Published on April 28th,2010 at 4:44 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

Chinavasion Wi-Fi capable Pico Projector with wireless keyboard

Chinavasion CVOB-E72 Pico Projector

Chinavasion seem to offer us something pico in size but big in deeds. The CVOB-E72 is not only Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) capable but also runs on Linux 2.6.10 as well as coming with a wireless keyboard and a mini tripod . So just to assure you it is not just a projector but a portable mini computer in itself. It supports VOB, MPEG1/2/4 AVI, XVID video files, MP3, WMA, AAC audio files and JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP photo files. As to the storage media, it accepts SD card and USB. It is also equipped with an AV 3-in-1 jack making it possible for you to connect your analog A/V source. Other specs include 640 x 480 Pixel (VGA), 200:1 contrast ratio, 10 LM brightness, projection up to 70 inches and 1.5W speakers. Equipped with internal rechargeable li-ion battery, it promises working up to 3-4 hours (depending on use) with 4 hours of charge.

It is offered at $267.76.

              
Chinavasion Wi-Fi capable Pico Projector with wireless keyboardChinavasion Wi-Fi capable Pico Projector with wireless keyboard
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Comments
 

  • http://www.personalprojector.co.uk What Pico

    Nice idea but it means you’ve got to carry your laptop around with you all the time and its often quite difficult to get wireless streaming working even on high end projectors as there are a lot of incompatability problems which means your left with a giant remote control with a keyboard.

    Its a shame it doesnt have powerpoint, pdf viewers whcih would be far more useful or any MS Office docs support like the 3M Mpro 150.

    Its also only 10 lumens of brightness so doesnt compare well to the Adapt 305 which is the worlds brightest pocket projector. It doesnt seem to have standard VGA or HDMI connections either so if your laptop isnt compatible your going to be a bit stuck.

    Overall its the right direction but your sacrificing brightness for wifi which is not a great trade off for a personal projector.

  • http://www.szviewtech.com viewtech

    How much it is???who use

 

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