Celluon PicoAir and PicoPro Pico Projectors

Apr 27, 2015

Category: Tech

Whether it’s a video of your uncle breakdancing at last night’s wedding or a crisp digital copy of a Hollywood blockbuster, the big screen experience is always at your fingertips with Celluon’s PicoAir and PicoPro Pico projectors.

Weighing a mere 8 ounces, both the PicoAir and PicoPro create up to a 250″ image with a custom HD resolution of 1920 x 720. Both models features a 80,000:1 contrast ratio and laser brightness, and the ability to show 16.7 million colors. Infinite Focus means there’s no need to adjust the focus no matter how close or far you are from your display surface, and a built-in battery keeps the device running for 2 to 3 hours. The PicoAir ($300) is designed for wireless use with Miracast-enabled Android devices, while the PicoPro ($350) gives you HDMI connectivity as well. [Purchase: PicoAir | PicoPro]

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