Categories: Cinemin Pico Projectors
Imagine laying in bed, far too lazy to get up... but you're not ready to go to sleep either. Wouldn't it be cool if you could watch TV or a movie on the ceiling, like some magical picture were to just appear out of nowhere?
Now, rather than just waxing poetic (or spending thousands of dollars on an expensive home theater setup) you can realize that dream with the Cinemin Swivel multimedia pico projector.
Of course, the possiblities are endless with this little gem and can go far beyond just watching movies - read on to discover all of the entertainment flexibility the Swivel has to offer.
What is the Cinemin Swivel?
No doubt you may have already seen "portable" projectors in action, most likely at work while attending a presentation or a boardroom meeting. These projectors generally have the footprint of a medium sized laptop computer but are, of course, much thicker and taller. They can be quite difficult to configure properly but are more well suited to larger rooms. What if it's only you, though?
The Cinemin Swivel pico projector answers this question. Very small and pocket-sized, the Cinemin Swivel can be thought of as a portable personal entertainment and multimedia projector - versatile with dozens of usecases. The Swivel has enough battery power for you to watch most movies all the way through (slightly over two hours) and at a maximum distance of 8 feet can project a screen approximately 60" diagonal. At shorter distances, the picture is smaller and brighter. I'm betting that you've already come up with a few ways that you could use this thing... let's see what it looks like.
Unboxing the Cinemin Swivel
The Cinemin Swivel comes securely and beautifully packaged in a very informative, nice-looking box with an outer sleeve.
Upon opening the box, you are met with a cool semi-transparent protective insert with an old-fashioned movie projector on it. I love this kind of personal, unique touch to a product's packaging.
Upon removing the device, you'll be struck at how totally small it actually is, and the power locked within. It's not microscopic or anything, but is smaller than a handheld game system and will easily fit in your pocket, and feels heavy and well-assembled.