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Woot is offering Aduro VP10 Multimedia 100-Lumen Portable Projector (2 Colors) for only $39.99, originally $149.99. Shipping adds $5.00 to your order
Model number: VP10
Projection size range: 17"–67"
Projection distance: 3.3'–12.5'
Manual focus adjustment
Native resolution: 320x240
Supports up to 1920x1080
Brightness: 100 lumens
Contrast ratio: 300:1
Product condition: new
Product dimensions; 5"x2"x5"
In the box: Aduro VP10 Multimedia 100-Lumen Portable Projector - AY-VP10-01 or AY-VP10-08
The compact VP10 is Aduro's portable projector. You can view your pictures, videos, slideshows on the go, projected onto any vertical flat surface or wall.
Small to Cinematic Screens
Whether you want to blow up your game screen to cover a wall or sneak a film on the wall by your bed, using this projector allows you to adjust your screen size to fit your environment. This projector can go from a petite 17" screen size to a healthy 67" and can handle HD resolution video.
Compatible with Most Devices
Project games, movies, or slideshows by connecting directly to televisions, laptops, or gaming consoles, using the versatile interface for VGA, AV, and HDMI inputs. If your files are on an SD memory card or USB flash drive, there's a handy slot for those, too. The projector also features a built-in speaker, so you can attach DVD players or other devices to play music.
Compact and Portable
About the size of a CD case and weighing only 1.5lb., you'll barely notice the projector in suitcases or backpacks, making it ideal for out-of-town presentations or screening games during tailgate parties.
Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, P.O. Boxes, and APO addresses is not available for this item.
Warranty: 1 Year Aduro Warranty
Works well on almost any flat surface! And semi-poorly on any curved surface.
The more serious-minded among us could maybe make a graph that shows all the possible geometric options, and then connect them to the best angles for a projector. And in that graph, you'd find the most optimal point (a perfectly flat wall) and the least optimum point (some sort of sphere with triangular columns coming out of it) and you'd be able to calculate just how much of your movie or tv show or video game or whatever you'd be able to see.
But guess what? Even in the worst cases, you'll still be able to see SOMETHING with a projector. Because, just as the moon is still the moon even when blocked by the sun, so too is a stream of entertaining light still entertaining light even when like 90% of it isn't visible due to a bunch of poorly-placed columns.
Basically, what we're saying here is look at your walls before buying this. The flatter they are, the better you'll be.