It’s responsible to say that there’s little to no difference between the three models. This new product, the Wanbo T2 Max Projector, features 150 ANSI lumens and is compatible with 1080 pixel resolution. The device can project screen sizes of 40 to 120 inches from a distance of 1.5 to 3.0 meters. However, it requires manual focus, and the scroll button is located on the back. It also supports ±40° vertical trapezoidal distortion correction.
The Wanbo T2 MAX uses a completely enclosed, internally circulating optical machine technology to dissipate heat from the projector. This design completely eliminates the effects of dust build-up on the optical path, thereby extending the life of the projector.
In addition, it uses diffuse reflectance technology. Compared with autoluminescence imaging, diffuse reflection imaging is softer, so there is less eye strain during prolonged observation.
It is equipped with two 3W speakers on the left and right side. There is also a turbo fan inside the projector that circulates and dissipates heat from the inside of the device to the LCD screen. The two fans inside the machine direct the airflow from the rear heat sink and chip processor channels, thereby extending the life of the LED lights. With good thermal performance, the LED bulbs last up to 20,000 hours.
It is worth mentioning that the back of the T2 Max projector features HDMI, AV and other inputs for easy connection to devices such as laptops and TV boxes.