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UO Smart Beam Laser

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What if you could carry a massive 100-inch HD screen with you everywhere you went? Well, now you can with the UO Smart Beam Laser Projector. This is the smallest HD projector in its class, boasting crystal clear images and vibrant colors from its advanced LCOS-based laser optics – all in a tiny 2.2″ cube (or about half an inch bigger than a golf ball!). Empower all your favorite devices with crystal clear projection using the built in wireless (Miracast/DLNA) or wired (HDMI/MHL) connections. Theres even a two hour rechargeable battery AND built in speakers, making it one of the coolest projectors you can have at home or on-the-go. Get rid of bulky projectors; it’s time for smaller and smarter design now.

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2.2" x 2.2" x 2.2"
6.88 Ounce
Laser Life
10.000 Hours
1 Year
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U can connect with an Apple cable that can receive HDMI male & have micro HDMI cable (mini side) goes into UO HDMI port. Only certain certified micro HDMI cable is compatible to use with devices. Go to & register your UO & see if U are qualified to receive it 4 Free.

William Richard Burgess

Love mine but I'm having trouble getting my MacBook to connect to it through an hdmi cable. Wirelessly I'm good with all devices, just can't get it straight hdmi.


Very nice article and right to the point. I don't know if this is in fact the best place to ask but do you folks have any thoughts on where to hire some professional writers? Thanks in advance :)

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