Favi Pico+ Projector with Miracast and Airplay Wireless display
Pico projectors did seem as though they were going to be the next big thing in the world of consumer electronics, but apparently, that was not the case. I guess you can more or less lump pico projectors with the likes of the netbook, although the netbook has already been dead and buried for quite some time now, while pico projectors occupy an extremely niche market. Favi Entertainment has no qualms about releasing another pico projector into the fray, although to make sure that their offering stands out from the crowd, it will come with additional features that would not be normally found on a standard issue model. We are looking at the Favi WiFi-enabled Pico+ Projector with Miracast and Airplay Wireless display, where it would enable users to wirelessly share their mobile screens as well as laptop content on up to a 100” projector screen.
Measuring roughly the size of a cell phone, this particular pico projector would have no qualms about planting itself into the side of a notebook bag, or to reside in a purse or in a backpack side pocket. Not only that, it wants to make sure that it can last the distance, which is why it comes with a best-in-class 5,000mAh battery that is able to run for a good 3 hours of continuous playback in eco-mode, while its power bank feature would also let you juice up your mobile device, both while projecting or when the projector is turned off.
Jeremy Yakel, President of FAVI Entertainment, shared, “With only your smartphone and the FAVI Pico+ projector, business users and students have complete control over their presentation content and display. It includes a built-in WiFi hotspot allowing you to wirelessly project your mobile content without the need for an external WiFi connection. Furthermore, everyday users can easily pull up their saved content, movies and photos from any external USB device or SD Card. The Pico+ supports standard HDMI from cable/satellite TV, Blu-ray players or game consoles making it an ideal projector for home use.”
The asking price of $299 a pop ain’t too shabby either, don’t you think so?