Microvision SHOWWX+ HDMI Laser Pico Projector (AA0123600-020)
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- HDMI Connectivity - Works with a wide range of devices supporting video/tv out
- Infinite Focus - Because the SHOWWX+ HDMI uses lasers to create an image you never need to focus the display
- Rich and vivid laser colors amplify your photos, movies and more
- High resolution (WVGA 848x480), Widescreen (16:9) aspect ratio
- Lightweight, portable, fits in your pocket, doesn't include RCA cables
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-Much brighter than I expected! In a fully lit room, as you could expect, the largest quality image you can project is about 4 feet diagonal. But as soon as you dim the lights, you can easily get a nice 8 foot image, and in a completely dark room I still got pretty good picture at a 10 foot image size!
-VERY easy to use, truly a plug-and-play device. As soon as it gets video information from your source device, it displays it.
-Lasers last much longer than conventional light sources, so you don't have to worry about bulb lifespan.
-Battery lasts about 2 hours on a full charge. That may not seem like a lot, but keep in mind that it's a bright video projector smaller than your iPhone!
-It's smaller than your iPhone! It is perfectly shaped to fit right underneath your iphone, so you can easily hold both devices in one hand.
-Charges from a wall or a USB port (both adapters included)
-Comes with the iPhone/iPad adapter cable.
-Comes with a nifty little bag to carry it in, as well as a wrist strap.
-There is no focus control. This is because it uses lasers, so it is ALWAYS in focus, no matter what distance it is from the screen!Read more ›
I really like this little projector. When I received it, I connected it to everything I had with a picture output including my iphone, blu ray disc player (I needed an HDMI to micro HDMI adapter that I found here on Amazon.com for this to work), computer, and camcorder. My movie choice for picture quality was the "5th Element." I tried it projected onto a wall from 4 feet away and onto a 120" projector screen in my livingroom from 13 feet away. At 4 feet, the colors are bright and the picture is good with the lights out in the room only leaving ambient light. At 13 feet, it needed to be real dark and the colors seemed a little washed out but the picture was smooth. The battery lasted about 90 minutes and then it needed to be plugged in (when plugged in and on, it doesn't charge the battery but allows you to use it). After 2 hours of continuous use, it does overheat.
Since I travel a lot it packs well and I have movies I like anytime.
So, its not fair to do this comparison because it is like comparing apples to elephants but I do want to compare this little portable unit to the more powerful home use projectors.
First, color wise and brightness wise, the microvision product falls short when it is compared to a lower end home projector. Where it shines is that it is lower in cost and doesn't have the anoying loud cooling fan running constantly. And that is it. It truely is a great little projector.Read more ›
It finally came and I was eager to plug it into my iphone and see what this device could do. Instant disappointment set in as the image was clear but it had all of these little laser sparkly dots here and there. I later found out this is called glimmer. The Glimmer is made worse in very dark rooms. What does glimmer look like? you can see the entire projected image very clearly but you can also see the three laser colors red, blue and green kinda dancing around the picture. Was it a deal killer for me. No but I was disappointed that you could see the glimmer effect so profoundly you cannot miss the glimmer. When friends would look at the projected images, they all were amazed at the clarity of the image but not blown away by it due to this glimmer effect, it makes the projected image appear really artificial looking.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have tried a few pico projectors and all had loud fans, good projection mostly in a dark room and ok battery life. I LOVE my showwx+ HDMI. Read morePublished on July 7, 2014 by Kl Cape Cod
The cords that come with it are a little short and stiff, and since the projector itself is very lightweight, you have to fiddle around with it to make sure your picture stays... Read morePublished on March 17, 2014 by Thomas McWain
After looking through a variety of reviews for different projectors, I chose this model but was really disappointed. Read morePublished on March 4, 2014 by Kathleen Hall
This is a piece of work. Has good picture, if your device accepts low resolution displays. IT is a laser so do not look into the lens when it's on, although it has a headphone... Read morePublished on February 22, 2014 by GScindian
Good laser pico projector. I use this whenever I travel and I get a nice size picture, over 100 inches in a dark room at night from it. Read morePublished on November 14, 2013 by Steven M. Mcmahon
It's a great toy to have when wanting a movie night on the wall, but lot's of glitches in operations. Read morePublished on October 23, 2013 by Justin Maguire
I did not except to be like that, can't use it in room presentation. it required room to be fully deemed to workPublished on August 10, 2013 by Mohamed Sakr
I picked this up used on Craigslist the other day for $150.00. I turned it on and sent a video from my iPod. At first I wasn't really impressed with the image. Read morePublished on July 3, 2013 by Cams Cam
The product is just amazing !,
1.Well designed very sophisticated.
2.About the size of a iPhone5/Samsung Galaxy,
3. Read more