WEWATCH V51 Video Projector – 7000 Lumens – Massive 200″ PS5 Gaming

My full review of the WEWATCH V51 LED home cinema projector. Including specs, features, gaming test and more. Find out how good this projector really is.

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* LCD Video Projector
* LED Lamp Life: 30,000
* Brightness: 260 ANSI Lumens
* Native 1920 x 1080
* Supports 4K (Decoding)
* Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
* Built in 5Ghz Wifi / BT 5.0
* Supports Airplay / Miracast
* Manual Focus
* Zoomable 50%-100%
* Auto Keystone Correction (4-point)
* Max Optimal Screen 300”
* HDMI Input for Consoles etc.
* 30” – 300” – Projection Size
* 1.4m – 9M- Throw Distance
* STM351ME QuadCore
* 1GB+8GB, Android 9.0 (Menus)

00:00 Intro
00:27 Price
00:35 What is 4K Decoding?
01:07 Inside the box
01:40 Design
03:01 Full Specs
03:56 Fan Noise
04:19 OS Walk-through
06:49 iOS Mirroring
07:12 Mira-cast
08:09 PS5 Connected
08:20 YouTube Test
11:36 Astro’s Playroom PS5
12:04 FIFA 22 PS5
12:44 Street Fighter V PS5
13:15 Deathloop PS5
13:46 Horizon Forbidden West PS5
14:25 Final Thoughts

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