Philips Pico Pix PPX1020 Projector (20 Lumens)

June 23, 2013 - Comment

Connect The Philips Ppx1020 Picopix Pocket Projector To A Pc Via Usb To Share Photos,Videos And Documents At Home Or On The Move! This Philips Ppx1020 Picopix Projector Casts Images In Sizes Up To 203 Cm (80″) Andin Svga Resolution (800 X 600 Pixels). The Ppx1020 Picopix By Philips Is Usb-Powered. Product Features 20 ANSI

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Connect The Philips Ppx1020 Picopix Pocket Projector To A Pc Via Usb To Share Photos,Videos And Documents At Home Or On The Move! This Philips Ppx1020 Picopix Projector Casts Images In Sizes Up To 203 Cm (80″) Andin Svga Resolution (800 X 600 Pixels). The Ppx1020 Picopix By Philips Is Usb-Powered.

Product Features

  • 20 ANSI lumens brightness. 400:1 contrast ratio. SVGA (800×600) resolution. RGB LED light source lasts over 20,000 hours. Includes USB cable, carrying case, tripod and drivers. WxLxH: 100×1
  • 00x32mm (unpacked). Weight: 0.278kg (unpacked, without accessories).
  • 352605

Comments

Mmislam "H.M.I5" says:

image good and great sound from device good value for money, clear picture but the alignment of pic is very difficult..in order to get a proper square box you have to have it suspended 1.5mtr from ceiling or floor(like superman)you have to constatnly adjust tripod the buit in stand is no use could be bigger and sturdier bit the quality overall is ACE and iv tried a few tooupdate…Headphones are useless on the projector for some reason no sound or very tinny sound comes outPhillips need a firmware update with these inclusions before anyone else buys1..auto alignment of the pic for all movies in 4.3 or 16.9 format2.. headphone volume needs sorting on projector3.. auto keystone software would be fantastic and very essential

Steve C says:

Philips PicoPix PPX1020 Notebook pocket projector I bought this for projecting digital pictures for larger viewing and….it does this admirably as advertised but with a slight overkill on the colours. Tried video’s but without success, I don’t think my old laptop is powerful enough!!I lent this projector to a very knowledgeable colleague of mine who said…” Had a look at the Projector over the weekend and was reasonably impressed despite a couple of limitations. It seemed to have a slight yellowish cast, but it didn’t seem too vivid. It was most impressive at short “throws” of about 3-4 feet, but at greater distances the light level dropped off noticeably. Without spending £300+ you probably won’t get anything better”.One tip, make sure you project directly at the screen / wall or you will end up with trapezium shaped projections.Nice case enclosed with the kit to keep the projector safe, but no room for the USB cables! The supplied table top tripod I used only once, then mounted the projector on my own floor…

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