Optoma has released its latest Full HD home projector, with the device ideal for watching TV shows and movies or playing games at any time of the day.
The new HD36 from Optoma has vertical lens shift and boasts 3,000 ANSI Lumens, while the speakers are also very powerful.
Optoma’s head of product marketing Justin Halls said: "The new high specification HD36 with its sleek matte black design is one of a number of projectors we are launching in 2014, to bring the best big-screen experience straight to the home."
Users who buy the new HD36 will also benefit
Sony has announced it will show off new projector technology at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Germany, this week.
The world's leading technology companies will be heading to the event, which gets underway tomorrow (5 September), as it is one of the most important dates on the industry calendar.
Sony stated that Life Space UX is among the new technology it will be displaying at this year's IFA event. The company described the innovation as "a new concept which utilises space itself to generate experiences".
As part of the Life Space UX display,
A television game show winner has revealed he dreams of using his winnings to open a pop-up cinema for his local community.
Paul Reaney from West Bridgford recently won £13,000 on BBC1's National Lottery: Break the Safe and said he is considering acquiring equipment such as projectors to make his plan a reality.
Mr Reaney told the Nottingham Post he is still looking into whether it would be feasible to set up a pop-up cinema in the town.
"I absolutely love films, so would love to hire out West Bridgford community centre and hire a cinema standard projector
ZTE has announced the launch of its first smart projector, which provides portable HD displays, a mobile hotspot and a 4-inch screen.
Known as the LivePro, the new projector hybrid device allows users access to an affordable means of projecting media while connecting to the internet via an exclusive Sprint Spark network.
The new all-in-one product is part of ZTEs mission to provide affordable communication via a projector, mobile hotspot, power bank and Android interface, allowing convenience at a low cost.
Despite being capable of projecting a 1080p image up to 120 inches
Brooklyn-based company Dos Owls has launched ODIN, the world's first portable smart projector powered by Android technology.
ODIN is a miniature, battery-powered projector with a quad-core processor capable of powering Android KitKat 4.4. This allows users to project images and access the Android ecosystem independently of any other device.
Despite its compact, portable size, the projector features a rotating optical display, as well as 4W bluetooth speakers and internet capabilities. ODIN also has a number of connection methods available, including built-in hotspot and Wi-Fi
A new home cinema projector package from Epson is promising high quality media streaming from a range of popular devices.
The Epson Powerlite Home Cinema 2000 3LCD was developed to provide the big screen experience by connecting with media streaming systems including Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku Stick. Users can plug in and view wherever they are via the portable projector which was created to show streamed content to 1080p HD.
Epson America marketing manager, Jason Palmer, said: "Big screens are no longer just for viewing Blu-ray movies in dedicated
A new crowdfunding project has been announced and will focus on the Odin projector, which will run Android 4.4 and boast Bluetooth, WiFi, HDMI input, and a rechargeable battery.
The portable, battery powered projector will be made by the Dos Owls company and will be extremely compact and lightweight, weighing in at just 2.2 lbs with a steel case or 1.1 lbs with a plastic case.
The device will have speakers driven by Android and will come in two colour options - black and 10K gold or black and metallic green. The projector will also boast a 90-degree adjustable stand and manual
LCD and DLP projection display manufacturer, SK Proxima has unveiled its latest projector, the C3327W-A.
Forming part of the C3000 Series, the C3327W-A projector is lightweight - weighing in at just 6.7 pounds - and is an extremely user-friendly projector that boasts brilliant colour imagery and strong audio options, all wrapped up in a compact device.
The C3327W-A projector comprises a high-efficiency cooling system, built-in speakers, and password-protected anti-theft features, making it ideal for transportation to different venues.
It offers 3200 lumens of brightness,
US-based micro projection technology specialist, AAXA Technologies, has announced the release of the AAXA P3X Pico Projector, a 70 lumen mini projector promising brilliant image quality and easy media sharing.
Constructed around the firm's third generation DLP optical engine, the new device comprises optics powered by 15,000 hour light-emitting diodes. It is capable of providing a powerful 80 inch image at a WVGA 854x480 native resolution.
The projector improves upon former models as it lowers optical engine volume by more than 80 per cent, while still being able to achieve
International technology company Philips' ultra short-throw projector, the Screeneo, has scooped an award at the recent CableLabs' Winter Conference Innovation Showcase held in Atlanta.
The projector picked up the 'best new idea most likely to succeed' award within the Cable Industry at the event, thanks to its capability of projecting images at 720p, the entry point for HD, and its ability to support 3D images. It is also able to project an image measuring between 50 and 100 inches.
The projector is the first of its kind to run on LED technology and retails