A pico projector designed to work with Apple products.

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How do I connect my MacBookPro with a C. Swivel?

I don't know how to connect my Cinemin S with my MacBookPro (2009 model)

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Does anybody know, where to buy a Cinemin Swap (converter) in Australia? Amazon (USA) sells it for 35$ and charges another 35$ for postage.

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Most common Macs will require a DVI or Mini DisplayPort adapter from Apple.

Cinemin Swivel is a recreational multimedia pico projector - designed primarily to connect to iPhones, iPods, and composite video-out devices to project videos and photos. Please be aware that computer connectivity requires an additional adapter (specific to your computer's video output), that small-text and detailed spreadsheets will be difficult to read at HVGA resolution, and that as with all pico projectors low-light conditions are needed for optimal visibility.

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What ADAPTER would I need for my MacBookPro (2009) ?

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WowWee is not real clear on this, but it looks like you'll need a Cinemin Swap.

http://www.wowwee.com/en/products/tech/p...

The Mac side of it is a mini-DVI connector.

For laptops/netbooks with DVI or mini-DVI:

The signal will first need to be converted to VGA, S-Video, or Composite (a variety of cables are generally available), and then to the above connectors.

Here's information on connectivity: http://www.wowwee.com/en/support/swivel

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Do you know, where to buy a Cinemin Swap (converter) in Australia? Amazon (USA) sells it for 35$ and charges another 35$ for postage.

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