Posted on December 15, 2020 By Phil Jones
Elite MosicGO Portable Cinema Review – Summary: Highlights, Value Proposition, Pros and Cons
Elite Projector designed the original MosicGO systems to be a complete portable projection system. Both the projector and portable screens are well thought out and work well to together. Everything comes neatly packed in two carrying bags. Setting and breaking down projector and portable screen can be easily be done in less than 10 minutes.
The MosicGo systems all include a 1,000 lumen Full HD (1,920 x1,200) ultra-short throw DLP projector with an Osram LED light source rated for up to 25,000 hours. The MosicGO Sport series projector includes a built-in integrated 37200mAh battery while the MosicGO Lite version, which retail for $300 less, does not. Since the projector is designed for both indoor and outdoor use, for moisture and dust resistance, it is IPX2 rated.
The newly introduced MosicGO 360 systems add a second fixed screen for your home to further increase those package’s flexibility. By combining the MosicGO Sport and MosicGO Lite with a variety of portable and fixed screens, Elite has 24 different system options to choose from.
MosicGO Sport (with integrated 37200mAh battery)
MosicGO Sport 360 (with integrated 37200mAh battery)
MosicGO Lite 360
Projector and 58"'portable screen comes neatly packed in two carrying bags.
MosicGO Sport projector includes a built-in integrated 37200mAh battery which can also be used to power a streaming stick or charge a mobile device
58" portable screen and MosicGO projector delivers a bright vivid picture
100" CineWhite screen works well with the MosicGo projector
Compared to a matte white screen, the CLR3 screen does a great job of rejecting stray light.
The image on 100" CineWhite Screen
MosicGO projector delivers a bright image along with nearly maintenance free operation due to it LED light source. The combination of Full HD resolution, LED light engine and 1,000 lumens of brightness make MosicGO system an excellent solution for portable and daily use.
MosicGO systems are available with a variety of portable and fixed screens at a starting price of less $1,000. The MosicGO 360 Sport system are great value for someone looking for maximum portability as well as a compact UST projector for day-to-day use in their home.
Elite Projectors markets the MosicGO as a four-season projector. Take it camping during the summer and spring to watch movies by the campfire and in fall and winter kick back at home on the couch watching football games on a massive screen.
There are lots of portable projectors and screens available, but when combined the performance of these systems varies widely. The fact that the MosicGO 360 system includes a good projector matched with an excellent screen or screens all one price tag makes this projection system unique, which is why we awarded the MosicGO 360 system a Projector Reviews Special Interest Award.
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