The World's Tiniest Projector: Hikari Pro 920

Nov 20, 2007 by Mary Anne Simpson weblog
The World's Tiniest Projector: Hikari Pro 920
Oculon Hikari Pro 920

Oculon will show its latest development in pocket size projectors at the International CES, 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The tiny projectors weigh 10 ounces and promise color accuracy and portability.

The world's tiniest projector Hikari Pro 920 developed by Oculon Optoelectronic Inc. will be on display at International CES, 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Oculon will introduce two pocket size projectors for the event. Each projector weighs 10 ounces and can easily fit into a jacket pocket.

The pocket size projectors can create a 12-inch diagonal screen with only a little over a foot of projection distance. A 24-inch screen display may be created by utilizing a 3.28 feet projection distance. The Hikari Pro 920 is capable of projecting a movie from the user's DVD/Smart Phone, and browse through a library of images. The size and functionality of the tiny projector make it useful for conventions and trade show demonstrations.

According to an Oculon spokesperson, the tiny projectors will deliver color accuracy and set new standards and applications for professional projection displays. The Hikari Pro920 will be released to the market place in December, 2008. The basic, (VGA) model will sell for $299. The SVGA model will sell for $399.

An optional battery and convenience pack will be available and released simultaneously with the Hikari Pro 920. Oculon provides a one year limited warranty for parts and labor.

Oculon Optoelectronic Inc. specializes in a range of products focused on enhanced display capabilities. Its focus is on head-mounted displays, pocket projectors, Head-Up Displays, (for super imposing displays on windshields) and Parking CCD for smart auto parking displays.

International CES,2008 will be attended by leaders in the consumer electronics industry. The conference will have over 300 speakers, new product launches and informative workshops. Representatives from 140 countries are expected to attend. The Hikari Pro920 will be on display at Booth 73638 at the Las Vegas Sands Hotel from January 7-10, 2008.

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cybrbeast
not rated yet Nov 20, 2007
Not the tiniest projector.
This probably IS:
http://www.krunke...-at-ces/