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June 7, 2008

Aiptek's PocketCinema V10 Mini Projector: Yet Another Projector That'll Fit In Your Pocket

aiptex projector-218-85.jpgMini-projectors seems to be popping out left, front, and center these days. Lately you've seen the Earth Trek 90-805R and an ASUS laptop with an embedded projector. Now Aiptek's unveiled the PocketCinema V10, which utilizes 3M projection technology to output a 50-inch image wherever you go. Usable for projecting both images and video, the PocketCinema V10 supports JPEG, ASF, AVI, and MPEG-2 image/video codecs and has 1 GB of internal memory, a built-in speaker, and a 3-in-1 multicard reader compatible with SD, MMC, and MS Pro cards. If you happen to have images or video on your cellphone or iPod, you can transfer them over to the V10 and it'll project those too. Pricing details and availability dates? No can do yet, those details haven't been released. But stay tuned and we'll let you know as soon as we do.

Via techradar

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Sunview PMP Pico-Projector Heading For Taiwan

fd_sc(2).jpgThe world's first portable media player with a built-in pico-projector is in the news again. This time it's headed for Taiwanese shelves in the 3rd quarter of this year, not quite the "head for North America" news we've been waiting for. The Sunview PMPP is a Windows CE portable device with a pretty weak 5 lumen pico-projector with VGA resolution. But there has to be a tradeoff between portability and picture quality somewhere. Powered by a 400 MHz Samsung process, the Sunview PMPP features a 3.5-inch QVGA LCD screen and an SD/MMC card slot to give its meager 64MB internal memory a boost. If it does hit North American shores in the future, we hope its US $500-$600 pricetag comes down a little.

Via CNET Asia

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June 5, 2008

ASUS Adds A Projector To A Laptop

asus_proj0(2).jpgIt's seemed in the last year or so that the big trend in the projector industry has been portability. And by portable we mean ultra portable, with projection technology being integrated into cellphones, shrunk to a size that easily fits into your pants pocket, and now built right into a laptop. That's right, at Computex over in Taiwan ASUS has unveiled a new notebook with a built-in projector mounted on the top of the display which rotates and swivels so it can be tucked in when it comes time to close the lid. Definite business applications here.

Via PC Perspective

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projectiondesign's F10AS3D The World's First Active 3D Stereoscopic DLP Projector, F80 WUXGA DLP 3-Chip Has The Highest Resolution Around

F30(2).jpgHigh-end projector maker, projectiondesign, will be showcasing an impressive array of DLP projectors at the upcoming InfoComm show in Las Vegas. The definite showstopper will be the F10 AS3D single-chip DLP projector, so far the only high resolution active stereoscopic 3D projector on the market. The F10 AS3D has SXGA+ 1080p compatibility, a 120 Hz refresh rate, BrilliantColor and RealColor technology and IR remote control. The brand new F80 WUXGA 3-chip DLP projector is set to be the highest resolution 3-chip projector available, with a 1920 x 1200 pixel count and projectiondesign's new Advanced Color Optical Processing technology that calibrates images for the best picture quality possible The F80 also features an enhancement to the projector's dynamic contrast that the company claims surpasses all other 3-chip projectors as well.
AS3D.jpgTwo more WUXGA projectors, the F10 and F30, will see North American shores for the first time. The F10 not only has a choice of WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution, but also 1080p, plus a range of lens options and RealColor. The F30 has both resolution options, or an SXGA+ option, plus six different lens options, and both BrilliantColor and RealColor technologies.

Via CEPro

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May 31, 2008

Sanyo PLC-XC55, PLC-XC50 Portable Projectors Hitting The US In July, Half The Price Of Companion Japanese Projectors

sanyo-plc-xc50-1(2).jpgIt's not too often that a company will announce a Japanese electronics product launch and a companion American launch in one week, but that's what Sanyo has done this week with the announcement of their PLC-XC55 (LP-XC55 in Japan) and PLC-XC50 (LP-XC50 in Japan) projectors. This Sunday we told you about their upcoming Japanese launch in mid-July, and it turns out this pair of portables will be coming to the US in July as well. Not only are they bright, putting out 3100 and 2600 lumens respectively, they also feature nearly maintenance-free filters, dubbed Active Maintenance Filters, and some nifty security features to deter thieves. They'll project up to 720p/1080i resolution using either DVI-I or component video inputs, or if you go the standard-def route will use composite and S-video connections instead. The best part about the upcoming US release by far is the price. In Japan the PLC-XC55 will have a US$3537 sticker while the PLC-XC50 will have a US$3029 price tag. American buyers are only looking at paying about half the price: the PLC-XC55 and PLC-XC50 will be priced at $1995 and $1495 respectively.

Via Electronista

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May 30, 2008

Hitachi CP-X450J LCD Projector Launches For Business Use June In Japan

hitachi(2).jpgHitachi's CP-X450J is the company's latest LCD projector, with of course, a Japanese release date of June 10, 2008. The 1024x768 resolution projector uses a 230 Watt UHB lamp to produce 3500 lumens of brightness, comes with a zoom lens that can be adjusted both manually and automatically and features auto-correction for vertical picture distortion. Destined for business use, the CP-X450J has a template function that gives the user the option of surrounding the projected picture with four different borders-black with white borders, white with black borders, a black and white grid, and black with white plotting. Definitely a handy feature for business users displaying graphs and charts as part of a presentation.

Dynamic and cinema projection modes adjust the brightness level depending on the environment and type of content and a quiet mode reduces the projector's noise level to 30 decibels. Other features include a two-tier electrostatic filter that reduces the filter cleaning interval from 400 hours to 2000 hours, 10 Watt mono speaker output, and a Quick Start feature that powers up the projector in only 7 seconds. Connection options are pretty vast with both RGB analog inputs and outputs, component, composite, and S-video jacks, RCA and stereo mini audio outputs, RS-232C control and a USB slot for the mouse. The Hitachi CP-X450J LCD projector has a price set at 399, 000 Yen, about $3785 US.

Via Aving

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May 26, 2008

Earth Trek's 90-805R Mini Projector The World's Smallest Non-Embedded Projector

90_805R_Mini_Projector_1(2).jpgNot quite a picoprojector but small nevertheless, Earth Trek's 90-805R Mini projector measures in at 105x58x25mm and weighs only 160 grams. Small enough to fit in your pocket, the 90-805R Mini can project a 22-inch diagonal image and somehow has enough room to stuff in an SD/T-Flash card slot, a lithium ion battery, a speaker, and an MP4 player.

Via Akihabara News

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May 25, 2008

Sanyo LP-XC55 and LP-XC50 With Active Maintenance Filter Get Japanese July Launch

LP_XC55_1(2).jpgIf you happen to live in Japan, as we know most of our readers don't, come July 11th you'll be able to get your hands on two new projectors from Sanyo. The 3100 lumen LP-XC55 and the 2600 lumen LP-XC50 portable projectors feature Sanyo's Active Maintenance Filter which automatically senses when airflow is obstructed by dust and prompts you to change the filter. Of course the filter system and projector design minimizes dust build-up, so filter changes aren't necessary as frequently as most models. A Security Bar that allows 11 millimeter thick security wires, which Sanyo claims is a theft-deterrent. Both feature built-in 7 Watt speakers and an auto setup function which automatically detects signal sources. The usual connectivity options are available including a DVI-I digital interface and the lamp can be changed through an easy-access panel, even when roof-mounted. Finally, the new Sanyo projectors utilize a Color Board Mode which will project onto red, green, blue, and yellow surfaces.

Via Akihabara News

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May 16, 2008

3LCD Front Projection Tops In United States

logo.jpgFor the fourth year in a row, 3LCD front projection technology is the Q1 market leader in the United States. With a 54% market share thanks to gains by Sony, Epson, Hitachi and Sanyo, 3LCD leads in the XGA and SVGA segments in the pro market and 1080p segment in the home theater market. 3LCD projection technology is quickly becoming the market leader, utilizing a 3-chip optical engine to process and output a full spectrum of colors with no rainbow effect and a solid-state design that eliminates mechanical issues by minimizing the use of moving parts.

Via PRNewswire

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May 12, 2008

Epson EX90 Ultrabright Business Projector: HDTV Ready And Featuring 3 LCD Technology

epson-ex90-1.jpgIntroducing Epson's EX90 ultrabright projector, built specifically for high-impact presentations, and featuring 2600 lumens of brightness, XGA resolution and 3-Chip LCD technology. Requiring virtually no start-up time, the EX90 can project a welcome screen only 5 seconds after the power button is pressed. And once a presentation is done, Epson's Instant Off allows the six-pound portable projector to be packed up and hauled off without any cool-off time. The EX90 is flexible enough to bring home too after the business day is done, allowing you to watch high-definition video (up to 720p/1080i) via a bunch of connectivity options. A 1.2x zoom lens makes sure the EX90 can project a clear image from both far and short distances, further clarified by auto keystone correction. Including a 2-year limited warranty and plenty of technical support assistance, the Epson EX90 multimedia business projector will set you back $899.

Via About Projectors

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