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AAXA Technologies P4 WiFi and P4-X Pico Projectors

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Continuing to move forward, AAXA Technologies has now introduced two new additions to its pico projector family: the P4 WiFi and the P4-X.

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MWC 2012: Samsung Galaxy Beam Projector Phone Has “6GB RAM”

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Samsung is expected to come out with a lot of exciting products at MWC 2012. But their newly unveiled Galaxy Beam handset might not impress you when it comes to the specs, although it has one trick up its sleeve. The device features a built-in pico projector.

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CES: First Hands-On CTX MiSEETX Micro-Computer Projects iPhone 4

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wanted to project your iPhone 4 66-inches across your ceiling? It's now possible with the new MISEETX. But that's just one small function for the world's first fully integrated micro-computer. It also boasts pretty much every input and output port you would ever need, a Intel Atom 1.6 GHz, 66-inch HD Pico projector using DLP, along with a touch screen, Wifi, and a "Virtual Laser Keyboard" which is as responsive as it is cool.

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Review: AAXA P4 Pico Pocket Projector Embeds Windows CE

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The AAXA P4 is being touted as the world's brightest battery-powered pico projector. There may be brighter, but they need external power sources. In the case of the P4, you get an impressive 80 lumen LED light engine to go along with that DLP projector. This gives you up to an 80-inch image, which is easily big enough for most boardrooms.

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Brookstone Issues iPhone 4 Pocket Projector Accessory

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Yes, your Apple iPhone 4 may be a pretty cool little product, but it's not exactly conducive to sharing your experience with those around you. Well, this relatively simple idea from Texas Instruments and Brookstone should help with that. Say hello to the Pocket Projector.

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AAXA Tech P4 is world’s brightest battery-powered pico projector

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Pico projectors are pretty nifty little objects, but most of them end up being too dim or too weak to be practical under most conditions. Things are about to light up, though, thanks to the newly released P4 Pico Projector from AAXA Technologies.

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Fujitsu LifeBook Notebook swaps Optical Drive for Pico Projector

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When was the last time that you really needed a DVD drive on your computer? What about a CD-ROM? Even Blu-ray Disc drives aren't all that useful anymore, since we're shoving everything onto USB flash drives and downloading things from the Internet. So, Fujitsu is making better use of that space.

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Apple Pico Projector Patent uses Lasers: LaserBooks Coming Soon?

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We've seen plenty of pico projector technologies surfacing as of late, and with the introduction of pico lasers, they may now be up to Apple's standards. This new patent recently surfaced over at Picopros, it shows the Apple patent entitled, "Display System Having Coherent and Incoherent Light Sources." That's not as sexy as the sounds of MacBook or PowerMac, but i'm sure Apple is working on the name if and when this gets released.

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Sceptre Luna MP3 Player Packs Pico Projector Too

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They seem to be putting these pico projector things in all sorts of products these days. We've already seen them in digital cameras, for example, and now they're infiltrating the portable media player market too with the Sceptre Luna.

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Aaxa Technologies P1 Jr. Pico Projector Reviewed

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Pico projector's are relatively new to consumers. They haven't gained a widespread adoption yet, simply because not many people can imagine the possibilities of carrying one around. At nearly anytime and anyplace you can pull up a 50" screen on a wall and begin presenting, displaying or projecting a video.

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Blue laser diode makes pico projectors with virtual touchscreens possible

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Pico projectors haven't quite reached the tipping point just yet, but that could be because they're not quite good enough either. Opnext wants to push the pico revolution over the edge and they're doing it with the first in a family of blue laser diodes planned for development.

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Nikon DSLR patent shoves pico projector in the back

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The world of DSLRs is largely dominated by the two juggernauts in the field: Nikon and Canon. Yes, there are definitely other alternatives, but these are the two biggest dogs in the yard. So, what can Nikon do to separate itself from Canon? How about a pico projector?

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Hot embossing technique produces new microlens arrays for pico projectors

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Having a big touchscreen really isn't cutting the mustard anymore and that's why you're starting to see more of a push toward pico projectors. As adoption increases, so will innovation and that's what we're seeing today with a new "hot embossing technique" devised by the Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology in Germany.

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BenQ DV S11 pocket camcorder shoots 1080p, projects with pico

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For most intents and purposes, you could probably say that the Flip line of digital camcorders from Cisco is still the dominant force in that particular niche. That's not to say other companies aren't trying to carve out their own slice of the video-recording pie, though, and the latest of this bunch is the BenQ DV S11. Its biggest selling point: a pico projector.

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Cinemin Slice pico projector iPad dock

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This means that you can dock your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad and it'll beam the appropriate image onto a blank surface for you. If said blank surface is about ten feet away, you get a resulting image of up to sixty inches.

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