REVIEW: ViviBright GP100 3200 Lumens HD Video Projector

ViviBright GP100 HD Projector

$180-$226
ViviBright GP100 HD Projector
8.5

Design

9.0/10

Connectivity

9.0/10

General Performance

9.0/10

Brightness

6.5/10

Video Playback

9.0/10

Pros

  • Reasonbly bright (3200 Lumens)
  • 1080 x 800 Native Resolution
  • Multiple Inputs
  • Very Cost Effective
  • Sharp/Crisp Image Quality

Cons

  • Android Experience is Poor
  • Can be quite noisy
  • Vertical Keystone adjustment only

Vivibright GP100 3200 Lumen’s HD Video Projector Review by The MXQ Project.


The GP100 is a fantastic budget DLP projector and is certainly worthy of being used for gaming, movies, TV and more. It is a perfect projector for most living rooms, bedrooms etc. Today we take a look at the GP100 and see exactly what you are getting for your money.

When we first open the packaging of the GP100 we can see straight away that this is a quality product, the packaging is well made, with plenty of foam to protect the projector during transit. Foam encases the items within the box and with a plastic bag covering the projector for added scratch projection during transport. The GP100 projector itself is sturdy having been made from ABS plastic, which is strong and durable.

Tne contents of the projectors packaging are very surprising, you receive a robust power cable, suitable for your country and is the standard type of power cable found in most PC towers, it is easily replaced as the actual power unit has been built into the GP100. You also receive a VGA cable to connect a PC or Laptop as well as RCA cables and composite AV cable, also included is a standard IR remote control.

There are, in fact, two versions of this projector on the market. A standard version, ready to set up with whatever external inputs you wish to use, and an enhanced Android version, which comes with Android Marshmallow installed so you effectively get a TV box bundled in there as well.

This projector has multiple inputs with an impressive amount of HDMI inputs as well as the VGA input mentioned before, you also receive an Ethernet port and audio input, as well as a couple of USB 2.0 ports.

The amount of noise the Vivibright GP100’s cooling fan produces is very acceptable at 40 decibels, which is a considerable improvement over the previous version, the GP90. The project uses an LED bulb and has a lifespan of around 30,000 hours which should work for around 8 hours per day over the course of 8-10 years.  You should not have to worry to much about replacing the bulb any time soon. This projector produces around 3200 lumens, which for a projector that costs less than $200 is impressive and should easily be able to produce a good image in a relatively dark room, we managed to produce an acceptable picture output through the day.

Check out our full and comprehensive review below to find out everything you need to know about the Vivibright GP100 HD Video Projector.



Until next time

Matthew

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