CALLING all cinema fans, you can now get the Elephas WiFi Mini Projector with a 15 per cent discount at Amazon.It synchronises to smartphone screens,
CALLING all cinema fans, you can now get the Elephas WiFi Mini Projector with a 15 per cent discount at Amazon.
It synchronises to smartphone screens, perfect for an easy setup home cinema sessions.
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The Elephas Mini Projector is a great tech gadget if you’re looking to create a cinema-like experience in the comfort of your own home.
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The mini projector has fast heat dissipation meaning it won’t get too hot, and you’ll be able to enjoy streaming sessions for longer.
Thanks to the full HD 1080P input, 24-bit true-colour support functions and 200″ display, you can stream high-quality movies.
Additionally, the smart projector has noise reduction technology, a built-in speaker, and features a wireless connection for easy placement.
It’s easily portable – weighing only 1.53 kg, featuring 20.00 x 14.00 x 7.00 cm dimensions – and compatible with Android, iPhone and Windows 10 devices.
Don’t forget that you get free delivery with an Amazon Prime account. Don’t have one yet? You can start your free 30-day trial here.
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