Will I need a tripod for my mini projector?

If the portable projector screen you purchase is one of the larger, non-table top models then you probably don’t need a stand as it should come with it’s own.

For the rest of us, if there isn’t a table nearby you might require one and we’ve selected two that we think are portable enough for use with a mini projector while still giving you the desired functionality.

Quartet Portable Projector Table Quartet Portable Projector Table

  • Perfect for those on the go or in conference rooms with little space
  • Sturdy tabletop can hold a laptop and data projector or other presentation material
  • Telescoping legs adjust from 21 – 38 inches (53 – 96cms) for tabletop or floor-standing use
  • Foldable legs for storage and handle for easy transport
  • Holds up to 75 pounds (34 kgs)

203 Project-O-Stand Mini Projector Table 203 Project-O-Stand Mini Projector Table

  • 11.25″ x 19″ (28.5cm x 48.2cm)
  • 4 telescopic legs

We always recommend purchasing telescopic stands and tripods because you can adjust the height for the situation – something you’ll find incredibly handy.

Most of the time though you can make do with a desk or a table. The whole idea of a mini projector is to be able to conduct presentations anywhere but it’s always good to be prepared for any situation.

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