5 Mini Projectors Perfect for Stealthy Workplace Movie Watching

What better way to watch Office Space, than in your office space?

What better way to watch Office Space, than in your office space?

Tired of sneaking your Monday morning movie watching at the office on your tiny cell phone screen? Why not take things up a notch and enjoy the full cubicle cinema experience with one of the projectors below, all of which are small enough to fit in your hand? You might also want to get a small whiteboard if you don’t have one; they’re not quite the right aspect ratio, but they’ll do in a pinch. You can create an image of a fake task list using a free felt-tip font like DS Marker, and switch to it whenever the boss comes by.

Quartet Whiteboard, 24 x 18 Inches, Silver Aluminum Frame (S531)

The Quartet 24″ x 18″ Whiteboard Would Make a Perfect Screen

Smart Beam 2 Mini Projector

1.75" Cube Ultra Mini/Small Pico Projector UO Smart Beam 2 (80 Lumen,WVGA,Wireless) - White Pearl, Micro Cube/Portable/Pocket/Handheld/Mini Projector

ASUS S1 Pocket Projector

ASUS S1 200-lumen 854 x 480 HDMI/MHL USB Built-in 6,000mAh Battery bank Short-Throw LED Pocket Projector

Play LC200C Mini Projector


Play Ic200c - Mini Projector DLP LED

RIF6 Cube High-Res Mobile Projector


RIF6 Cube, 2" Pico DLP High-Res Mobile Projector- 120" Display, 20,000 Hour LED, Mini-HDMI, 90 Minutes Battery Life, Pocket Size Home Cinema RF00040SK Smart Beam Smartphone Projector

SK Smart Beam Black Pico Portable Mini Projector DLP LED for Smartphone


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