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AUN ET50S projector released with 150-in image and Android OS

The AUN ET50S has a 1.3:1 throw ratio. (Image source: AUN via AliExpress)
The AUN ET50S has a 1.3:1 throw ratio. (Image source: AUN via AliExpress)
The AUN ET50S projector is now available via AliExpress. The gadget has a 1.3:1 throw ratio for images up to 150-in wide. An LED light source generates an HD image with up to 6,000 ANSI lm brightness. Android 9 OS is used in the device, and you can connect to it via Apple AirPlay and other screen casting methods.

AUN has released a new projector for home cinema, the ET50S. The device has 1080p Full HD resolution and a maximum brightness of 6,000 ANSI lm from its LED light source. With a 1.3:1 throw ratio, the gadget can project images up to 150-in wide from a distance of 4.3 m (~14.1 ft).

The projector uses Android 9 OS, providing access to a wide range of streaming services, and the gadget supports Miracast wireless content sharing. Alternatively, you can cast to the device via Bluetooth 5.0 from an Android, Windows or Chromebook product. Plus, Apple AirPlay allows you to stream from your iOS device. You can also connect to the ET50S projector via AV, USB and HDMI ports, allowing you to connect smart TV sticks or games consoles.

A 3.5 mm jack could connect the gadget to headphones or a speaker system. You can use a remote control to operate the motorized focus function and to adjust any screen distortion. The compact gadget measures 5 x 6.5 x 7.76-in (127 x 197 x 165 mm), with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB EMMC ROM. You can currently buy the AUN ET50S via AliExpress for US$147.19, 59% off the regular retail price of US$359.00.

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Polly Allcock, 2022-06-16 (Update: 2022-06-16)