X10-4K Introduction

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Features

  • Short throw lens design allows for a projected 100” screen size from only 1.77 meters away.
  • Auto V. keystone to correct a distorted image automatically.
  • Bluetooth speaker, Auto Focus, and Screen Mirroring features.
  • USB-C for video transmission and power supply.
  • Eye protection feature in the event objects get too close to the light source (50 cm or 100 cm).
  • 16 GB internal storage (Max. 12 GB available for user storage).
  • Various Color modes for different projection purposes.
  • Multi-language On-Screen Display (OSD) menus.

Package Contents

NOTE: The power cord and video cables included in your package may vary depending on your country. Please contact your local reseller for more information.

Projector Overview

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Letter Item
A Projection Lens
B Eye Protection Sensor
C IR Sensor
D Auto Focus Camera
E Speaker
F Power Key & Volume Knob
G Handle
H LED Indicator

I/O Ports

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Number Port Description
1 AC Power Cord Inlet AC Power Cord inlet
2 Wi-Fi Dongle Wi-Fi dongle socket
3 S/PDIF S/PDIF signal output socket
4 Audio Out (3.5 mm jack) Audio signal output socket
5 Audio In (3.5 mm jack) Audio signal input socket for Bluetooth mode
6 HDMI 1[1] HDMI port[2]
7 HDMI 2[1] HDMI port[2]
8 USB-C[3] USB-C port
9 Micro SD Micro SD socket (SDXC up to 64 GB - FAT32/NTFS)
10 LAN RJ45 LAN port
11 USB 1 (5V/1.5A Out) USB 2.0 Type A port (USB Reader - FAT32/NTFS)
12 USB 2 (5V/2A Out) USB 3.0 Type A port (USB Reader - FAT32/NTFS)
13 Reset Button Reset button for restarting the projector[4]
14 IR Sensor IR Sensor for remote control
  1. 1.0 1.1 Supports HDCP 2.0/HDMI 2.2.
  2. 2.0 2.1 iPhone/iPad users will need to buy an additional adapter. To avoid compatibility issues, please use Apple authorized accessories.
  3. Please use the supplied USB-C cable, and ensure your USB-C device can support video transmission.
  4. Insert a paper clip into the Reset button to restart the projector if the system freezes.

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