Pico Projector

ZTE SPRO 2 Smart Projector: hands-on at IFA 2015

Remember the ZTE SPRO 2 projector that made its way into AT&T's catalog last week? Chances are, you probably didn't get too hyped up about a portable projector. But these things seem to be growing in number and popularity these days that you can no longer ignore their presence. At the IFA 2015 press conference last week, ZTE took the chance to show off the Android-powered smart projector, and we took a hands-on spin just to see for ourselves what the device is all about.

AT&T adds LG G Flex 2, ZTE Spro 2 projector to portfolio

You're looking for a new smartphone or gadget and your carrier of choice is AT&T? Then it's time for another round of what's new with your favorite mobile service provider. They have just recently made announcements that the newest member of the LG family, the G Flex 2, and the wireless smart projector, the ZTE Spro 2, will be available at their nearest online and retail stores soon.

ZTE SPro2 pico projector to be offered exclusively on AT&T

Have you ever been in a situation where you want to show something on your phone, whether at a business meeting or at a party, but your device's screen will not do justice to the picture or video you want to share? This particular dilemma has been solved with the advent of pico projectors, and the ZTE SPro2 is the latest to join the party and it will be offered exclusively by AT&T.

ZTE launches WiFi-only version of portable wireless projector

At CES last year, ZTE displayed a curious gadget that was a combination of a WiFi hotspot and a portable video projector. That device got launched in July 2014 as the ZTE LivePRO. Early this year, we’re seeing a new device along these lines – mostly the same functions but without the hotspot capability – and ZTE is calling it the ZTE SPRO, a portable WiFi-connected Android-based wireless projector.

LG HD MiniBeam projector produces 300 lumens

There have been tiny projectors floating around for a long time that are designed to connect to your smartphone or tablet to give you larger images to enjoy. A new projector has landed from LG called the HD MiniBeam PH300 has launched and it promises some really nice features and would be great for projecting images from your smartphone or tablet.

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is designed for multimedia

Of the new Android tablets that Lenovo is unveiling today, the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro definitely takes the cake. While the new Yoga Tablet 2 represents an incremental upgrade to Lenovo's 2013 line, this Pro version makes a huge leap forward. With a pico projector hidden in the hinge, a JBL subwoofer on the back, and a large Quad HD display, this tablet is unambiguously built for the ultimate multimedia experience. Plus, it was designed in collaboration with Lenovo product engineer Ashton Kutcher to boot.

TouchPico: the Android-run projector you think you need

Haven’t you ever been outside for a meeting and think to yourself, “Darn, a small projector would really be useful now.” Or were you ever at a gathering where you secretly thought, “Well, this party can certainly use a game of Angry Birds projected on the wall!” The technology of today has certainly made such wishes come true with the advent of pico-projectors. TouchPico is trying to be the newest one in the block and it also comes with an Android PC and a stylus to enhance the projecting experience.

Ritot projects time and notifications onto your hand

Wearable technology is still very much a baby in terms of what can be dreamed of and what can actually be done. A new product that is trying to get into the market is trying to get people excited about the fact that you can now project the time and your notifications onto your skin. Yes, if things go well, Ritot will become the first projection watch in the market.

DOS Owls reveals ODIN Android ‘smart’ portable projector

Have you ever had that moment when you wanted to show your friends this brand new TV show but your Android phone’s small screen wasn’t enough to capture how awesome it is? Well the folks over at Dos Owls, a start-up focused on creating portable visual display products, think they have the solution as they are launching their first product, the ODIN, which they claim is the first mobile device “focused on social interaction.”
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