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EyeClops Mini Projector

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  • Projects movies and television, video games and more
  • Projects up to 60" in size
  • Take it anywhere indoors, outdoors and on the go
  • Works with DVD players, iPod, video games, digital camera and more
  • Super LED illumination
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 4 x 9 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B0024I8H42
  • Item model number: 04959
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,712 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (311 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Kids can project movies, video games, and more with the Eyeclops Mini Projector. Designed for ages eight and older, this portable digital projector fits in the palm of your hand and projects a screen size of up to 60 inches! All you need for big-screen excitement is a dark room and standard RCA cables to connect the Eyeclops to your favorite media player or game console. With an optional battery pack for projection on-the-go, you'll never lose sight of the big picture!

Mini Projector
    Ages: 8+

    Requires:
  • Connector cables (RCA cables) for projecting from various media sources (not included)
  • 4 "D" batteries for portable battery pack (optional/not included)
  • Adult assistance for battery replacement
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The Good: Mini projector makes it easy for kids to create their own home theater.

The Challenging: Low-resolution images necessitate a viewing environment that is totally dark.

In a Nutshell: Kids will love projecting movies and video games outdoors and on bedroom ceilings!

This kid-friendly projector projects movies, video games and more.

The projector is lightweight and compact, so you can even project on the ceiling.

The EyeClops expands video games to larger-than-life sizes.

If You Can Plug It In, You Can Project It
The Eyeclops puts big-screen projection capability in the palm of your hand. It's easy to create your own home theater -- just connect your favorite media player or game console to the Eyeclops' audio-video inputs (connector cables not included), turn on the power, and aim the projector at a wall or ceiling. With built-in speakers and a projected screen size of up to 60 inches, your favorite movies and video games will take on a whole new look and sound!

The Eyeclops works with DVD players, video game consoles, handheld devices, and more! The projector's simple, kid-friendly features include a pivoting arm for adjusting the projection angle, a volume control, and a focal adjustment. Unlike other larger projectors, the Eyeclops doesn't get hot, so it's safe for kids to handle.

Projector Fits in the Palm of Your Hand
Going on a road trip? The projector unit weighs less than a pound and measures a compact 2 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches (H x W x D), so kids can easily take it along for all kinds of adventures. The projection stand features a convenient belt clip in addition to a portable battery pack that provides approximately 270 minutes of projection time -- more than enough for an outdoor screening!

The Darker the Room, the Clearer the Image
Whether you're projecting a film on the ceiling of your bedroom or a video game inside of your tent, the key to a clear image is a dark environment. Kids will find that even a little daylight makes the screen dim and blurry. For best results, the projector should be positioned within several feet of the projection surface, and all light sources should be covered.

Because the Eyeclops' on-board speakers may not provide the same quality of audio that your home speakers do, the projector features a mini-jack audio output that allows you to connect it to headphones or external speakers. Additionally, while standard RCA cables (not included) are sufficient to connect most devices to the Eyeclops, certain media players and handheld devices may require special connector cables that can be purchased separately.

What's in the Box
Eyeclops Mini Projector, projection stand/battery pack, swivel arm, A/C adaptor, instruction manual.



Product Description

Eyeclops T28625 Portable Mini Projector with Built-In Speaker and Powerful LED Technology

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Customer Reviews

And it is way too dim to even see in a very dark room.
Hari Neelakantan
They play movies on the ceiling and attach ipod speakers to improve the sound quality.
M. Maestas
If I could give this item a zero star rating I would but I cant.
Andrew K. Mcdonald

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

335 of 347 people found the following review helpful By Swashbuckler77 on August 30, 2009
I have been delighted with the Eyeclops mini projector. It was purchased to watch movies and play video games on my ceiling at night and it serves this purpose in a satisfactory manner. The poor contrast and low quality resolution can make dark video games more challenging, but overall, it produces a fairly impressive image for the price. This is not meant to compete with high-end projectors, but then again, you do find it in the toy department for a reason.

Pros: Portable, reasonably sturdy, great price.

Cons: Low resolution, poor contrast, LED lamp requires near total darkness, patches of image are tinted red or green.
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298 of 316 people found the following review helpful By Mary Dobransky on January 28, 2010
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I know this is a toy, but... The pictures of the family watching a movie on the ceiling and on the side of a tent are very misleading. According to the instructions, the projector must be within 5 feet of the display surface (the ceiling or the side of the tent), and to get the image to be as large as is pictured the projector must be more than 5 feet away. And I found that when the projector is more than even just 3 feet from the display area the picture begins to get fuzzy. When you project from 3 feet from the surface the projected image isn't even as large as my 15" computer monitor. I bought this for my 9 year old for his birthday. All of the cables to connect to my computer and to a DVR brought the price of the present up to $120, and now that I've seen the results I know my son will be disappointed in the present. Hope this is helpful.
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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Hassan Kamel on December 30, 2009
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I'm an adult and think this is a great product, especially for the price. I got my first one from Amazon right before Xmas for $29.98 shipped. I just ordered another one from drugstore dot com for $34.98 shipped. The unit will not power on if you don't have a live feed going through it - so for those of you who got it and think it's broken, you're wrong. You need to turn on the device you want to project first then turn on the projector and it will work fine - this is smart - saves the lcds for longer life. If you don't like the sound you have the option to hook up speakers to it through the headphone jack. The focus wheel does work - you just need to move it very slowly - once you get the focus to where you like it, leave it alone. Of course if you move the projector or make the image bigger or smaller, you'll need to focus again. You can project it on the wall, but the texture/color on the wall won't give you the best picture - you can do one of 2 things I tried that work great - goto Michaels with your 40% off coupon and get a white glue board (about $1.50) and use that as your screen - better yet, get a 24 x 36 poster frame - take out the plastic shield and reverse the paper inside that comes with it so it's on the white side and then put the frame back on - voila - you now have a white screen you can hang on the wall anywhere for very cheap price. I've done both and it really helps give the picture/projector justice.
You need to realize that this is NOT a professional projector, however,...it's lcd (no bulb to replace ever, and you'll get plenty of life out of it), very portable, excellent value, and if you get creative about how to make the picture look more clear/visible you'll be very happy with it.
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54 of 59 people found the following review helpful By N Legler on November 28, 2009
I want to start the same way a few other reviewers have - this is a Toy, not a high end electronic device. Having said that, watching Sponge Bob videos 'on the big screen' hasn't gotten old after two weeks. I would assume watching other brightly colored cartoons would be just as enjoyable. Once again - Toy not Tech.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By William B. Mumaw on May 21, 2010
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I bought this for an amazingly low thirty five bucks (used) and it was well worth it. the picture is blurry even when it is focused... the colors are strange, mine is red in the bottom corner for some reason. since it is LED it runs cool and the fan is quiet, but it cant be "upgraded" to a brighter bulb so viewing has to be in pitch blackness. I got a kick out of the belt clip, why is it there?!? so many things were missing from this to make it perfect, but I was only looking for cheap. I'm going to try a Torpedo or Sharper Image projector next... I did get what I paid for and I'm happy with it. just wish it was brighter.

Pros:
10/10 Cheap
9/10 durable
10/10 battery and ac powered
9/10 very portable
11/10 battery life++ (7+ hours already and perfect)

Cons:
2/10 poor focusing
0/10 no color correction
3/10 not bright enough
4/10 Sound quality is high pitched and tinny... (I hooked it to Ipod speakers and way better)
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By S. Patton on April 18, 2010
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This will be a mostly technical review. I had the Jakks EyeClops Mini Projector in my shopping cart for a couple weeks before I finally purchased it on Amazon. I bought it when it had gone down to 60% off, I figured, what the heck. It is a very small projector. The actual projector is 3.5" x 3.5" x 2". Yeah, it's that small. It's got composite in (yellow/red/white), a volume control, a headphone jack, a DC in, a focus control, and a single "on" button. It's resolution is 320x240. It makes a little bit of fan noise when it's on.
This projector is not bright, I don't know the lumens, but it's not bright. If you have a dark room, it'll go 7-8 feet, don't expect more. If it has to compete with ambient light, that number goes down fast. I can lay on my bed and project on the ceiling from my computer, very comfortable for watching videos off hulu, youtube, etc... As I mentioned, resolution is 320x240, to put that in perspective, normal standard def TV is 640x480, so it's "half". Not horrible, not great. The projector's throw (D/W) is 2. That is, if it is 2ft back from a wall, it'll make a 1ft wide image. The color of an image produced is not completely consistent. 3 of the 4 corners are tinted with the LEDs creating the image. That is, a white projection will look white in the center, a bit red in one corner, blue, and green in two other corners. This effect is evident with images of solid colors, but for normal video playback, it's not that bad, you barely notice it.
It has a standard tripod threaded socket on the bottom, but there is a layer of plastic below the threads, so some tripod mounts may be too short. It comes with a mount, though, that attaches to the huge battery compartment. Sure, you could plug it in, but where's the fun in that?
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