ASUS has unveiled a new projector that it claims is the first device to be able to project content stored on an Android phone via a micro USB connection.

The ASUS E1Z is described by the firm as the world’s first LED projector that can handle this task, while the projector is also able to double as a 6000mAh power bank to charge mobile devices.

ASUS explained that the E1Z projector is portable and palm-sized, with a built-in rechargeable battery allowing users to conduct presentations without having to plug the device into a power source.

ASUS said: "The E1Z has a mercury-free LED light source, DLP technology, 100 per cent NTSC colour gamut and supports the full RGB colour spectrum for clear, bright projected images with accurate colour reproduction."

The projector was not the only new technology ASUS has revealed, with the company also showing off new mini PCs, desktops, laptops and monitors.

New products released by the firm include the ASUSPRO E210, the K20, a VivoPC VC65, VivoMini UN65H and UN45, and Chromebox UN62, with many of the devices aimed at the gaming section of the PC market.

All of the new ASUS devices went on display at the ASUS Zensation press conference demo area.