Lenovo has announced their new Pocket Projector at Mobile World Congress 2015. The pico projector is designed to fit in a pocket and travel with you anywhere, for use both at home and on the go.
One of the key features is the rotating projector and one of the first on portable projectors - which allows you to project the display at any angle up to 90°. The projector supports an output display up to 110 inches in both 4:3 and 16:10 aspect ratios and offers a output resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. The display itself is powered by a crisp 50 lumen LED light engine that Lenovo claim offers up to 20,000 hours lamp life.
The Lenovo Pocket Projector offers up to 2.5 hours battery life and comes with two 0.5W built-in speakers as well as 3.5mm audio jack for audio output. It can either play media stored on the microSD card - up to 32GB storage is supported but there's no onboard memory - or can play media via DLNA or MirrorCast from any Android, iOS or Windows 8.1 smartphone supporting these Wi-Fi streaming protocols.
The Lenovo Pocket Projector will cost $199 (approximately Rs.12,260) when it launches globally in June. The projector is expected to launch in Europe and India but the exact local pricing and release date has not yet been confirmed. The projector will be available in both gray and white colours although exact availability of either colour has not been confirmed.