The Doogee P1 portable projector, dubbed the world’s smallest smart projector, is now available for preorders with a price tag of $169. It was first showcased at the Mobile World Congress 2016 that was held in February.
Many smartphone companies have recently ventured into manufacturing a diverse range of products such as fitness bands, VR (virtual reality) headsets and more. Doogee Mobile — a Chinese smartphone maker that has launched well-received smartphones like Doogee F5, Doogee X5 Pro and Doogee HomTom HT6 — has launched a portable projector called Doogee P1 that resembles a Rubik’s cube.
The Doogee P1 can seamlessly connect to Android and iOS devices through Miracast and AirPlay. Apart from Wi-Fi, it also offers connectivity through v4.0 Bluetooth, USB 2.0 and microUSB.
The portable projector comes with 70 lumens bulb that offers a contrast ratio of 800:1 to deliver impressive images. It supports a native resolution of 854 x 480 pixels, and features 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of internal storage.
The device runs on Android 4.4 KitKat which allows users to access their favorite apps natively. The apps can be controlled using a smartphone or a wired mouse, Giz China reported. A gamepad can be also connected to the device to enjoy projected gaming.
The Doogee P1 projector is equipped with a 4800 mAh battery and also works a power bank which can be used to charge other devices. The device also comes with a high quality 1.2 W speakers and an inbuilt fan for heat dissipation. It measures 2.44 inches on all sides and weighs just under 8.5 ounces.
Preorders for the Doogee P1 projector have started on GearBest with a price tag of $169. Shipment of the product is expected to start April 4.
Source: YouTube / Gizchina