The Philips PicoPix Max One is a small Full HD projector capable of projecting native 1080p video at sizes up to 120″. The 10,000:1 contrast ratio and 1.2:1 (D:W) throw ratio allow it to work in a variety of senarios, whether it’s projecting in a living room wall or a conference room, clear images can be displayed without many settings.
The onboard 3000 mAh battery provides up to three hours of viewing time. The main video input is HDMI, but there’s also a USB Type-C port that can be used as a video input or power output if both functions work on your device. If you don’t want to use the onboard dual 4 watt speakers, you can opt for the 3.5mm audio output to connect with external speakers.
The projector comes with an IR remote and has capacitive touch buttons on the projector body for menu jumping without it. Philips PicoPix Max One has a single-threaded socket on the bottom that is compatible with all tripods, as well as most mounting plates for projectors, although its small size and light weight make it easier to install than most others.