A 4×4-inches gadget is compatible with Miracast or DLNA-facilitated Android Jelly Bean (4.3) and above, Windows 8.1 and iOS devices which can project presentations and videos on any wall and it also comes with a feature of 90° hinge with which it can be attached on ceiling. Battery backup is also superb. It supports a battery life of 2.5 hours, once fully charged. Also, it comes with vivid color technology, auto-correction of image distortion with the help of high-contrast optical engine and can project up to 110 inches with a resolution of 854×480 and 50 lumens brightness. It also supports microSD card and provides external storage of 32 GB to store and access huge multimedia files. When it comes to sound, it comes with inbuilt 2 x speakers with 3.5 mm audio jack. It weighs almost as much as an iPhone 6 plus that is 170 grams but is three times more thick. It splits into two halves, one half tilts to an angle to enhance the viewing experience and the other half is firmly placed on the table which doesn’t require our concern about handling the projector.
There is no word on its price yet but the company will try to keep it around $200-$250. Still, most of the projectors that come in the price segment as that of Lenovo’s projector do not come with in-built speakers or with Wi-Fi, constantly requiring USB charging and shortfall in many features so, Lenovo might steal the show. Nowadays, Lenovo is fixating much of its attention on projectors, latest example we read above and it has also added an additional feature of in-built projector. Stay tuned for more advancements and more information.