Yesojo, which makes the Ojo projector, says the Ojo can display an image of 30 inches up to 120 inches at 200 lumens.
The projector has a Nintendo Switch dock built in.
On top of the projector are buttons that control the speaker's volume and the image focus.
The front side of the Ojo projector with the Nintendo Switch docked, but with the projector not turned on.
Behind this flap are the projector's HDMI port, two USB-A ports and an auxiliary output for speakers. On the bottom right is a USB-C port for charging the projector.
The Ojo projector's 480p image looks great in a dark room.
When the lights are on, the image is a bit blurrier using the early prototype. Yesojo says it is further tweaking the way the projector adapts to lighting for the final version, to be released in 2018.
Other devices, like the Super NES Classic pictured here, also connect to the Ojo projector through the HDMI port.
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