Lenovo Reveals 4-Inch, 480p Pocket Projector

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Following its strong showing at CES 2015 back in January, Lenovo has revealed its new Pocket Projector at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The device is 4 inches squared, with a height of about an inch, and the 50 lumen projector can project 480p video up to a width of 110 inches, with a rotation angle of 90o. Content can be streamed wirelessly to the device, and it also supports microSD cards with a capacity of up to 32GB. It is powered by microUSB, has a 2.5 hour battery life, and built-in stereo speakers, though it also features a 3.5mm audio output.

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The Pocket Projector supports DLNA and Miracast, so works with Android, Windows, and iOS devices. It goes on sale later this month, priced $249.

Source: Android Authority

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One Response to “Lenovo Reveals 4-Inch, 480p Pocket Projector”
  1. Kishin Ro says:

    Just what I’v been looking for. The MicroSD card slot, however, if possible, should located on the other side so that you don’t have to rotate the body every time you insert or remove your card.

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