While many pocket and pico projectors have media players built in, so they can run slide shows off of USB thumb drives, or off of SD and other cards, this BOXi T-200, lacks that functionality. Instead think of this BOXi as a very small "traditional" projector, other than it's extremely long lived LED light source. (And it has an HDMI input!) After some thought, I even decided to list the T200 as suitable for a classroom.
No, it's not going to get use in the traditional US classrooms, but very small portable projectors have made their mark in rural areas, and in many second and third world countries (no offense intended). More about that, under special features.
Let's take a close look, starting with a few of the "special features" of the BOXi T200.