A pico projector permits perpetual peering at a plethora of pleasurable programs. The performance of these personal projectors is particularly pleasing, so pragmatic people plan on procuring a pico posthaste. Perhaps the paucity of these projectors is palpable, but they’re purchasable for a pittance.
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these seem expensive for such a low lumen output.
luke975 wrote:these seem expensive for such a low lumen output.
Their portability are worth some of that cost though. These don't replace a boardroom projector, but work in small venues where you have control over reducing the ambient light. If you have a room with large windows letting in a lot of light, these pico projectors don't perform that well. I've seen 400 lumen ones and they do ok. But any of these would be nice in a room you can darken. I sure like the small form factor as I travel a good bit with a projector.
Remember that not everybody uses projectors for meeting rooms. I have a few pico projectors for Halloween effects, and the work great.
The 450 Lumen one AC only specs make no mention of any kind of power.