Aiptek PocketCinema V10

  • Aiptek PocketCinema V10
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Based on 14 scores, 26 reviews available
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  • Good:
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  • Bad:
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Pros:

  • Extremely lightweight and portable, Simple to use, Connects with A/V cables, USB, or SD Memory Cards, Resolution of 640x480, aspect ration of 4x3
  • Truly portable, Rechargeable, Card reader, Builtin Speakers, Builtin 1 GB memory

Cons:

  • Mediocre image quality, Lacks VGA support
  • Video quality can be dark, Internal conversion is substandard, Short battery life, Features, The Aiptek Portable Projector in Hand, The Aiptek Portable Projector in Hand, Courtesy of Aiptek, Features, Watch Video on Your Wall, Where the Aiptek...

Expert reviews and ratings

By PCWorld on -

The PocketCinema V10 Plus is an extremely versatile stand-alone pico projector, but its image quality is undistinguished....

By GadgetSpeak on 56

Sometimes having to wait a while to see something is a good thing. If it is still around a year after you requested it then it probably does the job it is meant to, sometimes however the world has moved on. Here I am looking at a very small projector...

By AsiaOne on -

A handy projector priced and sized just right. It is good for putting on instant slideshows or movie screenings anywhere with dim lighting....

By Macworld UK on 80

Aiptek’s V10 is a different take on the pico projector concept. There’s a mini-jack AV socket with sound, and also an SD/MMC card reader. It also has 1GB of media memory that can be used for both stills and video. If that’s not...

By ProjectorCentral on -

As a portable presentation tool and cinema projector, the Aiptek PocketCinema V10 has all of the right inputs and comes with the accessories needed to take your presentation on the road or watch a movie. I really liked Aiptek PocketCinema V10, but...

By PC Pro on 67

When you're doing a lot of travelling, you'd think the last thing you want to lug around with you is a projector. Aiptek's PocketCinema V10 aims to change that perception: it claims to offer a projected image of up to 50in, but measures just...

By About.com on 50

FeaturesThe Aiptek Portable Projector in HandCourtesy of Aiptek Features Watch Video on Your Wall Where the Aiptek handheld projector truly shines is when its connected with its A/V ports and playing a direct video feed from a device like an iPod,...

By DigitalVersus on 60

Aiptek’s Pocket Cinema V10 has LcoS techology (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) developed by 3M (who have their own mini-projector, the MPro 110). The device is a direct competitor to Optomas Pico PK101. Both have a white LED light source, so how do...

By TechRadar on 60

We could nit-pick its foibles forever, but theres something quite endearing about the PocketCinema. It handles MP3 music, picture slideshows and even MPEG-4 playback internally, which is a nice option to have, and includes ArcSoft conversion software...

By PC Advisor on 60

While the concept looks good, the Aiptek Pocket Cinema V10 fails to impress in action. It can produce a creditable picture of limited size with fairly realistic colours, but only in near-total blackout conditions. At a price of almost 300 it only...

By Expert Reviews on 60

Is that a film in your pocket? Fun, up to a point. One of the gadgets weve always fancied is a mobile phone with a film projector built in. The Pocket Cinema V10 is the next best thing: a battery powered, palm-sized portable projector that you can...

By Expert Reviews on 60

Aipteks V10 isnt the first palm-sized projector weve seen: we had a brief test of Optomas Pico Projector at its launch (see www.computershopper.co.uk/news/232050). The V10 is only marginally larger and, although it costs £50 more, it has many...

By Gizmodo on -

If you have the cash and really want a little projector that can go wherever you go, this is the one to get. It's got a much better build quality than the visually comparable 3M MPro110, but it's got so many more goodies, you'll be...

By Metku.net on -

For a first generation product the PocketCinema V10 is a great unit. Sure, the brightness is not quite there yet but this is something that will improve over time. It is quite interesting that manufactuers leaped from those large projectors directly...

By Shiny Shiny on -

Susi takes a look at the Aiptek pocket cinema, the tiny projector that packs some mighty projection. It boasts a heap of features, all loaded into a small and lightweight package, thats easy to carry around and even easier to use, delivering great...

By Projectors at Projector Reviews on -

Back to Top Aiptek V10 PLUS Projector: Pros Extremely portable, smaller than a pack of cigarettes ("100s"), definitely "fits in a pocket" Simple to use, in most situations, its plug and play, unless you want to download your "stuff" to the...

International Review By PC for Alla on 50

I vanligt dagsljus är V10 i princip oanvändbar, och i ett mörklagt rum drar vi gränsen någonstans vid 35-40 tum. Den projicerade bilden är hyfsat skarp, men kontrast och färger lämnar en del att...

International Review By Area DVD on -

Schnes Gadget mit befriedigendem Nutzwert: Der V10 LED Minibeamer Der Pocket Cinema V10 hinterlsst einen ordentlichen Eindruck - er ist insgesamt sauber verarbeitet, relativ leicht, das Handling ist einfach durchschaubar. Hinzu kommt eine...

International Review By Chip.de on -

FazitDer Aiptek PocketCinema V10 zeigt die Richtung an, in die sich die Mini-Beamer entwickeln werden: Sehr kompakt, mit geringem Stromverbrauch und integriertem Player. Allerdings lässt die Leistung des Projektors noch sehr viele Wünsche...

International Review By Mac Life on 42

Fr eine kleine Dia-Schau im Familienkreis mag das PocketCinema gerade noch ausreichen, als Prsentations- Projektor ist es allerdings weniger geeignet. Noch sind die Lichtquelle zu schwach und die Auflsung zu gering. Der Ansatz ist...