Unusually bright for a pocket projector and almost too large to be considered pocket size. The 32 lumen rating puts it on the higher end for brightness in a pocket projector and makes up for the larger size. The unit measures 1.2 inches thick by 5.9 inches long and 2.5 inches wide, and weighs less than 12 ounces. Runs on batteries for two hours or an ac adapter, street price is around $350.00.
Read a full review of this projector at the PC Magazine website.
If you are a coach or trainer, your presentations generally take place in a linear and orderly fashion. Likewise, if you’re in the office presenting to colleagues, you have all your presentation “stuff” available. There is a standard presenters discuss in great detail that pertains to presentations we make with the luxury of time and equipment available so we can follow the “how to make a great presentation rules”.
But many presentations are far less formal and made on the fly using tools that emphasize speed and immediacy of information over polish. These aren’t your traditional PowerPoint based presentations. I believe that this kind of information sharing creates a real niche for a tiny class of projectors that start at the size of your iPhone and all weight under a pound.
Check out the Mobile Magazine review of this little device from Aaxa that will hook to your camera, camcorder or iDevice (iPhone, iPod, iPad). At just over $100, I’ll bet there are some tech-savvy travelers out there who will just love this little tool. If you’ve ever shared photos or videos on your phone – this could be for you.
Pico projector’s are relatively new to consumers. They haven’t gained a widespread adoption yet, simply because not many people can imagine the possibilities of carrying one around. At nearly anytime and anyplace you can pull up a 50″ screen on a wall and begin presenting, displaying or projecting a video.
This is not going to replace your LCD TV, nor will it replace your full-sized projector. This will go along in that ever-shrinking gadget bag of yours, giving you an enhanced sense of mobility and that cutting edge ability of blasting a film on the wall at any time.
via Aaxa Technologies P1 Jr. Pico Projector Reviewed – Mobile Magazine.
From Education World, a “techtorial” on Creating a Class PowerPoint presentation.
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