Casio XJ-S46/XJ-S41 world’s thinnest 2,500 lumen projectors

The new Casio Super Slim XJ-S46/XJ-S41 is the world’s thinnest mobile projectors in its class (XJ-S46 comes with built in USB 1.1 host function). The XJ-S46/XJ-S41 mobile projectors employ a proprietary new condenser lens and light source lamp only available on Casio Projectors that deliver high-brightness images that can be clearly viewed under normal lighting conditions, and in a compact, highly portable configuration. The XJ-S46/XJ-S41 delivers an impressive 2500 ANSI lumens from a minuscule 43mm thick size. It also comes with a 2X optical zoom lens, by far the highest zoom level available for any micro-portable data projector, which makes it possible to project onto a screen as close as 0.84m meters. This means that these projectors can be used with ease in environments where meeting space is limited. Both models come with 1W Monaural built in speakers.

Model XJ-S46 includes USB connectivity, allowing you to insert a USB memory stick, a scientific calculator or even the YC-430 camera system. With the USB radio adapter (sold separately) wireless connection with 4 windows based laptops is possible. Casio Super Slim XJ-S46/XJ-S41 projector measures 270x199x43mm, weighs 1.8kg and comes with Wireless remote control. While model XJ-S46 will be available from mid July for approximately 281,400 yen ($2,360), model XJ-S41available from late June will cost approximately 249,900 ($2,097).