When you string together the terms “4K” and “projector”, many people might imagine an astronomically priced device. Historically, that would be a correct assumption, but a new company has created a portable, stackable projector that is actually pretty reasonably priced when you factor in everything it is able to do. The new device is currently being funded on Indiegogo where its goal of just $25,000 has been reached seven times over.
The N-Tech all-in-one projector lets you watch amazing 4K movies and shows on the fly. With it you can create a crystal clear picture at four times the regular 1080p HD resolution. Probably even more notable than that is the projector’s ability to be assembled and taken apart almost instantly. It has 3 layers that stack on top of each other to provide the opportunity to add more storage, speakers and even additional connectivity. Since it is modular, it can easily be put together and then disassembled for easy storage and portability. The 3 pods represent the battery, the projector and the speaker.
You can watch a full length movie without even running through half of the battery, which features 8-hours of use. It has an HDMI input and has full Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities as well. You can connect a USB dongle for more viewing/storage options, but it also carries 32GB of internal storage.
Imagine watching crystal clear 4K video anywhere you want. Small enough to fit in your backpack, and powerful enough to replace your home theater system.
The projector runs on Android 7.1 Nougat and houses 3GB of DDR3 RAM. You can expect it to put out 1500 ANSI Lumens of brightness and it has a 50.000:1 contrast ratio. The projector is compatible with the following formats: H.265, H.264, MPEG-4, WMC/VC-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-1, and it has RealVideo hardware decoding. The entire three-tiered device weighs just 2.5Kg and it is only 7.5 inches around.
If you would like your own N-Tech Smart 4K Projector, you can order one from its Indiegogo campaign with a pledge of $475 or more. That’s more than half-off its suggested retail price. If all goes as planned for the creators of the N-Tech, shipping to backers is planned for August of this year.
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