No more crowding around your small iPhone while sharing your videos to your friends. Now you can turn an iPhone into a portable projector using Ipico, a one-stop solution portable projector, which is compatible with the legacy iPhones – iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4/4S.
This is not just a fancy hand-held projector for parties. It’s also a productivity device. Are you excited to show off your documents and slides to colleagues? It is possible anytime and anywhere at a nearby wall. No need to carry a laptop and setup a big projector when you can slip this cool stylish gadget inside your pocket or bag.
Quoting Ipico‘s tagline, “Be the life of the party.” You can share photos and videos in large screen up to 50 inches.
Take the ipico™ projector anywhere you go! Nothing’s more social than a party or group get together and sharing what’s new. No more crowding around a small phone screen to see your newest photos, videos and adventures. Share them with everyone in the room and you’re sure to be the life of the party.
Highlight features of Ipico:
- Weighs roughly less than 4 ounces
- Closely similar to iPhone’s dimension (legacy phone)
- Features pop-up docking port
- Beam the iPhone’s display at a nearby wall
- Images/videos can be shown from 5′ up to 50′ screen size
- 960 x 540 pixel for output beam
- Play stored videos on your smartphone, as well as Facebook, YouTube and etc.
In any startup, there are some glitches involved. While Ipico can be used for amusement and productivity, there’s a drawback – it cannot reproduce whatever the iPhone display shows. Users must configure the settings in the Ipico app, which allows users to choose the kinds of content for the output.
This handheld projector is a head start in business. Entrepreneurs can maximise its function by showing-off Google Docs, soft copies of proposal and reports, websites and more.
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