Anything happening at Mobile World Congress 2015, the largest mobile industry trade show of the year? Lots, apparently. We round up the key news and some interesting sights at the show floors. Enjoy and see you next year.
Lenovo has just announced three new products for consumers – a 2-in1 camera smartphone device, an Android smartphone with Dolby Atmos support, and a compact Pocket Projector gives you up to a 110” projected display.
For traveling professionals looking for a super-compact projector to bring around, ASUS has just updated its portable LED projector portfolio with a couple of new high brightness models.
To overcome the current bigwigs of the projector market, LG intends to focus on projectors using LED light sources, as well as the B2C market.
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Sony's new 4K ultra-short throw laser light source VPL-GTZ1 projector has finally debuted in Singapore, and features the ability to project high-resolution images of up to 147" from a mere throw distance of zero inches its edge.
Sporting brightness of 3,200 to 4,000 ANSI lumens, each of these six projectors comes with a 1.7x zoom lens, horizontal and vertical keystone corrections, and a variety of connectivity options.
Epson aims to maintain its projector market share leadership with brighter and enhanced interactive models
Following the launch of the world's first 3LCD, touch-enabled interactive projector, the EB-595Wi, in May this year, Epson will be progressively rolling out strategic new products and updated models over the next five years. Here are a few that are arriving this month.
The new projectors come with DLP BrilliantColor technology and a long lamp life span of about 6,000 hours. Of the five models announced, two are short throw models.
The compact PW700 LED projector will be available in key European markets starting in September, followed by countries in Asia and the Middle East in October.