The Formovie P1 compact qHD (960 x 540P) Digital Light Processing (DLP) pocket projector features ALPD laser technology in an ultra-portable chassis that measures less than one inch thick and lists at $399 MSRP.
The Formovie P1 provides a manufacturer rated 800 lumens (not ANSI lumens) of brightness with 25,000+ hours of laser-light source life, can project a 16x9 image up to 100 inches diagonally, and features vertical auto-keystone correction capabilities.
Formovie P1 Specs
Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)
Zoom Lens Ratio
10.5 oz. (0.3 kg)
1 Year Limited Warranty
The Formovie P1 is the worlds smallest projector with an Advanced Laser Phosphor Display (ALPD) light source designed to provide a bright and colorful image. ALPD is a technology that tackles the disadvantages faced by LED and lamp projectors to display brighter, more vivid images for extended periods of time. Lamp projectors produce sufficient brightness but are prone to overheating and require multiple bulb changes. LED lights solve the problem of maintenance, but they can only produce a limited amount of brightness that affects the quality of the picture. Laser light projectors can achieve a higher brightness level, reach a wider range of colors, and be designed to be much smaller than traditional projectors.
In addition to measuring less than an inch thick, the Formovie P1 weighs only 10.5 oz. (0.3 kg) and comes with a carrying case capable of holding the projector and its accessories. The whole kit can easily fit into a backpack or a purse for easy transport.
The built-in powered speaker makes this projector the perfect solution to display content in a meeting room or bedroom. When users add a compatible external battery, the P1 can be used for watching movies in the backyard or on a camping trip.
This portable projector does all of the hard work when getting the perfect display. It supports vertical auto-keystone correction, so you can simply place it in the desired spot facing the screen and let the Formovie P1 projector perfectly align the display to the screen. Vertical keystone correction lines up the image to fix distortion at the top or bottom of the screen.
The Formovie P1 has built-in Wi-Fi connectivity allowing users to cast various content that is not copy-protected from a compatible iOS or Android device like a phone or tablet. This projector is good for watching movies, displaying photos, or chatting with others on a bigger screen than your phone has.
Unlike a smartphone, tablet, or TV screen that uses direct light to display images, Formovie P1 uses light diffusion that bounces light off another surface and protects the viewer's eyes over long periods of viewing. It’s a more suitable option than a tablet for children’s screen time, and it can create an experience that is more immersive and nurturing to the learning mind.
The projector is available from the Formovie store for a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $399.