Can You HANDle This Mini Mobile Projector?

Can You HANDle This Mini Mobile Projector?

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Mini Mobile Projector for Man Cave

Remember the days of the big overhead projector that always seemed to break down in the classroom or boardroom? Yeah, we’d rather forget those days too. Now there’s a whole new video projector in town – and it’s a mini-me you’ve got to see to believe.

We’re talking about the iCODIS CB-100W Mobile Projector that is so small it can fit into the palm of your hand. Gone are the bulky projectors of the past. The iCODIS device has integrated 2.5 GHz and 5 GHz (2T2R). That’s some serious performance in such a small space.

It’s uber portable in a mini 1.7-inch size and only weighs about one pound. It even has a handle!

You get up to 90 minutes of video play with the 1,800mAh built-in battery. Talk about endurance in a small package (we won’t go into the gutter here, even though it’s tempting). Did we mention yet that it has dual band Wi-Fi connectivity?

This pica wireless home theater (!!) even has a built-in dual speaker. Turn the wall of your man cave into a 120-inch screen (maximum size). Then take the electronic device with you to your next business meeting to wow the clients. Going camping? Heck yeah, this baby is coming with you.

The quality of video on the CB-100W is awesome too, thanks to the VGA 640 x 480 pixels resolution, DLP display that enables you to get the wide view on everything, and 80ANSI lumens.

Even when you don’t have access to Wi-Fi, you can project your iPhone, Android, or Windows smartphone screen onto the projector for a bigger platform to watch HD movies. Don’t worry about any annoying cables either as they’re not necessary.

Setting up the iCODIS CB-100W Mobile Projector is a cinch; it only takes a few minutes. The video projector supports USB On-The-Go, SD card, AirPlay, and Miracast. It’s DLNA technology, of course. There’s no HDMI port, so you’ll need AirPlay to use it with your iPhone and Miracast for Android or Windows devices.

And although the tech elements are impressive, we’re also smitten with the minimalistic, modern design of this mini video projector. We’re oohing and ahhing more than we ever did for our friend’s kids. Well, at least the projector can’t puke on us, unlike little Bobby did that one time. Today is a much finer day, indeed.