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HDMI Pocket Projector Mobile, 100-Lumen

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  • Bright 100-lumen LED lamp lasts up to 20,000 hours and projects images up to 80" diagonal
  • Rechargeable battery lasts up to 2 hours (also has AC adapter)
  • Connects via HDMI® compatible cable to most smartphones, tablets, computers, video players, cameras and more*
  • 1280 x 720 resolution HD video output (accepts up to 1080p HD video input)
  • Includes HDMI® compatible cable, MHL cable, 5- to 11-pin adapter and AC adapter
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HDMI Pocket Projector Mobile, 100-Lumen. Go big with our pocket-sized HD projector Our portable projector connects to multiple devices for a "big screen" view of just about anything. * Business Presentations * Movies * Video Games * Web Videos * Sports & TV Shows A projector that's simply brilliant-no matter how you use it. And we mean brilliant. HDMI Pocket Projector's mega-bright lamp projects up to 100 lumens for up to two hours on a single charge. Its powerful 3800mAh battery recharges via USB and even doubles as a backup battery for your devices when fully charged. A built-in focus wheel lets you adjust the display for optimum resolution, while the dual speakers with volume control let you accompany your video with audio-or add separate speakers using the 3.5mm audio-out jack. Pocket Projector Mobile includes an HDMI cable, Micro HDMI adapter and a Mini HDMI adapter. To connect to any device without an HDMI port, you will need an HDMI adapter or Apple Digital AV adapter (sold separately). *IMPORTANT: Apple devices require an Apple Digital AV Adapter (sold separately) for use with an HDMI cable.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5.1 x 3.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008D6JDS8
  • Item model number: MP100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (216 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 20, 2012
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626 of 651 people found the following review helpful By Alex Su on December 19, 2012
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I bought this as a gift for someone, who loves to go to cinema to watch movies in large screen. Cinema is fine, but the cost of watching one movie and the travel to the nearest cinema to us was a hassle. So I decided to buy a projector as a gift. But the idea of projector lamps dying so often made me research for an alternative: LED projectors. Despite having lower lumen brightness rating than traditional projectors, the idea of not having to worry about replacing lamps is a big plus.

So I came across this Brookestone HDMI Pocket Projector. After reading several reviews, I ordered it hoping that this purchase will be well worth it.

Here are the specs:
- 85 lumens
- 854 X 480 native resolution, also accepts 1080p inputs
- Built-in battery lets the projector runs up to 2 hours, and also as power bank for your mobile devices
- Full HDMI sized input port
- Small sized projector (your average external 2.5" HDD size)
- 2 built in speakers

It arrived from Amazon yesterday, well packed inside a larger box. Upon taking the projector out of its packing, I was really amazed at how small it is ( around the size of an 2.5" external HDD ). Although you cant fit it into your pocket and carry it around, it is still very small compared to traditional projectors that have their lamps burnt out so often. To be honest, I was sort of worried about its performance, given its small-ish size but then again its arrived (Cant turn back now, can I?). So I plugged it in to let it charge till fully charged before testing it (around an hour or so to full charge).

Plugged it into the HDMI port on my lappy and switched it on in my brightly lit room and I am getting ~30" screen size on the wall quite near in front of me.
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287 of 312 people found the following review helpful By Prasad K. Cherian on October 26, 2012
I'm not sure why more people have not reviewed this product but I think for the price this is a pretty good deal. This is the third pico type projector that I have bought over the years. I live in limited space so having large media playing devices (TVs/Monitors) is usually not an option especially since I tend to move every 2 years or so. This is the reason that I got interested in Pico Projectors in the first place - imagine it - a big screen TV that fits into your hand. All you really need is a white surface to project it on.

But there are also pitfalls to this sort of thing. Battery life tends to max in these devices at about 90-120 minutes. The speakers they have generally are too quiet/small sounding for viewing with multiple people. Most also seem to have lumens under 20 so you really need a dark room.

Bearing this in mind and also the fact that I wanted HDMI quality I didn't have that many options. The ShowXX HDMI laser pico projector seemed the most ideal. Yes the battery life is poor at 2 hours - but for the most part I just plug it in. And yes you need an almost completely pitch black room to really appreciate it. What was great was how small it was and the (mini) HDMI out meant that I could hook it up to more than just my Iphone/pad/touch. The sound was tiny since it came only from my attached device, but with bluetooth, I was able to hook up speakers to make the sound warmer. The picture was top notch - but a little dark even on the brightest settings. The fact that it is a laser projector also meant that you don't have to focus it because it is always in focus. The disadvantages? It gets pretty hot, you can't put it on a tripod unless you by the VGA adapter which means then you can't use the HDMI or IPhone hook up either.
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90 of 97 people found the following review helpful By bigbaldguy on August 2, 2013
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Let me preface this review by saying I am not a gadget guy. I don''t agonize over the contrast on my tv or how many LEDs there are per square millimeter of screen ect. I'm a pretty average 40 year old male who has a decent flat screen tv and is reasonably tech savy..

I ordered this projector because I wanted to be able to play movies outside and also because it just looked pretty cool. I expected it would cast a decent viewable image in low light and the novelty of watching a movie in some random location would make up for any shortcomings (fight club in a warehouse, rise of the living dead in an old graveyard). I was amazed when I got it. Not much bigger than two decks of cards I plugged it in and aimed at my wall which is painted a medium brown. The room was well lit with the window open and I could see a decent image and thought that's not bad. I then closed all the blinds, turned off all the lights and sat in the room with a still decent amount of sunlight coming around the blinds. I could probably have read a book with a bit of squinting. I turned it back on and WOW I had a 60 inch picture on the wall that was a bit off color because of the brown but amazing none the less. I backed it up another 4 feet and I had a 120 inch image on the wall that was still very watchable. I put up a couple of pieces of white sign board I had and it was amazing how good the picture was. I decided to paint a screen on my wall and researched all the projector sites. They have crazy paints and special screens and they talked about sanding you wall all the way down and then floating it to remove all imperfections ect and all of it cost more than I paid for the projector. No way that was happening. So I went to Jo Ann fabrics and wandered around looking for some cloth to make my own screen with.
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