Mini Video Projector @ Maplin @ 79.99 @ try FREEGIFT voucher code for a 14.99 tool set - HotUKDeals
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Use link : http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=225585

Product Features

Perfect if your space is limited or you are unable to hang a flat screen TV on your wall. The compact video projector allows you to watch TV, DVDs or even play games, all on a screen that can be up to 21 inches wide. As the unit is small it makes it portable and therefore easy to take with you on trips, holidays or for office presentations.

Display your DVDs, satellite, games consoles or any other video source on your wall
Ideal for bedrooms, small office presentations and the lounge
Get a screen size of up to 21-inch at a distance of 1 metre
Manual focus to get the best picture at different distances
LED operation - no bulbs to replace no on-going replacement costs
Over 50,000 hours of use from the LEDs
Built in stereo speakers
Very small and ultra-portable
Lower power, high light output
Eco-friendly - only consumes 18W of power when in use
Includes dust cover
Dimensions (L x W x H): 180 x 110 x 55 mm
Weight: 1kg
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#1
bet it breaks down in less than a week
#2
Think your link is incorrect (taking me to batteries).. correct link is:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=225585

Note that this is very low resolution (480 x 240) - but if using just for standard def then decent enough.
banned#3
A 21 inch screen is not that good for a projector set up. No doubt brightness is an issue for larger distances to the screen.
#4
Effectively for £ 80

get a projector which can almost project about 30 inch image
and

a £14.99 toolset.

Please see the reviews and questions too before voting cold.
#5
nick666
Think your link is incorrect (taking me to batteries).. correct link is:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=225585

Note that this is very low resolution (480 x 240) - but if using just for standard def then decent enough.

Once I put this link in direct link in deal, it takes to batteries
#6
Look around for an Infocus iN1. These are popping up second hand for around £60 on fleabay.

I got one for around £100 when it was posted a while back and it's great. You can't beat Super Mario (SNES) on an 80 inch screen. :thumbsup:
#7
I have to say, I think that this deal actually looks decent.

It's not for everyone - but this is a decent, small projector (according to reviews on the site, it will project larger than 21").

Most critically, this is an LED projector, meaning that you don't have to replace bulbs. I was using a £300 projector, but got sick of replacing the bulbs (£85 every three months).

It's not for me as I'm HD through and through - but I don't think this is a cold deal.
#8
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=341111
I think this one would be more useful, as can be used as a PC projector for doing quick presentations on. Not bad for £130.
#9
sanoob
Effectively for £ 80

get a projector which can almost project about 30 inch image
and

a £14.99 toolset.

Please see the reviews and questions too before voting cold.


I think the words "CAN ALMOST" and "ABOUT 30 INCH" sum this up:whistling:

sounds ok for price but no big deal:)
banned#10
once_upon_a_tyne

Most critically, this is an LED projector, meaning that you don't have to replace bulbs. I was using a £300 projector, but got sick of replacing the bulbs (£85 every three months).


Jesus - how much were you using it? I have the optima hd65 and in the year and 3 months Ive had it have only clocked up tops of 1000hrs, and the bulb lasts 2000-3000!!
#11
Jesus - how much were you using it? I have the optima hd65 and in the year and 3 months Ive had it have only clocked up tops of 1000hrs, and the bulb lasts 2000-3000!!


We were using it daily - but found that on average bulbs lasted three months. I found that the bulb life advertised on ours was ridiculous, turning on and off a couple of times daily was knacking ours. Ebayed and replaced with a large HDTV. Depends on the model - but next time I get a projecter it'll be LED (or similar).
#12
i have been after an infosus in1 for ages cant get 1 if any1 has 1 for sale id be interesed or if any1 no's were im able to get 1 thanxs
#13
fonejacker
i have been after an infosus in1 for ages cant get 1 if any1 has 1 for sale id be interesed or if any1 no's were im able to get 1 thanxs


There was one on Misco at about 1:00 this morning for £73 B-grade.

Unfortunately it seems to now be no longer available...

makes me wish id bought it....

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