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Mooka 8500 Video Projector

Supports Mac And Windows, A 2 X Hdmi Cable, Crisp, Outstanding Smoothness, Mooka Bl69 Native 1080P Projector, A True 1920 X 1080 Resolution, True Native 1080P Projector, Clear Colors, High Dynamic Range

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What We Like

  • 8500 lumens brightness and 16.78 million colors helps to enhance color accuracy in dark images
  • 2 USB inputs allows to connect with various devices
  • Perfect for parties, outdoor family movie nights and more


  • The resolution may be mediocre

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We analyzed 121,833 reviews for 315 products in the Video Projectors category.

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Around 97% of reviews were positive and about 2% were negative.

Final Score:

9.75 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • Easy to use
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  • What buyers say about Mooka 8500 Video Projector

    It can project clear pictures up to 300 inch and you can also do screen mirroring from your phone.

    After pressing the on button, there is a 10 second delay between when the picture is displayed and when you want to use the various options on the main screen.

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    The projector has a user manual, quick start guide, warranty card, standard audio/video cable, remote, HDMI cable and power cord, which is in the padded case along with the securely fastened projector.

    This video is playing in high quality, and it is easy to set up and watch at any time of the day or night.

    Common Questions


    Someone has confirmed that this is a 1080p native resolution movie projector.


    I'm not sure I understand the question.


    Is it possible to watch Amazon prime and Hulu on the projector?


    Yes. You would need to have something that can stream those services such as Roku or Firestick and then plug it into the HDMI port of the projector, then pick HDMI at the signal sources menu, and you can watch whatever you want.


    Is this a good projector for movies?


    I'm not sure I understand the question.


    Is this really 1920x1080?


    The projector is good for the price, but you will need a speaker to plug in for the sound, which is a problem I used for my 15 foot screen outside for a football game and boxing match.


    Does it support excel/ powerpoint?


    I think the sellers recommend against it because it's mostly a movie projector.

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