Reviews Eyeclops Mini Projector
Mini Projector; JAKKS Pacific, Recommended age 8+, MSRP $99.99USD
The EyeClops Mini Projector is a pretty cool little gadget.
you can plug your MP3 player, video game console, or DVD player
into this handy dandy projector and watch big screen results.
Mini Projector is pocket-sized and lightweight, so you can take
it anywhere, all you need is a white surface to project your image
onto, walls, ceilings, screens, even poster board.
So if your
ceilings are white, or like white, and you feel like watching
a movie lying down, now you can. Want to play video games on the
wall? Feel free. Are the kid having a sleep over and want to sing
along with life size videos? Go right ahead. It is just a really
fun way to enhance your entertainment activity.
The EyeClops Mini Projector is simple enough to use. Basically
plug the unit into the A/V jacks of any home entertainment device
and play. You can project your image up to 60 inches - pretty
large - but the image loses a bit of definition as it gets larger.
It's not a huge deal in the case of music or videos, but a little
problematic with game play.
We found the
sound quality to be good. Everyone heard it just fine. One of
the coolest features of this Mini Projector is that you can take
it with you. You can use it outside, or on the side of the house.
Projected on tent walls, it might add a little something to the
campout ghost story.
The EyeClops Mini Projector comes with projector, AC adapter and
stabilizing base/battery holder. Indoors, you can plug the projector
into an outlet with an AC adaptor, or power it up it with an included
battery pack while outdoors. There are 4 D batteries required
The EyeClops Mini Projector uses high-powered LED illumination
to project images, but we got the best image in total darkness.
As the Crew
grabbed the floor pillows and passed the popcorn - while enjoying
big screen movies - the Eyclops Mini Projector was the real star
of the show.
Oh yes, it
also works with your iPhone and iPod, too.
see -> EyeClops
the Author: Mary Rose is a Mommy, a writer and an early childhood
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