By Andrew Liszewski
While video projectors have come down in price and size over the years, it seems there’s still a trade-off between image quality and resolution vs. portability. So while the specs on this micro projector are kind of vague, I think you can safely assume you’re not going to end up with an experience like you’d get at a digitally equipped movie theater. On the back of the projector is an SD card slot, and from what I can tell it can play a variety of digital video formats, as well as MP3s and even photos. But it also includes composite audio and video connections for connecting a DVD player or gaming console.
It’s powered by a set of 4 AA batteries which give it a maximum projection of about 40 inches x 33 inches. Not particularly impressive for a home theater, and I can’t imagine the battery life is that great either. It’s available from DrinkStuff.com for about $197, so we’ll just file this under ‘you get what you pay for.’