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LED Pico mini projector - Walmart - $104.99

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If you do any sort of cookie decorating or cake decorating then you will already know all about this projector as its widely used for helping with tracing patterns, images, or text onto desserts.

Fit this projector in your pocket
0.4-lb. lightweight design is 0.8" thin to ensure easy portability. The built-in lithium-ion battery allows on-the-go operation.

LCoS technology
Offers efficient light processing with 25 lumens white brightness.

Vibrant color technology
Accurately reproduces shades across the color spectrum.

15,000-hour LED lamp
Ensures lasting use, and the lithium-ion battery provides plenty of power for viewing or giving presentations on the go.

960 x 540 native resolution
Through the mini HDMI input. The microSD card slot and USB input allow you to view 960 x 540 qHD content from your memory card or directly from your compatible Apple® iPhone or Android device.

5" - 60" viewable screen size
Offers a clear view for everyone in the room.

0.6' - 5' projector distance and 1.5:1 throw ratio range
Reproduce wide images in their correct proportions.

Included 1W speaker
Produces quality audio, so you can enjoy movies and more on the go.
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25 lumens.
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do you know what people use these for? sounds like you don't
You spelled it all out in your post. Sounds like you got offended by the spec i posted. It was one piece of info missing that i was looking for that may hello someone out.
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do you know what people use these for? sounds like you don't

I actually dont except example above re cakes. But could use advice about whether this would be an ok portable projector for a quick backyard or camp movie or elsewhere. Can i use for a quick presentation or anything?
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You spelled it all out in your post. Sounds like you got offended by the spec i posted. It was one piece of info missing that i was looking for that may hello someone out.
25 lumens was already in the post.
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25 lumens was already in the post.
I missed it then, long post. I re-read it and its on there.
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do you know what people use these for? sounds like you don't
I honestly don't. But am interested in hearing.

I assumed it was just a "Look you can get a 'projector' for $100" and then people threw them away or are cheap and just think it's the greatest thing ever anyway.
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These are really only good for small presentations in a pitch black room. To me you might as well turn around your laptop and gather around it. I guess they have some uses (project from phone or net/chrome book?) but just buyer beware.
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I actually dont except example above re cakes. But could use advice about whether this would be an ok portable projector for a quick backyard or camp movie or elsewhere. Can i use for a quick presentation or anything?
I've got a tiny projector for throwing a video on our camper while sitting by a little fire at night. It works great! Had to get the lightning av adapter for my iphone, but it was worth it to look at our photos and videos from the day. Smilie
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I honestly don't. But am interested in hearing.

I assumed it was just a "Look you can get a 'projector' for $100" and then people threw them away or are cheap and just think it's the greatest thing ever anyway.
Ya there's definitely that crowd, but most use it for tracing patterns onto cookies or desserts. I honestly didn't know how large that community was until I dated a girl who was all about decorating cookies. Facebook, youtube, and instagram is full of people decorating cookies and a lot of them use this device. But it works for them because its also like 1 foot from the surface. This isn't an Epson full power projector, this is basically a projector for arts and crafts.
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Seems like a pretty cookie-cutter projector.
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Ya there's definitely that crowd, but most use it for tracing patterns onto cookies or desserts. I honestly didn't know how large that community was until I dated a girl who was all about decorating cookies. Facebook, youtube, and instagram is full of people decorating cookies and a lot of them use this device. But it works for them because its also like 1 foot from the surface. This isn't an Epson full power projector, this is basically a projector for arts and crafts.
Thanks. That actually makes sense. And I have a project that I will be doing the same on.
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I got one for free once. Verizon had free gift cards when you traded in phones. I traded a cheap $30 phone I got with a smart watch deal. I was suppose to get a $50 gift card but gave me $100 instead lol. It was emailed to me and Verizon happened to have these on there site. Worked OK I used to as to take with me and my Xbox to friends houses.
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Ya there's definitely that crowd, but most use it for tracing patterns onto cookies or desserts. I honestly didn't know how large that community was until I dated a girl who was all about decorating cookies. Facebook, youtube, and instagram is full of people decorating cookies and a lot of them use this device. But it works for them because its also like 1 foot from the surface. This isn't an Epson full power projector, this is basically a projector for arts and crafts.
That's probably one of the most expensive gadget or "appliances" for making cookies Confused
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