Micro SD Card Projector
by Mark R
The moment I saw the Micro SD Card Projector, my skepticism alarm went off. After all, portable projectors often generate images that are not as clear as their non-portable predecessors.
My skepticism lessened when I saw images of its projections from the product page. They looked like the projected images you would see from any other projector. Of course, it’s really hard to tell how good a projector is from a picture of its projection. It looks like my skepticism is now increasing.
Especially when I saw this product being sold on a site called Drinkstuff.com. It’s almost like their company slogan would be “we sell stuff that drunk people should use”. Yet Drinkstuff has also been around for over 30 years, and they have a lot of other quality merchandise on their site.
Even though I am still skeptical about this product, there is one thing that is a plus: a built-in MicroSD. That will come in handy when you want to project the videos or images from the memory card on your digital camera. The MicroSD Card Projector also has some handy ports for attaching a DVD player, Blu-ray player, or video game console.
Here’s the thing that I’m most skeptical about: how long can this product run on 4 AA batteries? I mean, my son’s Leapster doesn’t last more than a day, and this projector looks like it would use a lot more juice than that.
In short, you might have to take a chance when you buy this product. Hopefully, you are willing to bank $197 on it.