Asus P2B ultra-compact portable projector unveiled at Computex 2013

The Asus P2B is an ultra-compact portable projector that’s battery-powered for complete mobile flexibility. Despite a desktop footprint no larger than an audio CD jewel case, the P2B has a bright 350-lumen output from a long-life LED light source that powers-up in an instant and cools down quickly for packing away. The best-in-class 1.1:1 short throw ratio means the P2B can project a 42-inch diagonal image just one meter away from the projection surface and, with a 1280 x 800 WXGA resolution, even 8-point text is crisp and clear.

The Asus P2B ultra-compact portable projector has a D-Sub input and a HDMI/MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) port that allows compatible smartphones and tablets to be used as a projection source, while being simultaneously recharged. Images, videos and common office document formats can also be read directly from USB storage devices and microSD cards, while the built-in speaker removes the need for bulky external speakers. The P2B’s lithium ion battery lasts for up to 90 minutes at the maximum 300-lumen brightness setting, but brightness can also be reduced to extend battery life.

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