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Turn your smartphone into a home cinema projector for £16: Can’t be done? Think again

Turn your smartphone into a home cinema projector for £16: Can’t be done? Think again

By 23 July 2014

There are ways to construct a do-it-yourself projector for your smartphone, but not all of you have the time or money to invest into such a tedious project. That's when the Luckies of London Smart Phone Projector comes in. Listed on PrezzyBox.com, the... >>

A week in reviews: 19 - 23 May

A week in reviews: 19 - 23 May

By 24 May 2014

Ever the varied week, it's a mixture of all kinds of goodies on Pocket-lint this week, headed by the surprise announcement from Microsoft that the Surface 3 is a larger format device than its predecessor. And while that might boggle the mind, you should... >>

Philips Screeneo Smart LED projector review
3.5 out of 5

Philips Screeneo Smart LED projector review

By 19 May 2014

Short-throw projectors and LED projectors aren't new but the combination of the two isn't particularly common, as found in the Philips Screeneo HDP1590 Smart LED projector. Short-throw plays nice in smaller rooms and LED far outlasts traditional bulb... >>

Samsung Galaxy Beam successor leaked in China with improved specs, projector

Samsung Galaxy Beam successor leaked in China with improved specs, projector

By 16 March 2014

Samsung is planning a successor to its Galaxy Beam handset that features a projector, according to telecommunications certification group Tenaa in China. The listing notes the second version will feature a a 4.66-inch WVGA (800 x 480) display, Android... >>

Your next mobile could have a 720p Pico projector thanks to a new chip

Your next mobile could have a 720p Pico projector thanks to a new chip

By 7 March 2014

Texas Instruments has produced a chipset that will allow mobile manufacturers to squeeze 720p Pico projectors into their mobiles. The Pico Chipset is a big step up from the last model as it now boasts 100 per cent brightness while using 50 per cent less... >>

Optoma's ML750 ultra-portable HD projector offers 700 LED lumens and HDMI and MHL support

Optoma's ML750 ultra-portable HD projector offers 700 LED lumens and HDMI and MHL support

By 22 January 2014

Onptoma has a new ultra-portable projector, the ML750 with 700 LED lumens. Featuring HDMI and MHL support for connection to mobile devices, laptops, PCs, game consoles and Blue-ray players, the ML750 works as a media player, native Office viewer, speaker... >>

Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector looks brilliant, even when turned off

Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector looks brilliant, even when turned off

By 10 January 2014

Sony has announced a new 4K projector at CES which aims to look stylish in your home while taking up very little room. The idea is that the projector can throw large images from a short distance at such an acute angle it won't need to take up half your... >>

Optoma's HD91 projector boasts full HD 3D and LED technology

Optoma's HD91 projector boasts full HD 3D and LED technology

By 9 January 2014

Optoma has a new projector that embraces 1080p LED technology and allows film buffs to experience 3D cinema in their own homes, called the HD91. The HD91 offers consistent brightness and colour performance, as well as a perceived brightness that is twice... >>

Want a projector? Here's how to turn your smartphone into one

Want a projector? Here's how to turn your smartphone into one

By 10 December 2013

Attention Macgyver wannabes: You can now turn your smartphone into a home cinema projector using common household items. Most people have experienced a time or two when they've wanted to share a photo, movie, website, or business presentation directly... >>

Kodak iShow pictures and hands on: The writing's on the wall

Kodak iShow pictures and hands on: The writing's on the wall

By 24 September 2013

JK Imaging - which has taken on the Kodak licensing for several product categories including digital cameras and portable projectors - has announced the iShow wireless pico projector. We caught up with Kodak to have a little play to see what it offers.... >>


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