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Philips PicoPix PPX 3610 Shown at Gadget Show Live 2013 (Video)

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The PicoPix PPX 3610, a brand new model will be equipped with WiFi and DLNA functionality in order to connect to your devices and project the content directly, without any cables. That was Exclusively shown at the Gadget Show Live this week 3rd – 7th April 2013. It will also have Android inside, which will allow users to access their favourite websites, to show YouTube videos and surf the web without any other device! This new pocket projector will be able to play full HD videos, and will project a bright and vivid image with 100 lumens on a screen of up to 120’’.

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Really easy to use, the PicoPix 3610 includes a touch pad on the top and a remote application will be available for iOS and Android. Another brand new feature will allow users to view all type of files from the Microsoft Office pack, even without a notebook, when using a USB Key or the internal memory.

The PicoPix 3610 is perfect for mobile use thanks to its power autonomy (up to 2 hours battery life), its integrated speakers and a 4GB internal memory.

With a price of £399 available in June of this year.

 Specification

Technology / optical

· Display technology:

DLP

· Light source:

RGB LED

· LED light sources lasts over 30,000 hours

· Brightness:

· up to 100 lumens with AC

· up to 55 lumens with battery

· Native resolution:

854×480 Pixels

· Operating system:

Android 2.3.1

· Contrast ratio:

1000 : 1

· Screen size (diagonal):

12”-120”

· Screen distance:

0.5m – 5.0m

· Internal memory:

4GB

· Integrated MP4 player

· Integrated Touch Pad for easy navigation

· Integrated O ce / PDF viewer

Wireless connections

· WiFi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

· Wireless media player to connect to other

devices via WiFi

· PC screen projection via WiFi streaming

Supported resolutions /formats

· Supported video standards

· PAL

· SECAM

· NTSC

· 480i/p

· 576i/p

· 720i/p

· 1080i/p

Sound

· Internal 1W sound bar

Connection

· USB:

connect to mass storage devices

· Mini USB:

connect to PC, connect to mass

storage device, charging

· Input audio & video:

· HDMI with HDCP

· VGA

· Component YPbPr (up to 1080i)

· Composite (CVBS) & Audio

· External Memory:

SD/SDHC/SDXC

· Output Audio:

3.5 mm Audio Out Jack

· DC-IN:

DC jack

Internal media player

· Supported video formats

up to 1080p

· .avi: MPEG4, Xvid, H.264

· .mov: MPEG4, Xvid, H.263, H.264

· .mp4: MPEG4, Xvid, H.263, H.264

· .mkv: MPEG4, Xvid, H.264

· .fl v: Sorenson spark

· .3gp: MJPEG, MPEG4, Xvid, H.263, H.264

· .webm: VP8

· Supported photo formats

· JPEG

· BMP

· PNG

Supported audio formats

· MP3

· WAV

· OGG

· FLAC

· Supported fi le formats

· .pdf

· .ppt/pptx

· .xls/xlsx

· .doc/docx

Power supply

· Power adapter:

110-240V AC, 50-60Hz, 12V@2A

for EU and UK

· Internal battery:

7.4V @ 1800 mAh

(Lithium Ion)

· Battery life:

· Standard mode: 2 hours

· Bright mode: 1.5 hours

Dimensions (LxWxH in mm)

· Packed (W x D x H): 190 x 190 x 80 mm

· Unpacked: 105 x 105 x 31.5 mm

Weight

· Packed: 1.07 kg

· Unpacked (without accessories): 0.284 kg

Temperature range

· Operation: 5–35° C

· Storage packed: -25–60° C

· Storage unpacked: 0–45° C

Relative humidity

· Operation: 15–85% RH

· Storage packed: 5–93% RH

· Storage unpacked: 15–85% RH

Standard package includes

· PPX 3610

· Remote control

· User guide: stored on internal memory, internet

· Quick start guide

· Warranty card

· AC-adapter

· Standard mini USB cable

· Carrying case

· HDMI cable

Accessories (not included)

· Component cable

· VGA-cable

· Composite audio/video adapter

· iPhone cable

· MHL to HDMI + Mini USB cable

· PicoPix TV Station

· PicoPix Sound Station

A Remote Control App will be available soon for the App Store and Google Play Store.

Chris Hare
Chris Hare
A True Tech Geek at Heart, I Started my life of being a Tech Geek at the age of 5 with the BBC Micro. Went on through most of Nintendo stuff and now a Xbox and PlayStation fan. I also leaked the information about the leaked Hotmail passwords story from October 2009 that went World Wide. I Started writing tech articles at the beginning of 2011, most of my articles are about Android phones and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and other gaming news. When Chris has free time its with the family.

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