The Goiaey Native is a portable outdoor projector that has enough power to display images at up to 1080p. However, this unit is difficult to recommend due to the quality issues I experienced during my time with it.
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Dimensions of 8.7 x 6.1 x 3 inches and a weight of 2.8 pounds
The dimensions of the projector are 8.7 x 6.1 x 3 inches and weighing 2.8 pounds, which is pretty slim for a portable outdoor projector. It has a built-in speaker as well as an SD card slot to connect your device if you wish to use it in conjunction with an external display or computer monitor.
The Goiaey Native 1080P Portable Outdoor Projector does not have any buttons on its front panel but instead uses touch control technology to navigate through its menus and settings menus quickly without having to go through all the confusing menu systems found on most other projectors out there today!
1280 x 768 native resolution, which is sufficient for day-to-day use, but not crisp enough for watching 4K content
The native resolution of a projector is the resolution it can display its own images. In other words, it’s not necessarily the same as the resolution of content you are viewing.
For example, if you watch a movie at 1080p with your TV set to 1080p, then both devices will show their images at that same level of detail. If you want to take things further and watch 4K TV shows or films on your projector while they’re playing through an upscaling process (to make them look better), that might require more processing power than your current model has available at this time—and even then may not be enough!
The Goiaey Native Projector has an HDMI port and supports video signals up to 1080p
The Goiaey Native Projector has an HDMI port, which means you can connect it to your laptop or TV. You can also connect the projector to a Blu-Ray player or any other device that supports video signals up to 1080p.
- Connecting the projector to a laptop: To connect the projector to your computer, simply plug in the HDMI cable into one end of your computer and then plug in the power adapter (USB) into its other end until you hear an audible click sound indicating that both parts have been connected securely.
- Connecting a TV: To connect this device’s screen directly onto your television screen, set up two things: 1.) Set up an HDMI cable between them so that both devices are connected securely together; 2.) Use either VGA cables if neither option works for you (but only use one at a time).
A throw distance of 30 to 250 inches, with a recommended viewing distance of 10 to 120 inches
Throw distance is the distance from the projector to your screen. The recommended viewing distance is always going to be dependent on what type of environment you’re using it in, but generally speaking, if you’re using this projector outside then your throw distance should be between 1.5 and 3 times as long as your recommended viewing distance (RVD). This can vary depending on how far away from a wall or other obstruction there is before it reaches its maximum brightness level—if there’s nothing blocking its path when it gets close enough for maximum brightness then its RVD will be smaller than if there was something blocking its path at an earlier point along that route.
The Goiaey Native Projector features a pair of built-in 5W speakers
The built-in speakers of the Goiaey Native 1080P Projector are 5W, and they’re loud enough for a small room. They’re not very good for watching movies or listening to music, however—in fact, they’re barely loud enough to hear if you’re standing across from them and looking at them directly (if you sit down right next to them, your ears will be right up against your face).
This projector produces a decent image but it’s hard to recommend due to the quality issues in the unit I received.
I was excited to get this projector, because it’s one of the few 1080P projectors on the market that can be used outdoors. But when I received my unit, I found some issues with its image quality.
The first issue is that there’s a vertical line in the middle of your screen. This means that you’ll have white lines running vertically across your screen or just dark spots on either side of them (depending on how far above or below center you’re standing). The second issue is more serious; there’s also a dark spot at approximately fifteen degrees off center!
The Goiaey Native Projector is a decent projector for the price. It has a good image, but there are issues with its contrast ratio and black levels that make it hard to recommend. If you’re looking for something cheap and cheerful, this might be worth taking a look at!