SVP PP003 Portable Multimedia Pico Projector with Free 4GB SD Memory Card - MPPP003BK4GB

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You get what you pay for

by JerseyJoe on 4/27/2011

I bought this for my daughter and her husband. It works- sort of. The room has to be dark or you can't see anything. So, if you want a projector that does not require use in lighted rooms, this may work for you. For me it was unsatisfactory. I knew I was not getting a "regular" projector, but I expected a little more than I got.

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Best deal ever!

on 4/12/2012

I was very happy with the quality of the image and performance

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Product Overview

Video projection is now possible everywhere with this amazing pocket projector. Take your multimedia presentation to any small group or small room. Project videos on the side of a wall or tent during your next vacation. Or project photos and videos onto the ceiling while you relax in bed. The possibilities are virtually endless with this Projector. It fits in the palm of your hand, and literally goes everywhere projecting a crisp, clear display on any surface. In addition to giving your iPhone*, iPod* or iTouch* device big-screen video capacity (*note: synchronize projection with YouTube videos, or photos under slideshow mode ONLY! iPhone/iPod/iTouch cable adapter sold separately). This projector also works with your DVD player. Rechargeable lithium-polymer battery delivers over 90 minutes of power per charge. Also includes power adapter, USB adapter, 3.5mm cable, AV cable and build-in SD card slot.


Manufacturer SVP
Mfg Part# MPPP003BK4GB
SKU 220693550
UPC 859108014422
UPC 14 00859108014422
6??? to 54??? projection image size
AC Adaptor Mode: 6lms @ 2.5 W LED Power
AC Input: Universal Voltage 100-240V,50/60 Hz fit
Accessories: User manual, Power Adaptor, CVBS cable, USB Adaptor
Brightness: Bay Mode: 6lms @ 2 W LED Power
Built-in Speaker: 0.5W
Certification: CE, FCC, ROHS
Connection via AV port of DVD, mobile phone, multimedia player device for projection
Contrast Ratio: 100 : 1
DC Input: 5V/2A
Display Technology: LCoS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon)
Embedded Li-Polymer Battery: V/1500mAh/Wh, 90 mins Battery Operating Time
External Memory Type: 2 in 1,SD/MMC Push-Push type
File Management: Delete, Copy
Image Aspect: 4 : 3
LCoS Optical Technology with LED providing QVGA resolution
LED Indication: Red-charging, Green-full charged
Light technology: White LED
Luminous Flux: 6 lumens
Mass storage easily from your computer (Win XP/Vista/7)
Mini USB port: data transmission (Slave) and host
Movie, photo, music project anywhere anytime
Native Resolution: 320 * 240
OSD Languages for selection: English (standard), German, French, Spanish, Italian
Palm-size design for easy carry and storage
Photo format: JPEG
Power consumption: 4.5W
Product Dimension: 105(L)*56(W)*22(H) mm
Product Weight: 95g
Projection source: External Memory Card, AV-in, USB Host
Projection Source: External Memory SD Card, AV-in, USB Host
Projector Screen size (Diagonal) 6'' to 54''
Rechargeable battery provides up to 90 minutes of playing time
Standard SD Card Slot
Support iPhone, iPod, iTouch with the optional cable adapter (Cable sold separately)
Support SD up to 32GB (SD Card sold separately)
Synchronize projection with YouTube videos, or photo under slideshow mode
Tripod Socket: 1/4'' (Tripod not included)
Video format: MPEG4, Motion-JPEG, RV8/9/10
Video/Photo/Music playback from SD card without need for external device 100% Offset
Warranty: 1 year warranty
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