Mobile projectors for smartphones and tablets are awesome, but they generally have one fatal flaw: the price. They’re certainly great when the situation arises for you to use one, but those situations don’t pop up very frequently. It’s tough to drop $300+ on something you’re only going to use a few times each month, of course. But that’s why the Artlii Pico Projector is so awesome. It projects a display up to 60 inches and has a 600-lumen lamp, but it only costs $49 instead of $300 or more!
Here are some additional details from the product page:
- 1.【Mini, Compact & Lightweight】The weight of the Artlii mini LED Projector is only 0.28kg, very light. It’s size is 12.5×8.6×4.7 cm, very small .So It is suitable to be put in your pocket, backpack, travel bag and carry to anywhere you want to go.
- 2.【Powered by a power bank】This mini compact projector is able to be powered by a power bank, which makes it great for travel, camping, hiking where you can not take a TV.
- 3.【Various Compatible Devices】This Artlii small smartphone projector is with some versatile inferfaces,such as USB, HDMI, AV, SD.So it can be connected to your iPhone, iPad, Android Smartphone, TV, PC, Laptop, Desktop, DVD Player, Blu-ray plyers, Stereo, PS4, PS3, XBOX,etc
- 4.【Born for Home Entertainment】This LED mini projector is very fit for home entertainment.It is able to display pictures, movies, TV shows, videos, games on a large screen (1.5 m) and just needs 3.8m throw distance.
- 5.【Free 3-Year Warranty; 100% Full refund】Free 3-year warranty will be available after you choose this Artlii mini projector.Moreover,100% full refund will be back if you are not satisfied. So do not worry.Choose this mini smartphone projector to enjoy.
You’ll also need a Lightning to HDMI cable if you want to connect your iPhone or iPad.
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