Philips PicoPIX PPX2450 55 Lumens Pocket LED Pico Projector with Integrated Media Player and 2GB Memory.

June 23, 2013 - Comment

The Philips PPX 2450 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 PPX 2450 PicoPix is powered via USB and casts images in sizes up to 3 metres. Bothphotos and movies are rendered in

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The Philips PPX 2450 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 PPX 2450 PicoPix is powered via USB and casts images in sizes up to 3 metres. Bothphotos and movies are rendered in high definition.LED technology provides vibrant colours and high contrast.

The PicoPix PPX 2450 plays back content stored on an SD card or USB key with an operation of 2 hours, and also boasts an HDMI connection.

Contents:

Use : Personal and professional

Technology : DLP

Resolution : 854 x 480 pixels

Brightness (lumens) : Up to 55 lumens

Contrast : 1,000:1

Lamp : LED RGB

Lamp life time (in hours) : 30,000 hours

Projection Distance : From 0.5 m to 5 m

Screen size : From 0.3 m to 3 m

Inputs / Outputs : 1 x HDMI
1 x VGA
1 x Component
1 x Composite
1 x USB entry
1 x 3.5 mm jack output

Size : Height: 8 cm
Width: 10.5 cm
Depth: 10.5 cm

Weight : 270 g

Included accessories : Remote control, composite A/V adapter cable, mini USB cable, mono USB male-female cable, carry case

Other : Micro SD / SDHC slot
2 GB internal memory
MP4 media player
1 W loudpseaker

Battery life in standard/bright mode: 2 hours / 1.5 hours

(free converter plug included if required)

Product Features

  • 1 year warranty

Comments

Chris Cooper says:

Pretty good but maybe flawed Pro’s1. Quite bright up to say about a 80″ screen size, any bigger you will lose the sweet spot.2. Sound is reasonably load for a small speaker (you can add external speakers or headphones if required)3. Tiny but not quite pocket size, great for traveling.4. battery life is good at around 1.5 hours (drops to 55 lumens when on battery).5. Plays most formats of video..6. This will power an external HDD from the USB so no external power required.Cons1. Fan is quite noisy for a small projector but if your watching a movie this wont be an issue.2. Wont play Audio on many movies i have and my camcorder AVCHD wont play sound either. (you can use an HDMI cable which will fix this).3. I’ve had two of these now as they have both ended up showing light to the right side of the screen which is only seen when projecting black, it’s like someone is shining a weak torch to the side of the screen, it seems the light is…

John "John75222" says:

Use it all the time when I’m doing presentations… I do a number of teaching presentations when I’m mentoring student nurses and having this little (very little) gadget to project presentations onto convenient walls is great.I really can’t begin to describe how incredible this piece of kit is. It was easy to install into my laptop, fits in a coat pocket – but more importantly doesn’t take up a great deal of room in my laptop bag, so is ultra portable. Virtually all the basic cables that you need are supplied with the unit; however, if you’re playing an iPad/iPod/iPhone through you’ll need to purchase the relevant cables. Basic set-up guide comes with it but the full manual is available online should you need it.As you can use both SD cards and USB drives it’s a gadget that you could take on holiday with you to review photo’s or watch recorded video.I’ve had no problems with projection, the image is sharp and the colours are true, and sound quality if you do use it to play clips or movies is very…

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