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The Sony MP-CL1A is a Pocketable Projector

Presentations or Movies On-the-Go

Find yourself out of the office most of the time? Or maybe you just want to spice up movie nights with your BAE? You might want to check out this little pocketable projector from renowned Japanese brand, Sony. Given the designation MP-CL1A, or what they’re call the Pico Projector for short, this small-form projector uses Laser Beam Scanning in order to project HD quality (1280×720 resolution), focus free projection, and it only weighs 210 grams.

The MP-CL1A is capable of displaying a screen size of up to 120-inches at a distance of 3.45 meters. With high quality imaging and a contrast ratio of 80000:1, the Pico projector is perfect for movie nights or when you have to give a presentation; just make sure you’re in a dark room or its night time when you bust it out.

The Pico Projector also has a several connectivity options. You can connect your laptop or Playstation 4 to it via an HDMI port or connect to your Android device using its built-in WiFi capabilities. For audio, you can either use the 3.5mm audio jack to plug in your speakers or connect it via Bluetooth. No need for external power either since it has a built-in 3400mAh battery.

The Sony MP-CL1A Mobile Projector has a price tag of Php 20,999 and comes bundled with a USB cable for charging, the lens cover that doubles up as a stand, and a carrying pouch so you can toss it into your bag.

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Jamie Inocian

A self-confessed geek. Jamie started out helping out on the Unbox Podcast and became the Digital Sales Manager when he joined the team full time. He has since then transitioned into one of our Senior Editors and Head Video Producer.

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