How to connect & project with your iPhone
- 02 Jul, 2013
iPhone 4 Projector (also for iPhone 4s / iPod Touch)The Pico Genie A100 iPhone projector lets you dock your iPhone 4 / iPhone 4s / iPod Touch into it to provide a complete 4-in-1 system consisting of: Projector + Rugged Case + battery + Speaker. As seen on the Gadget Show, Channel 5, Stuff TV and in T3 Magazine, it's the original and still the best!
Does the iPhone 5 have a projector?As great as the iPhone is with its 4 inch Retina display, many of you are still (quite rightly) wanting more. To expand your 4 inch screen to 90"+ then take a look at our range of compatible projectors, from the nano tiny Pico Genie P50 pocket projector all the way up to the powerful, portable-pro range with 2000+ lumens of brightness. Connect simply and easily with a Digital AV Adapter from Apple which allows you to mirror out the screen of your iPhone4, 4s or iPhone 5, iPod 4th gen or iPad 2+ or iPad mini.
Apps to use with your iPhone projector
- Streamed video, photo's, webpages and more: Available to download here, free of charge! - 'Projout' is available to download from the Apple store free of charge
- Photos without being in slideshow mode, change their resolution & project live images from the iPhone Camera: http://itunes.apple.com/se/app/cameravision-visual-presenter/id412366083
- Web pages: http://itunes.apple.com/se/app/webout/id398901061
Facebook, document viewer, text editor with email function and image browsing, document viewer (Keynote, Numbers, Pages, PDF, Excel, Word, iWorks, PowerPoint), HTML, Web browsing and map display: http://www.jwalsoft.com/apps/tvout-genie/tvoutfeatures from"TV Out Genie"
Which is the right iPhone projector for you?
|Pico Genie A100||Pico Genie P50||Pico Genie P100|
|Pico Genie M300||Vivitek Qumi Q5||BenQ GP10|
|Casio XJ A||Casio XJ M||ViewSonic PJD / PRO|
Even Android, Windows and Blackberry mobile smartphones and tablets can connect to our range of projectors (e.g. Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, HTC, Sony and more) with an MHL adapter. For more about connecting to an Android Projector, click here