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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works as intended, September 23, 2011
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I've owned a studio 1555 for the last three years, and my old battery was no longer lasting a reasonable time. Bought this battery and for now, charges are lasting around 2:30 to 3 hours. I'm not sure how long laptop batteries are supposed to work before they start to lose the ability to hold a charge... my old one lasted about two years, hopefully this one will too.

Discovery Expedition Entertainment Projector
Discovery Expedition Entertainment Projector
Offered by Dealio Bargains
Price: $84.95
30 used & new from $20.00

182 of 199 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful for the price, November 29, 2009
A durable and lightweight portable projector intended for gaming or casual entertainment.

Large lens range (Display throw can be very close and very far away)

Low Resolution
Moderate Fan Noise
Lack of VGA input (Though this can be easily remedied)

I believe this product is sorely underrated. The Discovery Projector IS a projector, and when I can say that I bought a projector for around eighty dollars, that is an achievement. This product is not meant to be used in a home theater-- it is for someone who needs access to a TV but may not have it. I bought this product because buying a TV would not be as portable or versatile, and a whole lot more expensive.
For those looking to connect to a laptop, look for a VGA to RCA cable. If you look in the right place, it can't be more than $5-10.
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