Most folks, when they throw their first glance at the EPICT EPP-100, would most probably think that this is just another pico projector. While the EPICT EPP-100 might be small in stature and has the capability to throw an image onto a screen or wall, it is much more than a pico projector. Nestled within its 2.7″ x 2.4″ x 2.2″ chassis lies the innards that power the Android operating system. In a nutshell, once you have gotten all of the other parts together like a mouse, keyboard and other relevant peripherals, the EPICT EPP-100 would be able to be used as a computer of sorts, letting you surf the Internet, check out YouTube videos, reply to your social network, and basically run any Android-powered app on your wall.
It is not meant to see action in a large hall, but would work best in a small room, although do expect it to lag from time to time since the processor running it happens to be an Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 dual-core processor, which will be accompanied by 512MB RAM and 4GB of internal memory, running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice. Good thing there is a microSD memory card slot that allows you to “enjoy” additional storage, while connectivity options include USB 2.0, microUSB, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The asking price? $221 a pop.
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