RIF6 The CUBE – 2 Inch Pico DLP High-Res Mobile Projector- 120 Inch Display

May 30, 2015 - Comment

Product Features POWER IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND – The CUBE is small but mighty. Stick it in your coat pocket and go kind of small; blow your audience’s mind kind of mighty. Designed to transform any environment into an immersive multimedia experience, it’s a transportable and autonomous mobile home cinema with an internal

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Product Features

  • POWER IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND – The CUBE is small but mighty. Stick it in your coat pocket and go kind of small; blow your audience’s mind kind of mighty. Designed to transform any environment into an immersive multimedia experience, it’s a transportable and autonomous mobile home cinema with an internal speaker, battery, and micro SD card reader.
  • A CINEMA ON YOUR CEILING – The CUBE defies screen size limitations. Binge watching shows on your laptop is fine; a 120″ private viewing screen on your bedroom ceiling is downright awesome. It’s more than a portable projector. The staggering immensity of the display screen and unrivaled picture clarity create a transportive environment. Don’t settle for small screens when streaming movies, killing it at Candy Crush or flipping through photo albums. Think big picture, everywhere.
  • DESIGNED FOR YOUR MOBILE LIFE – Built to withstand continuous usage, from board meetings to rugged adventures, the CUBE is a mere 2″ all around, crafted from a single piece of durable aluminum and nearly weightless. It doesn’t slack on aesthetics, either. With an ultra-modern, clean chrome exterior, the CUBE will become a seamless extension of your tech tool collection. Where will you take it?
  • OUTLASTING LUMINOSITY – Featuring the most radiant and enduring proprietary LED digital based light technology available, with a lifespan of up to 20k hours, you could watch 1 full-length film on the daily for 20+ years. Your CUBE would still be shining bright, delivering unbeatable clarity and vividness.
  • PIONEERING PROJECTION – The CUBE is innovative. It is built on and powered by cutting-edge engineering including the latest advances in LED and optical lens technology. (Connectivity: Micro SD, MHL & HDMI, Native Resolution 854×480 (WGA), Throw Ratio 1.99:1 Dist/Width, Video Input up to Full HD 1080p, Dimensions 2″x2″x1.9″, . 36″ display at 3′ distance; 65″ at 6′; 140″ at 12′)

Comments

Ryan Fix says:

Amazing Projector! Length:: 0:36 Mins 

Arthur Meyerovich says:

Exceptional quality I got this product because I wanted to test it. Honestly, I didn’t have very high hopes given the extent of the claims, and its size. I didn’t believe that it could have quality, crisp resolution, work in moderate lighting environments, and also have hours and hours of battery life since its so tiny that it fits in my pants pocket. I’m not a professional projector expert, though I do have experience with small projectors. All in all, I have to say that I was blown away. All of their claims proved true, and my reservations were proven wrong. I honestly still don’t really believe it, but here it is, working amazingly. I’ve turned my bedroom ceiling into a movie theater! My wife and I lie in bed now and watch movies on the ceiling… it’s literally revolutionary. The only thing I wish they had was the ability to engrave, because I would give this as a gift for birthdays, weddings, and to clients. Maybe if they get enough requests for this, they’ll add this feature? I’m going to write…

D. Peltekova says:

The little projector packs a big punch Wow. I just received my RIF6 projector yesterday and it rocks. The packaging is slick, very well designed and filled with a variety of essential adaptor cords, tripod, remote control with a battery included and, of course, the magic in a 2 inch box. This little two inch projector packs some serious punch. I was particularly impressed with the image quality in a fairly lit room but it really gets impressive in a dark space with vivid colors and well defined text. 

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