Royole Moon 3D Mobile Theater Review Specs

Display: 1920 x 1080 resolution AMOLED (2); virtual screen size 800-inch curved at 66 feet viewing distance (adjustable); interpupillary distance 58mm-70mm; diopter focus adjustemnt –7.0 to + 2.0; 24-bit RGB color; 60 Hz refresh rate
Headphones: 1.6-inch dynamic driver (2); active noise cancelling (22 dB)
Inputs: Micro-USB, micro-HDMI, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), Bluetooth
Battery Life: 5 hours video play time on 2-hour charge
Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches): 8.66 x 8.46 x 8.78 (extended); 3.85 x 8.46 x 8.78 (folded)
Weight (Pounds): 1.44
Price: $800

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Billy's picture

Will this replace home theater as we know it? Imagine this at a few hundred dollars that anyone could afford. All you need is an alert if the phone rings or the doorbell goes off and you are all set. I have been waiting for this for 30 years, is it really here in a quality I want? Imagine living in a small apartment with thin walls, no longer a problem, or maybe the wife wants to go to bed early and a real HT experience would cause marriage troubles, this thing rocks, can't wait to try it. And that comes from a man ith a full dedicated 10 foot HT in the basement, 3 4K TVs, and multiple other HD sets all over the property.

Ovation123's picture

I have the luxury of owning a home (fully detached), with a dedicated "cave," so I don't need something like this to enjoy a home cinema experience. However, as in my youth, and very likely at some point in retirement, an apartment (or condo) will define my main living space, and neighbours may not take kindly to something like my current rig. This device would be a pretty decent compromise (by then, I hope some MCH audio trickery will be up to snuff). Certainly, as a travel rig, or for a secondary home, this would be ideal.

hk2000's picture

I was hoping you'd describe the "screen" perspective. Does it extend to the extreme peripheries, or is it a square surrounded by blackness as in a perceived projection screen some 8 to 10 feet away? and how good is the contrast/ black level?

rjmedich's picture

No 4K? No HDR? :(

dougspeterson's picture

Sound straight stereo good for audiophile music, but I would expect virtual surround sound modes as an option.

1080 on an apparent screen width equal to distance HUGE (45deg -57deg?) I would expect pixelation visible, I would like to see 4K next.