New Philips PicoPix portable projectors weigh under 2 pounds, feature USB-C, more

Philips has taken the wraps off two new portable projectors. They will join the Philips PicoPix family and boast modern features like USB-C connectivity, built-in batteries, and more. While the Philips brand is well-known, it’s unclear how each of its new units will fare, especially given how competitive the portable projector market has become. It has to compete with the likes of Anker, Epson, BenQ, and many others. Continue reading to learn more.

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New Epson Smart Laser Projector is portable, wields Android TV, more

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Shortly following the release of Samsung’s Premiere Smart Projector lineup, Epson has taken the wraps off a new offering of its own. The all-new Epson Smart Laser Projector is dubbed EpiqVision Mini EF12 and is ready to create a 150-inch screen while on the go. While many portable projectors tend to have a low resolution, Epson’s solution ratchets up the competition with a full-HD 1080p picture. It measures under 7 inches in every direction and weighs in at 4.7 pounds. Continue reading to learn more.

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Samsung Premiere Smart Projector lineup now available with HDR10+ support, 4K, more

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About two months ago, Samsung unveiled not one but two new 4K smart projectors. Both fall under The Premiere moniker and look very similar to one another. While many details were shared at that time, pricing and a release date were not among them. Surprisingly, the Samsung Premiere Smart Projector lineup is suddenly now available for order, and the cost for the high-end model is about as high as one would expect, with the base offering clocking in at a lower and much more reasonable price. Continue reading to learn more.

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New Samsung The Premiere laser projector throws 130 inches of 4K on your wall

Just yesterday, we covered Optoma’s new CinemaX P2 4K laser projector. One day later, Samsung manages to one-up that release with two ultra-short-throw projectors of its own. Both are named Samsung The Premiere, with model numbers LSP9T and LSP7T helping to distinguish one from the other. LSP7T creates a 10-foot image like CinemaX P2, but LSP9T takes things further with a picture that measures 130 inches diagonally. That’s right — placing one of Samsung’s new laser projector in the living room will cast either a 120- or 130-inch image onto your wall. Continue reading to learn more.

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New Hachi Infinite M1 is a touchscreen projector for your desk and wall

Few things feel as futuristic as a touchscreen projector that lights up a desk. Microsoft is perhaps the closest a big-name company has gotten with its premium Studio desktops, but even these are nothing like Hachi Infinite M1. This new offering illuminates a desk or the wall, allowing you to play a game or check email and then quickly reorient it to watch a movie when the mood strikes. Its operating system is based on Android, potentially opening it up to a large number of supported apps at launch. Continue reading to learn more.

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Sony’s flagship 4K SXRD pro laser projector packs HDR 10 + more

If you’re looking into picking up a professional-grade projector, Sony’s latest offering is perfect for you. The VPL-GTZ380 delivers 4K 60Hz 3D signals, 4K 120Hz 4:4:4 10-bit images, and packs HDR 10 and HLG capabilities, true 4K resolution, and much more.

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New BenQ portable projector resembles vintage Mac with USB-C, AirPlay, more

Releases like Anker Nebula Astro and ViewSonic M1 have taken us into a new era of travel-friendly projectors. Today, a new BenQ portable projector is out and it propels things further ahead with single unit that supports Google Cast, AirPlay, USB-C, alongside IPX2 splash and drop resistance. Perhaps one of the neatest things surrounding the new GS2 unit is its vintage-looking design. You could even argue that it a variety of ways, it mimics one of Apple’s early iMac computers but in a colorway that’s more in line with Macintosh Classic. Continue reading to learn more.

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