Optoma Pocket Projector £109.99 (£100 off) @ PCWorld - HotUKDeals
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Pocket DLP projector. Use with iPhone, iPod etc... Image up to 60" Lamp lasts up to 20K hours.

The amazingly versatile Optoma Pico, the smallest projector you've ever seen! Its compact size and durability make it a must have for travel and on-the-spot presentations.
This product includes Cables, Tripod adaptor and iPod kit with dock connector.

It is £100 off RRP
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#1
Is this instore only?
#2
anyone know if this is any good for movies? :-)
#3
What store was this and do you have an sku?
G
#4
Reviews are a bit luke warm...unlike the projector which apparently gets hot enough to fry an egg after 30mins!
90 mins after that the battery dies......
#5
GougeUK
What store was this and do you have an sku?
G


This was in the Colchester store. SKU? Sorry
#6
What sort of quality picture would you get blowing up an iphone video to 60"? And is there an easy way of hooking up my iphone to an existing tv?
#7
To connect the iphone to a tv, you have to use the official and very expensive video out cables. But they do what they say on the tin, which is great for putting cartoons on the big screen for the kids.
#8
Is one near me, may look at lunchtime.
#9
sasha1
To connect the iphone to a tv, you have to use the official and very expensive video out cables. But they do what they say on the tin, which is great for putting cartoons on the big screen for the kids.


thought the description said it came with cables, can anyone clarify?
#10
thepharmacist
thought the description said it came with cables, can anyone clarify?


He was referring to my question about playing iphone videos on a normal TV :thumbsup:

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