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BeamBox Evolution R-2

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BeamBox Evolution R-2

The BeamBox Evolution R-2 is a pico projector that is powered by LCoS technology, 4:3 Aspect Ratio support, has a 12 W white LED lamp with 20 000 hours of lamp life, 40 ANSI lumens brightness, 200:1 contrast ratio (sequential), 800x600 resolution and projects an image size of 15“ ~ 75”. The BeamBox Evolution R-2 supports a mini connect data input interface, and comes with D-SUB VGA and AV-in, mini USB cable and MICRO SD card slot. The unit also features a 1 GB built-in memory, …

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BeamBox Evolution R-2

The BeamBox Evolution R-2 is a pico projector that is powered by LCoS technology, 4:3 Aspect Ratio support, has a 12 W white LED lamp with 20 000 hours of lamp life, 40 ANSI lumens brightness, 200:1 contrast ratio (sequential), 800x600 resolution and projects an image size of 15“ ~ 75”. The BeamBox Evolution R-2 supports a mini connect data input interface, and comes with D-SUB VGA and AV-in, mini USB cable and MICRO SD card slot. The unit also features a 1 GB built-in memory, and supports MPEG-4 (NON DIVX-AVI, ASF, .MP4) file format. It also sports a 0.5W speaker. The 12.3 x 6.2 x 2.9 cm BeamBox Evolution R-2 comes with a heady duty tripod, power adapter, faux leather carry case, D-SUB VGA cable, AV cables and instructions.

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The Evolution R-2 is a projector that features a 40 Lumen LCoS chip and is powered by an LED bulb which last 20000 hours. The unit can be connected to a laptop, DVD player, MP4 player or store images, videos, files on the in-built memory. The R-2 also features an on-board media player and comes with a remote control. The unit also has an AV connection that lets users connect it to an MP4 player, Games consoles, DVD players and other devices.

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