AAXA recently made it known that its L1 laser-powered LCoS pico projector is ready to hit the market pretty soon, measuring an extremely diminutive 4″ x 2″ x 1″, relying on laser technology instead of a lamp that consumes more power and will burn out eventually. Another advantage of using laser would be doing away with the need to focus the picture alongside the capability of projecting it on curved surfaces. Rated at 20 lumens of brightness, you ought to be able to get a 50″ image at 800 x 600 resolution with the L1 LCoS pico projector. Other features include audio, photo and video format file support, 160MB of internal memory a USB port and a battery which has up to 90 minutes of runtime. The L1 will ship this February 12th, although you can place a pre-order for $599.
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