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Kaisa Super Small Household High Definition Projector GQX60SPL-AT-I


In the past, you needed a projector and an interactive whiteboard to create an interactive learning environment. Now, make almost any wall interactive with the HD projectorTo prepare such a pleasant surprise for your birthday or Christmas! High ...
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Projection Technology


Technical Specifications

monolithic LCD

LCD Size

5 inches (group of gen)

Bubble Power


Screen Ratio

4:3 or 16:9

Projection Way

cast, over-head projectors, but dicks, desktop

Trapezoidal Correction

±15 °


280ANSI - LM



Recommend Shot Size

60-100 inches


Video + S + VGA

Projection Distance

1.9-5 meters

LCD Models

PVI050 050 PVI050 group of gen

Input Interface

V + S + VGA + Chromatist, optional HDMI, USB, DVB, TV

Input Voltage

220V, 50/60Hz

Projection Way

Are cast/over-head projectors/reverse condole

Trapezoidal Correction




Noise Normal



280 x 260 x 95mm11.02 x 10.23 x 3.74in(L x W x H)


  • Remote Control 
  • Play movie, photo & Music
  • Adjust the HD Projector angle to your specifications using the pivoting stand and carry handle
  • Watch supersize images come to life, and accompanied by rich stereo sound courtesy of the built in speakers
  • This exciting entertainment Portable Projector connects to your game console
  • Lights can changes shape with the music rhythm
  • Best Projector can show images in your room with amazing effects  
  • Speed of flash can be controlled
  • The Portable Projector is simple to set up and operate
  • It can do all things like blanking, frequently flashing, rotating, moving, billowing, zooming, drawing
  • This Portable Projector design is very unique and convenient  
  • Helps you easily connect to share pictures and videos with friends and family


Kaisa Super Small Household High Definition Projector GQX60SPL-AT-I

  • The tiny and versatile portable Projector lets you create a huge screen almost any where

Kaisa Super Small Household High Definition Projector GQX60SPL-AT-I

  • The High Definition Projector is up to the task of a home theater display, and is ideal for the office setting

Kaisa Super Small Household High Definition Projector GQX60SPL-AT-I

Kaisa Super Small Household High Definition Projector GQX60SPL-AT-I

  • The Mini Projector is perfect for sharing your favorite movies and images

Kaisa Super Small Household High Definition Projector GQX60SPL-AT-I 

  • It features small size, low power, no radiation, high-resolution and color fidelity

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    Kaisa Super Small Household High Definition Projector GQX60SPL-AT-I

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  • How to Build a Mini Projector at Home:

    If you have a small video player or other media player, you can easily turn it into a miniature projector. A video projector takes the light from a video image and projects it through lenses to create a magnified image. You'll need a small fresnel lens, which is much like multiple lenses stuck together --- you can find these at most office supply or dollar stores. After you have the lens and video source, you connect them together in a frame that will focus the video image light through the lens.

    • Take a miniature media player with a video screen. An iPod, Zune or other device that can store photos and videos with a sharp picture will work best. A hand-held TV set will work, too, but you will give up picture quality.
    • Construct a small, four-sided cardboard frame that looks like a square tube or a box with open ends at opposite sides. It should be the same height and width as the media player's screen and about three inches long. Tape this frame to the player's screen, putting as much tape around the edges as possible.
    • Build a second box frame that is barely larger than the first frame connected to the media player. This frame needs to fit snugly on the end of the first frame but can slide back and forth across it.
    • Cut out one more piece of cardboard that is the same height and width as the end of the second frame and then hollow it out to make a cardboard rim.
    • Cut a plastic fresnel lens down until it's small enough to fit within the cardboard rim. Cut the lens all the way around and make sure its original center remains the center of the finished piece. Glue the lens inside the rim.
    • Tape the cardboard rim and fresnel lens to the open end of the box frame on the media player. Make sure that you surround this piece with tape on all ends.
    • Prop up your projector on a table or other flat surface - you can tape one last cardboard piece to the back of the player and tape the other end to the table. Make sure the projector is facing a blank white wall and then turn the player on. To focus the projected image, move the larger box frame back and forth.

    How to Connect a Projector to a Laptop Computer

    Connecting a laptop computer to an overhead projector is a relatively simple process. That said, it can be a disaster to work hard on a presentation, be it for a school or workplace environment, only to show up and find yourself unprepared. Take the time now to learn about the different ways your laptop can connect to an overhead projector, and how to accomplish this easy task, and you can enter your presentation with poise and confidence.


    • Learn the different types of video outputs your laptop may or may not support. The three most common types of video outputs used with overhead projectors are Video Graphics Array (VGA), Separated Video (S-Video) and High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI). You need to make sure your laptop has the correct output corresponding to an input on the projector you will use.
    • Weigh the strengths and weaknesses of each types of video input and output. VGA projectors are the most common type, indeed it is likely that any projector in current use will have a VGA input. However, VGA video offers the lowest resolution of the these three types. S-Video offers a higher resolution than VGA, but is prone to screen flicker, especially when you are connecting your laptop to a power supply while presenting, rather than running off the battery. HDMI offers the highest picture quality of the three, and supports audio data transfer as well. However, know that HDMI-equipped laptops and projectors are more expensive than those that utilize the other video transfer formats.
    • Choose a video data transfer standard best suited to your price range and needs. VGA is always the safest bet, but if you are purchasing a new laptop computer, try to find one within your budget with an HDMI output as well, as it will provide the best quality and allow you to transmit audio without the use of extraneous equipment. S-Video inputs are found on nearly every LCD and Plasma television, meaning that if you are giving your presentation connected to a television rather than a projector, this is a viable option as well.
    • Make sure you know how to tell your computer to recognize that you wish to use a projector as a secondary video output device. On Windows-based laptop computers, this usually involves pressing the "Function" (or "Fn") key, followed by one of the numbered "F" buttons along the top of your keyboard. In most cases there will be a graphic of what looks like a television screen on the correct "F" key (e.g. "F4"), but if you aren't sure consult the manual that came with your specific model.
    • Connect your video cable of choice to your projector and your Windows laptop, turn the projector on, and press the correct function key. If you have a solid video card, pressing the same key combination a second time will allow you to view your laptop's screen both on the computer itself and as a projected image simultaneously.
    • Connecting a Macintosh laptop computer to an overhead projector can be a little trickier. You will need a special adapter to connect to a projector using VGA, as well as the standard VGA cable. This is called a DVI-VGA adapter, and is available both from Apple and other electronics vendors. Plug the adapter to the DVI port on your Macintosh laptop, then plug the VGA cable into the projector and the adapter. Turn on the projector, then press and hold the "F7" key on your Mac. You will be up and running in no time.
    • Try a dry run of your presentation using your own laptop and the same projector you will be using, if possible. It pays to be prepared, and your audience will be able to tell if you are fumbling around for the right function keys on the day you present. Your confidence will help you start your presentation off with a bang, and it will show.

    Package Included:

    • 1 x The Remote Control
    • 1 x The Power Cord
    • 1 x Insurance Tube
    • 1 x Instruction
    • 1 x Warranty Card
    • 1 x Manufacturer Certificate
    • 1 x Projector