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iGo UP-2020 LED Projector

The portable battery maker has released a LED projector called the iGo UP-2020.  Since it is a LED projector, the anticipated life of the lamp is 20,000 hours.  It features 854×480 resolution and built-in media player.  External connections are composite, VGA and mini HDMI.  The LED optical engine is coupled to a DLP imager.

The specs for the LED projector from the manufacturer are:

  • Provides 854×480 pixel native resolution
  • Able to project a viewable screen up to 70 inches
  • Provides 20 ANSI lumens
  • LED source with up to 20,000 hours of life
  • Has built-in media playback function
  • Supports MP4, JPG and BMP files
  • MicroSD card slot & micro USB port
  • Built-in 0.5W speaker
  • Offers composite video, VGA and mini HDMI inputs

In our opinion, this looks like a typical run of the mill LED projector.

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