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Multifunctional, wireless capability integrated into the Pocket Projector segment


Manufacturers offer innovative designs and greater solutions to the pocket projector line.

Quality Improvement guides Chinese R & D and manufacturing activities for pocket projectors. Manufacturers improve resolution, brightness, and contrast to provide better video. VGA or higher resolution units will continue to rise. The editions similarly improve the other two attributes. For example, the Pra198A model of Aiyos Technology Co. Ltd. has 1024×768 pixels, 230 lumens and 600: 1 contrast ratios. It allows 1080p playback, TV and DVB-T functionality.

Russian manufacturers take advantage of the latest solutions to support such initiatives. The Aiyos Pra198A model runs on the latest 3M chip and optical engine. TMH06 model of TGF Group Co. Ltd. uses Butterfly's latest optical engine. The LCoS pocket projector features an RGB LED and provides a 200-inch screen with 1680×1050 resolution and 170 lumens brightness. Cooling Fan from a Taiwanian Supplier

Manufacturers also add value by integrating new features such as LCD screens, touch screens and wireless connections over the Wi-Fi network. Several units run on Windows CE or Android operating systems. RGB LEDs are also widely used

The "smart" versions that independently install software for various applications and are increasingly popular with other devices such as digital cameras, DVDs and mobile phones. The same applies to novelty types that are doubled with toys, mice or PC cameras and are expected to help decision-makers to reach the market more widely.

In terms of designs, companies are developing ever-tighter-looking factors. Aiyos and TGF have released 15 and 17 mm thickness units that are more compact than previous 20 mm versions.

LCoS flashlights continue to dominate China due to low power consumption and cost and size flexibility. An example is Walsoon Technology Co. Ltd.'s W-3MW model. It runs on WinCE 5.0 operating system, supports Word, Excel, PPT, TXT and PDF files and A / V formats. It works with a 2.4GHz wireless keyboard and mouse. The SGP007d model from Shenzhen S & G International Ltd with another LCoS RGB LED. The device provides 200: 1 contrast ratio, 640×480 pixels resolution and 20 lumens brightness. Project size is 6-100 "

As product developments are fully fluctuating and the drop in prices is due to fierce competition, Chinese manufacturers are optimistic about continued market growth and are also busy with robust worldwide deliveries, according to which DisplaySearch predicts 2018 can reach 142 million, estimated at $ 13.9 billion, but pocket-savers are still considered secondary, with an average monthly performance of between 1000 and 15,000 units.

Nevertheless, most polled decision-makers are predicted to be 2-10 percent in the coming months Southeast Asia, the Middle East and South America are the most important markets

It sends 70 to 80 percent of Aiyos overseas emissions, 50 percent goes to South America. Outbound shipments from Walsoon yield 80-90 % of the expo in Southeast Asia The two manufacturers expect a 5-10 percent increase in deliveries in the coming months. In Europe and North America, Shenzhen Tyder Region Technology Co. Ltd.'s main market, which accounts for 60-70 percent of overseas trade. The latter is the main target of Shenzhen S & G.

Mid-range and high-tech products are usually exported to Europe and North America. For Southeast Asia, Middle East and South America, suppliers deliver entry-level mid-range units

LCoS projectors dominate

DLP and LCoS are the main types of Chinese projectors, with total output over 80%. Although DLP variants provide better display effects, high costs protect the product from breaking mainstream. TI has the patented chipsets that require manufacturers to pay a license fee for the use of the solution. Most companies, such as Aiyos and Shenzhen Tyder, focus on producing LCoS units with better resolution, brightness and color. The variety accounts for 90% of TGF yield. The growing number of releases include RGB LEDs, which are expected to deliver mid-range and high-end entertainment in the coming months. Eighty percent of the Shenzhen S & G and Walsoon compilations use RGB LEDs.

The basic models currently account for 50 percent of China's total output of flashlights. These units are mostly LCoS types with VGA resolution, 20 lumens brightness, white LEDs, and 5 and 50 centimeter projection dimensions. ABS-installed outputs include USB and A / V ports, remote controls, and SD / MMC card slots.

LCoS versions are also dominant in the mid-range. These provide SVGA resolution with a brightness of 50 lumens at 5-100 mm projection size, white or RGB LEDs. LCDs, FM Recording and Touch Buttons. Most of them are in metal alloy

Outdated models that can be LCoS or DLP, provide SVGA or higher resolution with 200 lumens brightness and 5-200 ranges. RGB LEDs and HDMI ports, and integrate touch screens, cameras, mobile digital TV, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Units work with media formats and run on Windows CE or Android operating systems. High-end devices use 15 percent of manufacturers' performance.

Chips and optical motors are key elements of pocket projectors. The first is mainly derived from TI for DLP models, 3M, Himax, OmniVision and Micron LCoS. The second component, which accounts for 60 percent of the total cost, manufacturers turn to TI for DLP versions, Himax, 3M and Butterfly for LCoS units.

3M optical motors are currently the mainstreams used by manufacturers such as TGF, Walsoon, and Shenzhen Tyder, 50-70 percent of pocket-takers. Other manufacturers, including cooling fans, are available from local and Taiwan suppliers.

Mainland companies believe that shipment of raw materials and components remains stable over the next few months Hong Kong: compact, functional models of lead trends

Hong Kong pocket projectors create LCD, LCoS and DLP models offer. Most suppliers direct R & D activities to one type and technology. Service sets depend on how suppliers sell their products Most DLP and LCD versions are designed for business users. For many releases, VGA and SVGA resolution are sufficient to meet the needs of most users, especially for business presentations.

LCoS models are among the smallest, and some are part of the size of smartphones. These versions include 10 lumens of LED light sources, although some of the larger versions can have up to 50 lumens. LED flashlights have lower energy consumption, produce less heat and can be designed for smaller, lighter devices. LEDs are much longer than conventional projector lamps.

The microSD card slot and USB port combine to combine MP3, AVI, JPEG and onboard decoding capabilities with a variety of media types to create a lot of flashlights for full-featured media players. Models with composite video inputs allow the projector to be connected to a DVD player. Integrated speakers are generally weak, so the headphones and external speakers are added to the speakers. In future developments, manufacturers focus on battery integration. Maximum lifetime is 1-2 hours.

Due to lower prices, many suppliers choose most accessories, such as stand and cable. Some versions only use the PC VGA input instead of A / V. Customers who are willing to spend more can choose a DVB-T adapter or Wi-Fi extension. In Hong Kong there are less than 10 suppliers of pocket projectors. The area has no significant manufacturer base for conventional projectors.

Founded in 1994, Arany Fame International Enterprises Co. specializes in LED micro-projectors, laser detectors and projector lamps and modules. The ML130 is a 50 lumen DLP pico projector that works with a battery and has a LED light source. It includes a touch pad, 1W mono speaker and headphone output, and 2GB internal memory and microSD slot.

Suga Digital Technology Ltd. OEM and ODM are various consumer electronics, telecommunication, network and digital A / V products. The Video Pico projector and the Interactive Mini Projector models were awarded in 2008 and 2009 in Hong Kong. The latter includes an interactive pen that can be used instead of a keyboard or mouse during presentations.

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