ASUS has announced a new tiny projector E1Z, which can play video directly from mobile storage. As reported by Engadget, the tiny projector can play videos from Android devices. It was announced at Computex on Monday.
The E1Z is so small it can fit in your pocket. It comes with a rechargeable battery so that the user can use it without the requirement of electricity. The projector can be connected to the Android device via a USB cable.
The 6,000mAh battery provides its long life. With one charge, the battery can run for 3 hours. Android version 5.0 or later is required to use the projector.
The E1Z has a modest resolution of 854 X 480, which looks absolutely fine when projected on a wall. Depending on how far back you pull the device, it can provide an image width up to 110 inches.
The all-metal chassis of the projector makes it look really attractive. The company has displayed both the chrome and the white version of the device.
According to the report published by Tom’s Guide, the company will be developing its app or software for Android to get the device connected to the smartphone. ASUS has not yet revealed details about the price of the device but according to experts, it can range between $199 and $249. However, it is still not sure when the projector will be available in the market.