It’s no Sony LSPX-W1S 4K short-throw projector, but the BenQ MW621ST DLP unit is less than 1/50th the cost, a fraction of the size, and it’s newly updated 64-inch viewing area from 1 meter (~3 feet) ain’t bad at all.
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Paper digital camera "Paper Shoot", invented by a Taiwanese company, Paper shoot Technologies, is now out for sale in Japan.
The body of Paper Shoot is a camera base covered with durable heavy paper. It's only 12mm thin and weights 80g. On the paper body, you can draw or stick-on anything you want and make your very own, one and only, unique design digital camera.
It has a 5MP CMOS sensor and offers 4 different shooting color modes (Classic, Black & White, Golden Memory, and Bruno Benber).
ASUS unveiled the release of their palm-sized projector - S1 - for the Japanese market. It will be out on sale on July 25.
A projection technology called DLP technology is applied for the S1. Thanks to that, S1 reproduces colors better than usual LCD projectors and projects clear images with high contrast. It features an LED light source, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 30~100 inch screen size, 0.73~2.43m projection distance, and maximum luminance of 200 lumen.