Tiny Windows CE Pico Projector EPOQ EPP-CEP1 Unveiled

Posted: Aug 27 2009, 2:54am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:57pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

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Pocket-sized Pico Projectors are nothing new, but the EPOQ EPP-CEP1 has something interesting inside. The EPOQ EPP-CEP1 Pico Projector runs Windows CE on a Samsung ARM 9 Core 2442 at 400MHz.
This means you can directly carry and display Microsoft Office and PDF documents on the time device. The CEP1 is making you independent from a PC or Notebook.
The EPOQ CEP1, you can project images up to 50 inches onto any surface with a VGA resolution.
This Pico projector is operated with the touch pad located on the unit's top side. Moreover, it offers a USB host, allowing you to plug in a mouse and keyboard into the CEP1's USB ports, so users can easily control the operation of a computer.

Other features of this Windows CE Pico Projector include 64MB NAND flash, 64MB SDRAM, SD card slot, 4 hour battery life, 10 lumens brightness, and USB port.
Measurements of the CEP1 are 138.5 x 58.5 X 25 mm and the weight is 168g.
The CEP1 Pico Projector is selling for #59.95 on Epoq's Gadget Craver Site.

Soon we will have a projector in a wristwatch or jewelry, I am sure. Nikon already has a projector in the new hot Nikon S1000pj.

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