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Kodak Announces Three Ultra Compact Portable Projectors to Play Video from a Mobile Device

Today, Eastman Kodak Company announced the availability of three new portable projectors from its North American brand licensee, C+A Global: the KODAK Pocket Portable Projector, KODAK Pocket Pico Projector, and KODAK Pocket Wireless Pico Projector. Featuring stunning DLP display technology, all three projectors can connect to a phone, computer or other device to seamlessly project images and video onto any surface.

“These new projectors from Kodak put the power of a home theater in the palm of your hand,” said Joel Satin, VP Brand Licensing at Eastman Kodak Company. “All three are packed with powerful projection capabilities, so watching films and television shows, or projecting a slideshow of images can be done in your home, outside on a warm summer night, and anywhere in between.”

C+A Global offers three different projector models: the KODAK Pocket Portable Projector, KODAK Pocket Pico Projector, and KODAK Pocket Wireless Pico Projector. Each can connect with a compatible mobile device or computer using HDMI® cable for seamless screen mirroring via beautiful DLP, or Digital Light Processing, display technology. All three projectors include a built-in rechargeable battery, eliminating the need for wires, and feature MicroSD™ compatibility. With any of the three KODAK Projectors, users can listen to content using the built-in speakers, while a 3.5mm audio jack means users can take the sound up a notch by plugging in an external speaker or keep things quiet by plugging in their personal headphones.

KODAK Pocket Portable Projector Highlights and Benefits

  • A sleek, pocket-sized design – The KODAK Pocket Portable Projector measures at just 3”x3”x0.8” and weighs 5 ounces, making it incredibly easy to take anywhere.
  • Vivid image display – With a 75-lumen display, the Pocket Portable Projector has a 640x360 native resolution. From 12 feet away, it produces an 80-inch display, or a 40-inch display at a 6-foot distance. The projector also features 100% image offset and adjustable focus.
  • Stability and distraction-free viewing – The Pocket Portable Projector is tripod-mountable for added stability and features super quiet projector operation so as to never interfere with one’s viewing enjoyment.
  • USB connectivity – With multiple options for connecting in to play content, users can play presentations, video and more straight off of a USB flash drive.
  • Touch top commands – The stylish KODAK Pocket Portable Projector features touch top command buttons that appear with the touch of a fingertip for controlling the play-by-play of content.

The KODAK Pocket Portable Projector ships with an HDMI® cable, USB cable and Quick Start Guide, and comes with a 1-year limited warranty.

KODAK Pocket Pico Projector and Wireless Projector Highlights and Benefits
The KODAK Pocket Pico Projector and Pocket Wireless Pico Projector offer almost all of the same features and benefits, while the Wireless model offers these capabilities in a compact unit that can connect to one’s mobile device via a Wi-Fi connection.

  • Ultra-compact unit – The KODAK Pocket Pico Projector and Wireless Pico Projector feature a compact, 2.1-inch cube design, weighing 6.1 ounces.
  • Up to 100-inch display – Boasting a 100-lumens DLP display, these projectors from Kodak have a native resolution of 854x480 pixels. Project movies and images up to 100 inches from an 8-foot distance, or 56 inches from a 5-foot distance.
  • Accessories included – The KODAK Pocket Pico Projector and Wireless Pico Projector both ship with a mini tripod for added height and stability, plus a remote control for easy operation.
  • Wi-Fi connectivity with the Pocket Wireless Pico Projector – Kodak’s wireless enabled projector eliminates the need for any wires while operating, with the ability to easily connect to any compatible mobile device for seamless screen mirroring over a private device-enabled Wi-Fi connection.

The KODAK Pocket Pico Projector and Pocket Wireless Pico Projector each ship with an HDMI® cable, HDMI® adapter, power cable and adapter, remote control, mini tripod and Quick Start Guide, and comes with a 1-year limited warranty.

Pricing and Availability
Pricing and availability on these projector models are as follows:

Request a Media Review Kit
To request a media review kit of these projectors, please contact Alexis Isaacs at [email protected].

About Kodak
Kodak is a technology company focused on imaging. We provide – directly and through partnerships with other innovative companies – hardware, software, consumables and services to customers in graphic arts, commercial print, publishing, packaging, entertainment and commercial films, and consumer products markets. With our world-class R&D capabilities, innovative solutions portfolio and highly trusted brand, Kodak is helping customers around the globe to sustainably grow their own businesses and enjoy their lives. For additional information on Kodak, visit us at kodak.com, follow us on Twitter @Kodak, or like us on Facebook at Kodak.

About C+A Global
C&A Marketing, Inc., Kodak brand licensee, doing business as C+A Global, is a leading manufacturer, distributor and online reseller of consumer products, electronics, cameras and photographic equipment. Headquartered in Edison, N.J., C+A Global is a major consumer electronics manufacturer and retailer which operates several e-commerce platforms, including RitzCamera.com, RitzPix.com and Skymall.com, and has a robust presence on the Amazon.com marketplace platform. With over two decades in business, the depth and breadth of C+A Global’s inventory is constantly expanding as is its presence and reputation in the consumer products marketplace.

The Kodak trademark, logo and trade dress are used by C&A Marketing under license from Eastman Kodak Company.

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