As well as unveiling their new smartphone camera crossover device in the form of the Lenovo Vibe Shot this week. Lenovo has also unveiled a new pocket projector they have created that can be connected to any compatible Android devices.
The new Lenovo pocket projector is capable of creating an image up to a size of 110 inches on any wall or flat surface in lowlight conditions. Providing users with a 50 lumen high contrast optical engine to create vivid bright and colourful imagery, says Lenovo.
Lenovo explains a little more about the pocket projector that offers up to 32GB of microSD card storage for presentations and media, while supporting a wide range of common file formats.
“We built the brilliantly convenient Lenovo Pocket Projector to surprise and delight media lovers who are limited by their small screen mobile devices or who just want a larger-than-life entertainment experience. The Lenovo Pocket Projector adds a new dimension to watching and sharing content.
Simply snap on the projector to a compatible Android device1, and it immediately supersizes movies, photos or even business presentations by projecting them up to 110-in on any wall or surface in low-light conditions and it automatically corrects for distortion while allowing users to rotate up to 90 degrees for the best views. This portable projector casts powerful sound, too, with its dual speakers.
It takes just a few seconds to set up the Lenovo Pocket Projector, and it can project content from a smartphone wirelessly via DLNA or Miracast. When going cordless, users can project a full length movie on a single charge, with more than two hours of battery life. Best of all, the compact and lightweight Lenovo Pocket Projector fits in nearly any pocket, making it a must-have accessory any time someone feels like enjoying their digital content.”
For more information on the new Lenovo pocket projector that will be launching in May 2015 for $249, and measure just 4.1 x 3.9 x 1 inches and weighs less than 6 ounces, jump over to the Lenovo press release website for details via the link below.
Source: LenovoFiled Under: Displays News, Top News