Pico-Projector Powered By Android

Pico-Projector Powered By Android

It might not look like much, but under the hood of the absolutely tiny Epict EPP-100 projector is a fully-fledged Android system that you can quickly throw up on a wall to browse the web, watch YouTube or even play Angry Birds on. Office presentations just got a little more fun!

Measuring up at just under three-inches on each side, the tiny Epict EPP-100 is more than your standard pico-projector. You’ll find the tiny little gizmo packs Android 4.2.2, a dual-core processor paired with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. There’s also a microSD slot that supports up to 32GB of extra space for all your movies and photo slideshows that you’ll be throwing onto a huge wall.

Wondering how you’re going to control it? Thanks to its connectivity options spanning USB 2.0, microUSB and Bluetooth, you can hook up your own keyboard and mouse to point and click your way through Android, while there’s also Wi-Fi onboard to get you connected to the web. If you’re interested in taking a tiny Android pico-projector on the road with you, PandaWill has it up for pre-order for $221 (£141) and it’s set to ship at the end of the month.

Do you fancy a tiny Android-powered projector, or would you rather stick with a pico-projector to pair up with your phone? Let us know your thoughts in the comments and check it out in action in the video below.

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