Favi Pico+ Smart Projector unveiled
Earlier this year, we did talk about the Favi Pico+ Projector with Miracast and Airplay Wireless display. The world is slowly but surely moving to the realm of being paperless and wireless, and it seems as though the latter is a whole lot more easy to achieve compared to the former. Well, Favi intends to continue surfing the technological wave all the more, by empowering users to break free from the hassle of wired projectors and take the completely wireless route thanks to their spanking new Favi Pico+ Smart Projector.
It looks like there must be a prefix “smart” thrown into the mix these days, in order to make a particular device as legitimate to go on sale in the market, or at the very least to make it palatable to consumers. Hopefully the Favi Pico+ Smart Projector will be able to live up to its billing, and as you continue reading about its hardware specifications and capabilities, I will leave it to you to draw your own conclusion.
The Favi Pico+ Smart Projector comes across as a lightweight, ultra-portable and it will boast of an integrated OS which will enable you to directly download and stream content straight from the device. This means the Pico+ Smart Projector would do away with the need for carrying a mobile device as well as additional hardware in order for it to provide content, making it easier to stream your favorite apps and videos to just about anywhere.
What used to be the domain of lecture halls, conference rooms and classrooms are now “cut free”, being able to see action in just about anywhere. The Favi Pico+ Smart Projector is tiny enough to function in most settings, and can be setup anywhere in order to have it stream content directly from the projector, your mobile device or computer – all without the hassle of a wired connection.
Running on Android 4.2.2, the Favi Pico+ Smart Projector can let you download media directly and run apps such as Netflix, DropBox, Skype, and others over in Google Play. It will also feature integrated Wi-Fi and can project up to 120”, has an LED lamp which boasts of up to 20,000 hours of lamp life and supports up to 1080p resolution, a built-in battery that allows up to 2 hours on continual use, and a price tag of $499 a pop