Pocket Cinema V10 – 50″ Handheld Projector

pocket-cinema-projectorThis tiny handheld projector can project an image up to 50 inches on the wall or any surface.

Just think, travelling with a Pocket Cinema means you can enjoy big screen action wherever you may roam without having to lug around a ludicrously clunky projector (you know, the spool-chewing contraptions that sent entire families to sleep on rainy Sundays throughout the 70s and 80s). It’s brilliant for business presentations, parties and movie nights on the move.

Powered by a rechargeable lithium battery, the Pocket Cinema uses a high powered LED to fling images wallwards (yes, we made that word up). We’re not talking plasma quality – and like all projectors image quality diminishes with distance – but dim the lights and it’s just like being at the flicks.

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Features

  • Innovative Handheld-Size Projector for Projecting Image on Various Surfaces in Dark Rooms!
  • LCoS Optical Technology Developed by 3M
  • Projects Image Size up to 50″ at over 5 Feet Away
  • LED Light Source for Durable Use
  • Projects Image from iPod, Digital Cameras, Camcorders, Mobile Phones, and Game Consoles w/ AV-Out
  • Supports JPEG, Video, and MP3
  • A Handy Tool for Personal Entertainment and Small Group Meetings
  • A True Mobile Product w/ Miniature Size and Battery

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System Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista
  • Pentium III – 800 MHz or above
  • 50 MB free hard drive space for program installation
  • 256 MB RAM (512 MB DDR RAM Recommended)
  • 16-bit color display at 800 x 600 or above (32 MB video memory w/ DirectX 3D support recommended)
  • DirectX 9.0c or above
  • Windows Media Player 9 or above
  • QuickTime 6.5 or above
  • RealPlayer 8 or above

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Additional Information

  • Customers can connect their devices that use RCA or composite cables via the AV in port with included AV cable.
  • Customers can transfer information from their computers to be shown on the projector by USB to the internal memory or via an SD card.
  • PowerPoint presentation files can save to .jpg file format, while video files can be converted by using the included ArcSoft Media
  • Converter V. 2.5 software.
  • The program converts (H.264-1080P/30FPS-720/60FPS.mov Aiptek HD files) along with MPEG4, .ASF, (Non-encoded AVI).Non
  • Encoded-AVI means DiVX or 3ivx doesn’t convert.
  • The converted file is MPEG4-.ASF or MJPEG-AVI Arc Soft Encoded and comes out at 640 x 480.


Compatibility

Apple: iPhone 3G
iPod: Classic 120GB Classic 160GB Classic 80GB Nano 3G Nano 4G Touch Touch 2G Video

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