Macomb Township, Mich. –
has introduced two LED-based
mini projectors, targeted at consumers, educational institutions and business
Both models have an LED lamp life of 20,000 hours and will
project images up to 100 inches measured diagonally.
Also included in each unit are built-in speakers, a headphone
jack, Mini USB input and MicroSD/SDHC connectivity, Favi said.
The B1-LED-PICO measures 5-inches by 3 inches by 1 inch, weighs 8
ounces and is designed specifically for business and education users. It features native SVGA resolution (800 by 600
pixels) and VGA input (RGB).
It includes internal memory capacity of up to 4GB and uses an
expandable MicroSD card slot for additional storage options.
The E1-LED-PICO measures 4.5 inches by 2.4 inches by 1 inch,
weighs four ounces, and is targeted at consumers and general uses. It will
carry a $297 suggested retail when it ships on July 12.
It offers VGA native resolution of 640 by 480 pixels and includes
RGB LED technology for more vivid colors in photos and videos over standard
LED-based Pico projectors, Favi said.
Powered by an AC adapter or four AA batteries (up to four hours
of consecutive use), the E1-LED-PICO offers a three-level brightness control
setting that maximizes battery efficiency.