August 16, 2013, 09:26
On the market there are a lot of portable projectors that can work without connecting to a computer or smartphone , but EPICT EPP-100 sets itself apart from the competition the ability to run mobile applications . The device projects the image with a resolution of 800×480 pixels and a diagonal of 80 “as well as the operating system is a platform Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
maximum brightness of 35 lumens pico projector. EPICT EPP-100 is based on a dual-core processor Allwinner A20, Mali 400 graphics accelerator, MP2, and 512 MB of RAM. The manufacturer claims to support playback Full HD-video, users can set up clients popular streaming services that are available for download in the online store Google Play. It is also worth noting the presence of built-in storage with a capacity of 4 GB, slot for memory cards micro-SD with a maximum capacity of 32 GB, wireless modules Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth. Communication features new items are interface USB 2.0, 3,5-mm input for connecting headphones , micro-USB port and a connector to charge the battery (battery life is not reported).On
EPICT EPP-100 is already open for pre-order for $ 221, and the first deliveries will begin pikoproektorom August 21, 2013.
Earlier edition THG has published an overview of stereo Intro SW703, which is representative of a new class audio devices. In fact, it is a common wireless audio system, except that it is not as usual – from one column that combines a pair of stereo speakers and two separate columns. The advantages of this solution is not only ergonomic, but also sound. “Bonus” Intro SW703 feature is the ability of speakers separately. Read more about this in the article “ Intro SW703 : Overview wireless stereo”.
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