Product highlightsDLP projection technology (854 x 480 pixels) widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio image size: up to 150" light output: 150 lumens 1500:1 dynamic contrast ratio LED RGB lamp (lasts up to 30,000 hours) Smart Features: mobile-to-projector wireless mirroring (compatible with iOS, Android, Windows 10, Miracast, and Apple® AirPlay®) Connections: 1 HDMI USB Type-A input for connecting a camera, thumb drive, or storage device microSD slot for plugging in a memory card built-in mono speaker (2 watts) 3.5mm stereo minijack output for connecting headphones or a home audio system built-in rechargeable battery for portable use (lasts up to 3 hours) can also be powered by an AC adapter with USB output (sold separately) quiet cooling fan (30 dB) threaded socket on bottom of projector for mounting unit to a tripod (1/4"-20 or M6) 3-15/16"W x 1"H x 3-15/16"D weight: 8 oz. warranty: 1 year parts & labor carry-in service What's in the boxPortable projector (white) 32" HDMI cable (full size HDMI connectors on each end) 24" USB cable (Type A USB on one end and Micro-B USB on other end) Quick Start Guide About this itemWritten by Crutchfield's Steve KindigMiniature movie machine throws a big image Smartphones do many things well, but that small screen makes it difficult to share photos and videos with a group. Kodak's ultra-compact Luma 150 produces bright, crisp images as large as 150", for work or play, at home, in the office, or on the road. You can even mirror content wirelessly from most phones and tablets. Plug-and-play hookup and operation There's an HDMI input for connecting a high-def video source, like a Blu-ray player or laptop computer. Use the standard USB input or microSD card slot for viewing photos — the slideshow mode is a nice touch. The built-in rechargeable battery means you can project almost anywhere for up to 3 hours, or you can run longer by connecting an AC power supply (sold separately). The projector's built-in speaker delivers modest sound, and there's a minijack audio output to connect to headphones or a pair of powered speakers.