UO Smart Beam Laser Projector

Jul 22, 2015

Category: Tech

The UO Smart Beam Laser Projector is a tiny high definition projection system that gives its users both bright and sharp pictures, every time. In fact, it’s the world’s smallest HD laser projector on the market.

The device streams 720p HD resolution video virtually anywhere, and uses an advanced laser diode for auto-focusing, ensuring that the picture is always sharp. The device can be connected wirelessly to many devices using Miracast or DLNA, or it can be connected to any smartphone, laptop, tablet or other mobile device that uses a HDMI port. It measures just 2.2 cubic inches, and can display up to 100 inches of crisp HD videos. It uses a rechargeable 4200 mAh Li-Po battery that will last for roughly two hours, and has a brightness rated at 60 Lumens. It also has a built in speaker, or can be connected to external audio devices. The UO Smart Beam Laser will cost you $420. [Purchase]

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