FAVI Entertainment Debuts Ultra-Bright LED Pocket Projector


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I like mini-projectors but they seem so expensive. Then again if you look at their full-sized counterparts then they’re relatively cheap. FAVI is a company that I’ve never heard of but they’ve just come out with a decent spec’d pocket projector with a price of $349. The E3-LED-PICO uses LEDs for light and has a resolution of 654×480 at 16:9 aspect ratio. It weighs in at 8 ounces and has a brightness of 50 lumens.

 

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FAVI Entertainment, a leading provider of digital projection and visual display products, today announced a new ultra-bright LED pocket projector developed specifically for gaming, home theater and business travel applications. The new E3-LED-PICO, engineered with DLP technology, features a native widescreen resolution and internal speakers which offer best-in-class sound.

The E3-LED-PICO contains a powerful LED lamp, a redesigned media player with improved video compatibility and playback for entertainment/home theater use. The E3-LED-PICO is particularly ideal for video game enthusiasts who want to project a multiplayer match on an entire wall for the ultimate gaming experience. For business applications, the E3-LED-PICO supports video over USB for displaying employee PC desktops, and has support for displaying PDF and PPT files.

Boasting a powerful 50 lumens lamp, the E3-LED-PICO features a WVGA native resolution (854×480) for images up to 110 inches. An integrated rechargeable battery enables up to two solid hours of operating time in economy mode. This operating time can be extended by plugging the projector into an active USB port to maintain a constant charge. The E3-LED-PICO also features 128MB of internal memory as well as a SD/SDHC/MMC card slot (up to 32GB).

Features of the FAVI E3-LED-PICO Projector:

  • Optical technology: DLP
  • Light source: LED
  • Native resolution: WVGA (854×480)
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Brightness: 50 lumens
  • Contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • Weight: 8 ounces
  • Internal Memory: 128 MB
  • Video over USB support (Windows XP/Vista/7 only)
  • Integrated rechargeable battery
  • Support for charging via USB
  • Accessories Included: Remote control, carrying case, tripod, user guide, power cable (with international plug adapter kit), mini USB cable, female USB adapter (project images and video directly from flash drive)

Available now, the E3-LED-PICO is priced at $349.00 and can be purchased exclusively at favientertainment.com and retailace.com. In addition to projectors, FAVI Entertainment offers a full line of LCD/LED televisions, projector screens and accessories. To learn more, please visit: http://www.favientertainment.com.

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