Cinemin Pico Projector for the iPhone and small Portable Devices
Traveling light is so easy now. There is very little that I need to do while on the go that I cannot accomplish on my iPhone. With the addition of a few accessories and the will to have fun I no longer need to carry a digital camera, a video camera, a laptop and believe it or not a projector. My iPhone can take the pictures, videos and with special Apps can produce spreadsheets.
The Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Pico Projector adds a whole layer of possibilities to the iPhone, iPod, flip video camera, PSP, digital camera, DVD players and some Smartphones. Video out is necessary for any device using the Pico Projector. The Pico Projector is intended for use with mobile devices not including laptop computers. Not intended to use with computers whether it be a desktop, a laptop or a netbook.
Projecting the images on any surface is simple to do. Watch YouTube videos or a movie on the ceiling if you wish. Project a game, a photo slide show or a spreadsheet onto the wall. You will need a very dark room to read very detailed images. The mid section of the Pico Projector bends and swivels allowing you to point the image whenever you want it. A full 60 inch image can be shown from at distant of at least 8 feet away when in a darkened room. The image will have a resolution of 480 x 320.
No need to worry about running out of battery life before your project or movie is finished. You will get over two hours of battery life and you will get unlimited power from the included AC adapter. If you travel outside of the US there are also power adapters for Europe, the UK and Australia included with the purchase.
Most users say that the Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Pico Projector works well for looking at photos and watching videos or movies. As I said before – do not depend on the Pico Projector to show detailed information in a room that is just somewhat dark – the room must be very dark.
If your needs include a micro Pico projector with a bit more umph and one that works with a laptop check out my Hub on the AXXA P2 Pico Projector.