While the projector itself is small enough to fit inside of a relatively big pocket, it isn’t going to be useful if you bring only that with you. In exchange for its small size, the Yaber Pico T1 doesn’t have a battery inside. To some extent, that limits its portability since you’ll need to include a power source with it all the time. It might be possible to receive power from a smartphone, but then you’d have to worry about its battery level, too.
Fortunately, Yaber does ship the Pico T1 with a 10,000 mAh portable battery that’s large enough to power the projector. Although any power source that supports Power Delivery 3.0 or Quick Charge 2.0 will also work, it’s definitely good that the company included one in the package. This hefty power bank has connectors for micro USB, USB-C, and Lightning devices and has a convenient display that shows its remaining charge. Unlike conventional power banks, this one has collapsible prongs that would let you plug it directly into an outlet, provided it is a U.S. socket.
Also included in the box is a small magnetic tripod that sticks to the bottom of the pico projector. While the feet don’t exactly offer the most stable support, it definitely works in a pinch. Unfortunately, the Pico T1’s seamless design doesn’t have any opening for supporting a traditional tripod, so this is actually the only tripod you can use. All these accessories, including a mini HDMI-to-HDMI cable, can be stashed in the included pouch that you’ll have to bring with you wherever you want to use the Yaber Pico T1. It might not be as dramatic as having a fully-functional projector in your pocket, but it’s still significantly more portable than most home projectors.