The projectors are tiny and easily fit into a pant or jacket pocket. The smallest of them all, the SHOWWX+ HDMI stacks in at just 4.6″ x 2.4″ x 0.6″ (HWD).
Small but mighty – these projectors can take your iPad’s 7″ display and blow it up to several feet. Even at 200″ users experience a good quality output.
The ultimate iPad accessory is now compatible with anything that hooks up via an HDMI cable. Just plug in the projector and view your display with up to 1080i detail.
“My work means that I’m always travelling, the ability to stream a movie from Netflix or iTunes and project it from my little iPad is more useful than I ever thought possible.” – Jack
We’re no manufacturer, but we do know our pico projectors well and our love for all things tech helped us set up pocketbeams.com. Some of the projectors featured here are compatible with iPad 3 and in most cases iPad 2, but we specify on the comparison pages. If you have an iPad or any mobile device with HDMI compatibility then you’ll love our content – but please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
There is nothing slicker than speaking at a conference with your iPad hooked up to a portable handheld projector; or having your friends watch the 200″ projection from a distance rather than being huddled around an iPad or iPhone. Very few projectors are fully compatible with mobile software, but with the latest range of HDMI pocket projectors that’s all changing!
For a projector to work well with a mobile device it needs to be mobile itself; why bother presenting from an iPad if it means lugging a 10 pound projector around with it? The range featured here on pocketbeams.com really are tiny – most are no bigger than iPhone. But at 4 inches in length and an inch in thickness, these portable projectors pack a serious punch. Also called ‘pico’ projectors, any one of these devices will blow up your mobile display to several feet in diameter and will last for hours on end; that means plenty of time for movies on a long journey or a slideshow for an upcoming presentation.
You’re probably wondering how much these projectors cost. Well the technology has been around since 2009 and have been seriously popular in business and recreation alike – this popularity has driven competition and given the lower end of these pocketable devices a price point of just $149.