Micro Projector, tabletop, wowwee

FROM WOWWEE: Cinemin Slice is a portable pico projector that lovingly cradles and connects to your favorite multimedia devices, splashing your movies, videos, photos, games, and slides on to walls and ceilings, and caressing these enlarged images with rich stereo sound.




  • 6w Speakers it can get quite frustrating to battle the sounds of a fan on projectors but not on this guy.
  • Solid design.
  • connectivity — it’s is very plug and play!


  • Only 2 angles of viewing straight up, or straight forward any other angle you get distortion
  • No carrying case for power brick and accessories
  • focus slider harder to use that most.


Wowwee Cinemin Swivel Pico projector.

HandHeld, Pico projector, wowwee

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FROM WOWWEE: Introducing the Cinemin Swivel portable multimedia pico projector. Powered by TI’s DLP Technology for ultra clear picture quality and designed to work with handheld devices like Apple’s popular iPod, iPhone and iPad, Cinemin takes projection out of boardrooms and movie theaters and into the palm of your hand.


Our review:
The Good:

  • design: We found it pretty useful to use the tilt when watching movies in bed. Though the idea is a little gimmicky it turns out to be useful.
  • Portablilty: while not as small as other pico projectors it was still very portable.
  • battery life: we got about 2.25 hours out of it…  which was perfect for watching the average movie… it would have been a bummer to have to recharge it mid movie!

The Not so Good:

  • The user interface: Found it to be a bit clunky…
  • brightness: @ 8 lumens you basically have to be in almost total darkness to make use of it.
  • Value: While not to expensive the price was pretty offset but the lack of connectivity… and the $40.00 VGA adapter did not help…