Best selling pico-projectors update (September 2019)

Here’s our monthly best-selling pico-projectors list for the beginning of September 2019. 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.

  • Artlii Movie ($48.99)
  • Nebula Capsule ($299)
  • APEMAN Mini portable projector ($199.99)
  • Artlii Movie Yellow ($48.99)
  • Aaxa P1 ($139)
  • Vamvo Mini projector ($208)
  • Nebula Capsule II ($579)
  • AKASO Mini Projector ($199)
  • VANKYO Burger 101 Pico Projector ($159)
  • WOWOTO A5 Pro ($229)

Best selling pico-projectors update (October 2019)

Here’s our monthly best-selling pico-projectors list for the beginning of October 2019. 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.

  1. APEMAN Mini portable projector ($199.99)
  2. Aaxa P1 ($125)
  3. Artlii Movie ($48.99)
  4. Nebula Capsule ($299)
  5. Artlii Movie Yellow ($48.99)
  6. Vamvo Mini projector ($208)
  7. CINEMOOD Portable Movie Theater ($359)
  8. Anker Nebula Capsule Max ($470)
  9. VANKYO Burger 101 Pico Projector ($159)
  10. AKASO Mini Projector ($199)

ColorChip introduces an ultra-compact laser pico projector module for the AR and VR markets

Israel-based ColorChip introduces a new ultra-compact pico projector module based on its PLC SystemOnGlass platform. ColorChip targets the tethered and standalone AR/VR smartglasses market for this module.

The new pico-projector module integrates ColorChip’s ColorMux RGB Beam Combiner with a MEMS scanner. The ColorMux RGB Beam Combiner is based on ColorChip’s proprietary and patented optical waveguides embedded in a glass Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) and SystemOnGlass (SOG) integration & assembly technology.

Philips already sold over 5,000 PicoPix Max pico projectors on IndieGogo

Philips recently announced the PicoPix Max, a premium and relatively large but still portable Android-powered pico projector that features a Full-HD native image, 800 lumens and a battery life of up to 3 hours. Our friend Charbax posted a nice video showing a prototype device, and Philips says on the video that it already sold over 5,000 such projects on IndieGogo!