2.7 Inch Cubic Projector Hits Market in Japan

February 10 2009 / by Alvis Brigis
Category: Technology   Year: 2009   Rating: 4 Hot

The latest intriguing mini-projector to hit store shelves (in Japan) is a small cubic, 25 ANSI Lumen LED called the Miseal.  Manufactured by little-know Japanese comapny Sanko, the device is just 2.7in. x 2.7in. x 2.8in. and weighs just over half a pound.

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Sporting a 100:1 contrast ratio, 800x600 SVGA resolution and ability to cast an image up to 16ft. away at a diagonal width of 70in, the Miseal packs a serious punch for something of such wee size.

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The projector also comes with a small built-in 1.2 watt speaker that gets louder when connected to the docking station.

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This latest little display wonder reportedly retails fo $434 in Japan.  No word yet on a U.S. release date, but we'll be awaiting this gizmo eagerly if only for mobile presentations or to watch movies in tandem with our Android, iPhone or other intelligent mobile - and soon thereafter pine for the wrist-watch or cookie-sized version.

(via Slashgear)

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