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CES 2009: Aiptek T10 16:9 pocket cinema

We met Aiptek's Tommy Lui on the showroom at CES 2009 to hear their new T10 16:9 pocket cinema projector (pico projector). Check out our review.

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Posted Jun 1, 2009 2:00 PM PST

By mavropoulou christina

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I bought the pocket projector of AITEK and I was looking forward to use it. What a disappointment after I realised that I couldn' t connect it with my laptop Sony Vaio VGN series, because it hadn' t an s-video port. Probably, I will return it back, if I don' t find a solution.

Thanks. Christina M.

Posted Oct 21, 2009 3:10 AM PST

By K Metaxas

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Same problem with you Christina, but I kept it for video projection

Posted Dec 6, 2009 3:24 PM PST

By hasi

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hello christina!!! Could you plzzz tell me is der any card slot in dis t10 model??? If yes den can t10 play video songs or audio songs or slide show of pictures??? How much is the maximum size of picture and also could you plzz tell me Howz its picture quality and pixels??? Thanks

Posted Jul 6, 2010 2:54 PM PST

By Arham khan

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I purchased Aiptek Pocket Cinema T10 for Use as a projector with Dell Studio 1535. I purchased another Cables to get Desktop projection. but, I couldn't succeed.

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