MiLi Pico Projector for iPhone and iPad

Here’s another interesting product from MiLi Philippines — a pico projector for the iPhone, iPod and iPad. That, plus a VGA adapter for laptops too.

It’s not really for general purpose but some of the case-use are interesting — more like if you’re always on the road and doing a lot of small presentations (mostly sales people).

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The MiLi Pico Projector comes with a built-in iPod dock that fits any iPhone or iPod Touch. To use with the iPad, the 30-pin plug is removable and replaced with a cable extension.

It doesn’t really project everything from your Apple devices but only the videos/movies, YouTube stream and documents. Don’t expect your Plants vs. Zombies or Angry Birds games on the iPhone to be projected though — doesn’t work that way.

If you’re using a netbook or laptop, the kit comes with a VGA cable you can hook it up with or an RCA port for videocams or media players. The built-in speakers are loud enough but you can plug external speakers via a 3.5mm plug.

Been playing with it today and so far, it works nicely. Brightness is rates at 10 lumens which isn’t bad at all. They tell me it can do up to 70 inches on the all but have not tried it to that size yet. At around 30-inches, the projected images looks clean and sharp.

It’s got a built-in battery that can last up to 2 hours too though I have to try and test it if can really work that long without being plugged to the wall. More on this once I done testing all the features and functionalities.

The MiLi Pico Projector has a retail price of Php26,000 and is only on an order-basis at the moment (contact details below).

MiLi Philippines
m: 0917-8990684
[email protected]
@miliphil on Twitter

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is one of the pioneers of blogging in the country and considered by many as the Father of Tech Blogging in the Philippines. He is also a technology consultant, a tech columnist with several national publications, resource speaker and mentor/advisor to several start-up companies.

15 Responses

  1. Avatar for kevin kevin says:

    Can I simply say what a relief to search out somebody who really is aware of what theyre speaking about on the internet. You undoubtedly know find out how to convey a difficulty to mild and make it important. More individuals must learn this and perceive this side of the story. I cant believe youre not more widespread because you positively have the gift.

  2. Avatar for ram ram says:

    i tried projecting powerpoint and pdf files from the iphone but it doesn’t seem to work, the light goes out

  3. Avatar for astig astig says:

    this is a nice product though i dont like its look. sana they improve it pa po

  4. Avatar for Abe Olandres Abe Olandres says:

    @Pusang Kulog – yup, it does.

    @jim – 20,000 hours

  5. Avatar for Teknisyan Teknisyan says:

    Nice one… this is a very handy projector.

  6. Avatar for Pusang Kulog Pusang Kulog says:

    Does it support MS PowerPoint?

  7. Avatar for Guy Guy says:

    Wow. pretty handy and useful.

  8. Avatar for jim jim says:

    this is a very interesting product. how’s the bulb life and the warranty? thanks sir abe

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