It is sure good news that AAXA technologies is speeding towards bringing to people more and highly advanced Pico projectors. It was the success of their first model L1, which led to the launching of an improvised version –the L1v2 Pico Projector. This updated design enhances the functioning of L1v2, by improving the thermal efficiency of the PCOS laser light engine.
Its special 3-colour laser light source allows it to produce images with great colour saturation that can always be focused. It is specially created for professionals and entertainment, as it binds a revolutionary laser light source proprietary despecking technology, and a LCOS images together to obtain a 20 lumen output without any of the pixel headaches noticed in few other projectors.
You can consider it as one of the tiniest Pico projectors measuring 4.2inch X2.1inchX 1.2 inch, whose weight is just 170 gms and hat is inclusive of the battery. There may not be another suitable example for ideal portability. Further it also features 800X600 and 20 lumen output from 3 colour lasers bringing sharp deeply saturated images in any given condition, including bright ambient light.
The advanced v2 uses focus free projection of images up to the size of 50 inches onto any other surface, not leaving out curved surfaces, from all angles and simultaneous distant/close by surface projection. The battery capacity can be sufficient to keep the projector going for at least 1.5 hours. It also features audio streams for the MP3, AAC, and WAV formats, ad images in .jpg, .pug and .bmp formats.
It can also mange documents in .doc,.xls,.ppt and .pdf extensions. A USB drive can be used to feed such source files to the projector. You can avail accessories to connect the device to Microsoft Zune, Sony Playstation Portable, iPhone/iPad and various cell phones as Nokia, Samsung, HTC, and LG. to book for this wonderful handy pocketsize device go to www.aaxatech.com, and enjoy the benefits of its prior-launch price at $399 which would otherwise cost USD $499. It is available from December 1st 2010. True HD and 1080: functionality will be obtained in future releases only.