I found a 120-inch TV for $350 – there’s a slight catch, but it’s worth it
EMOTN has launched a new Netflix-licensed home projector — and it’s impressive.
I got to try the first and newest officially licensed Netflix projector from smart projector brand Emotn and I wasn’t disappointed.
Dubbed the Emotn N1, the projector itself looks slim and light, measuring 7.16 x 4.92 x 7.55 inches.
It comes with a remote control with hotkeys for Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube, making streaming easy.
Setup was also seamless – all you have to do is follow the on-screen instructions to connect to your phone and Wi-Fi.
In terms of the quality of the projector, I was blown away by its 1080P Full HD clarity and 500 ANSI lumens.
Images were sharply focused and vibrant, and I was able to enjoy Netflix with an amazing 120-inch span.
And when I think of TVs that big being thousands of dollars, it felt like a steal for a similar viewing experience.
Perhaps most notably, the projector features ToF (time-of-flight) laser autofocus and automatic keystone correction.
This means viewers don’t have to manually sort out an image if it becomes blurry or out of focus – the projector does it for you.
In addition, the sound was good as the projector has Dolby Audio and two 5W speakers.
If you still don’t like the sound, you can connect the projector to a separate speaker.
Emotn’s N1 projectors can also be used as Bluetooth-only speakers for functions outside of movie night, which is nice.
And thanks to the device’s versatile connectivity, you can connect it to products via HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
However, I think my favorite part of the projector was the ability to screencast from my phone, allowing me to share content with others on the big screen.
According to Emotn, the N1 has a lifespan of 30,000 hours and a low noise level of 26 dB.
The N1 is currently priced at $499.99 on Amazon – but there’s currently a $50 coupon that drops the price to $349.99.
- EMOTN N1 Smart Projector, $349.99 at Amazon – buy now
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