The Bēm Wireless Kickstand is a high-performance portable projector that's so compact you can slide it into your briefcase or purse and take it anywhere. And there's a lot of power packed into it's sleekly minimalist design. It offers a 400-lumen LED projection system with 1280 by 800 native resolution and can fill a screen up to 90 inches big.
- DLP LED light engine
- Patented "fold-up and go" design
- 1280 by 800 native resolution
- HDMI and USB inputs; 3.5mm aux out
- Viewable screen size from 9 to 90 inches
- Keystone adjustment of +/- 30 degrees
- Brushed aluminum protective metal band and soft-touch finish
- Integrated remote acts as lens cover
- Built-in speakers
- Case included
Did you notice?Patented design folds so compactly you can slip the projector into your brief case or purse.
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What's in the Box?
- Bēm Wireless Kickstand Portable Projector3.5mm cableHDMI cablePower AdaptorKickstand carry caseUser guide
- Brightness: 400 lumens
- Input Type: HDMI, USB 2.0
- Other Features: Case Included
- Height: 9.84 in./25 cm
- Width: 7.56 in./19.2 cm
- Weight: 1.82 lb./0.82 kg
- Length: 1.57 in./4 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: HX2028B
- UPC or EAN No.: 695364720512
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- Warranty: One year
Ratings & Reviews
Bright Design, Dim Performance
Brilliant design, but too dim to be useful for business or presentations. I would definitely buy a bigger, brighter version of thi Brilliant design, but too dim to be useful for business or presentations. I would definitely buy a bigger, brighter version of this projector in a heartbeat (hint, hint)! …
- Written by Max T from Houston
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Dazzling little piece of tech
I haven't had a substantial deal of experience with projectors, but we recently decided we wanted to kick off our summer by screen I haven't had a substantial deal of experience with projectors, but we recently decided we wanted to kick off our summer by screening family movies on the patio, in the backyard, and perhaps in our driveway or cul-de-sac for others to enjoy. I researched a fairly wide price range of pico and standard projectors, and kept fretting over the lack of a nice "gray area" that embraced both portability and picture quality.
The BEM Kickstand kept turning up as the alluring middle-ground choice for a lot of reasons. Design and functionality seemed unmatched, in my view--the unit is lightweight, extraordinarily well assembled and thought out, and from glancing at documentation online before purchase, remarkably user-friendly. This isn't a device you'll need to tinker with much, nor will you have to worry about being a projection novice. If you've got a surface that can accommodate a reasonably sized picture (in our case, we threw about $180 on a Camp Chef 120" max projection screen for outdoor use), then you'll be fine.
In daylight, obviously performance suffers, but it's a star at night. Picture quality is terrific and the motor is quiet. The 400-lumen output seems modest but it's significant enough to throw a large clear image with solid black levels and contrast from an iPad or a game console. We've yet to try out a cable box connection for sporting events, but that'll be the focus this fall.
My only gripes: the carrying case is functional but a bit on the chintzy side, as canvas seems fairly brittle and inflexible, and I would have preferred a larger storage pocket at the bottom because it won't hold much beyond the power adapter. The onboard speakers are predictably tinny and weak but we remedied that issue by connecting a Jawbone Jambox to it for some surprisingly boomy audio in a similarly small package. The remote is expertly integrated and free from button clutter, but the IR signal isn't desirable because the sensor is small and positioned only on the back of the unit. Some repeaters or a RF transmitter would've been nice, but that's a perk I didn't expect and therefore its omission isn't something I'll hold against the Kickstand.
It's a gorgeous, lightweight and masterfully executed portable projector, and if you've got $500 and can live with the 1280 x 800 native res, you're going to embrace it heartily. …
- Written by Beau W from Conway
16 of 17 people found this useful
LOVE THIS PROJECTOR!!!
I bought this for work presentations, I work ion both a Mac and PC, It works with both and It is amazing. I have had 11 different I bought this for work presentations, I work ion both a Mac and PC, It works with both and It is amazing. I have had 11 different Projectors, this one is the best I ever had. …
- Written by Kothy H from Oxford
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