Projector phones aren’t exactly the most common devices out there, and we do think that it will remain as a niche market for some time to come until technology catches up. Still, that doesn’t mean that progress in this department should stop, which is why the diminutive Micron V100 LCOS projector is rather interesting. Measuring all of 33 x 31 x 12mm, it will pump out five lumens of light at a resolution of 320 x 240, running on just 1.5 watts of juice. This is made possible thanks to an integrated circuitry which will handle all the processing loads, so there isn’t any need to drain the mobile processor even further. No idea on when will it hit the market and for how much, but a higher resolution would certainly be more than welcome. No, in fact it should be made a pre-requisite.
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