iSival MP720B1 - USB Port and Lighting Conditions


Gear: iSival MP720B1, Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3T.

I wanted to do one more video about the iSival projector regarding a USB port and thanks to an inquiry about lighting affecting the projector.  I hope I do justice to the two issues during this video.  Enjoy!

Published: Mar 25, 2010

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for putting this up so quickly.

    Doesn't seem to be too bad with some background light.

    Just curious, can the picture be inverted so that the projector can be mounted upside down?

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  2. Yes. I cover inverted picture in another video (menus one). I demonstrate horizontal and vertical flip so the projector can be mounted upside down. I think it would also work better with the IR remote when you do that because the infrared receiver is at the front/top of the projector.

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  3. can't get enough of those videos. hope you will post more. maybe a fast game, web browsing or connect an external tv tuner to the projector to see how it is to watch tv on it.

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  4. There's always something else to try. :)

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  5. Hello,
    just a quick question. Is the power supply multivoltage from 110 V to 220 V ? I am traveling a lot for me it's absolutely necessary. thanks

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  6. The power supply does have multivoltage.

    AC Input 100V-240V
    1.5A 50-60Hz

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  7. is there in box a power supply outlet for Central Europe?

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  8. There's no European adapter. You will have to get an adapter.

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  9. hm guys at sival ensure me that they have it for EU, you mean like power outlet convertor?

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  10. Yes an outlet converter. If Sival says so then they gotta have it. They are awesome at communicating with people. Unlike some bigger corporations.

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  11. probably, man, i cant wait to get hands on it :))
    if yu look around, big corp HD LED projectors cost 1200 euros, and sival is specialized so i thrust them.. and also there will be feature to use two isival projectors for 3D..

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