The iPhone 4 and its successor the iPhone 4S, has proved to be formidable multimedia machines in terms of keeping you entertained through music, videos, movies and games. Well, you might want to share what you are watching with people around you the next time around using the Sanwa 400-PRJ011 micro projector. Compatible with both the iPhone 4S and its predecessor, this DLP micro projector will slip onto the Apple smartphone easily, and thankfully it will not suck up any more juice from your iPhone as it has its own 2,100mAh battery. This makes sense, too, as should it draw power from the iPhone directly, chances are you will not be able to make it through a single movie due to the massive drain on the battery life.
Even better is the duality of the Sanwa micro projector – it doubles up as a spare iPhone battery charger whenever you turn the projector function off. Taking 5 hours to juice up to its maximum, it will be able to hold a charge that is good enough for 2.5 hours projection goodness before it requires another trip to the power outlet. Sadly, the resolution has not improved by leaps and bounds to keep up with the times, sporting 640 × 360 resolution, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, and the ability to project up to 65″ in size. Expect to fork out around $260 thereabouts after conversion for this bad boy.
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