Lenovo Announces their own Pocket Projector at Mobile World Congress 2015

Lenovo has just announced their own projector. It appears that projectors are making a comeback. After ZTE has announced a couple of them now, Lenovo has joined in on the fun. This is their Pocket Projector that will add a new dimension to watching and sharing content. All you need to do is attach the projector to a compatible Android device. Which is defined as a Miracast enabled device running Android 4.3 or higher. You can then project photos and really anything onto a wall at about 110-inches. Of course, it'll need to be in low-light conditions. It has a 50-lumen high contrast optical engine, which allows the projector to display a colorful, bright and vivid images and video.

According to Lenovo this Pocket Projector also delivers some pretty decent sound with it's dual speakers. They also tout that it takes just a few seconds to project content from a smartphone wirelessly via DLNA or Miracast. If you are going wireless, Lenovo states that the battery is good enough to project a full length movie on a single charge. According to the press release, the projector supports the most common multimedia file formats and offers microSD storage of up to 32GB.

The Lenovo Pocket Projector will be going on sale worldwide in March for about $199. Not exactly cheap, but still plenty cheap compared to other projectors out there. It's a great looking projector too, and we'll be getting our hands on it very soon. So if you're interested in the Lenovo Pocket Projector, be sure to leave a comment below and let us know!

Unlike ZTE's SPro 2, it does not run on Android, but it does work with your Android devices, which is definitely a huge plus for a lot of people. It'll be really interesting to see what other companies bring projectors like this to the show this week in Barcelona. How many of you would be interested in a projector? Let us know in the comments below.

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