Qumi Q6by Vivitek

TECHWALLA
VERDICT
A solid product. Despite some flaws, it's still a good value.
75 %
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PROS

  • The Qumi Q6 has an 800-lumen lamp.
  • The light source lasts for 30,000 hours.
  • The projector features built-in Wi-Fi.

CONS

  • The remote is small.
  • The menu can be difficult to navigate for fine changes.
  • The Wi-Fi connection dropped twice in testing.
Vivitek’s Qumi Q6 projector features an 800-lumen LED lamp that lasts 30,000 hours. The device measures 1.2 inches by 6.4 inches by 4 inches and can fit on your hand. It has two HDMI ports (one is MHL compatible for smartphone and tablet streaming), a USB port and an audio jack for external speakers. This version of the Qumi projector is the first to feature built-in Wi-Fi, so you can stream wirelessly from all your devices using third-party EZCast software. The Qumi Q6 boasts an eye-catching design and is available in six colors as well as white.
Name Qumi Q6 RIF6 Cube ML750ST PowerLite X17 XGA 3LCD Projector
Manufacturer Vivitek RIF6 Optoma Epson
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List Price $599 $299 $589 $450
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The fan noise was much quieter and less noticeable than my previous aaxa p300 projector. Soft hum with a lower tamber as opposed to a higher…

The fan noise was much quieter and less noticeable than my previous aaxa p300 projector. Soft hum with a lower tamber as opposed to a higher treble that carries.

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The addition of Wi-Fi is a mixed blessing, as the projector had trouble maintaining a connection in testing, so for important presentations …

The addition of Wi-Fi is a mixed blessing, as the projector had trouble maintaining a connection in testing, so for important presentations I would stick to using it with a wired connection.

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To summarize, Vivitek’s Qumi Q6 offers an attractive shell, seamless connectivity (at least where wires are concerned), and a very bright 80…

To summarize, Vivitek’s Qumi Q6 offers an attractive shell, seamless connectivity (at least where wires are concerned), and a very bright 800 lumens that should take care of just about all your projecting needs.

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