3M Projector Sleeve for iPhone 4/4S (PS4100)
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- Share photos, videos and slideshows
- Ultra-sleek and portable
- Easy to use
- 100 minutes of projection time
- Charges your iPhone 4/4S
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The nostalgia of a projector meets the magic of today’s technology! Now it’s easy to share photos and videos anywhere you go. Create showier shows. Enjoy happier apps. Wow family and friends. This has got to be the coolest gadget ever. All you have to do is snap the ultra-sleek 3M Projector Sleeve onto your iPhone 4/4S and take it with you. It’s super small and as thin as your phone, so you can carry it in a pocket, purse or backpack. And it has over and hour and a half of projection time. Instantly share your new favorite viral video from YouTube. Stream the newest films from Netflix on the wall, on the ceiling or on the side of a tent. Share photos from your latest family trip or even do a slideshow. Anything you can find on the internet, you can project, share and enjoy. It can even work as a back-up charger for your phone with the press of a button. It’s easy. It’s fast. It’s a blast from the past!
From the Manufacturer
Project video and photos almost anywhere with the ultra-sleek 3M Projector Sleeve and your iPhone 4/4S.
Now it’s easy to share photos and videos almost anywhere you go. Just snap the ultra-sleek 3M Projector Sleeve onto your iPhone 4/4S and take it with you. Instantly share viral videos from YouTube. Stream the latest films from Netflix on the wall of your house, on the ceiling of your living room or on the side of a tent — any time and almost anywhere you like. Share photos that you snapped on your phone during your latest family vacation or even put together a slideshow to share with friends. It’s that simple: just project, share and enjoy.
Show and tell.
The old-fashioned entertainment of projecting a film meets today’s technology. You can stream videos from the web, stream entertainment from apps on your phone and share photos and videos almost anywhere.
Just dock and go.
This gadget is lightweight, super small and as thin as your phone, so you can carry it in a pocket, purse or backpack. And it has over an hour and a half of projection time with a rechargeable battery for extended entertainment on the go.
So many options.
Watch the latest viral video from YouTube or Buzzfeed. Stream classic movies, action adventures, romantic comedies or TV shows from Netflix. It even works as a back-up charger for your phone when you run out of power. A simple press of a button and your phone is up and running again. It’s easy. It’s fast. It’ll change the way you watch and share videos, photos and more.
Download the fun.
Draw a crowd with nearly instant projection of movies, home videos or YouTube clips. If it’s video-based, you can project it.
Who’s in charge around here?
You are with a built-in phone charger.
Stay in power with the 3M Projector Sleeve built-in phone charger. A simple press of a button is all it takes to recharge your phone.
It’s lightweight, super small and as thin as your phone, so you can carry it in a pocket, purse or backpack.
100 minutes of entertainment.
Any time. Anywhere.
Enjoy over an hour and a half of your favorite video downloads between charges.
The big screen.
Project and enjoy.
With a projected image size of 6 inches to 60 inches diagonal, your favorite photos and videos come to life.
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Top customer reviews
Very happy! Having a digital projector feature is such a fun addition that it would be hard to imagine that future IPhones wouldn't incorporate this somehow into the IOS.
The only real negative thing about it is that it can't mirror your phone, so only stuff from your video or photo album or streaming content like netflix or youtube could be displayed. And you can't get audio from the headphones port, it has to be bluetooth. So I paired it with a HMDX Audio Jam bluetooth wireless speaker and it worked great. I would suggest though either having a larger bluethooth speaker or ones that can pair with others so it can get louder if it's for a larger crowd.
Would have been nice if it had some kind of popup stand to easily aim it up, but overall loved the projector, excellent picture.
It's very bright, much brighter than i EVER would have thought, pretty incredible. I mean in a very dark room I can project, idk, maybe an 8-9 foot image on the wall and, while it could stand to be a hair brighter for the darkest scenes, it's very very much watchable and enjoyable. You can watch a movie on an image, say, 30 inches across no matter how bright the room you're in is, with all the windows open on a sunny day, doesn't matter. In the late afternoon and evening, maybe a 40-50 inch screen. At night, make it as big as you want. The best color and brightness for me is roughly a 80-100 inch image i suppose. Now...for the nitpicking :)
1). If pressed, i would say it has a hint of a red tint in the picture. Not enough to really bother me though, and is only noticeable if you're looking for it in certain scenes.
2). The focusing wheel is kinda lame lol, but it works. it makes it hard to fine tune it jussssstt right though, but i'm very picky and notice these differences more than most people and it still doesn't bother me much.
3). YOU CAN'T HOOK IT UP TO EXTERNAL SPEAKERS!!! there's no way around it because the headphone jack is blocked (i even bought a 30pin extension cable to circumvent this issue, but to no avail). so disappointed, but then again, the ipod is loud enough for me and in a quiet room will even suffice for a small crowd (not really if they're all eating popcorn though lol). Waaaiiittttt a minute....a BLUETOOTH speaker...yeah, that might just do the trick!
4). When hooked up to the charger, only the projector sleeve charges, the iPod does not. in other words, if it's hooked up to the charger, the amount of movie runtime you get depends upon the iPod's battery.
All in all, it's a great little device. *gives stamp of approval*
I have to resort to an elongated slideshow in order to view a singular image for a long duration, and then restart the slideshow once the image changes - Kind of a pain, however if anyone has any solutions, by all means help a guy out..
Picture Quality is great for such a small machine.