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Choosing the Best Pocket Projector

on Wednesday, 03 September 2014. Posted in Blog

A pocket projector is a compact projection device that is usually used for office presentations or personal video viewing. Often weighing no more than mobile phone, a true pocket projector can fit in your pocket, and is operated as a handheld device. Just like its bulkier big brother, these projectors can connect to various forms of devices, such as cameras, smart phones, DVD players & laptop computers.

A pocket projector is a compact projection device that is usually used for office presentations or personal video viewing. Often weighing no more than mobile phone, a true pocket projector can fit in your pocket, and is operated as a handheld device. Just like its bulkier big brother, these projectors can connect to various forms of devices, such as cameras, smart phones, DVD players & laptop computers.

Some pocket projectors can store a relatively large amount of data. For example, the HOTS AndiMaxx pocket projector has 8GB of memory, and can store images, music files and video files. It can also store various data files such as MS Office and Portable Document Format files and can run show a PowerPoint File via the Android PowerPoint Viewer

Other than storing data, some newer models of pocket projector have the capability to access the Internet, as well as other wireless devices. This is done through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technology. The ability to store files and access the internet ensures that you don't have to lug your notebook for your office presentations. The AndiMaxx fits has this capability also.

As a piece of “serious” office equipment, one issue that has been raised about the pocket projector is the size and brightness of the display. Some models are impressive in this aspect; for example, the HOTS MiniMaxx Pico Projector tips the scale at about 210 grams, yet can throw 35 Lumens of light producing up to 100 inches (diagonal) of display size.

To get the most out of your pocket projector, you should choose one with a long lamp life. Most pocket projectors have an LED light source that will provide more than 20,000 hours. It is also worth checking whether the projector is RoHS certified which means that the equipment is free from harmful materials (e.g., mercury or lead).

Some pocket projectors feature a sleek and curvy design, and some have a more professional look. To choose the best projector for your personal or office use, you should consider several factors such as general size of audience, lamp life, brightness of display, data storage, and Internet access. The portability and versatility of the pocket projector means that it could be the only piece of equipment you'll need for your next presentation.

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