Is That a Depression-Era Projector In Your Pocket Or Are You Just...

The June 1930 issue of Science and Invention magazine featured this amazing little pocket projector. But much like other small handheld gadgets of the time, it was pretty impractical given its battery needs. » 10/17/14 6:24pm 10/17/14 6:24pm

Dell M109S Pocket Projector Displays More Than Just Pockets

You can't tell from the image, but that Dell M109S projector can fit in the palm of your hand (3.64" x 4.12" x 1.46"). With a modest brightness of 50 lumens and resolution of 858x600 (SVGA), the DLP-based M109S maintains a respectable throw distance of roughly 8 feet. The LED bulb will last four years before… » 9/24/08 10:20am 9/24/08 10:20am

Mint V10: World's Smallest Pocket Projector

Australian company Mint Wireless is claiming their Mint V10 is the smallest commercial pocket projector in the world. At 125 x 55 x 23 mm, this bulge in our pants means we are happy to see that, even while it means we will have to go to Sydney to get one. The aluminum and plastic sandwich has a 20,000-hour LED lamp… » 8/01/08 5:02am 8/01/08 5:02am

Oculon Hikari Pro920 Pocket Projector Debuts for $299

You never know when you might need to whip out a projector, and here's the smallest one you can buy so far, made by the Chinese company that calls itself Oculon. The 640x480 Hikari Pro920 is $299, giving you a 24-inch image from about a yard away, or a 12-inch picture from a foot away. If you're looking for a bit more… » 11/20/07 11:21am 11/20/07 11:21am