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Micro Pico Home Cinema Theater Projector - $29

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Looking for a portable HD projector for my small entertainment room. It's a portable HD Port-ready LCD projector for playing games, watching movies, and project content to a wall. I use it as a video slide projector to share my vacation pics/movies with the family.

Keep your expectations in check - don't compare this to projectors costing hundreds of dollars. It's great for what it does at this price point of under $100. Fabulous for $30!

Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WX1LXGO/
Code: RIENAR50
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I didn't downvote, but isn't 150 lumens pretty dim?
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When did 480i/p become hd?
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Not really pico in size but for the price it's a good deal. As for the other two previous comments, LMAO.
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Might be good for an impromptu screen for a decent multiplayer session maybe usable for a 40" to 50" screen
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Poster - please revise your post. This is NOT an HD projector.
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Heavily Discounted off msrp... The new HD
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Whatever, at 30 dollars I'll bit to through mario kart up on the wall.
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Think it has 3d?
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Is it good for kids?
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When did 480i/p become hd?
It accepts HD input but yeah, scales it down...

Once interviewed a guy who was a "Senior Developer" on his resume. Asked him about it and he said "oh I'm not a Senior developer... I just worked with a Senior Developer." I guess that makes me a Chief Architect and CIO then, right?
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I bit, kids will love playing games on a huge screen.
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I didn't downvote, but isn't 150 lumens pretty dim?
I agree, 150 lumens is ridiculously dim. It will have to be as dark of a room as you can possibly get. Unless there is a way to swap for a brighter bulb or some other mod, yuck.

Edit, lol one of the Amazon questions about the lumens.
Question: How much lumens does it really have?
Answer: pls dont buy this

Answer guy bought one before realizing it was 150 lumens.

Manufacturer answered about lumens too,
Question: Can the bulbs be changed out for higher lumens to make brighter in a lighter area so the image will show better in the daylight?
Answer: Dear Customer , It's pity that can't do it ,You could play it the completely darkness environment to get the better effect ,Or you could dowload the HD video to the USB flash or SD card ,Then play it directly on the projector.Joyce from Rienar
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Very tempted to buy for my raspberry pi gaming
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I bought this strictly for Halloween on eBay, to be used to project scary window images on the window. My knock off of the atmosfx kit. Images were to blurry for that purpose. Please, do not waste your time with this at any rate unless you just like cheap toys.

However, in the pitchest of black rooms, it's good enough to view movies and photos. But expect 1990 tube television quality which the kids are just fine with, when they have their little own movie night.
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