Vivitek releases Qumi LED-based pocket projector

Vivitek has announced the release of its Qumi, LED-based pocket projector, which offers also 3D capabilities thanks to Texas Instruments’ DLP Link technology.

The portable projector features sleek design with dimensions of  6.3”(w) x 1.2”(h) x 3.9”(d), and weighs only 1.4 pounds. It offers WXGA (1280×800) native resolution, up to 300 lumens of brightness, a 2500:1 contrast ratio and up to 30,000 hours of operation. This pocket-friendly projector has touch sensitive button, has a built-in 1W speaker and wide range of connectivity options, including Mini-HDMI, Universal I/O (24-pin connector for VGA/component input), AV mini-jack audio-out, USB and MicroSD slots for content and memory expansion. It can be used with wide range of devices, including digital cameras, laptops, smart phones and tablets.

Vivitek Qumi LED pocket projector

The Vivatek Qumi LED-based pocket projector is available now for an MSRP of $499 in black or white version.

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