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TLDR: The Prima 1080p HD Pocket Projector serves up brilliant, sharp video at up to 200 inches across with four times the bulb strength of similar portable projectors.
At a glance, you would swear the Prima 1080p HD Pocket Projector ($229 from TNW Deals) is a smartphone. In fact, its shape, size, and weight are almost identical to a standard iPhone model. But while a smartphone can serve as an entertainment center for one, this pocket projector from Prima can be an entertainment hub for literally dozens.
For everything from presentations to movie night, this handy gadget is an absolute workhorse, capable of delivering 1080p resolution video at a screen size of up to 200 inches across.
The heart of this powerhouse is its 200-lumen bulb, a light source that serves up to four times the brightness of other portable projectors. That ensures users get an ultra-crisp, ultra-clear display that’s sharp enough to enjoy movies, television, sports, or gaming that pops under almost any lighting conditions.
With connections available via both Bluetooth and WiFi, this projector has plenty of processing power to go with that formidable bulb strength. Driving by its Android-powered, 64-bit quad-core processor, users can access online content from sources like Amazon, Netflix, and the Google Play Store, then stream directly from the unit itself. Or owners can sync it up to their smartphone, tablet, laptop or other mobile device and stream media content right from those devices as well.
Along with its power, this projector includes compatibility options that can help users play content from virtually any device. There are inputs for simply connecting a PC, Mac, cable box, gaming console or HDMI video player, all without dealing with the hassle of intricate buttons and menu screens.
A Blu-ray or DVD player, a Fire or Roku stick, even a microSD card, it’s all connectable and projectable from this versatile tool.
This whole collection even comes with its own remote control and a tripod, so all users have to do is position it, fire it up, and sit back and enjoy the pictures with enough battery life for up to three hours of video playback.
Regularly $799, the Prima 1080p HD Pocket Projector is already half off, but with the current Labor Day Sale also happening right now, that teams up to shave the price of this powerful tech down to only $229. That price is only good for a few more days, so lock in the deal now before it’s gone.
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