Items tagged with Projector

If there is one thing that display and projector makers have figured out, it's that people like to play games on cutting edge hardware. And just as big screen TVs often tout gaming amenities, so do some projectors, like BenQ's upgraded X3000i. The latest variant, unveiled at CES earlier this year and heavily marketed... Read more...
Epson has a new flagship laser projector, the Pro Cinema 4K Pro-UHD LS12000, and as its name implies it's capable of throwing a 4K image. What may not be as obvious, however, is exactly how it goes about delivering 4K content or what other features it boasts, including ones that gamers will find desirable. Like dual... Read more...
When I think of freestyle, rapping comes to mind (not me personally, but artists like Marshall Mathers). Or at least I did before today. Samsung today unveiled The Freestyle, a portable projector that's shaped like a smart speaker, because it's also one of those. Oh, and it can splash some ambient light into a room as... Read more...
One of the most memorable scenes in all of science fiction films is the scene in the original Star Wars movie where Luke first sees the holographic projection of Princess Leia while trying to clean R2-D2. Many fans of that film have been waiting for decades for a similar projection system to launch. Physicists have... Read more...
If you have never used a projector, you might not know the challenge it can be to get things set up properly. Often to get a big 150-inch image on the wall, you need a giant room with plenty of distance from the wall to throw that image. LG has announced that it will be showing off a new compact and very easy to set... Read more...
Razer CES 2017 announcements just keep rolling in. The company recently revealed that Razer Chroma, its flagship lighting technology, will now be available to third parties. Razer Chroma news, however, does not just stop there. Razer also announced that it is working on “Project Ariana”, the world’s first video... Read more...
Who knew keyboards could be so exciting? Hot on the heels of KFC’s Tray Typer comes a decidedly cooler keyboard from Lenovo. The company used the spotlight at Tech World today to announce the Smart Cast smartphone, which has a projector that can create a virtual keyboard on just about any surface. Tell me that isn’t... Read more...
These are the days of form factors. The PC market is changing rapidly as tablets supplant some laptops, new players such as the Chromebook disrupt the old WIntel model, and innovations in processors and graphics allow for ever-smaller PCs such as Intel’s NUC. Here’s a new one for you: a tiny NUC-style PC that doubles as a video... Read more...
These are the days of form factors. The PC market is changing rapidly as tablets supplant some laptops, new players such as the Chromebook disrupt the old WIntel model, and innovations in processors and graphics allow for ever-smaller PCs such as Intel’s NUC. Here’s a new one for you: a tiny NUC-style PC that doubles as a video... Read more...
Well, here's an idea I hadn't considered before. Because most tablets don't offer the ability to plug in an external display, sharing what's on your screen with others usually involves passing the tablet around. Obviously, this isn't too ideal for something like an office meeting, where slides are being shown. But... Read more...
Mitsubishi may have wound down its production of laser-based rear-projection television, but lasers are clearly too stylish to leave the display industry completely. LG has just let slip a new Hecto laser TV projector, which is set to make its official debut in just days at CES 2013. Reportedly, the rectangular black box will be able to produce... Read more...
There are consumer projectors of nearly every shape and size and for a myriad of purposes. From big, feature-rich monsters ideal for large home theaters to tiny pico projectors (which can now be found in some smartphones), there are projectors available now that let users display photos or video for a small audience almost anywhere. In the... Read more...
There are consumer projectors of nearly every shape and size and for a myriad of purposes. From big, feature-rich monsters ideal for large home theaters to tiny pico projectors (which can now be found in some smartphones), there are projectors available now that let users display photos or video for a small audience almost... Read more...
Roku's Streaming Stick is about to get even more powerful. The USB thumb drive, which plugs into an MHL port and gives your television all sorts of new abilities, will soon be able to plug into something else: a 3M projector. It's the first product announced to truly work in concert with the Streaming Stick, dubbed... Read more...
ViewSonic wants the HD projector to be something that isn’t just for enthusiasts--in the press release below, the company pitches it as something for “professionals to pitch a business opportunity, for teachers to present multimedia, or for entertainment in the living room”--and it apparently believes it’s on to something... Read more...
Acer’s new ultraportable pico projector is indeed a pocket-sized device at just 4.72 x 3.23 x 1 inches (WxDxH), and it weighs less than half a pound. Designed as a companion for a notebook, The little guy can run off of a USB port (with support for USB 3.0) for convenience or from AC power when a brighter display is required. Any Acer... Read more...
One of the biggest issues with home theater projectors is dealing with ambient light, which makes a lot of projectors less than ideal for upstairs living rooms and better suited for basement home theaters without windows. Acer’s H6500 home theater projector is designed to produce good color fidelity even in... Read more...
This just might be one of the wildest new devices to land in 2012. In a world of evolutionary things, the BryteWerks line of high-def digital projectors is truly unique. They're aiming to create a new market, and they seem well on their way. The BryteWerks Model One line of Intel Core CPU-based digital projectors... Read more...
File this one in the "weird, but I'll take it!" category. QP Optoelectronics has just announced that it will be showcasing its novel LightPad product at CES 2012, but it's the functionality that's so impressive. It uses a patent-pending tech and user interface to connect your smartphone to an 11" screen, which expands... Read more...
Runco. Heard of 'em? If so, you're probably well aware that it's a company that rarely comes out with anything in the "affordable" price range. The company has historically focused on the high-end, and for the most part, have found their products in the homes of those willing to drop thousands of dollars on an HD projector. If you're looking... Read more...
Pico projectors haven't exactly had the easiest time gaining ground. They're still around, sure, and new ones are still coming out, but they haven't been the second-coming of mobility in the same way that super-power smartphones and tablets have. That said, Microvision is moving in the right direction, adding an HDMI output to their newest... Read more...
Earlier in the week, The Boston Globe reported that some cinemas were not using Sony's 4K projectors properly when showing 2D content, noting that the amount of light and color could be drastically reduced if a 3D projector were not tuned for 2D performance. Boy, that made Sony all kinds of angry. The company wasted no time responding to the... Read more...
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