The iPhone does play some pretty good quality videos, and sometimes when you have something precious that you want to share with the rest of your friends, the iPhone’s screen might be just too small. What if you had something that could blow up that display to a whole lot bigger for everyone to have a decent look? That’s where the iPhone Video Projector comes in, where this LED-illuminated projection system will deliver 557 x 234 resolution with its 4:3 native aspect ratio. Of course, this means it won’t be as sharp as the iPhone 4’s Retina Display in terms of resolution, but at least it can be projected onto a screen or wall that is up to 110″ diagonally from as close as 20″ or up to a whopping 18′ away. Audio can be played through an integrated sound system, although we would not expect too much from its two 3-watt titanium drivers that have been integrated with the on-board dual 7-watt amplifiers. The 15-watt LED comes with a 30,000-hour lifespan and provides a brilliant 800 lumens for clear, bright pictures and videos – brighter than most other portable projectors. At $299.95, it would make for a nifty living room device.
The best short throw projector is the LG HF65LA. It offers a 30,000-hour lamp life, wireless screen share and Bluetooth audio output which is a great feature to have. It would work great presentations as well as for gaming.
With a moderate price, great image quality and 30,000 of lamp life, the AAXA P7 Mini Projector is the best choice for the average user. On top of that it comes with an internal battery that lasts up to 90 minutes.