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Yaber V12 Portable 1080P LCD Projector Review

Posted on July 10, 2024 by Philip Boyle
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An incredibly full-featured yet affordable projector from Yaber.

The Yaber V12 is a 700 ANSI lumen (manufacturer-rated) RGB LED light source-based projector with a 20,000:1 dynamic contrast that uses a single TFT LCD as its imager to produce a Full HD (1,920 x 1,080p) resolution image. Yaber has loaded the V12 with a smart Linux-based operating system with premium native streaming applications like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube, along with a range of other entertainment and informational-based applications via a dedicated app store.

Yaber has included a big-sounding 20-watt Dolby Digital sound system with Bluetooth 5.2 bi-directional connectivity that allows the projector to be wirelessly connected to an external Bluetooth sound source or lets the projector function as a Bluetooth speaker for a smartphone or tablet.

The Yaber V12 is designed to be moved from the living room to the bedroom, to any other destination via a soft carrying strap attached to the projector. The detachable tilting stand provides a gimbal-like experience and allows the V12 to be easily positioned. The projector's autofocus and auto or manual digital horizontal and vertical keystone make setup a breeze.

The V12 is available from retailers online and sells for an MSRP of $399.99.

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Yaber V12 Specs
Price$399 MSRP
Displayed ResolutionFull HD (1,920 x 1,080)
Brightness (Manufacturer Claim700 ANSI Lumens
Light SourceRGB LED
Contrast20,000:1 (Dynamic)
Zoom Lens Ratio1.1X
Sound System20 watt
Dimensions9.8 x 8.8 x 7.6 inches
Weight7.27 lbs (3.3 kg)



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The Yaber V12 offers 700 ANSI lumens brightness, Full HD, Dolby Audio and a Smart OS.

Yaber was founded in 2018. The company's name, Yaber, sounds similar to "Yaba," which means exceptionally excellent in the local dialect and the name of the the company’s founders hometown.

Yaber has built the company by providing affordable projectors with features and performance not typically found in sub-$500 projectors. As a point of reference, I counted at least 15 models available for sale on Amazon priced at or below $500, including a 4K model. This is not a criticism. It's quite impressive how well Yaber is doing in the niche they have carved out for themselves in this particular segment of the projector industry.

Since 2018, Yaber has sold over two million units in more than 120 countries and regions worldwide. Yaber has multiple projector design and feature set awards, including the Red Dot Award, the Yanko Design Award, and the CES Innovation Award 2024. The company provides its customers with compelling designs and features not typically found on projectors at this price point. Yaber attributes its success to its company's global outlook and the fact that it builds products suitable for many lifestyles.

Yaber says they are "...committed to bringing consumers better entertainment projectors and experiencing the joy of a smart home." The company has brought great joy to people buying their first projector and kids and teens watching their favorite movies and TV shows on a big screen in their bedroom or backyard. Yaber makes incredibly popular and affordable projectors. What's more joyful than getting an amazing deal on a feature-packed projector?

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Mount it on the ceiling or use the gimbal-like design to position the projector easily.

The Yaber V12 has an MSRP of $399.99. This projector uses a gimbal-like design and is portable and smart. The projector's transportable and lightweight design makes it easy to move from room to room and even to the backyard for movies and gaming wherever you want.

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The projector's optical engine is sealed, keeping particles from damaging optical components.

The Yabor V12 features an RGB LED light source. This type of light source uses individual red, green, and blue light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to create the image on the screen. RGB LEDs are great at producing vibrant colors. Yaber lists the V12 as reproducing 85% of the NTSC color space, making movies and games look good.

LEDs are solid-state devices that run more efficiently than lamps, which reduces wear and tear and generally results in a long lifespan. LEDs also offer the convenience of instant on/off functionality and contribute to more compact projector designs. The improved performance of the V12's LED light source is likely one of the reasons Yaber feels confident in offering 24/7 service, a 6-month money-back guarantee, and a 3-year repair warranty on the V12. Yaber also offers lifetime technical support. I can't think of another projector manufacturer that offers such a guarantee.

At a brightness of only 700 ANSI lumens, the V12's LED light source is not the brightest but is more than competitive at the projector's $300 retail price point. For most home entertainment applications, the brightness levels offered by the V12's RGB LED light source will get the job done.

The V12's optical components and light path are fully sealed, minimizing dust entry and particle damage that can occur on a non-sealed system. A sealed optical system reduces the chance of damage from particulate build-up and helps to keep the projector's core components running for a long time.

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Like many Yaber projectors, the V12 uses a single TFT LCD imager to produce the projector's Full HD (1,920 x 1,080p) image. Single TFT LCD projectors tend to be more affordable while producing pictures with good color saturation.

TFT LCDs don't offer the depth of blacks found on DLP projectors, which is the case with the V12, which provides a dynamic contrast rating of only 20,000;1. This lower contrast ratio can affect the depth of blacks. Some users might also experience slight motion blur in fast-paced scenes. In the right space, one with control over light sources, Yaber's single TFT LCD appears to have enough performance to watch movies and be a great solution for casual viewing and gaming, especially for budget-conscious consumers.

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The Yaber V12 uses a smart operating system built on a version of Linux OS. The projector provides users with a streamlined and user-friendly experience, making it a great choice for both tech-savvy individuals and casual users. The V12 menu system is designed to provide easy navigation and quick access to various pre-installed apps such as Netflix, YouTube, and Prime Video, providing a wide range of entertainment options right out of the box. The built-in app store should expand the possibilities for users to improve their experience by being able to download additional apps and games to suit their preferences.

Overall, the Yaber V12's smart Linux-based OS combines a user-friendly interface with essential features and customization options, creating a powerful user experience for accessing and enjoying various media content.

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Yaber Intelligent Screen Adaptation (ISA) technology lets users quickly set up the V12 for a great viewing experience. ISA automatically adjusts the vertical and horizontal keystone to fit the screen perfectly, eliminating the need for manual adjustments. Additionally, ISA provides image auto-focus and other features like intelligent eye protection. This feature is a perfect tool to protect children's eyes if they get too close and in line of sight to the lens. ISA also provides users the ability to save setup configurations for specific rooms.

The Yaber V12 features a detachable gimbal that provides a flexible viewing experience with an adjustable range of up to ±30 degrees. This allows users to adapt the viewing angle to various environments and preferences easily. While the projector can be tilted within this range, staying within ±15° for optimal automatic image adjustment is recommended. Additionally, the projector's thoughtfully designed handle ensures effortless portability, making it convenient to transport the device between indoor and outdoor locations for a family movie night or a backyard gathering under the stars.

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The Yaber V12 projector features powerful 20W HiFi stereo speakers, enhanced by Dolby technology, delivering rich, immersive audio that brings movie soundtracks to life.

Yaber has included lightning-fast wireless speeds with Wi-Fi 6, designed to offer users effortless screen mirroring from a compatible device directly to the projector. The projector's Two-way Bluetooth 5.2 functionality also transforms it into a versatile Bluetooth speaker system, allowing you to wirelessly stream music from your devices and enjoy high-quality audio anytime.


  • Full HD (1,920 x 1,080p) resolution
  • TFT LCD video processing
  • 700 ANSI Lumens
  • Sealed RGB LED light source
  • 20,000:1 (Dynamic Contrast Ratio)
  • Included stand with 30-degree tilt for gimbal-like design
  • Native 16:9 aspect ratio supports 4:3 as well
  • Integrated Wi-Fi 6 & RJ45 for network connection
  • Linux-based smart OS with native apps for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video
  • Wireless screen share via Miracast
  • Dual 20-watt speaker system with Bluetooth
  • 5.29.8 x 8.8 x 7.6 inches (250 x 225. X 193 mm)
  • Weighs 7.27 lbs (3.3 kg)
  • 24/7 service, a 6-month money-back guarantee, and a 3-year repair warranty



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The Yaber V12 chassis has an eggshell white matte finish with gray accents and some cloth on the front. The overall two-tone nature of the projector looks very attractive.

The Yaber V12 is built like a typical lifestyle projector, meaning that it is a square shape with a carrying strap attached to the sides of the projector that goes over the top. Without the tilting base attached, the V12 measures 9.8 x 8.8 x 7.6 inches (250 x 225. X 193 mm) and weighs 7.27 lbs (3.3 kg). This projector's size and weight make it incredibly easy to move from location to location.

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When looking at the projector from the front, the projector's lens is on the left side of the panel, along with two sensors, one for autofocus and the other an IR sensor for the remote control.

On the left side of the V12, there is an air intake with a detachable dust-catching mesh. On the right side, there is a warm air exhaust port. One large power button is located on the top of the projector. All inputs and connections are situated on the rear of the chassis.

The projector has six ports, including:

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The V12's traditional remote control provides users with a wide range of controls for all projector features and functions.

For instance, users can swiftly adjust projector settings for different source materials and lighting conditions. 

The remote control offers direct access to Netflix and Prime Video applications. Users can access the projector's menus only via the remote control. Users can also access core features such as input selection, direct access to the UI homepage, and basic functions like volume, source selection, and USB. In addition, users can adjust the projector's focus via the remote control.

The remote control is fully featured but lacks a much-needed backlight.


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The V12 uses a fixed lens with a projection ratio of 1.36:1. Yaber recommends a projection distance of 4.5-16.4 ft. (1.3 ~ 5.0m.) and can project an image from 40 inches to 200 inches diagonally at 16.9. Based on my testing, unless you are in a completely light-controlled space, anything over 80 inches results in what I feel is an unacceptable loss in brightness, but you will have to make your determination.

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The V12 has manual horizontal and vertical auto adjustments, manual digital keystone correction, and autofocus.

The image is excellent, considering the projector's $300 price point. I expected a lot worse from an LCD projector, including some screen door effects, but that was not the case. Even when projecting larger, the image remained smooth but not blurry. My only issue with the larger size was the dimming of the image, even in my light-controlled space.

Corner-to-corner focus is also decent on this V12, with a bit of blurring as you get about two-thirds distance from the center of the screen.

The projector's AUTO KEYSTONE feature worked just fine, although, as always, we recommend that you square the projector's image to the screen manually and not use any digital adjustments. This is especially critical with low-brightness projectors like the V12. It doesn't have any extra brightness to spare. Fortunately, the gimbal light design makes the projector very easy to position and set up.

The projector's AUTO FOCUS mode worked well, but every time I used it, the focus point it selected seemed a little off of what, to my eye, was the best choice. Consequently, each time I used Auto Focus, I would end up manually adjusting the projector focus using the remote control to get it to the point I preferred.


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The V12 uses a Linux-based smart OS with friendly and logical navigation and layout. The menu home screen looks like Android TV OS, so users should be comfortable with the look, flow, and menu options. At $300, Yaber has provided its customers with a better menu experience than many projectors I have reviewed, which cost hundreds of dollars more than the V12. The Linux OS-driven menu is logically laid out and very responsive. I did have the application store app freeze up on me a couple of times, forcing me to return home and start over. Overall, the applications included, including Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, worked well.



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We typically suggest calibrating projector colors with a professional system, but considering the Yaber V12's affordability, lacking this feature is understandable and acceptable.

Users can enhance the V12's picture quality with brightness, contrast, and sharpness adjustments. Murideo offers free test patterns on its website and YouTube channel for more advanced calibration within the projector's limitations. Our Projector Reviews YouTube video, "Optimize The Image of a Projector or TV Using Free Murideo Test Patterns," provides guidance.

The Yaber V12 includes five preset picture modes: STANDARD, CINEMA, SPORT, VIVID, HIBRIGHT, and CUSTOM. However, these modes appear too cool, casting a blue-green tint on images. This is a common manufacturer practice to increase brightness and appeal in warm lighting.

Four presets—NORMAL, COOL, WARM, and STANDARD—allow you to adjust each mode's color temperature. Regardless of the chosen mode, switching the color temperature to "warm" is recommended for the most accurate image in a dark room.

The Yabor V12 does not support any type of HDR content.


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The Yaber V12 has a rated brightness of 700 ANSI Lumens. The ANSI (American National Standards Institute) lumen measurement is a widely used standard primarily focusing on a projector's white light output.

To estimate the V12's maximum brightness, I switched the projector to its brightest picture preset, HIBRIGHT. I measured the brightness of several screen areas and averaged them together.

The Yaber V12 measured 658 ANSI lumens.

The projector's measured brightness was slightly less than the manufacturer's claim. Even though the Yaber V12 did not hit its manufacturer-rated brightness, it still delivers a more than watchable image, which is great, especially considering this projector's price point. I also measured the brightness of the other preset picture modes. Surprisingly, multiple modes were measured within 1 to 2 lumens of each other. I ran my tests numerous times with similar results.


 Yaber V12 Preset Mode's Brightness

Picture ModesBrightness Measured (ANSI Lumens)
SPORT656 ANSI Lumens
VIVID657 ANSI Lumens



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The attached photos showcase the Yaber V12's performance in dark scenes, showing the projector's black-level capabilities. Like many projectors in this price range, the V12's blacks tend towards dark gray but are still recognizable as black. This projector surpasses similarly priced competitors in black-level performance. However, it struggles with black crush, resulting in a noticeable loss of detail in dark areas.

It's important to remember that a projector's intended use should be considered when evaluating its picture quality. This projector is primarily designed for casual viewing in light-controlled environments. The V12's black levels may not satisfy cinephiles, but they are adequate for casual movie nights and gaming sessions in living rooms, bedrooms, or even outdoors under the stars. Portable projectors like this are not designed for high-end home theaters with controlled lighting. Instead, the V12 is more suited for environments with low to moderate ambient light, where achieving deep blacks is not the primary concern.

While the V12 does exhibit some degree of black crush, it doesn't significantly detract from the overall viewing experience in typical use cases. For instance, watching a brightly lit animated film or playing a colorful video game on the V12 is still enjoyable, as the vibrant colors and sharp details compensate for any minor loss of shadow detail.

The Yaber V12 may not excel in producing inky blacks like high-end projectors, but its black-level performance is satisfactory for its intended uses. The V12 is a valuable and versatile projector for casual users.


The LG ProBeam BU60RG shows clear images without being too sharp, which is great for showing text, even small fonts. The 4K UHD resolution helps this projector display text clearly from 15 feet on a 100-inch screen. Even 8-point fonts stay readable without blur at the edges, making it useful for PowerPoint slides and most websites. However, websites with very small text might have issues with fonts smaller than 8 points.

Colors in slides also look bright and true, especially those with strong contrast. The colors pop, making charts, graphs, and images stand out on the screen. This makes the LG ProBeam BU60RG a good choice for meetings and presentations where visual quality is important.


The Yaber V12 features a 20-watt Dolby sound system with multiple audio preset modes. The projector features Bluetooth 5.2 with bi-directional connectivity. Wireless connectivity was fine with this projector and was easy to do.

USER and STANDARD modes accentuate the higher frequencies. VIVID and SPORT boost the mid-range frequencies. MOVIE, MUSIC, and NEWS progressively boost voice frequencies. Overall, the USER mode offers a better EQ balance.

This projector gets loud and does not distort, but that's the best I can say about its sound performance. The projector's sound stage is limited, with sound always clearly coming from the projector, but it gets loud without distortion.


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The Yaber V12 is an incredibly full-featured entry-level projector that visually hits above its weight class and is one of the best sub $400 Full HD projectors I've recently reviewed. I can only imagine how well this projector would perform if it had a more powerful LED light source. This may be something we'll see in another model from Yaber. Considering the projector's features and specifications, the V12 is a fantastic first projector for a bedroom or backyard. The V12 creates a pleasant image in a light-controlled space and can easily fill an 80-inch screen. Keeping the screen size around 80 inches also means you can have some mild uncontrolled light like that from a window or table lamp.

The projector is incredibly easy to set up, including a gimbal-like stand and features like Auto Focus. For those who feel uncomfortable squaring a projector and want to avoid asking your kids to do it, the V12 comes with both auto and manual horizontal and vertical keystone functionality.

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The V12 is a smart projector, far smarter than the $300 price point, which makes this projector a great value. The OS looks similar to Android TV with native applications for popular streaming applications like Netflix and Amazon Prime. According to Yaber, this projector will support applications like Hulu and Disney+ through the onboard application store, and the documentation claims that the OS offers access to 7,000 applications ranging from video streaming to games and productivity apps. I had issues with the app store freezing and forcing me to restart, which was irritating but not really a huge deal because I could easily hook up a $20 Google TV HDMI streaming device.

The V12 features a full range of inputs from two HDMI connections and two USB ports for playing video to a compatible USB device formatted in FAT32 or NTSC via the device's onboard media player.

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The V12 uses a single LCD with an LED light source that provides decent, not great, onscreen color, which is better than I expected for this projector's $300 price point. The color is not fantastic, but it does a better job than many similarly priced projectors I've reviewed. My only color complaint is that the image is slightly blue-green.

The projector can display above-average blacks, but they tend to be just a little crushed, impacting the detail in darker areas of the picture.

The projector's 20-watt sound system may not be incredibly immersive. Still, it gets loud and comes with various presets that offer variable EQ curves that accentuate the highs and other presets that boost mid-range frequencies. Three other presets start boosting the bottom end, with the MOVIE mode booming too much for my tastes. But, hey, you or your kids may be thrilled with the boom. What I like about the sound of the Yabor V12 is that it can get loud without distorting.

I wish the projector's light source could produce a higher output, but if you stick to an 80-inch screen or less, the light source delivers a good-looking image that would be great for the living room, kid's room, bedroom, or backyard for a family movie night. If you want to go bigger, you can. Yaber claims users can project up to a 200-inch image. Just be aware that your already limited brightness will take a significant hit the larger you go.

The Yaber V12 is a remarkable deal, offering easy setup, smart features, and picture quality far exceeding its price point. This projector is perfect for your bedroom, the kid's room, the backyard, or anywhere you can plug it into power. This projector is a great beginner or second projector solution for an incredibly competitive price.



XGIMI MoGo 2 $399 MSRP

The XGIMI MoGo 2 projector is priced at a $399 MSRP. This portable smart projector features Full HD (1080p) resolution, 400 ISO lumens brightness, and a built-in audio system.

From a brightness standpoint, the Yaber V12 offers a brighter picture, with 700 ANSI lumens of manufacturer-rated brightness. Both the Yaber and the XGIMI use an LED light source that promises a life of 25,000 hours.

Where the Yaber light source is brighter than the XGIMI, the XGIMI uses a DLP imager, which, compared to the Yabers LCD imager, provides richer color and better contrast, which should be noticeable, especially when used in spaces where you don’t have total control of ambient light.

Both projectors offer 1080p resolution and have convenient features like auto-alignment for quick setup and auto-focus capabilities.

The Yaber and the XGIMI offer smart operating systems with access to dedicated app stores and native applications like Netflix and Prime Video. Yabers Linux-based OS is well laid out and offers a range of applications, from entertainment to game-based products. While Yaber has done a commendable job at offering a smart OS with an application infrastructure that works, I have to give the edge to XGIMI because they are using Android TV OS version 11. Compared to Linux, Android TV OS offers direct access to a much larger ecosystem of proven streaming platforms, including Netflix and Hulu, as well as gaming and productivity applications.

Both projectors feature decent onboard sound and Bluetooth functionality, allowing the projectors to connect external Bluetooth devices to be used as Bluetooth speakers.

The XGIMI is smaller than the Yaber V12, making it slightly easier to move from room to room, but the Yaber offers a detachable stand that can tilt the projector up and down and provides gimbal-like functionality.

The XGIMI offers HDR support, whereas the Yaber V12 does not. Both projectors have an MSRP under $400 and can sell for around $300 online.


  • Full HD (1,920 x 1,080p) resolution provides a high-quality, detailed image that makes movies in the bedroom or on-the-go look great.
  • TFT LCD video imager produces a surprisingly dynamic image with decent color.
  • 700 ANSI Lumens of brightness is enough to create a decent picture in a light-controlled space. Add a high-gain screen, and the image will look even better.
  • Sealed RGB LED light source protects the projector's light source and imager from particulate damage.
  • Included a stand with a 30-degree tilt for a gimbal-like design.
  • Native 16:9 aspect ratio supports 4:3 as well.
  • Integrated Wi-Fi 6 & RJ45 for a fast wired or wireless network connection.
  • Linux-based smart OS with native apps for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
  • Wireless screen share via Miracast.
  • Built-in Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity is easy to use and offers a great connection.
  • 24/7 service, a 6-month money-back guarantee, and a 3-year repair warranty.
  • The 20-watt sound system gets loud without adding distortion.


  • 20,000:1 (Dynamic Contrast Ratio) results in crushed blacks and limited dark area details.
  • The onboard app store is a little buggy.
  • The projector image displays a blue-green cast in all preset modes.
  • The remote control is not backlit.


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YABER V12 Full Specifications
Projector ModelV12
Price$399 MSRP
Imager TypeLCD
Displayed ResolutionFull HD (1920 x 1080)
Native Resolution1,920 x 1,080
Brightness700 ANSI Lumens
Light Source TypeRGB LED
Light Source Life20,000+ hours (Normal)
Contrast Ratio20,000:1 (Dynamic)
Zoom Lens Ratio1.1x
Power Zoom/FocusYes (Power Focus, Digital Zoom)
Lens ShiftNo
Interchangeable LensNo
Ultra-Short ThrowNo
Native Aspect Ratio16:9
Built-in Rechargeable BatteryNo
Blu-Ray 3DNo
Sound System20 watt Dolby Digital
Noise Level (-dB) 
Low Lag GamingNo
Smart FunctionalityYes, (Linux Based OS)
Special FeaturesGimbal Like Design, Smart OS, Netflix
Dimensions (HxWxD)9.8 x 8.8 x 7.6 inches (250 x 225. X 193 mm)
Weight7.27 lbs (3.3 kg)
Warranty24/7 service, a 6-month money-back guarantee, and a 3-year repair warranty


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