A cinema in the palm of your hand
The KODAK LUMA 350 serves as your all-in-one portable cinema. Featuring Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity as well as USB and HDMI inputs, it’s powered by Android, so you can also download your favorite apps and stream your shows without ever touching your phone or any other external device.
The KODAK LUMA 350 supports streaming video over Android applications without the need for any external devices and can play files from USB or HDMI® connection ports. Connect compatible devices wirelessly via Miracast to mirror your screen, or cast videos from compatible apps using DLNA. View your movies on a proportional screen, no matter the surface. Auto vertical keystone correction ensures your screen will always show correctly, even if the display surface is warped.
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- Portable, lightweight design
- Screen display up to 150″
- Android OS with app store
- 200 ANSI-lumen brightness
- Simple plug-and-play operation
- Supports HDMI® and USB inputs
- Uses DLP® Technology
- Dual 1.5 W speaker
- 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones/speakers
- Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi® enabled
- Screen sharing via Miracast
- Cast via DLNA
- KODAK LUMA 350 Portable Smart Projector
- Remote Control
- UK/EU Power Adapter
- HDMI® Cable
- Quick Start Guide
- Limited Warranty
I do a lot of presentations for my work and have gone through a few portable projectors of varying brands. Of all of the ones I've tried, I will say the Luma 350 is at the top of my list. Its solid, bright enough to use in most situations I am in and is easy to use. My only two frustrations are that you can't completely edit the homescreen (I don't use YouTube, and even if I uninstall it, the big tile stays), and that some popular apps do not have compatible versions for this projector. I have to use an external device to use all the services I use. If Kodak and Roku came together to make a "Roku powered" Luma, I'd be all over it as that would be the perfect solution today. If you don't use Roku and need a simple projector for Hulu, Netflix, Twitch and YouTube, its great on it's own.
Really it's a great product. We enjoyed like a cinema in our home. Just connect a Home Theater to it and its amazing.
Perfect picture, satisfactory sound, and I agree with what other positives purchasers have said. HOWEVER, Hulu and Kodak need some sort of a compatibility agreement because Kodak is providing the Hulu app on a portable projector while Hulu has blocked usage on all hotspots so unless you are on your home network or a standard WiFi Hulu is useless on this projector. My husband travels weekly for work and this is the only reason we bought a projector.
Bought this back in February. It's used about 12 hours a week for the kids. USB jack often powers a 1st gen Chromecast for ultimate portability.
Plugged in 80% of the time to a Roku but when we do go wireless it doesn't hold a charge like it used to.
A few dead pixels later and a more finicky focus wheel but we still love this thing.
Onboard apps don't work half the time but with the Chromecast and Roku it isn't a big deal.
World but it again in a heartbeat
*some limited 3D functionality when contacted to a 3D source