BeamBox Evolution R-1 Projector Is So Small

Posted: Mar 30 2009, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:38pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

BeamBox Evolution R-1 Projector is so small
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If like me you love your gadgets to be on the small size but packed with features then you're going to love the latest release from Beambox.

The Evolution R-1 pocket projector is a sexy, sleek projector that will fit into the palm of your hand. Weighing in at 175g, which is no more than your ipod it will comfortably fit into your pocket or briefcase. The best thing about it is that it has no wires. It has a built in battery that will last 90 minutes when running video continuously and has 1GB built in flash memory, which is then further supported by Micro SD slot for up to a further 4GB of memory. With 30 lumens of brightness, which is twice as bright as similar projectors the R-1 can project a distance of 40” at 1.5 metres and up to 100” above. Resolution is a whopping 640x480 VGA via its Lcos Chip and using an LED bulb means you get approximately 30,000 hours of life expectancy.


Available for pre-order for general release on 1st April 2009
Via the Beambox site.

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