NexiGo PJ40 Movie Projector, 700 ANSI Lumens, Native 1080P, 4K Supported, 300 Inch, Auto Vertical Keystone, Zoomable, 20W Speakers, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.1, Compatible w/TV Stick,…


  • 【1080p Native Resolution & 700 ANSI Lumens】With 1920 x 1080 native resolution and 700 ANSI Lumens, this immersive LCD home projector provides crisp, high-resolution images.
  • 【Auto Vertical Correction & Adjustable Screen Size】Adjust the keystone to correct distorted images. This video projector supports 4D manual keystone correction (vertical and horizontal) and automatic keystone correction (vertical only). The screen size can be adjusted easily from 60% to 100% with the provided remote. 【Note】The automatic keystone correction feature cannot be used if 4D keystone correction is on.
  • 【Huge Display & Remote Control】This movie projector has a maximum display size of 300 inches (25 feet). You can browse the menu and adjust the focus with the included remote control (requires two AAA batteries, not included).
  • 【20W Speakers & Bluetooth 5.1】Powerful built-in speakers provide an enhanced auditory experience, while Bluetooth 5.1 easily connects the projector to headphones, speakers, and other audio equipment. This Bluetooth projector is great for both indoor and outdoor uses.
  • 【Wireless Screen Mirroring & Broad Compatibility】With 5G Wi-Fi, the NexiGo PJ40 Wi-Fi projector supports wireless screen mirroring for iOS, Android, and Windows devices. It has multiple ports, including 2 x HDMI (HDMI 2.0 and CEC supported), 2 x USB, AV, RJ45, and a 3.5mm audio port. Attach almost any media device easily: TV boxes, Amazon Fire sticks, PCs, tablets, speakers, DVD players, USB flash drives, media players, iPads, and iPhones are all compatible.
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Product Dimensions

28.7 x 27.38 x 12.19 cm, 3.62 Kilograms

Date First Available

17 Mar. 2023


Nexight INC

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  1. 03

    by AdamTurner

    As an avid movie enthusiast and tech aficionado, I recently had the pleasure of experiencing this great projector and let me tell you, it’s nothing short of great value. This unassuming device punches above its weight, providing an immersive cinematic experience without breaking the bank.

    Let’s talk about visuals first. The projector’s Full HD resolution delivers fairly sharp images although a bit blurry around the edges. Whether I was watching an action-packed blockbuster or a scenic nature documentary, the clarity and color reproduction were pretty impressive. The details were surprisingly sharp in the centre of the image, making every movie night a captivating affair.

    Worried about finding the perfect spot for this projector? Fear not! The device boasts an adjustable focus and keystone correction, ensuring that the projected image remains distortion-free, even if you need to place it at an angle. This flexibility allowed me to set it up anywhere I pleased, whether it was on a flat surface or mounted on a tripod.

    One of the standout features of this budget-friendly projector is its brightness. Even in dimly lit rooms, the image remained sufficiently luminous, making for a comfortable viewing experience. Of course, for the best results, a darker environment is recommended, but rest assured that you won’t be disappointed with its brightness capabilities.

    The projector’s connectivity options were surprisingly diverse for its price range. Equipped with multiple ports, I easily connected my gaming console, laptop, and even a streaming device. This versatility is a definite bonus, as it opens up a world of possibilities for entertainment beyond just movies.

    As for sound, the built-in speakers were functional, but I must admit that connecting external speakers or a soundbar enhanced the audio experience considerably. But then again, for the budget-friendly price, I didn’t expect top-of-the-line audio performance, and it was more than sufficient for casual use.

    The device is rather large but I did expect this at this price point.

    Of course, no product is without its flaws. The projector’s fan noise was audible during quiet scenes, which could be a slight distraction. However, once you’re engrossed in the movie, it tends to fade into the background.

    In conclusion, the Projector is a stellar choice for anyone seeking an affordable yet high-quality projection experience. It offers top notch visuals, decent audio, and surprising versatility, all while being gentle on the wallet. Whether you’re a movie lover, gamer, or just someone who enjoys a larger-than-life display, this budget-friendly gem will undoubtedly exceed your expectations.

  2. 03

    by Mat (hazymat) Smith

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     This little projector punches well above its price category. The upshot is that you will fall into comparing it with models that cost a lot more money, which in my case led me to a little disappointment. I have updated my review to increase the star rating as I think it’s fair given the price point.

    I was frustrated to find that, although there’s an ethernet port, there’s no way to remotely turn the unit on or off. I’m an automation geek and would appreciate a firmware update that allows me to send some kind of message (TCP/IP / HTTP / whatever) to toggle the power remotely.

    For the spec, the image is good; I initially made the mistake of expecting really good optics – perhaps I was fooled by the size of that lens. The reality is that if you can look past the noticeable optical barrel distortion (i.e. the image gets slightly more blurry as you move away from the centre, noticeably so at the top and bottom of the image if you are looking at e.g. small text – also some darkening around the edges) then you will be pleasantly surprised by the list of decent features.

    So don’t expect a crystal clear image from top to bottom, but you can expect a good contrast ratio, brightness, and colour representation for the budget. What do I mean by this? I mean that it’s suited to watching movies in varying conditions of ambient light, far more so than other types of projector that may provide better sharpness for powerpoint presentations. What this lacks in sharpness, it makes up for in “vooom” – definitely better for watching movies than presentations.

    When I bought this projector, the price was £299. Unfortunately my unit suffered from small dirt particles on the displayed image, however props to the customer service as they reached out to me to replace the unit and the new one didn’t have the same problem. I consider that good customer service, although even better if there had been no dirt in the first place.

    Here are my gripes – CAVEAT – my expectations are very high for the price point:
    1) the low quality of lens glass means there is vignetting around the edges of the displayed image, (which means there is slight darkness around the corners of the image when displaying a flat colour). As a photographer I understand this can be avoided by using a smaller lens OR a far more expensive larger lens. To be balanced about this, I don’t think this is a technical problem, but more of a design issue. However I mention it because I’d expect better for a £300 projector. All the other parts are cheap cheap cheap, so the lens should be a really big proportion of the cost of manufacture. But it’s not a high quality lens. Again maybe my expectations are misaligned. I am more familiar with projectors in a higher category e.g. for business / classroom use.

    2) It’s a fixed focal length, again – cost saving – you get a better image from a fixed focal length for the money. Although it’s possible to shrink the image digitally (not optically) to fit a projector screen, you cannot enlarge it optically. Problem is that the digital shrink causes the image to become even more blurred. So, if you have a projector screen and want the image to fill that screen, then you have zero flexibility in the placement of the projector, unless you introduce more blur! It must be positioned exactly at a point within the room depending on the screen size you have. For me, 106” screen, the projector is mounted on the ceiling 3.2m away on the back wall, and it simply cannot be adjusted to fill the screen. I am used to projectors with optical enlargement and this does not have the ability to zoom optically.

    3) Connectivity options are okay, but airplay is not supported. You CAN display the screen of an Apple device wirelessly using airplay mirror but the image is upsampled and doesn’t look so great.

    4) Auto keystone just doesn’t work, you turn it on, and it does nothing. Also there’s no autofocus. The manual focus ring is not smooth so it’s not easy to get it in focus.

    5) Keystone is digital not optical. Even with a small amount of keystone (-14 vertical in my case, as it’s mounted on ceiling) you have to choose which part of the image you want to be in focus, because the rest is out of focus.

    There are a lot of good things about the design. I love the fan speed control, the remote control options, the USB ports for powering a Roku or fire stick, and the 600 ANSI lumens is a good spec for the price. Also the auto power on when plugged in, and ability to choose default input, they work very nicely.

    In summary I love this projector, but I wouldn’t buy it again mainly due to image quality (clarity / focus at the edges). I would increase my budget. But I don’t think it’s fair to give a low star rating on the basis that my budget was too low in the first instance, hence 4 star review.

  3. 03

    by Hassan

    I recently bought the NexiGo PJ40 Movie Projector and have have been using it for the past 2 weeks to watch the holiday movies and I have to say, it’s been a game-changer for the movie nights! The 700 ANSI Lumens bring out vibrant and clear visuals, and the native 1080P resolution, along with 4K support, creates a cinematic experience right at home.

    Setting it up is a breeze, thanks to the auto vertical keystone correction, and the 300-inch display size makes everything feel larger than life. What I really appreciate is the zoom function, letting me customize the screen size effortlessly. The 20W speakers built into the projector are surprisingly good, eliminating the need for external speakers.

    The WiFi and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity are a nice touch, making it super easy to connect with TV sticks, iOS, and Android devices. Overall, the NexiGo PJ40 has exceeded my expectations, delivering excellent picture quality, user-friendly features, and versatile connectivity. It’s definitely a top pick for anyone looking to enhance their home entertainment setup.

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