Following its strong showing at CES 2015 back in January, Lenovo has revealed its new Pocket Projector at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The device is 4 inches squared, with a height of about an inch, and the 50 lumen projector can project 480p video up to a width of 110 inches, with a rotation angle of 90o. Content can be streamed wirelessly to the device, and it also supports microSD cards with a capacity of up to 32GB. It is powered by microUSB, has a 2.5 hour battery life, and built-in stereo speakers, though it also features a 3.5mm audio output.
The Pocket Projector supports DLNA and Miracast, so works with Android, Windows, and iOS devices. It goes on sale later this month, priced $249.
Source: Android Authority