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Articles tagged with: projector

Galaxy Beam, The PROJECTOR Phone Makes It To England…

Wish to watch your photos and videos on a bigger screen? How big can a Smartphone’s screen be? 5.5 inch? Is that how far the Smartphone’s screen can expand? No! With Samsung Beam you can get to watch your multimedia on a massive screen, a screen as big as 50 inch! Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Beam it is…

Smarphone Projector Made Possible Using Tiny Lens

Projector has become a necessity for businessmen and industrial leaders in order to present their latest product or service to their customers. The Pico Projector offered a lot of ease because it could be carried easily because of it’s small size and weight.

But no one ever thought or heard of a smartphone being used as a projector. Alps Electrical has made this possible by building a very tiny FLG3 series lens with the dimensions of 1mm x 1mm x 0.9mm making it one of the most tiny glass lenses ever built.

Sony Introduces New 3D Projector

Sony has recently shown us a new projector, the VPL-HW30ES 3D Projector (pictured top), that includes Sony’s latest lamp technology, a dynamic lamp control system, that has been designed to provide home movie fans with an “unrivaled 3D cinematic experience.”

The new 3D projector utilizes Sony’s proprietary High Frame Rate SXRD Panel, rocking a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and mastering a 70,000:1 contrast ratio, providing a brightness rating of 1,300lm.

Hitachi Unveils World’s Smallest Short-Focus Projector

Hitachi has announced today that the company will be adding two new members to the current short-focus projector lineup. The two new models, the CP-A300NJ and the CP-AW250NJ, represent Hitachi’s solution to build the world’s smallest and lightest short-focus projectors. Both devices weigh just over eight pounds and measure out to be W345×H85×D303mm.

The company claims that the CP-A300NJ can produce 80-inch pictures from 23cm away, and the CP-AW250NJ can produce the same massive image just 26cm away. The CP-A300NJ produces a 1024 x 768 resolution image with a brightness rating of 3,000 lumens.