PhoneSuit has just announced their latest projector known as the Lightplay, and what makes this projector more special than others in the market would be the fact that it runs on Google’s Android operating system. The Lightplay handheld media projector could be said to create a totally new niche device, where it is something of a cross between an Android-powered tablet and a pico projector. Thanks to the Google Play marketplace that is available on the majority of Android-powered devices, one is able to gain access to a slew of apps, movies and content that you can play on any projectable surface.
The Lightplay comes with a 1GHz processor that is accompanied by 8GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi connectivity and a rechargeable battery. It can project a high resolution display of up to 80 inches diagonal across majority of the surfaces out there, where a wireless keyboard and motion controller with 3 axis gyroscope technology is also thrown into the mix to help you enjoy a better user experience. You can place a pre-order for the Lightplay, where it will cost you $499, with shipping expected to commence from November 1st onwards.
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