The EPICT EPP-100 may look like any other pico projectors sold in the market however inside this device are components similar to those used in Android smartphones. This makes it perform just like a projector and like an Android PC once a mouse and keyboard are connected to it with the wall serving as the monitor.
- SoC – AllWinner A20 Dual core ARM Cortex-A7 Dual-Core with ARM Mali-400 MP2 GPU
- System Memory – 512MB RAM
- Storage – 4GB NAND Flash + micro SD card slot (Up to 32GB)
- Projector – Resolution 800 x 480, 35 Lumens, Up to 80″
- Connectivity – Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth
- USB – 1x USB 2.0 Host, 1x micro USB OTG
- Audio – 3.5 mm jack for headphone
- Power – Standby Time: Up to one week
- Dimensions – 68 x 62 x 57mm
- Weight – 210g (without the stand)
Used as a projector it can provide up to 35 Lumens that’s able to project an image on a wall. You need to use it on a dimly lighted room though. It’s really not one of the best projectors available in the market.
Using this device as an Android PC is sluggish at times owing to its hardware specs. The low powered dual core processor and limited RAM are contributing factors to this. You will however be able to go online, play games , run your favorite apps, or watch videos.
What makes this mini Android projector great is that for such a small device you can carry with you your presentations or watch videos on a large display while on the go.
This device is ready for pre-order at the PandaWill website and it seems they are the only ones stocking this device as of this moment. It is being priced at $220.99 with the package containing the unit itself, a charger, and a USB cable. It is expected to ship out at the end of August.
Considering its price tag there are other portable devices available in the market that are much cheaper and are even better at giving presentations or watching videos on the go.