Doogee P1 is a Tiny Android 4.4 DLP Projector That Supports Screen Mirroring and Extension over WiFi

Doogee Smart Cube P1 looks like a colorful Android 4.4 TV box powered by an Amlogic quad core processor, but it’s actually an Android DLP projector without other video output ports (no HDMI, no composite) that can also be used to mirror or extent your laptop or smartphone screen.

Doogee P1 specifications:

  • SoC – Amlogic quad core processor (likely Amlogic S805 quad core Cortex A5 since the device is running Android 4.4)
  • System memory – 1GB DDR3
  • Storage – 8GB eMMC flash
  • Projector
    • Texas Instrument DLP with 70 lumen/3W brightness, OSRAM LED, and 30,000 hours LED lifetime
    • Resolution – 854×480; max: 1280×720
    • Contrast ratio – 800:1
    • Manual focus
  • Audio – 2x 1.2W speakers
  • Connectivity – 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth
  • USB – 1x USB 2.0 host port, 1x micro USB OTG port
  • Misc – Dual LED charging LED, power and reset buttons
  • Power Supply – 5V via USB OTG port
  • Battery – 4,800 mAh @ 3.8V good for about 3 hours
  • Dimensions – 62 x 62 x 62 mm
  • Weight 290 grams

The projector runs Android 4.4 with DLNA, Miracast and Airplay support which allows you to wirelessly stream your audio and video media files from your phone or computer to the projector, or mirror or extended its display.

Gizchina met the company at Mobile World Congress 2016, and tried the features using a Macbook and an iPhone, but it should also work on Windows, Linux, Android, or other systems supporting either Miracast or Airplay.

Doogee P1 is pre-sold on GearBest for $169 with shipping scheduled on April 4, and it should soon become available on other sites too. You can also find more information on the product page.

Via AndroidPC.es

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16 Replies to “Doogee P1 is a Tiny Android 4.4 DLP Projector That Supports Screen Mirroring and Extension over WiFi”

  1. My second post here (#3) awaited moderation, but the first one (#1), and the third one (this post,#4) had not. Why is that?
    Is this just random moderation?

  2. @cnxsoft
    Thanks, I had skipped this article, because its title is not displayed properly on the main page (I am using Chrome browser).

    Nice to see that the developer commented there!

    So this cnxsoft site is apparently very popular among developers! Kudos!

  3. @Ron
    I’ve checked with Chrome, and it looks OK, except there’s no blank line between the tags from the previous post and the title. Do you see something really odd?

  4. Can you connect other speakers to this device,its doesn’t seem to audio port. could you Bluetooth connect some on the android interface.

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