Hisense has announced its latest offering, the VIDAA Max 100-inch Laser Cinema TV, which promises to ensure a home cinema experience at a reasonable price.
The VIDAA Max is a short throw laser projector which is able to beam an image measuring 100-inches from a distance of just two feet. The device makes use of a blue laser diode light source, which is capable of provide over 25,000 hours of viewing for users with no decrease in brightness or colour volumes.
The new Hisense device does not need its own dedicated display in order to work, meaning that it offers a simple, portable
Technology brand Acer has announced the world’s first projector with a hidden internal Chromecast wireless dongle support, marking the first of the firm's new 2015 offerings.
The dedicated adaptor within the Acer H7550ST allows users to connect their Chromecast dongles, enabling simple, fast content sharing as well as the potential to stream audio to Bluetooth speakers.
The device also boasts 1080p Full HD visual capabilities, 3,000 lumens of brightness and 20W stereo audio.
Melanie Tarpey, director of Acer’s Peripheral Business, said: "Our newest
BenQ has announced two new additions to its range of wireless business projectors.
The MW665+ and MX666+ have been specifically designed by the projector manufacturer to support the bring your own device trend, with employees increasingly demanding the chance to use their own smartphones, tablets and laptops for work purposes.
BenQ claims that it is also launching the world's first wireless business presentation solution enabled by NFC, making connecting simple using an Android NFC-enabled smart device.
The company explained that 90 per cent of end users in the new
ViewSonic has announced the launch of a new home entertainment projector.
The PJD7822HDL Full HD 3200 lumens device has been given a lower price point so that it appeals to entry-level home entertainment enthusiasts and it features a smooth white finish that blends into any home decor alongside many brightness and connectivity options.
ViewSonic has packed 3200 ANSI lumens of brightness into the projector, which the manufacturer says delivers a crisp 1080p visual experience.
Wireless HDMI dongles such as Google’s Chromecast device are compatible with the PJD7822HDL
Barco has announced a new addition to its portfolio of projectors, with the new single-chip DLP projector, called the RLS-W12.
The new device offers 12,000 lumens of brightness – WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) resolution – as well as extended warping and blending and HDBaseT technology, which will allow it to provide video over a single Cat 5 cable.
The projector is being aimed at medium-sized venues and live events, as a result of its optional rental frame, which makes it ideal for the staging market.
The RLS-W12 also features HDBaseT and BarcoLink technology, which
Keeker, a new moving projector complete with surround sound, could soon be providing homeowners and corporate users with wireless big screen entertainment.
The ‘robot’ – which also comprises sensors including mic and camera, meaning it can turn its hand to security functions – can travel around the house or outside on its self-driving robo-wheels.
Furthermore, remote-controlled Keeker is capable of projecting a 1080p, 40-inch screen from two feet away. It also offers 360-degree sound with six 25W speakers, and boasts sensors for infared, ultrasound, light,
Bose has announced an extension to its popular SoundTouch Wifi Music systems, which provide homeowners with all the kit to play music wirelessly, from one location, throughout their homes.
The CineMate 130 home cinema system, part of the SoundTouch family, is able to work alongside other SoundTouch systems in order to provide what the company has called a ‘multi-room listening experience’.
The home cinema system has numerous settings – a party mode enables it to work as one in order to play music throughout the house, while different music can also be streamed
A pair of new compact LED projectors have been launched by ViewSonic.
The company revealed that the PLED-W600 and PLED-W800 are now available to purchase.
ViewSonic's latest compact LED-based projectors have features such as an integrated MHL-enabled HDMI input for optional wireless capabilities, which the firm says make them an ideal choice for work, travel and entertainment on-the-go.
Joss Kaldenberg, product manager for projectors at ViewSonic Europe, stated that the PLED-W600 and PLED-W800 add to the company's solid state, LED-based projector family.
Christie has confirmed it will be among the companies showing off projector technology at the upcoming Government Technology Exhibition and Conference (GTEC) event in Canada.
The exhibition is set to take place at the Ottawa Convention Center from October 27th to 30th and Christie will be displaying the Christie Phoenix, as well as Christie Brio Team+, the Christie GS Series projector and Christie MicroTiles.
Christie will be showing off the Christie GS Series projector, from the 1-chip DLP Christie GS Series, at GTEC for the first time this year.
The device is able to provide
Epson has announced it will display its latest home cinema projector at an upcoming event in Australia.
The manufacturer stated that it is planning to showcase the 3LCD projector, the EH-TW6600W, at the Australian Audio & AV Show, which is being held at the InterContinental Melbourne Rialto Hotel from October 17th to 19th.
Epson says that the new home cinema projector is "ideal" both for those who are putting together a home cinema for the first time and for big-screen entertainment fans.
The 1080p projector is easy to use and install and it delivers crisp,