68-inch LED projection power from Toshiba

Toshiba calls their petite, 1.1-lb TDP-FF1AU projector "pocket-sized," but at 5.5''x2.2''x4.0'' we're talking about pockets in, say, a winter coat, as opposed to fashionable jeans. Still, the US$699 projector is a nice little package, allowing you to set up your own little film festival anywhere you can find an 11'' to 68 '' surface. Can't find space? That's okay, because the projector comes with a 23'' (diagonal) folding screen. In a pinch, you can also use the internal speaker for audio.

The LED-illuminated TDP-FF1AU runs on batteries for up to 2 hours (the battery pack adds on an extra 0.8'' in depth and 0.6 lbs), giving you just enough time to watch Star Wars sans closing credits but not enough time to watch Revenge of the Sith through to the end, thank goodness. The projector's resolution tops out at 800x600, thought it accepts video signals up to 1080i. If you'd rather not tote around a DVD player as well (even one as small as the YDP-700 Yahoo Micro DVD Player), you can use the USB connector to connect directly from a USB thumb drive or your MP3 player.

Toshiba TDP-FF1AU
Toshiba TDP-FF1AU

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