PaPa – The portable projector that fits in your pocket!
A cordless wireless portable projector that you can literally carry in your pocket and connect to your smartphone to project your movies and videos anywhere you are, any time!
That's the main premise of the Papa Projector, but the little powerful device actually can do a lot more than that!
General specs of the PaPa:
● Display type: DLP
● Native Resolution: 854 x 480
● Brightness: Visible 1500 Lumens / Real 500 Lumens
● Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
● Projection Distance: 1.5 - 4m
● Image Size: 20 - 100 inch
● Interface: Micro USB, Mini HDMI, USB
● Built-in Speaker
● DVB-T Supported
● Aspect ratio: 16:9 / 4:3
● 3D Support
● Battery Capacity: 1900mAh
● Dimensions: 8.50 x 8.50 x 1.60cm
Take it with You and Use it Everywhere!
The real appeal of the PaPa relies in its versatility. Either if you're out camping in your tent, or need to do a quick improvised presentation for your business partners at the office, or even if you "simply" want to watch a movie in the comfort of your home, the PaPa works great in every situation! Plus, it has a built-in speaker, so it really has everything needed to display and enjoy a good movie.
Connect to Anything!
Small but packed with features and connection ports, the PaPa can be connected to almost any multimedia device you own. Smartphone, tablet, computer...the options available include wireless, micro-USB, USB 2.0 and Mini HDMI. The PaPa has its own 1900mAh battery, which is more than enough to last you through the sitting of a Star Wars marathon or any of your favorite movies.
Get the PaPa DLP Projector right now at GearBest and take your home cinema experience everywhere!
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