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ASUS launches E1Z portable projector for Android

It seems like ASUS is on a roll with the introduction of their new products over at Computex as they once again lifted the veil of another gadget. The E1Z is a portable projector that connects to your Android phones and tablets using just a microUSB cable.


This Digital Light Processing (DLP) projector is small enough that it could fit inside the pocket so you could always bring it along. Although we’ve already seen other gizmos that play video content from smartphones and tablets, what makes the E1z special is that it is the first pocket projector to require only a microUSB cable to connect to Android devices — unlike the HDMI cable usually needed to playback videos.

The pico projector has a 6,000mAh battery that’s rechargeable and it could also act as a power bank and charge your handsets. Image-wise it’s reported to have 100 percent NTSC color gamut and full RGB color spectrum support so in theory, images should be vibrant and detailed.

No official pricing has been revealed, but Engadget reports that a representative from the company mentioned it to be around $200.


Kevin Bruce Francisco is the Senior Editor and Video Producer for YugaTech. He's a Digital Filmmaking graduate who's always either daydreaming of traveling or actually going places on his bike. Follow him on Twitter for more tech updates @kevincofrancis.

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5 Responses

  1. tobimagwire says:

    nice one, hope its affordable, nice to pair with a Bluetooth speaker and you have your own portable cinema :D

  2. Jp says:

    Agree! Now can play movies anytime anywhere! I want this. Hope wont be over 10K price

  3. Silverlokk says:

    Wouldn’t that require an OTG-capable Android device?

  4. jedrick says:

    pano mo bumili at price

  5. seiji says:

    Meaning I don’t need to bring a whole laptop and big LCD projector with me when holding classes–just an Android smartphone and this!

    If it can shoot a decent image from desk to whiteboard that everyone in a 50-person class can see clearly.

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