Lenovo Pocket Projector is a boon for Android devices
The world of pico projectors is a strange one, actually. For starters, there are just way too few players in the market in order to make this a highly competitive segment such as the smartphone or tablet markets, and yet it is not that small either that the world is able to get by without the need for any micro or pico projectors. Granted, pico projectors do evolve at a far slower pace as opposed to the likes of smartphones and tablets, but there is a very good reason for that – simply because even large sized projectors do not experience quantum leaps in technological advancements all that frequently. Having said all of that, Lenovo, a name that most of us would associate with when it comes to computers and now, smartphones, have announced their new Lenovo Pocket Projector that claims to be able to project life anywhere via Android-powered devices.
The Lenovo Pocket Projector has been thought up of to be brilliantly convenient, where it should be able to surprise and delight media lovers who happen to be frustrated by their limited screen size, or basically would want to sit through an action packed movie in a larger-than-life entertainment experience. All in all, the Lenovo Pocket Projector is able to introduce a new dimension to watching and sharing content.
Using the Lenovo Pocket Projector is so simple, all that you need to do is to snap it onto a compatible Android device, where it will immediately be able to get to work, so to speak, by supersizing movies, photos or even business presentations as it projects them up to 110” on any wall or surface in low-light conditions. It also comes with a 50-lumen high contrast optical engine, where the projector will deliver colorful, vivid and bright images, and it automatically corrects for distortion as users can also rotate up to 90 degrees for the best views. This portable projector will also be able to deliver some decent sound, thanks to its integrated dual speakers. The asking price stands at $249 a pop.