GITEX Technology Week marks the regional debut of Optoma's palm-sized projector, which can be connected to most small media devices.
Digital projection and display services provider Optoma has brought the world's smallest projector to the Middle East this year.
Today, Optoma will unveil its Pico projector, which enables large-screen viewing from personal media players, mobile phones, PDAs, cameras and gaming devices. Visitors to the Optoma stand can connect their own devices to the Pico to see it in action.
At 115 grams, the Pico is the size of a conventional mobile phone, with 20,000 hours of lamp life, an integrated speaker and battery life of two hours.
Users can share images and videos from their media devices with a diagonal image size of up to 60 inches - as much as 100 times the size of the source device screen.
The pocket size, portable Pico is based on the advanced Digital Light Processing (DLP) chipset, providing the latest DLP technology and LED illumination. The Pico projector guarantees clear, bright and high-contrast images.
"GITEX Technology Week is a strategic platform to launch Optoma's latest solutions and showcase them to our customers and partners in the region," comments Adam Dent, territory manager, Optoma Middle East and Africa.
We are very excited about the fact that Optoma is introducing the world's smallest projector and other new projector solutions at one of the world's biggest IT events."
Optoma is also showcasing a range of new high-definition projectors and ultra-portable solutions at its stand.