EC Technology has a pico projector for $50. EC Technology has a mini pc for $75 and mini PC/pico projector combo for $100. EC Technology has a Amlogic s905 Android set top box for $100 plus a keyboard with integrated touch pad for an unspecified price. More products planned for the future. Moq for all units is 50 units or more.
Launching this summer in the USA at $12,999.99, this is Hisense's first short throw 4K Projector system, aiming to display a 100-inch 4K image from just 13-16 inches away from the screen with 2,700 lumen using DLP technology making it usable in the daytime. It is HDR-compatible and includes 5.1 audio surround.
JmGO presents their latest brighter projector the JmGO G3 Pro with up to 1200 ANSI Lumen brightness, can project at up to 300 inches size home theater. Powered by the AmLogic T866, it runs Android, features auto-focus, motorized lens door hiding the lens from dust when not in use, with its built-in hi-fi speakers it can also function as a bluetooth speaker when the projector is powered off. With a Native Resolution of 1280x800, it supports 3D, WiFi, Ethernet, the nice remote control works over 2.4Ghz RF. It has USB3, USB2, SPDIF and Mini-jack audio output and analog AV input through a mini-jack cable.
The projector shown first is Acer's Predator Z850 model, capable of projecting ultra-wide aspect ratio a 120" screen at 47cm distance. Rated for a brightness of 3000 lumen, the 1080p projector features an Ethernet port, USB port, and dual HDMI inputs, as well as three different modes of projection for particular game scenes. Also on display is Acer's Predator gaming line, including a tablet, a phone, desktops, laptops and monitors (with nVidia's G-Sync technology).
Lenovo Motorola Moto Z is an amazing new Smartphone, with Greybus (watch the video that I filmed with Greg Kroah-Hartman on their Greybus development for Google's discontinued Project Ara) based data and hot-swappable power pogopin docking technology on an ultra-thin Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Smartphone design, with options to dock a TI DLP Pico Projector MotoMod, a Hasselblad True Zoom Photo/Video Camera, JBL SoundBoost Speaker and the Incipio offGRID Power Pack, all MotoMods that customizes and expands the functionalities of a Smartphone. An absolutely fascinating potential evolution for the Smartphone market, Motorola is developing a potentially amazing ecosystem for future-proof MotoMods that can turn your Smartphone into a Project, into a point-and-shoot quality Camera, into an amazingly loud Speaker and that can expand its battery life easily. All these MotoMods are magnetically locked onto the back of the Moto Z. Now Motorola is also releasing the Moto Mods Development Kit to enable third parties to develop new MotoMods for the Moto Z, for example I hope someone makes an ultra-thin E Ink Mobius (flexible, plastic and non-glass) display for the back-size of the smartphone, a Kent Displays CH-LCD based notes taking back case and a LapDock Laptop Dock to use the Moto Z to power the Ultra-thin Laptop dock and desktop dock. The functionalities of Moto Z can also expand through the TurboPower fast charging USB Type C which I have used with USB Type C to SD card adapter, for example to upload videos from my SD card to YouTube. The possibilities with the Moto Z ecosystem are very, very interesting. But for these to get the attention of the consumers worldwide, I think that Lenovo/Motorola needs to lower the price of the bundles to around $599 for the phone including the Projector MotoMod, $699 including Projector and E Ink MotoMod, $349 or $399 for the Moto Z by itself (instead of the current $699). $699 should also be a bundle to include an ultra-thin and ultra-light small bezel 13.3" Laptop Dock and Desktop Dock MotoMod and with the appropriate Remix OS like Android implementation through Android Nougat to support full Android Powered Productivity on the external display.
The Coolux Q6 is an Android 4.4 Rockchip RK3126 based projector with a 0.3" DLP lense which is able to project a resolution of 854x480 for 3 hours of battery. The Coolux Q6 sells for $165 for 100 pieces moq. Coolux also a motion controlled projector. Coolux sells 720p projectors for $230-260.
Xshuai Intelligent Polytron Technologies Inc. is incubated at Haier Technologies since 2015. They developed an DLP projector with an Osaram LED inside it which gives 30000 hours of life.Right now they have three model on sale iSee Mini , IBoX and UFO Dream. iSee Mini is their patented 360 angle free video projection.It has 2 hours of battery life and runs Android 4.4.It connects via Bluetooth to play the video on 854x480 resolution.You can also use USB and TF card to play the content via your external storage devices.
JmGO shows their latest short-throw 4000lumen DLP Laser projector, projecting on a 100" screen, it can also project to 120" in FHD. It has a built-in Mstar6A828 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Quad-core Mali450 GPU running JmGO's custom UI on Android 5. The projector offers an extremely large and bright image projected at a very short distance, with 50000"1 contract ratio, supporting a clear image size up to 300 inches, the system supports many codecs decoded at up to 4K, Ethernet, Miracast, Airplay, DLNA and more. The price is about $3755.
JmGO X1 is JmGO's new 1080p projector with auto-focus, using a smart camera system or sensor it automatically can focus regardless the distance it is at from the wall, at 950Lumen, it costs about $751 in China. Also running the Mstar6A828 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali450 GPU, also comes with an amazingly awesome remote control with a clickable scroll wheel well placed for thumb usage.
Here you can also see JmGO's official presentation videos for JmGO S1:
and for the JmGO X1:
Fujitsu has a projector with a camera setup that converts large spaces such as walls or tables into touch-sensitive areas with the use of a stylus with an IR transmitter. The company also showcases multiple use cases with moving images from one source to another. They also demonstrate the use of a finger-mounted sensor that converts finger motion (drawing in air) into sketches on a tablet. Their consumer lineup of Japan-only devices such as phones and PCs is on display, too.
Epson uses a projector that employs a laser light as one of the sources along with the usual light rays that pass through RGB colours. This is claimed to add vivid colour to the resulting picture and an unmatched contrast ratio amongst projectors. It is also expected to last extremely long, coming in rated for 30,000 hrs out of the box. Projection at 4K resolution is also one of the highlights.