Tired of multiplex trips due to the traffic jams? Here’s a quick solution if you don’t mind spending close to a lakh rupees. Subsidiary of Coretronic corporation, Optoma has launched its latest HD27e projector in India. It offers a Full HD projection quality with 25,000:1 contrast ratio. The projector 3,400 lumens brightness. So […]
The UHD51A is the first Alexa-controlled projector, and I take it for a spin with my voice at CES 2018.
There’s a new projector in town, has Optoma has unveiled the new ultra-short throw projector. The successor of the GT5500 comes with 3,600 lumens brightness. It maintains visibility even when light are on. For those who love to game and watch TV, sports or films on a big screen, Optoma GT5500+ can project […]
Optoma has today announced the launch of its new 4K UHD Laser Home Cinema Projector dubbed as UHZ65 in India. With the company’s latest DuraCore Technology, the UHZ65 is claimed to implement the new-gem laser light source, advanced laser diode cooling techniques, and IP5X proof with innovative dust resistant design. According to a recent press […]
Portronics has recently announced the launch of its new smart and portable projector dubbed as ‘Progenie’ for Rs 29,999 in India. Progenie is a 100-lumen multimedia portable LED projector which offers 80 inch screen-size, 854×480 resolution using Texas Instrument’s famous DLP technology ensuring excellent picture quality. It comes with an extremely portable size of just […]
Optoma has today unveiled its new generation Cross-over Laser Projector ZU510T which is basically a ProScene model, in India. The new Optoma ProScene WUXGA 5,500 lumen compact laser projector, the ZU510T, features Optoma’s new DuraCore Laser Technology with 30,000 hours light source in full brightness mode. With a light-source lifetime at 50% longer than most […]
The short-throw PH450U runs on batteries, lets you cast video from Android devices, and doesn’t need much space to create a huge picture. The post LG’s Tiny Battery-Powered Projector Beams an 80-Inch Picture appeared first on WIRED.
Technically Incorrect: It didn’t go perfectly for some Star Wars fans on opening night. In LA, there were howls of despair.
Pizza and movies are like milk and cookies—they just go together and that’s that. Still, I wouldn’t ever want to combine milk and cookies into a single product (cookie flavored milk? milk flavored cookies?) and likewise, physically merging pizza and movies seems ill-advised. Read more…