Television has become such a deeply personalized experience, even AIs are watching it to learn how to behave. Yet while the scale has gotten personal, nobody wants to crowd around a tablet to watch the next hot show or the game. The Prima 1080p Pocket Projector puts a big screen in your bag, and at the best price ever.
You might mistake the Prima for a smartphone at first since it's about the same size and weight at 5.7 x 3 x 0.7 inches and 6.63 ounces. You can even access the Google Play Store, download apps, and stream without having to fire up another device thanks to its built-in quad-core processor.
Yet it packs a lot of power into that small space, supporting screen sizes from 30 inches up to 200 inches in either VGA (640x480) and 1080p resolution. The built-in LED offers 200 lumens of power, making it easy to use both as a presenting tool at work and to bring out a big screen at home. The automatic keystone function offers correction for up to 40 degrees as well, so you can just set it down and let it roll. In fact, one user found a fun, unique way to use it: "I really enjoy watching netflix and youtube on it. Its perfect for watching movies on the ceiling while lying in bed."
Better yet, the Prima easily connects with all your gadgets. Simply connect it to your phone, tablet, or laptop with either Bluetooth Wi-Fi, plug into it directly with HDMI and USB ports, or load up your favorite downloads through a microSD card slot. You won't have to hunt for another USB port to charge it either, as it lasts up to three hours on one charge.
The Prima is an ideal sidekick for both work and personal time. And right now, on top of 50% off the MSRP, you can save another $200 with the code PRIMA at checkout, making it just $199. If you wish you could bring the big screen with you, it's never been easier, or more wallet-friendly.
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