Putting a DLP projector onto a tablet is an inspired move because it allows business people to cut down the amount of luggage they need to cart round.
Shenzhen, Guangdong (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
Business executives needing to throw together a presentation on the fly and tutors with large classes will be well serviced by an innovative new gadget, which combines the portability of an Android tablet PC with the power of a Digital Light Processing (DLP) projector, according to Android tablet specialist Chinavasion.
The company is releasing the world's first DLP tablet that is capable of projecting images onto a 50 inch surface for three hours. "This makes it perfect for business executives or trainers who frequently have to visit business clients," says Rose Li, PR manager of the tablet specialist.
"Putting a DLP projector onto a tablet is an inspired move because it allows business people to cut down the amount of luggage they need to cart round," says Li.
"Forget the heavy laptop, forget even carrying a little projector, this tablet projector will let business people carry all of their presentation tools in their jacket pocket."
With an A9 ARM Cortex processor, the potential for 32GB of memory and an Android 4.2 operating system, Li says there is more than enough computing power to run multiple documents while still surfing the net. "It doesn't matter if Office Suite, Kingsoft or some other document viewer and editor is the preferred office app, this tablet will get the job done."
While technology like this would be expensive if released by a marquee brand, Li says that Chinavasion has been able to release it for a lot less than many other name brand tablets. "A tablet and projector like this should cost in excess of US$800, Chinavasion is selling it for well under $400."
With more than 360,000 satisfied customers shopping from almost every corner of the world Chinavasion has proven itself to be the destination for hot gadgets like DLP Android tablet projectors and Android phones. To learn more visit the site at http://www.chinavasion.com.