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iGo DLP Pocket Projector

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iGo DLP Pocket Projector

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description

Projects up to 70

Projects up to 70"

Back in the Dark Ages (aka about ten years ago) projecting images onto walls and ceilings required noisy contraptions the size of pedal bins. Indeed projectors could only be described as palm sized if your name was King Kong. Fast forward to right here, right now and projectors are getting smaller and smarter by the second. Witness the award-winning iGo DLP Pocket Projector.

No bigger than a packet of cigarettes, this high-contrast projector is all set to put an end to small screen squint syndrome. Simply hook up your video device (Flip camera, DVD player, laptop, smartphone*, camcorder) via the relevant cable (HDMI, micro HDMI, USB, VGA and AV cables are all included) and sit back as the sleek iGo beams your movies, stills and presentations onto any flat surface, across an area up to 70”. You can also whoosh stored movies straight in via Micro SD card. It really is the undisputed king of connectivity.

Connect via HDMI Selecting source Projecting the video

Connect your Camcorder via HDMI

Select the source input

Project your video!

DLP Lens

DLP Lens

Thanks to its 20 lumens brightness and DLP lens, image quality is eye-poppingly sharp. Fuzzy faces and blurry backgrounds? Not any more! Use the iGo in conjunction with a screen and you could be at the movies, albeit watching a badly shot film starring your mate shoving chips up his nose.
inputs and connections

1) Focus wheel , 2) VGA/Component input, 3) Mini HDMI input, 4) Micro USB input,
5) Micro SD card slot, 6) AV in, 7) Audio out

For a truly cinematic experience you can even hook up some fancy speakers, although the iGo’s built-in 0.5W noise-chucker is more than adequate for spur of the moment viewing sessions. Speaking of impromptu gawping, this is where the iGo truly shines. Pop it in your pocket/bag and you’ll never need to jostle for position as you squint over another titchy screen. The whole plug ‘n’ go process is totally idiot-proof. Now all you need are some friends and relatives worthy of the big screen treatment. ‘Muuuum!’
Description

1) VGA cable, 2) Power adapter, 3) UK/US plug, 4) Video cable, 5) Mini-HDMI cable,
6) Mini-Micro-HDMI converter, 7) USB cable, 8) Carry pouch



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Packaging

Packaging

Product Features:
  • LED light source (20,000 hrs)
  • Supports Micro SD memory cards for easy storing or transferring of media files
  • Built-in 0.5W speaker and audio out
  • Changeable projection (front, rear, front inverted, rear inverted)
  • Built-in media player
  • Supports MPEG-4 (mp4), jpg and bmp file formats
  • Built with ports for Micro USB, Micro SD card slot, Audio out, AV in, Mini HDMI, VGA (universal) and DC in
Specifications:
  • Display type: DLP
  • Native display: WVGA (854 x 480)
  • Max resolution: WXGA (1200 x 800)
  • Aspect ratio: 4:3 and 16:9
  • Brightness: 20 ANSI lumens
  • Input: A/V, composite video, stereo audio, mini HDMI, VGA, micro USB
User Manual: Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 11.7cm(L) x 6.1cm(W) x 1.8cm(D)
  • Weight: 158.76 g
Contents:
  • iGo DLP Pocket Projector
  • Li-ion battery pack 1410 mAh
  • Power adapter
  • VGA cable
  • USB cable
  • Mini-HDMI cable
  • Mini-HDMI converter
  • Protection case
  • User Guide

Customer Reviews

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Hi, I've been lucky enough to get one of these for christmas and love it but as below I am struggling to find the Universal to vga adaptor... any ideas on where might stock this specialist cable? I've tried the usual specialists but to no avail. Any help would be most appreciated :) Paul.
Paul, UK - 7th January 2012
Firebox says: Hi Paul, there's a few sites out there if you're handy with Google. Give us a call if you'd like us to try and help further (0800 044 5010)
Hi, I was given one of these but I have lost the VGA adaptor. Can I buy another one please?
David Dean, UK - 22nd October 2011
Firebox says: Hi David, we don't sell individual adaptors, but if you drop us an email at info@firebox.com we can find out if we have any spares lying around.
Where do we get the VGA cable? I bought one and struggling one to get the cable though it says Universal I/O cable. Can u suggest me to search the correct cable?
Brijoy Janardhanan, MN, USA - 17th October 2011
Firebox says: Hi Brijoy, I'm not sure I understand exactly what the problem is. It should come with a VGA cable. If you're still having trouble, send us an e-mail at info@firebox.com and we'll try to resolve the issue for you.
Would this work with an xbox 360?
JJ, United Kingdom - 17th October 2011
Firebox says: Hi JJ, we've contacted the supplier and they said that there should be no problem using the projector with an Xbox 360. They say you should simply connect using a standard Composite AV Cable, such as the original Xbox AV Cable or the HDMI input would make connection even easier. However a Component HD AV Cable is not compatible. Hope this helps!
Does the HDMI interface support a full sized HDMI connection if a suitable adaptor is used? I want to use the projector with my Mac Mini via HDMI rather than VGA.
Allan, UK - 6th October 2011
Firebox says: Hi Allan, an adapter or appropriate alternative cable could be used to convert the mini HDMI input to full sized HDMI without any foreseeable issues.
Combining with a long HDMI cable (or a re-encoded h264 mp4 stored on a micro SD card) makes it a great and quick to setup projector for watching the occasional film on a white wall. You do need plenty of space though (say 2-2.5m for a 65" screen) and I do struggle to get the entire picture in focus but then again if you want top quality you should be getting a much bigger and more expensive projector.
Paul, Bury - 3rd July 2011
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