Bomaker Parrot 1 offers a lot valuable features and very useful functions, ensuring a high picture quality with a great value for money. Let’s check them all out in this full review.
- 1 Specifications
- 2 What’s in the box?
- 3 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs WiMiUS K1
- 4 BOMAKER Parrot 1: Main Features and Benefits
- 5 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs YABER V6
- 6 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs Vamvo L6200
- 7 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs TOPTRO X1
- 8 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs YABER Y31
- 9 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs BOMAKER GC557
- 10 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs BOMAKER GC555
- 11 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs BOMAKER GC355
- 12 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs VANKYO V630
- 13 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs TOPTRO TR80
- 14 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs WiMiUS S1
- 15 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs WiMiUS P21
- 16 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs WiMiUS P20
- 17 BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs YABER YB1
- 18 BOMAKER Parrot I vs GooDee BL98
- 19 BOMAKER Parrot 1 Netflix – How to watch Netflix and other apps on this projector?
- 20 Frequently Asked Questions
- 21 Recommended accessories for BOMAKER Parrot 1
- 22 BOMAKER Parrot 1 Best Deals
- Model: BOMAKER Parrot 1
- Display Technology: LCD
- Light source: LED
- Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080 px (Full HD)
- Max Resolution: 4K Ultra HD
- Brightness: 7200 lumens
- Contrast ratio: 10000:1
- Keystone Correction: ±50° vertical and horizontal (automatic) + ±20° manual
- Focus: manual
- Rotating keystone: Yes
- Screen size: 50 – 300 inches
- Aspect ratio: 16:9 / 4:3
- Projection modes: front / rear / upside down
- Projection distance: 1,7 – 9,2 m. (5,5 – 30,2 ft)
- Zoom function (X/Y): 100% – 50%
- Built-in dust filter (reusable)
- Cooling system: Yes
- Fan noise: 5W dual stereo Hi-Fi
- Dolby Digital (AC-3): supported.
- Connection terminals: 2 x HDMI / 2 x USB / AV / VGA / SD card slot / audio output 3,5mm mini jack
- Chromecast & Fire TV Stick: supported.
- Android device connection: MHL cable (not included)
- iPhone device connection: Lightning to HDMI adapter (not included)
- Suitable for use in presentations: Yes
- Ceiling mounted: Yes
- Video format: MP4, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, H264, MOV, FLV, Vc1, DivX
- Audio format: MP3, WAV, M4A, FLAC, OGG
- Lamp life: 50000 hours.
- Power Supply: 100V-240V-50/60Hz
- Dimensions: 31 x 23 x 11 cm (12,2 x 9 x 4,3 in)
- Weight: 2,8 kg ( 6,1 lbs)
- Warranty: 2 years.
*Some specs could vary slightly from one country to another.
What’s in the box?
- BOMAKER Parrot I | Native Full HD Projector
- Dust filter inside the unit (removable and cleanable)
- HDMI cable
- 3 in 1 AV cable
- Power adapter
- Remote control
- User Manual
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs WiMiUS K1
BOMAKER Parrot 1: Main Features and Benefits
- Great viewing experience thanks to its 7200 lumens of brightness and its high contrast given by 10000:1 ratio. These features allow you to get crystal clear images, vibrant colours and genuine contrast during the projection.
- Bomaker Parrot 1 has Full HD (1920 x 1080 px) native resolution and it supports 4K resolution.
- Unlike other low-cost projectors, the Bomaker Parrot I includes 3 very valuable features that will take your projection experience to another level: ±50° vertical and horizontal automatic keystone correction, zoom function 100%-50% and rotating keystone to adjust the rotation of an image. All these functions are fully adjustable from the remote control so you won’t have to move the unit to get a perfect image with no distortion, even when the projector is ceiling mounted.
- You can watch movies, play games and even make a business presentation with a high picture quality.
- It has a lot of connection terminals such as dual HDMI and USB ports, AV and VGA terminals, SD card slot and audio out mini jack (3,5 mm) which allow you to connect a comprehensive list of devices: laptops (Windows or Mac), tablets and smartphones (Android or iOS), video game consoles such as PS3, PS4 or Xbox, DVD and Blu-Ray player, USB stick, external hard drives, TV Box, among others.
- It supports Chromecast and Fire TV Stick so you’ll be able to share the smartphone’s screen and to get access to Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime Video and so many more apps.
- Including 5W dual stereo speakers with Hi-Fi sound, the projector allows you to get a high sound quality. However, you’ll be able to connect your own external speakers if you want to get a more powerful sound experience.
- Another feature that should be highlighted is the compatibility with Dolby Digital sound, which is unusual compared to other projectors for the same price.
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BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs TOPTRO X1
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs YABER Y31
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs BOMAKER GC557
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs BOMAKER GC555
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs BOMAKER GC355
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs VANKYO V630
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs TOPTRO TR80
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs WiMiUS S1
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs WiMiUS P21
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs WiMiUS P20
BOMAKER Parrot 1 vs YABER YB1
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BOMAKER Parrot 1 Netflix – How to watch Netflix and other apps on this projector?
To be able to watch Netflix on BOMAKER Parrot 1, as well as many other streaming services like Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus, HBO Now, Apple TV Plus and Hulu, and apps like YouTube, you have several options:
- Chromecast, Fire TV Stick or Roku connected to the projector’s HDMI port.
- Android smartphone or tablet connected via USB C to HDMI cable to the projector’s HDMI port.
- iPhone or iPad connected to the projector’s HDMI port through a Lightning to HDMI cable.
- Laptop, MacBook, PC or Mac connected to the HDMI port.
- PS3, PS4, Nintendo Switch or Xbox One connected via HDMI to the projector’s HDMI port.
- Via Android TV Box or Apple TV Box connected to the HDMI port.
- Nvidia Shield TV o Shield TV Pro connected to the HDMI port.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Does this work with smartphones?
Yes, it does. You have to use an MHL cable for Android (device should support MHL function) and a Lightning to HDMI adapter for iPhone. Also, you can connect them wirelessly by a Chromecast.
- Can I use this for PowerPoint and Excel presentations?
Yes, you can.
- Is the projector Bluetooth?
No, it isn’t. If you would to connect Bluetooth devices, such as an external bluetooth speakers, you will need to plug in a Bluetooth transmitter.
- Does it support Dolby Digital (AC-3)?
Yes, it does!
- What distance would you need to place the projector for a 300 inches screen?
It’s about 9,2 metres (30,2 ft). You’ll find a detailed list of each distance and size below.