Celebrating 20 Years
Top 10 Find a Projector Reviews Throw CalculatorCalculator Buyer's Guide Projector Forums
Review Contents
Ease of Use
Intended Use:
Mobile Presentation
Aiptek MobileCinema i20 Plus Projector Aiptek MobileCinema i20 Plus
(add to Compare List)
Go to My Compare List

120:1 Contrast Ratio
12 Lumens
Street Price: n/a

Aiptek MobileCinema i20 for iPhone: Possibilites Beyond Cinema

Laura Clinton, July 9, 2012


Apparently, our size obsessed society has replaced "bigger is better" with "smitten with smaller." Congratulations to men everywhere. We have traded oversized handbags for dainty wristlets. We've even decided that full grown lettuce shadows in comparison to microgreens. Of course, technology is also trying to satisfy our bipolar trends. My newest iPhone companion is the Aiptek MobileCinema i20 pico projector, and it too aims to prove it's a good thing in a small package.

I was eager to entertain my kids with a movie and charged this device through my laptop. It has three LED lights that act as a fuel gauge for the battery life, and takes roughly two hours to fully charge. Similar to the other pico projectors made for the iPhone, it can be used with the plethora of video out apps available, like YouTube and Netflix. However, Aiptek also offers a couple of free apps. I especially enjoyed Aiptek Viewer, which allows you to live project while browsing the web. It is much easier to read my repins on Pinterest when they are displayed over my entire bedroom wall. For those of you crafty moms out there, it would be a breeze to stencil those inspirational quotes all over your house using this projector.

Next Page
Unique Applications
Review Contents: Introduction Unique Applications Limitations and Conclusion

Reader Comments(3 comments)

Posted Feb 28, 2014 8:20 AM PST

By Avizit D

Post a Comment Alert Moderator
Thank You for share this.I have a question about "LED lights".Is it's LED lights is strong.

Posted Mar 8, 2014 9:21 PM PST

By jerry

Post a Comment Alert Moderator
can i use also to my ipad2 generation?

Posted Jun 20, 2014 5:42 AM PST

By anwar

Post a Comment Alert Moderator

Post a comment

Commenting on this article is easy and does not require any registration. Your email address is necessary for you to activate your comment once it has been submitted. It will not be shown to other site viewers. ProjectorCentral reserves the right to remove any comment at any time for any reason. Foul language is not permitted, nor are personal attacks. No HTML allowed. All comments should remain on topic.


Email Address:(used only to confirm your comment)

Your Comment:

(Enter the numbers as they appear to the left)