Favi Entertainment Debuts E3-LED-PICO Projector
Favi's pocket-sized LED projector works for big-screen gaming, home theater, and business needs.
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December 13, 2011 by Rachel Cericola

Someone must be buying these teeny pico projectors because companies keep cranking them out! If you’re looking to hide some home entertainment in someone’s stocking this season, Favi Entertainment just unleashed the Favi E3 DLP Pocket Projector.

This pocket-sized pico projector is designed for gaming, home theater and business travel applications. Featuring DLP technology, it has 50 lumens of brightness and a WVGA native resolution (854 x 480) that promises images up to 110 inches. Weighing in at 8 ounces, the E3 also has an LED lamp and internal speakers for a big-screen solution almost anywhere.

Speaking of which, the unit also has an integrated rechargeable battery, so you can enjoy up to two hours of playtime without the need for a power source. When it needs a little charge, just hook it into any active USB port.

Other features include 128MB of internal memory and an SD/SDHC/MMC card slot for up to 32GB of storage.

Available now, the E3 pico projector has an MSRP of $349. That price includes a remote, a carrying case, a tripod, a power cable (with international plug adapter kit), a mini USB cable, and a female USB adapter to project images and video directly from flash drive.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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