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Old 27-04-2014, 10:54   #91
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Re: MacBook Pro or MacBook Air?

Originally Posted by endoftheroad View Post
Thanks, those are very interesting but remember how small my boat is? It's about the same size as one of your heads.
The entertainment seating areas and daybeds in my boat require a monitor to be mounted on a fully swinging and pivoting arm mount.

Now, back to the Beamer websites....I wasn't aware that a projector was capable of those specs. I always wondered why I still see those around, now I know it's because of their versatility and high performance.
You don't need a big boat for these! The unit fits in the palm of your hand, it's tiny! Also, I get a 60" image with a distance of just over 8'. Even if you need to go below 8' distance, it will be a bigger than 24" picture before you know it.

It will project on almost anything, from a vinyl bulkhead to a piece of paper etc. Check out some Youtube vids on it as it's awesome

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