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Favi debuts RIOLED-Q and RIOLED-V wireless pico projectors

Favi Entertainment unveiled two new LED-based pico projectors at CES 2010 last weekend, one consumer model and one for business purposes.
Written by Rachel King, Contributor on

Favi Entertainment unveiled two new LED-based pico projectors at CES 2010 last weekend, one consumer model and one for business purposes.

First there's the consumer-friendly and highly portable RIOLED-V (pictured). Good for personal (or even business/educational) use, the projector is equipped with Wi-Fi and apparently can fit in your pocket. Based on Linux, users can run a number of programs including YouTube, Flickr, e-mail clients, web browsers and more. It's being touted as a netbook/projector. There's also a USB port, A/V output, a SM/MMC card reader and internal memory (though its not clear how much).

Then there's the RIOLED-Q, targeted towards a more professional crowd. Also built with a SM/MMC card reader and internal memory, the selling spec on this device is that it projects very bright images at a 800 x 600 resolution at 50 lumens. Then there are some more extras like USB connectivity, digital keystone correction and a built-in three-watt stereo speaker.

We don't have prices yet, but we'll be seeing them available for sale by late February or early March.

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