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AAXA L1 LCoS pico projector

02/05/2010, 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...

Opus Microsystems open talks with Sony

02/03/2010, Opus Microsystems and Sony could come together in the future, with the latter having plans to design an in-house pico-projector module that should see action in digital still cameras thanks to Opus’ scanning mirror chips. If that collaboration comes...

Syndiant offers high resolution pico projector

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] Syndiant is currently showing off a prototype pico projector that throws out images in 1,024 x 600 resolution, coming in a size that can fit into just about any shirt pocket. It was developed in partnership with Hong Kong’s ASTRI R&D...

3M MPro150 pocket projector

01/06/2010, [CES 2010] 3M’s MPro150 pocket projector ups the ante when it comes to highly portable projectors (we’re talking pocket-sized here), where it merges a host of applications into a single device that targets the businessperson who is always...

RoyalTek RPJ-2000 pico projector

12/28/2009, RoyalTek’s maiden entry into the pico projector market has resulted in the RPJ-2000, where this standalone projector sans internal memory will rely on 3M’s 2nd-generation LCoS engine. Out in Taiwan and Europe, this model has received the go...

Pico projector wireless game gun

12/11/2009, Redneck Techie has a vision – to make a pico projector wireless game gun, and this vision has finally been realized courtesy of Microvision’s efforts. Check out the video above and you’ll see why – the controller enables gamers to...

LG eXpo Delayed For AT&T

12/09/2009, Those of you who have been patiently waiting for the pico projector-touting LG eXpo to show up on AT&T are in for a spot of bad news. It seems that the phone has been delayed due to some shipping issues. The good news is that it should only be delayed...

LG Pico Projector Uses Windows Mobile Too

11/30/2009, The LG eXpo seems to have been taken in by AT&T, as it will be launching in December for $199 after a mail-in rebate and 2-year contract. In case you’ve forgotten, it has a 1GHz CPU, 3.2-inch touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera, microSD card slot,...

Sparkz projector dock

11/10/2009, Sparkz offers a different kind of iPhone/iPod dock, especially when it comes with a built-in pico projector that allows you to share your favorite movies and video clips with others without having to make them squint. Features include a A/V and VGA...

3M MPro120 pico projector

10/06/2009, [CEATEC 2009] The 3M Pico projector is not only cute, but it can also display a 640 x 480 image ranging in size from 8” to 50”, depending on the distance to the screen. It’s not very much, but it can scale an incoming video signal down,...

Optoma PK-102 pico projector

09/13/2009, Optoma, a name that gained more attention recently thanks to the release of their pico projector has upped the ante with the new PK-102 pico projector which will succeed the current PK-101. It will rely on DLP technology just like its predecessor,...

DP2000 pico projector

09/08/2009, The DP2000 is a pico projector that is powered by the Window CE operating system, and hails from a factory in China. Interestingly enough, it even comes with a mousepad that allows you to control its operating system, while a USB port allows you to hook...

Epoq EPP-CEP1 pico projector

08/27/2009, Epoq’s latest foray into the pico projector industry resulted in the EPP-CEP1 that comes with Windows CE 5.0 loaded inside, featuring a trackpad right on top of the projector itself, enabling it to power native Word, PowerPoint, Excel and PDF...

3M MPro120 mini projector

08/26/2009, 3M’s second generation MPro120 mini projector aims to up the ante in this department by releasing the new MM200 projection engine within, potentially turning this into the first decent pico projector in the market for everyone. After all, it does...