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Here is the Aiptek i70 MobileCinema 80″ Pocket Sized Projection

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Here is the new Aiptek i70 MobileCinema, perfect for parties, meetings, gardens and holidays, this small Wi-Fi projector is the perfect companion for frequent travellers, due to its integrated battery and Wi-Fi.

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It works without cables from streaming films, videos and screens from iOS- or Android devices. It can also be connected by via mini HDMI to computer consoles and more.

It’s lightweight at just 132 g and 85 mm x 85 mm x 17 mm (L x W x H). It projects 70 lumens in sharp, high-contrast images to up to 80 inches. The resolution of 854 x 480 pixels at 80″.

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You can focus by the little dial on the side to create the prefect image. It creates a smaller projection, just move it closer to the wall or item you are projecting on.

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It has integrated stereo speakers and a built-in 2.300 mAh battery which provides power without messy cables.
the i70 is stylish and eye catching with its aluminium design. The energy-saving RGB LEDs offer a lifespan of up to 20,000 hours.

The Aiptek MobileCinema i70“ is on sale now at a £249.99 from Amazon Prime and comes with a HDMI cable and USB cable.

Chris Hare
Chris Hare
A True Tech Geek at Heart, I Started my life of being a Tech Geek at the age of 5 with the BBC Micro. Went on through most of Nintendo stuff and now a Xbox and PlayStation fan. I also leaked the information about the leaked Hotmail passwords story from October 2009 that went World Wide. I Started writing tech articles at the beginning of 2011, most of my articles are about Android phones and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and other gaming news. When Chris has free time its with the family.

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