Mini LED projectors are everywhere these days, but they only display whatever you attach to them. Well not anymore. This Mini Projector with Wifi and Wireless Remote, is a mini projector with Linux smarts. For starters it’s a 10 lumen LED pocket projector capable of displaying 640×480 at 1.8 metres wide. It also has a rechargeable battery, good for around 2 hours of use and a wireless multimedia keyboard and a remote� control.
But here’s where it gets good. There’s a USB port and SD card slot for media, as well as an AV RCA cable for analogue inputs and of course b/g wifi for downloading and streaming your media. It can play mpeg1/2/4, avi and xvid videos and mp3, wma and aac audio, and it has a built-in speaker. The Linux OS has a few built-in apps and you can see things like photos, music, videos, internet radio, weather and check your email. Pretty nifty. ~US$267
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The entertainment value that you will receive from this WiFi LED projector is next to none! This Mini LED projector that can fit so comfortably in your laptop bag can be connected to your LCD TV by using the included 3-in-1 RCA cable. In order to cover all bases, a USB port and SD card slot is available onboard the LED projector, allowing you to be able to instantly connect a USB key or insert an SD card and start watching all your favorite downloaded movies!
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What?! Wi-Fi?! Ya that is taking it to a whole new level. Very impressive. I really think this one has the potential to get good but 10 lumens for this generation is just not going to cut it. I bought my pico projector last year and it has 33 lumens, the Aaxa P2,http://www.aaxatech.com/products/p2_pico_projecto…
I think that the lumens should be going up as time goes on, not down. I will stick with my P2 until something comes out in the 75-100 lumen range. It might just not be possible to fit wi-fi and a powerful projector into the same pocket size package?
The fact that it has a battery power option may also be the reason the light output is lower.