PhoneSuit Brings Android to Lightplay Mobile Projector
Android, recently have began to trying to come up with more technology doesn’t just have to be smartphones and tablets which connects to TVs and cameras. PhoneSuit looks to bring the power of Google’s mobile OS to a compact and portable projector. The Lightplay, the new Android device, is almost like a pico projector and an Android tablet combined. Instead of the touch screen that the tablet has to offer, the images are projected onto the walls, and motion sensors remote control handles navigation duties.
The projector produces images at 1024 x 600 pixel resolution and claims at 50 ANSI lumens rating, which is relatively low compared to dedicated projectors. Although, the specs aren’t as great, it is extremely small at 4.9×2.9×1.4 inches and weighs 8.11 ounces at a price of $499. Its small portable size makes it easy to carry around while the bigger projector is more difficult.
The lightplay mobile projector also looks very similar to the P3 released by AAXA in January. They are using an Android platform over the closed platform the P3 uses. Not only do these products look alike, they have similar features as well. It produces images at 1024 x 600 pixel resolution and claims at 50 ANSI lumens as well. Its size is 4.6×2.6×1.4, which is identical, and it’s all for the price of $269. AAXA’s product is almost exactly similar to Android’s Lightplay Mobile Projector, but at a lower cost, which comes the conclusing. Is the Android name worth the extra cost over the P3 from AAXA?
It does seem like most portable/mobile companies are slowly adapting to the new technological advances and pico-like devices seems like the new age technology!
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