 Mac Book Pro via HDMI and things were equally disappointing. My mac kept saying the device screen settings could not be determined and the resolution was all over the place (both mirrored or as separate displays)
4. The Google style app store was blah - and many of the apps are not supported by the device
In summary I had high hopes. The virtual interface is something special and very responsive, but if I can't use it as a proper projector I think it falls a bit short. I am hoping they can do some firmware updates to get it working better. If not I will have to give this very expensive product to my kids to use with their XBOX or something.