Kodak Luma 150: A 1080P HD projector that fits in your pocket

Kodak Luma 150 portable pocket projector in backpack

Suppose you want to share some photos with family or have an impromptu meeting complete with slides, photos, or videos. The Kodak Luma 150 Ultra is a small, portable DLP projector with near-universal device compatibility that you can use virtually anywhere.

Today’s smartphones are incredibly powerful, but they’re not ideal for sharing. The smaller displays make it difficult to collaborate with others even if you prop them up, whether you’re sharing family photos, showing friends a funny meme video, or giving a presentation at work. But with Kodak’s Luma 150, an ultra-portable DLP pocket projector, you could plug your phone in via USB — or connect wirelessly — and immediately share your content in a bigger format. And by bigger we do mean big. The Kodak Luma can project a stunning 16:9 format screen at up to 150-inches in size. Yes, you read that right, a 150-inch screen. In your pocket.

It’s plug-and-play, which means you can connect your devices and start watching or streaming right away. There are multiple ways to connect to the Kodak Luma, too. Either wired via USB or wireless with mobile-to-projector connectivity via Airplay and Miracast. Built-in speakers offer pop-up audio, while a battery adds true versatility — you don’t need to plug it into an outlet to use it. Battery life is estimated at 2.5 hours per charge. It has a 60 ANSI lumens LED lamp, supports an 854 by 480 resolution, and 1000:1 contrast ratio. It can also play files from microSD cards, USB drives, or HDMI connection ports, with any other video ports needing an adapter, like DVI.

Kodak Luma 150 Ultra portable pocket projector used to play PS4 games

Who’s it for?

If you’ve ever had the urge to carry a portable projector in your pocket, or basically a small TV, then this is just for you. It has a battery, connects to devices wirelessly, or via USB, and you can project up to a 150-inch screen.

Where to buy?

MSRP: $250

Amazon | Kodak

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