Pico projectors haven’t yet caught on in a big way, but there seems to be enough market demand to warrant a new model being released from time to time. AAXA Technologies has just introduced its M1 Limited model, making it the brightest pico projector from the company to date. While there was an improvement in terms of brightness to 75 ANSI lumens, the resolution remains the same at SVGA (800 x 600 pixels) alongside a 1,000:1 contrast ratio. LED lamps were utilized in the M1 Limited, running for up to 15,000 hours before requiring a replacement. Interestingly enough, the M1 Limited is able to create images up to 100” diagonally, while featuring USB support, an SD memory card slot and 1GB of internal memory. You can place a pre-order for $299. Pico projectors tend to remain in no man’s land, where it is still viewed as a novelty by some quarters even until this day.
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