Best Battery Powered Mini Projectors (2017)

Mini projectors offer a myriad of advantages over conventional counterparts. One of which is portability. A mini project typically comes in palm sized measurements and can weigh less than one pound up to 3 pounds. The portable size and easy-to-carry weight makes it the best companion for individuals who are always on the go.

If you’re flying 5,000 miles for a client meeting, you can leave behind your office’s heavy and bulky projector and just carry a mini projector with you. There’s no need to bring a special projector case or bag.  All you have to do is put in your luggage, bring it to the meeting, set it-up and proceed with your presentation – that’s how convenient it is to opt for a mini projector.

Even those who love the outdoors can bring this piece of technology with them and not worry about if they have enough space in their backpacks. Since mini projectors are lightweight, you won’t even notice you have it in your bag. Some mini projectors are so small that you can conveniently put it inside your pocket.

In addition to not lugging them around on your next business trip or outdoor adventure, you don’t have to bring an extension cord or have an electric outlet near you to use a mini projector. Why? Many mini projectors today have a built-in rechargeable battery. All you need is to charge it for two to three hours and, depending on the brand and model of the mini projector, you can get an hour to three hours of uninterrupted viewing.  What if you ran out of battery? Many mini projector models accept charging via powerbank.

If you don’t know which mini projectors can give you the best battery-life, you came to the right place. This article contains the best battery powered mini projectors for you to consider.

RIF6 Cube Mobile Projector

This RIF6 Cube Mobile Projector features a cube-like design. Despite its small size, it gives a commendable 60-minute battery life.

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iCODIS G5 Mini Projector

The iCODIS G5 Mini Projector weighs only 200 grams but don’t be fooled this tiny projector comes with a 2500mAh lithium polymer battery. You can enjoy video playback as long as 120 minutes.

Magnasonic PP60 LED Pocket Pico Video Projector

You can also choose this Magnasonic PP60 LED Pocket Pico Video Projector. It uses a slightly smaller battery – 2100mAh to be exact but it can also deliver playback of up to 2 hours.

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Abdtech DLP Pico Mobile Mini Projector

The Abdtech DLP Pico Mobile Mini Projector uses a 3000mAh battery. With a bigger battery, this mini projector can provide as much as 180-minutes or 3 hours of unplugged play time.

 

Aodin Mini Smart Android Pico Projector

Another great choice for 3 hours of play time is the Aodin Mini Smart Android Pico Projector. Unlike the Abdtech, the Aodin is equipped with 5000mAh battery.

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When it comes to buying a mini projector, you shouldn’t only consider its design, size, or weight. You should also carefully review the battery life – no one wants to watch a film only to be interrupted half-way through.

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