Celluon(CEO Ray Cha, www.celluon.com) unveiled its Epic Laser Projection Keyboard, "AirPico" at IFA, the world's leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances which took place from September 05 to 10, 2014 in Berlin.
'AirPico' is easily connected to Miracast and DLNA. Whereas the standard Pico projectors use DLP method, Air Pico uses laser method to project screen. By this way, there is no need to set a focus on, and more vivid color is possible compared to the traditional ones based on LED.
Even though the size is small, HD-quality, 720 pixels, is guaranteed, and the product has no problem in showing wide screen even within the short distance. Like smartphones, Airpico has been designed to be light-weight, and its internal battery lasts full 2 hours. Moreover, the product itself does not have a fan in it, so no noise while working is notably one of its advantages.
AVING Special Report Team for 2014 IFA : Kidai Kim, Kevin Choi, Myungjin Shin, Miri Ahn, Eunjung Park