Sceptre Luna Pocket Video Projector & MP3 Player

Sceptre Luna Handheld Projector

Sceptre, the company well known for LCD televisions and computer monitors, today announced the launch of the Sceptre Luna Handheld Projector and MP3 Player. This handy pocket sized device allows you to listen to music, share photos, watch movies and display presentations. It can project video for an image size up to 50 inches. All this functionality is packed into a device that weighs just 2.6 ounces and is less than 1 inch thick.

Sceptre Luna Pocket Video Projector

Sceptre Luna Pocket Video Projector and MP3 Player

  • Image Size: 5″ – 50″ (Diagonal)
  • Maximum Resolution: 640×480
  • Projection Distance: Up to 99″
  • Projector Light Source: LED (White)
  • Estimate Life: Over 20,000 Hours
  • Battery Life: MP3 – 5 Hours, Projection – 1 Hour
  • Memory Capacity (Micro SD): 512 MB – 32 GB
  • Video Compatibility: AVI, MOV, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4
  • Image Compatibility: JPEG, BMP
  • Audio Compatibility: MP3, WMA, WAV
  • Projector Dimensions: 3.32″ x 1.74″ x 0.8″
  • Projector Weight: 2.6 oz
  • Skin Protector Colors: Black, Pink and Blue

Sceptre Luna MP3 Player and Video Projector

The Sceptre Luna ships with the projector, three color skins, micro USB cable, lithium-polymer battery, and earphones. It also includes a 2GB Micro SD Card, and is expandable up to 32GB SD cards for increased storage capacity. Functions such as calendar, video, slideshow, MP3 and more are included standard.

The Sceptre Luna Pocket Video Projector and MP3 Player is available for $119.96 at QVC.com.

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One Response to “Sceptre Luna Pocket Video Projector & MP3 Player”

  1. What’s the hole on the right side of the product for? This unit looks pretty bulky. I have been shopping around to buy one of these pico projectors but so far the best one I found is made by aaxa called the P1Jr. The P1Jr looks like it plays more files and has more connectivity and has the best price out there.

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