KODAK Pocket Portable Projector


Pocket Portable Projector
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  • Regular price $199.99

Incredible brightness and clarity from a super portable projector

Enjoy stunning HD resolution thanks to the latest in DLP® technology. Compatible with today’s most popular entertainment devices, this projector includes a 3.5mm audio input and integrated HDMI, USB and microSD connectivity. Capable of reproducing 16.7 million colors, it will transport gamers to a whole new universe.


  • Simple user interface
  • Projects vivid images and videos directly on any surface
  • 75 lumens
  • 80" max screen size
  • 100% image offset and adjustable focus for superior visibility
  • Simple plug-and-play operation– works right out of the box
  • Built-in speaker
  • Universal microSD™, USB, and HDMI® connections
  • Built-in rechargeable battery eliminates the need for wires
  • Tripod mountable for added stability
  • Super quiet operation for distraction-free viewing

Package Includes

  • KODAK Pocket Portable Projector
  • HDMI® Cable
  • USB Cable
  • User Guide


  • Native resolution: 640*360
  • Display technology: 0.2" DLP DMD
  • Light source: RGB LED
  • LED life: 30000 hours
  • Brightness: 75 lumens
  • Contrast ratio (typical): 1300:1
  • Color saturation (NTSC): 100%
  • Display colors: 16.7 million colors
  • Throw ratio: 2.2
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Projection distance: 0.65 ft. to 12.5 ft. (0.2m to 3.8m)
  • Projection screen size: 5 to 80 inches (12.7cm to 203cm)
  • Projection offset: 100%
  • Inputs: HDMI®, MicroSD™, USB
  • Speaker: 1W (x1)
  • Audio output: 3.5mm
  • Battery: 2500mAH
  • Battery Life: up to 2 hours in video mode
  • Dimensions: 3" x 3" x 0.8" (8cm x 8cm x 2cm)
  • Weight: 5 oz. (140g)
  • Operating Temperature: 0°F - 40°F
  • Operating Humidity: 20% - 90%

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Controls stopped responding

Purchased new at local store over a year ago. Only used a few times. Everything worked fine when using USB stick until one day I battery died during playback. No problem, I thought - so I charged it, like always. Now it is stuck on the menu when I use the USB. The controls do not have any effect. It works when attachd to HDMI - the screen is automatically mirrored. But the volume control will not work. So now I had to buy an expenive adapter to get it to work with my iPhone. And since I am a week over the warranty period there is no coverage.