Two new models of miniature projectors from Philips

PPX2230 Two new models of miniature projectors from PhilipsPhilips announced that it completed its range of miniature projectors with two new models more compact, staying in a pocket, “Philips PicoPix PPX 2230″ and “PPX 2330.”

Measuring 96.7 x 54 x 22 mm to 130 g, these two new pocket projectors emphasize autonomy. They integrate a battery to do this, a speaker and a media player, and therefore depend on any other device.

The actual projection uses DLP technology and LED, a combination of delivering an image resolution of 640 x 460 pixels and a brightness of 30 lumens modest, for a contrast ratio of 1500:1. The throw ratio of 1.6:1 is used to project an image of 1.5 m diagonally from just over 2 m distance, including a wall of yellow, pink, green or blue, using a compensation function.

Both models have the distinction of offering the “USB QuickLink” materialized in this case by two USB ports, one host and one slave, who form a wrist strap when not in use.
philips picopix 2230 Two new models of miniature projectors from Philips
They boarded a media player that can decode the video in full HD 1080p H.264 or Motion JPEG to MKV, MP4, MOV or AVI, audio to MP3 or WAVE (but unfortunately not AAC) and JPEG photos from an storage media connected to the USB host (USB stick as a camera), a microSDHC card or internal memory of 2GB, which is accessed via the USB slave. It also helps recharge the battery, which offers a range of 1 h from 30 to 30 lumens, or 2 hours maximum.

The “PicoPix 2330″ differs in this respect by offering a “direct video connection,” to distribute any content from an iPhone or other mobile device via the USB slave.
The “Philips PicoPix PPX 2230″ and “PPX 2330″ will be marketed in France in April for 250 and 280 euros respectively.

Pico PPX2330 Two new models of miniature projectors from Philips




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