Philips Pico Pix PPX2230 Pocket LED Projector

June 23, 2013 - Comment

The Philips Ppx 2230 Picopix Pocket Video Projector Fits Into The Palm Of Yourhand, Meaning You Can Take It On Your Travels Hassle-Free. Simply Connect It Toyour Laptop To Project Your Life. The Ppx2230 Picopix Is Powered Via Usb And Casts Images In Sizes Up To 1.5 Metres. Bothphotos And Movies Are Rendered In High

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The Philips Ppx 2230 Picopix Pocket Video Projector Fits Into The Palm Of Yourhand, Meaning You Can Take It On Your Travels Hassle-Free. Simply Connect It Toyour Laptop To Project Your Life. The Ppx2230 Picopix Is Powered Via Usb And Casts Images In Sizes Up To 1.5 Metres. Bothphotos And Movies Are Rendered In High Definition (Svga – 800 X 600 Pixels).Led Technology Provides Vibrant Colours And High Contrast.The Picopix Ppx 2230 Plays Back Content Stored On An Sd Card Or Usb Key. This Model Even Includes An Mp4 Media Player.

Product Features

  • PHILIPS PicoPix PPX 2230 mini video projector (PPX2230)
  • The Philips PPX 2230 PicoPix pocket video projector fits into the palm of yourhand, meaning you can take it on your travels hassle-free. The PPX2230 PicoPix is powered via USB and casts images in sizes up to 1.5 metres. Bothphotos and movies are rendered in high definition (SVGA – 800 x 600 pixels).LED technology provides vibrant colours and high contrast.The PicoPix PPX 2230 plays back content stored on an SD card or USB key. This model e
  • ven includes an MP4 media player.

Comments

M. Dasani says:

Fun product, but that’s all. The Pico Pix projector from Phillips is a fun gadget, but nothing more. It’s great to play with, and show off to your friends, but now it’s just been thrown to the side and isn’t getting used.The good points:- It has a 2Gb internal memory which you can use to store pictures and videos without needing extras.- It has an expandable MicroSD slot, so essentially you can expand another 64Gb.- There’s a tripod attachment jack at the bottom of the device.- Once charged, the device is simple to set up and very easy to use.- It really is pocket sized, so it’s easy to transport and comes with a handy pouch.- You can get a pretty clear image from about a metre away from a wall, but can get a much larger image (approx 1m wide) if you’re willing to compromise slightly on quality. After that, things are way too blurry.- The device has a 1w internal speaker, while not loud in a crowded environment, is plenty loud enough if you are projecting a…

J. S. Hardman "Consultant software developer ... says:

Good, but not cheap, and with significant limitations The “Philips Pico Pix PPX2230 Pocket LED Projector” is a promising, but not brilliant, piece of kit.It appears to be a professional piece of kit, even if for many “professional” users this is probably not the item they want. Why do I say that? Well, as far as I can make out from using it, and from the confusing instructions, it would appear that the PPX2230 cannot stream video input from external devices, whereas the PPX2330 can. If I’m wrong on that (I don’t think I am), then the poor instructions are at fault. So, if you have a collection of pictures, videos or music, that you can copy onto this device or onto a USB memory stick or a Micro SD card, and then use this device to project them, then great. But if you want to project what is on your laptop screen onto a wall for a small number of people to view (instead of huddling around the laptop), then this is not the device for you. I had hoped it would do that, so that I could interactively demonstrate new software to a…

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