Portable LED Digital Projector with HDMI, USB, and SD-Card Ports
Project a big game during a party, or beam video games onto the wall with a group of friends. Thanks to an 80-lumen LED lamp, this compact projector generates a bright display that can go from a personal 20” to a crowd-pleasing 100”.
Since it’s only about the size of a textbook, this projector can easily be packed and taken on the go. So you can stream movies and video games on the big screen at home before giving a presentation at work about how much you like movies and video games.
Crisp Picture, Big or Small
Stretching from a compact 20” display to a wall-spanning 100” projected screen doesn’t mean you’ll lose any detail. The projector supports up to 1080p full-HD resolution when it’s hooked up to HD sources, giving you realistic detail and lifelike color no matter the display size.
Project Almost Any Media
An HDMI input lets the device connect with HD cable boxes, laptops, video-game consoles, and other components for simple streaming using only one cord (HDMI cable not included). You can even show off personal photos and music libraries stored on a memory card via the projector’s SD-card slot.
Projection size: 20”–100”
Projection distance: 1.1m–4m
Native resolution: 320x240 (RGB)
Supported resolution: 1920x1080 (1080p full HD)
Contrast ratio: 400:1
Aspect ratio: 4:3, 16:9
Brightness: 80 lumens; 800 sensory lumens
Lens with f/90 aperture and manual zoom/focus
Lamp life: up to 20,000 hours
15-pin VGA port
3.5mm auxiliary-audio jack
Audio format: WMA, MP3
Power supply: 12V, 6A output; 100–240V ~ 50/60Hz, 1.5A input
Product dimensions: 2.5” (H) x 5.5” (W) x 5” (D)
In the box: projector, user manual, remote control, and power cord
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Good for the money; obviously not for high def viewing, but watchable. Instructions are horrible, pretty much useless, barely recognizable as english. Finally figured out that it's not enough to just push the select button, you need to hold it in until it registers.