– Very Bright
The Lucent Pico Projector supports 1800 lumens projection which brighter than other similar units offered on the market currently.
– Digital TV
The Lucent Projector has a built in TV tuner which supports DVB-T, DVB-T2, ISDB-T and ATSC.
– 5 hours of battery life
Our Projector has its own built-in rechargeable lithium polymer battery which is capable of 4 hours of projection without an external power supply. The battery supports 2X battery boost.
– No noise
Because the Lucent Pico Projector adapts no-fan design and uses a solid state drive, it operates quietly without any noise.
Operating system is Android 5.1 Lolllipop and the UI is customized according to our projector. It supports google play store, and users can download and install any app from the store. For better usability and easy access, it provides wireless mouse and Bluetooth keyboard functionality..it supports IR remote controller.
Why we need your support
Your support is critical to our long term success. We need your help to scale this Product and bring it to market direct and quickly at a lower consumer price point.
We will be taking the funds from Indiegogo to move directly into improving our product design and purchasing necessary materials and the manufacturing of our projector.
We All have currently completed:
Ready for mass production
Who will need this?
Allwinner A83T ARM Cortex A7 Octa-Core 1.8 GHz
2GB DDR3 RAM
32GB Internal Storage (external up to 256GB)
DLP DMD/LED, 300ANSI/1800 lumens@16W (MAX)
HD 1280×720 (Screen ratio-16:9, Contrast-600:1)
1280×720 Basic Resolution 4096×2160 Supported Resolutions
0.5m to infinite (30.6”@ 1m)
Auto, Manual ± 40°
Dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0
8,000mAh (4 hours run time)
Built-in 8Ω / 2W
USB 3.0, Micro USB, HDMI, 3.5mm Audio, Micro SD
DLNA, Wi-Fi direct, Miracast, AirPlay screen mirroring
Supports 1080p@60fps video playback Supports multi-format video playback, including H.264 BP/MP/HP,
H.265/HEVC MP/L5.2, VP8/VP9,MPEG1/2, MPEG4 SP/ASP GMC, H.263
including Sorenson Spark, WMV9/VC-1, JPEG/MJPEG, etc
Supports H.264 1080p@60fps or 720p@120fps video encoding