The Viewsonic M1+ is a compact, portable projector capable of up to 1080p Full HD resolution. In terms of price, it’s much more affordable than larger 4K capable beamers, and as such we can recommend it for first-time projector buyers curious about what the M1+ can offer over a traditional TV setup.
The most immediately striking aspect of the M1+ is its size. This projector is marvelously portable, and the 360-degree stand means you can place it just about anywhere.
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