Aaxa's L1 laser projector uses cutting-edge projection technology and has some excellent features, but its picture quality isn't any better than that of cheaper pico projectors.
Aaxa Technologies has introduced the L1 Laser Pico projector, which it says is the world's first laser Pico projector with an internal media player and storage.
Though its spec sheet doesn't quite measure up to that of competing pico projectors, the WowWee Cinemin Swivel's unique design and its inclusion of an adapter for iPhones and iPods make it an appealing choice.
When judged against the low expectations of pico projectors, the 3M MPro120 isn't bad, but it really isn't bright enough for projecting at larger sizes and it should include an adapter for Apple iPods and iPhones.
The company has announced its third-generation pocket projector, the MPro150, which will retail for $395.
Researchers at Queen's University in Canada are working on a mobile game system that combines a computer, shoulder-mounted projector, and flexible display.
Whether you're motivated by environmental, financial, or weight concerns, these little containers can be a big help for packing lunches.
Toshiba's $599.99 TDP-F10U Mobile LED Projector is a compact DLP pico projector billed as a notebook companion.
The WowWee Cinemin suite of ultra-portable multimedia micro projectors, powered by Texas Instruments' DLP Technology, have been designed to work with popular mobile devices, such as the Apple iPod and iPhone.
Samsung unveils the MBP-200 Pico Projector, a mini mobile accessory designed to transform the traditional 2-inch screen into up to about a 50-inch viewing area. You can then project anything you want, from presentations to video clips.