All posts tagged "Projectors"

  • Konka S1 Mirage is another Chinese super-phone with 3 GB RAM, 3D projector on board

    Chinese electronics company Konka is working on their own Android powered super phone that is alleged to pack as much as 3 GB of RAM. What's even more interesting is the rumor that this smartphone might come with a 3D projector embedded into it.

  • New technology boosts projected images beyond 4K

    I-cubed Research Center Inc. has developed a new technology that allows the projection of very clear images in full detail that is well beyond the 4K resolution.

  • Epson’s updated projector gets closer to conventional whiteboards

    Epson presents the EB-1410W, one of the several updated units based from the projector products that they have developed and introduced almost a year ago. This particular product unit bases its function on the fundamental use of a projector pen, and attempts to make projector-based presentations and lectures far more intuitive than before.

  • NASA uses Nvidia GPUs for flight simulators

    NASA is using Nvidia graphics cards to develop a more vivid and realistic flight simulator experience.

  • ASUS P1 portable LED projector to launch in Japan on 7 April

    The ASUS P1 portable LED projector first made its appearance at CeBIT last year, and was designed for business and entertainment. However, there was no mention as to when the product will go on retail. Well, looks like the ASUS P1 is scheduled to launch in Japan on 7 April, this weekend.

  • Genius shows off interesting projector screen at CeBIT

    If you're familiar with Genius, then you've mostly likely encountered their input peripherals which are generally quite affordable, if not exactly being the best kit you can get out there. At CeBIT the company was showing off something that we didn't really expect to see, a portable projection screen with built in speakers.

  • Samsung shoves pico projector inside the Galaxy Beam

    We're pretty sure that Samsung's first foray into pico projector phones – the i7410 that was announced two years ago – was anything but a success, but if you don't succeed, try again. Samsung has as such announced the Galaxy Beam at the MWC which features a lot more potent hardware and this time around

  • Watch it OLED, LCD, Plasma: Mitsubishi’s “LaserVue” Laser Projection TV Wins Energy Star Award

    While OLED is taking a lot of media space recently, and LCD and Plasma TVs are touting 3D and Smart TV technologies, there is a new player coming to the market. Mitsubishi's "blast from the past" TV entered retail sales in the U.S.

  • Epson Singapore introduces new projectors for education, business and homes

    This morning, Epson Singapore has announced new projectors for education, business and homes which include Epson EB-S/X/W, EB-1800, EB-400 series, EH-TW8000, EH-TW6000 and MG-850HD; a total of 13 models.

  • Sony Singapore introduces VPL-VW1000ES world’s first 4K home theatre projector

    For those of us who want to enjoy 4K movie screening, we could go to cinemas like Golden Village Vivocity that are showing that. Well, it looks like Sony Electronics Asia Pacific is bringing the experience to homes when the company unveiled the world's first 4K home theatre projector in Singapore today. The VPL-VW1000ES is not only 3D-capable but is also

  • NEC introduces new PX series professional projector, PX750U

    NEC Asia Pacific has announced their new PX series professional projector, with the PX750U as the first model. Designed for large venues including education, corporate and retail environments, the PX750U offers 7500 lumens brightness, stacking capabilities, edge blending, option slot and integrated networking functions.

  • Canon Singapore launches 23 imaging products for consumer and enterprise markets

    Canon Singapore had a massive product launch for the second half of 2011 today, with 23 imaging products ranging from printers to projectors and digital cameras. And no, the company did not reveal any Canon mirrorless camera, despite Nikon unveiling theirs last week.

  • Canon announces new LV-8320 LCD multimedia projector

    Canon Singapore had announced their latest multimedia projector, LV-8320, designed for professionals who want to do presentations on the go. Weighing 3.4kg, the LV-8320 claims to offer accurate images even under bright conditions, and features 1280×800 WXGA resolution, 3,000 lumens brightness and 2,000:1 contrast ratio.

  • i-Connect ViewX Laser Pico Projector Review

      Ever wanted to harness the power of a projector and be able to display your snaps and flicks anywhere you are, but without the hassle of the weight, power and price issues that conventional projector has? In this feature, we'll take a look at a projector that is designed with the aforementioned in mind. Sporting the same size

  • InFocus launches affordable DLP projector range

    Looking for an affordable DLP HD projector? InFocus has just announced a range of five new models of which two are 720p capable and the best thing of all is that they're coming in at a really good price point. In fact, InFocus are touting them as its lowest priced projectors, but this isn't necessarily

  • Sony VPL-HW30ES home theatre 3D projector lands in Singapore

    Sony has recently announced its latest 3D home theatre projector VPL-HW30ES. Incorporating the company's proprietary Dynamic Lamp Control Technology, it boasts amazing brightness levels for users to experience 3D "cinema-style" movies in their own living room.

  • NEC introduces PA series projectors for corporate conference rooms and large classrooms

    NEC has introduced the PA series projectors – PA600X, PA550W and PA500U – designed for business professionals. The projectors boast brightness of up to 6000 lumens, and are stackable with up to four projectors to be stacked vertically or horizontally to provide 24,000 lumens. The NEC PA series projectors are available now.

  • Canon Expo 2011 kicks off in Shanghai

    The Canon Expo 2011 is officially opened today, and marked the last stop of the Canon Expo global tour following the events which took place in New York, Paris and Tokyo during September-November last year. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.

  • Canon unveils latest LV series ultra-portable projectors

    Canon has launched five new LV series ultra-portable projectors (LV-7290, LV-7295, LV-7390, LV-7490 and LV-8225) catered for different group of users, from entry-level network-ready to widescreen WXGA native resolution. Read on.  

  • NEC introduces new M series short throw projectors

      NEC Asia Pacific has introduced two new additions to the M series of short throw projectors, namely M300XS and M300WS. Both projectors offer 3000 lumens brightness and claim to deliver crisp images to screens and whiteboards.