JIMTAB M22 LED Home Cinema/Gaming Projector – Massive 300″ PS4 / XBOX Gaming

Reviewing the JIMTAB M22. A budget priced Home Cinema/Gaming projector. Featuring native 1080p resolution, 5200 Lumens, 5000:1 contrast ratio, built-in Wifi for mobile screen-mirroring and can produce a massive projection of upto 300″. This is my full test and review video.

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* LED Video Projector
* LED Lamp Life: 50,000
* Brightness: 5200 Lumens
* Native 1080p
* Contrast Ratio: 5000:1
* Built in Dual Band Wifi
* Manual Focus
* ±50° Keystone Correction
* Max Optimal Screen 300”
* HDMI Input for Consoles etc.
* Stereo Speakers (Dolby/DTS)
* 90” – 300” – Projection Size
* 2.4m – 4.2M- Throw Distance

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