Pico Projector News, Resources & Information
Pico-Projector Info is the web's leading resource on Pico Projectors. These projectors are small enough to be embedded in mobile phones and other devices, and are becoming more and more popular. Our site brings you daily news, projector resources, a buying guide and more!
Lenovo's Yoga Tab 3 Pro is an Android that has a built-in pico projector. Other features include a rotating hing, a huge 10,200 mAh battery, a 10-inch Quad-HD (2560 x 1600) display, a quad-core Atom CPU, 2GB of RAM and a 13mp camera.
The Wi-Fi model will cost $499 while the 3G (LTE) one will cost $599.
Aiptek's V150D is a DLP (WVGA, 854x480) 100-lumens pico projector that features a built-in media player that supports office documents. Other features include Wi-Fi, USB, HDMI, A/V, MHL and VGA inputs and an SD card slot.
Philips has been using LEDs to give an ambiance light to TVs for a while now, and the company is now set to release a TV that uses pico-projector to extend the image onto the wall behind the TV in a more exciting way.
The upcoming AmbiLux TV is a 65" 4K LED panel that uses 9 (!) pico projectors to give that ambient illumination effect. Philips says that this gives a more immersive experience. We do not have any technical information about those projectors, but Philips will start shipping the TVs in October.
Here's our monthly best-selling pico-projectors list for the beginning of September 2015. We're using data from Amazon.com, which seems to be selling the most wide range of pico projectors. This list does not include embedded modules in mobile phones or cameras.
Philips' PPX-3614 is a high-brightness (140 lumens) DLP based pico-projector with a built-in media player (SD card and mini-USB port), HDMI, Wi-Fi, a touch-pad and more.
The Philips PPX2340 is a 40-lumens DLP pico projector with a built-in media player (with 4GB of internal memory and an microSD card slot). It also includes a USB input for a direct connection to a wide range of devices.
Aiptek's A100W is a DLP (WVGA, 854x480) pico projector that can connect to your phone, tablet or computer via Wi-Fi, HDMI or MHL. It features 120 lumens, dedicated Android/iOS application, HDMI out, 2-hours battery, power-bank feature and a maximum image size of 120".