An outdoor projector allows you to enjoy the movie or project image in a much grandiose manner and offers different viewing experiences. This time, we have already tried two outdoor projector products by NexiGo, which we will review. So, here is the comparison review of NexiGo PJ20 vs NexiGo PJ40.
NexiGo equips the PJ20 with a feature to project a 1920 x 1080 native resolution. The native resolution means that the image or video it projects is not increased digitally. Therefore, the quality of the projected image/video is similar to the original resolution of the video or image file.
To support this projection quality, it also uses bright lights with 350 ANSI of lumen brightness. This number is equal to about 10000 LUX or more. This powerful light has become an essential part of the projected image quality from this LCD home projector.
As for the wireless feature, PJ20 uses 5 GHz Wi-Fi technology. It allows you to pair it with the Wi-Fi network. Moreover, you also can use this feature on your iOS, Android, or Windows device to mirror its screen by using this projector.
Due to that feature, it becomes much easier to display your device screen as a much bigger-sized projected screen. However, you won’t be able to mirror Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, or Hulu apps using PJ20 because of copyright protection.
Lastly, the sound feature uses Dolby sound with Bluetooth 5.1 connection. You can connect it to an external speaker to get a better audio experience.
NexiGo PJ20 Pros & Cons
PJ40 use a 1080p native resolution where it produces 1920 x 1080 pixels of projected images or video. To support this projecting feature, it also uses lighting with 600 ANSI Lumens strength. The combination of these two parts creates crisp and true high-resolution images.
The screen adjustment feature allows you to easily adjust the vertical and horizontal position and size of the projected image. It supports 4D manual keystone correction using a remote control and also has an automated correction feature, which is only for vertical adjustment.
The projected image has a maximum display size of 300 inches from 25 ft. You can adjust the size from its remote control. By the way, the remote control needs two AAA batteries.
PJ40 also has built-in speakers that provide enhanced audio. However, if you think this built-in speaker is not enough, you can pair it with an external speaker through the Bluetooth 5.1 connection feature. Thanks to this feature, you also can pair it with a mobile device and other equipment.
The only flaw it has is the digital zoom problem. It feels lagging and is not as smooth as the lens zoom-in. You can solve this problem by deactivating this feature completely.
NexiGo PJ40 Pros & Cons
Which is Better, NexiGo PJ20 or NexiGo PJ40?
Both products have similar performance, specifications, and features, as they come from the PJ series. However, we have chosen the better product between NexiGo PJ20 vs NexiGo PJ40. It is PJ40.
NexiGo PJ40 has a similar native resolution as PJ20. However, its lighting power is much higher, which creates a higher-quality image than PJ20. Moreover, PJ40 also has a screen adjustment feature, which makes the PJ40 better in terms of usability.