If you're on the look out for a projector to use along with your film projects, or just to enhance your movie nights, then you may want to take a look at this brand new one from XSories, that brings the power of a projector into the palm of your hand.
Projectors can make movie nights even more special (giving you a bigger 'screen' to watch them on), or help indie filmmakers watch their footage on a more appropriate format. They're not always the tiniest things to carry around, however, and often times remain a fixture in whatever room they end up at. XSories, however, has launched a new movie project that can connect to your PC, mobile, or even USB drives in an ultra compact way. Seriously, it fits right in the palm of your hand. Check out the details:
XSories introduces X-Project Nomadic Cinema, a pocket-sized projector and media player. The kit, which includes the projector and five of XSories best-selling universal mounting products, allows users to take the silver screen with them anywhere.
With the X-Project Pico Projector, videos and photos appear just as they would in theaters. It’s 40-lumen DLP / LED technology gives crisp high contrast imagery with brilliant colors and sharp definition. The five-ounce X-Project connects to laptops, tablets, mobile devices and USB / MicroSD storage cards, projecting up to a 60-inch display.
An onboard speaker provides users with full audio capabilities, eliminating the need for external speakers. Two hours of continuous playtime ensures that the X-Project shines brightly until the closing credits of the user’s favorite films.
Since it’s small enough to stash into luggage, backpacks, purses or briefcases, the X-Project is the perfect companion for extreme adventures, vacations, business presentations and more. Simply position the projector and connect to your source of content.
X-Project Pico Projector
A flexible tripod with 1/4"-20 universal mount
Telescopic pole extending 19”
Tilting mount and industrial suction cup
Travel case pre-cut to organize and protect
Seems pretty neat to me, especially as it comes packaged with everything you need to get started. While it may not be an ultra HD high-end projector, for the price and portability factor, it seems like a good competitor. What do you guys think? If it's calling out to you, you can buy it now.