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Tiny Retro Projector – the smallest home cinema in the world?


This Tiny Retro Projector is an astonishing 6cm x 6cm x 3.8cm in size, which is not much bigger than a box of kitchen matches. What’s more it features an internal speaker, can project an image up to 48 inches and has a 200:1 contrast ratio. So the 3W LED is not going to give you any love in a well lit room, but for watching videos on your phone in a darkened plane cabin? Yowsers. $219.00.


 Would you like to share your lovely pictures, famous movies, critical moments with others? Here comes a new and tiny hand-held projector! It’s Size just like an Mobile Phone, You can Easily to turn your Bedroom or Office into Cinema, Music Hall or Lecture Theature! This Tiny LED Projector built-in with Rechargeable Battery & Speaker What you require is just Simply Connect Your Digital Devices, such as Mobile/Smart Phone, Laptop Notebook, Netbook, PC, Digital Camera, VCD/DVD player, iPod Video, PMP player, via the RCA cable & Usb cable, Then, Project your Film, Music Concert, PowerPoint Presentation on the Wall, Ceiling..etc.


  • Quote – "but for watching videos on your phone in a darkened plane cabin? Yowsers" Why would I want to use a projector to project an image onto my cell phone? Most of the cell phones are not white, so it would throw off the color of the videos. Plus cell phones are spooo small these days. Now playing videos from my cell phone, through the projector, onto the back of a seat in front of me – now that might be fun. Though what happens when the inconsiderate guy in front tilts his seat back? And again so many seats are not white and hence the color of the videos would be thrown off. I have it, they should sell a little projector screen with this projector. It could be retro, and look like those ones we used in school many years ago. With the space between seats, I bet you could get a 10 inch image projected onto the screen – just a little smaller than a standard notebook screen of 15 inches.

    • Sorry, terminology challenge Cliff. I meant 'beaming videos from your phone'. :)

  • And I hope you know my post was in fun jest. It was obvious what you meantin your original post.

  • Oops…. :) My bad!


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