Aiptek T15 Pocket Cinema Pico Projector For Home Entertainment
Aiptek’s new PocketCinema V20 takes Pico Projectors to all new heights. Substantially increased luminance and significantly bettered effigy quality compliment a drasti new design that includes a in a unique manner aesthetic touch-sensitive keypad. Aiptek’s integrated media player is an industry original and allows the user to store their images, videos, music and demonstrations directly on the built-in 2GB memory to playback without the need for an attached external device. Files may also be stored on up to a 32GB SD card which may be inserted directly into the V20. However, if you like, you may still attach any device that utilizes a composite video output (RCA), a VGA output, or with the use of the accessory Apple cable, an iPod or iPhone. The PocketCinema V20 offers cleaner, crisper effigy quality and substantially upgraded light output with the brightest colors ever. When combined with the a heap of other inventions initiated by Aiptek, the V20 veritably is an unparalleled value, and the best to the full or entire extent integrated, all-inclusive demonstration device on the market today.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #22781 in Consumer Electronics
- Color: Black
- Brand: Aiptek
- Model: PocketCinema V20
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 7.50″ h x 3.50″ w x 6.50″ l, 2.10 pounds
- Weighs Less Than 6 Ounces
- 15 Lumens; in a unique manner aesthetic touch-sensitive keypad
- Projects Up to 42″ Clearly
- 2GB Built-In Memory and Integrated Media Player
- 32GB Expandable SD Card Slot
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
They Got it Right This Time!
By Tech Guy
The Aiptek Pocket Cinema V10 (The Old Model) Projects an image with sound. You can turn up the brightness to fill a fairly large screen in the dark. (They never told us that it can’t operate very long without overheating)!
The Pocket Cinema V20 got it right this time. The picture is noticeably brighter with better color. Using a standard camera tripod I can throw a very acceptable picture onto a six foot screen. There is an internal menu for adjusting brightness, contrast, color saturation, etc. The best part is that after showing a full-length movie the projector remains cool enough not to cause any problems.
The controls have been redesigned with a flat illuminated touch panel to control the electronics (it takes some getting used to, but the sensitivity is adjustable), a real switch to power the unit on and off, and a very good remote control. The battery can now be left in the unit without overcharging when using the AC adaptor.
Using the included adaptor cables you can connect any standard video source (RCA connectors), or use the internal memory (2GB) or add an SDHC memory card. However, unlike the V10+, the projector
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