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I have sent the following message elsewhere too, but unfortunately I haven't got any replies yet. I hope that someone might provide insight into this.
I have searched quite a bit, but I could not find any definite answer on the following questions. I hope you can shed some light into this.
I give very frequently talks and I have started getting tired having my heavy laptop with me every time. Therefore I thought to buy a tablet, but obviously I will need to connect that tablet to projectors for my presentations. I am interested in buying the M9 and one of the reasons is that it has an HDMI output, which should satisfy my requirement. However, I am not certain what happens in the following two cases:
1) Projector has HDMI input, but supports only lower resolutions than the M9.
Is it still possible to connect to the projector and use the lower resolution of the projector? Or will the image be cut around the edges and the slides will not show completely on the projector? Is there some way to change the resolution of the M9 (which is what happens when I connect my laptop to the projectors)?
2) Projector has only VGA input and only supports lower resolutions than the M9.
I have seen that there are HDMI to VGA converters that can be used with PIPO tablets. But the same question as above arises with respect to the resolution. If only lower resolutions are supported on the projector, will the introduction of the converter change anything?
I would appreciate your input on the above, especially if you have hands-on experience with these situations.
Anyone on this?
Maybe I was not clear about the specific model I am interested in? It is this one:
I wouldn't recommend non HDMI projectors, the picture scaling process to reduce the resolution would probably not look very nice on display.
I happen to own a PiPO M9 Pro (so it's the model with higher resolution) and an old Optoma pico projector with HDMI. The projector is partly out of order because of many pixels are burnt, but I will give it a test with a tablet. I'll also try to check the results with a tablet that has a lower resolution and will let you know.
You can also check the video below that was done with a low resolution tablet about two years and half ago:
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