The Cellulon Picopro is an ultraportable laser projector. You can fit it in your pocket, and project a big screen anywhere you go.
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Pro Light and small
Celluon PicoPro is really small (almost the size of a modern smartphone) and one of the lightest projector in the market at 7 oz (around 0.4 lb). So small and light, it can fit into anyone's pockets and is suitable for presentations while travelling.
Pro Variety of colors
Celluon PicoPro comes in several colors. There's black, white, gold, and a white-and-gray combo.
No fans, no noise. Without fans, the Celluon PicoPro saves battery life.
Pro Easy to use
Image projection can be done through the HDMI port that supports MHL. There is also a wireless mode of connection through DLNA and Miracast.
With laser as Celluon PicoPro's light source, there is no need to adjust focus on images, regardless of distance to screen.
Con Text images are not good
Though pictures and videos are vibrant, text images suffer in quality with the laser focus of Celluon PicoPro.
Con Not suitable for very bright viewing environments
Celluon PicoPro's brightness of 32 lumens is ok for use for dark viewing environments. However, the image quality suffers a lot in very bright environments. Under moderate lighting, the user can limit projection size to 14-15 inches to attain clear images which makes Celluon PicoPro suitable mostly for one-on-one presentations.
Con Low resolution
The effective resolution is said to be nowhere near their claim. Instead of 1920x720, it is often stated to be even below 1280×720, closer to 640x360.
Con Crosstalk - mixed up colors
Basically, colors on one part of the image affect colors on another part of the image.
Con Lasers can be dangerous
It's not very well marketed by the company, but the 3R laser light can be dangerous for eyes. You might want to be careful when kids are around.
Con Flicker - headaches
A lot of people have complained about getting headaches or other issues from the scan process of this projector.