Our devices are constantly being built to be more portable-friendly, including projectors. One example is the SwitchCubic which claims to be the world’s first pocket PC and projector. This portable and ultra-compact projector fits comfortably into any bag and lets you enjoy the big screen anywhere.
The SwitchCubic pocket PC & #projector https://t.co/nUznqEaZXk Small enough to fit in any bag, it boasts a massive 1080p Full HD projection quality for movies and more. #tech pic.twitter.com/KvZvB64Qyx
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Projectors in the modern era
The SwitchCubic is a 2-in-1 Android projector with a 4K mini PC that’s designed to switch functions when you need to. You can make it into your portable workstation or improve your film viewing experience by clicking a button.
The device has autofocus and keystone correction functions that make it easier to set it up for projecting anything on a screen. You can use the SwitchCubic’s projector function on any surface with the press of a button when you connect it to your computer or phone. It can project images from any surface between 30 to 120 inches.
But just because it can project on big surfaces doesn’t mean your image quality will suffer. The SwitchCubic boasts that it can project 1080P full HD images and support 4K content decoding”. You can have a big presentation at work or a movie night with this device without compromising the image quality.
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While the battery life of the SwitchCubic is at 120 to 150 minutes of playtime, you can plug it in with a USB-C cable so you don’t have to worry about it suddenly shutting down in the middle of a presentation or a movie. You can also wirelessly connect to it via ScreenMirroring, AirPlay, and Bluetooth.
As a PC, it has 8GB of RAM and a storage space of 256GB with Windows 10 as its operating system. Even if the SwitchCubic is a small, portable device, you can multitask and even play games with this.
YouTube: SwitchCubic Demo
Photo credit: The feature image has been taken by Artur Verkhovetskiy.