Two More Tiny Pico Projectors Hit The Gadget Market

Posted: Mar 25 2009, 3:05am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:34pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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Tiny LED based Pico Projectors are set to become a commodity. Hong Kong based gadget shop Brando offers two new Pico Projectors. The Retro Cuboid Tiny Handheld Projector has a case that looks like I made it myself during my time at engineering school.
The Retro Cuboid features the usual specifications for LED projectors with VGA resolution, 200:1 contrast ratio, 15-48 inch screen size and AV In. Brando sells the Retro Cuboid projector for $219.

The second Pico Projector new at Brando is a bit more interesting. The so called Ultra Bright Tiny Hand-Held LED Projector features a built-in media player like the BeamBox Evolution R-1 aka Epoq HH07 we reported about yesterday.
The really tiny (105x58x15mm) LED projector features 1GB RAM, VGA resolution, 15-50 inch screen size, SD card slot and built-in battery with 50-90min. display time.
The image quality on this compact Pico Projector seems decent. The price of $469 is not a bargain also. More details on Brando. Shop for Pico Projectors on

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