The Toshiba FF1 ultralight projector does not use a regular replaceable bulb. Instead, it uses LED light projection technology. Several implications to this – the bulb can’t be replaced and it doesn’t fully light up a room for presentations. But these two things it sacrifices for ultra portability as you can see from the image (it is lighter than my laptop) and it also comes with a 2 hour battery pack. Yeah, you can use these things without a plug. I was able to attach this to the Nintendo Wii, to my laptop (to watch Gossip Girl, hee!) and project to the portable screen that it comes with. The screen (photo above) is a neat addition in cases where you really can’t find a wall to project to.
Because it doesn’t release a lot of heat, the FF1 is relatively silent as well and turns on almost instantly. Not bad for 2006 technology.
Interested in ordering one? Well you won’t find them in stores anymore so you will have to go through the warehouse. The address of the warehouse and pricing is as follows:
Toshiba FF1 Portable LED Projector
Metro House Building 245 Sen Gil Puyat Ave, Makati
Tel Number: 890.6525
8 replies on “Toshiba FF1 Ultralight LED Projector”
Great find Jayvee! Do you have the tech specs for this projector? min/max supported screen res?
I saw a usb port as one of the input options. Have you tried inserting a usb stick and project files from there?
Not really sure if ANSI lumens also applies to LED projection units… in case it does what is its ANSI lumens rating?
i was looking for a perfect and less expensive projector.and this might be the item i want.
and its a mobile projector..with the batteries.
hope to see a sample of the projection in some local tech shows here
@azrael – sincerely doubt you’ll see samples as this product is a 2006 item.
@tech box – im not well versed in projection technology so i really can’t say. a google search will show you a few results on the exact specifications though 🙂
will update this post if i have any more information.
Very reliable, I’ve used one nearly every day for 2.5 years.
I’d like to get another one if someone has a secondhand source.
Much brighter (100l-150l) LED projectors have recently become available eg Samsung P400, but still 800×600. Even brighter (750l) full HD led projectors should be available by Jan 09. There should also be even smaller pico LED projectors available in the same time frame.
if you are still interested in this product, we have more of this model in our inventory. the price at P25k is already a give-away. original price was P95k. drop by during office hours.
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