Sony has announced that the ultra-portable MP-CD1 Mobile Projector is arriving in Europe in Spring this year. Fitting in the palm of your hand, the MP-CD1 can project content up to 120 inches in size from a short distance of approximately 3.5m. The versatile projector, which weighs only 280g, transforms any surface into a wide screen and operates almost silently, making it good for on-the-go business presentations, gaming, outdoor events or movie nights with the family.
The projector’s display uses DLP IntelliBright technology, which employs advanced image processing algorithms to boost brightness without compromising on battery consumption.
The projector’s unique design allows it to minimise heat while still maintaining high brightness, in a pocket-sized form factor that has been recognised with an iF 2018 Design Award. With a rating of ANSI 105 lumens and 5,000mAh built-in battery, users can project clear and bright images for up to two hours of projection time. Usage time can be extended by charging via the standard USB-C port, even whilst the device is in use. If the projector needs to be used outdoors, the MP-CD1 can be charged from a portable power bank.
With a boot up time of 5 seconds and connectivity options via the HDMI connection, content can be taken from a range of sources including a PC or even a PlayStation and shared with the whole room. An optional HDMI dongle enables wireless connectivity with a variety of devices including smartphones and tablets for watching streaming content.
The MP-CD1 will be available in Europe in April 2018, priced at approximately €400.
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