We’ve seen a lot of Android accessories being rolled out lately, accessories that could simultaneously be described as both cooler than a cryogenic cucumber and hotter than a heat-wave in hell. Well, here’s the latest addition to that pantheon of perfect peripherals, the Lightplay from Phonesuit; and it’s ready to bring Android illumination…
A pint-sized projector mere inches in size, the Lightplay not only delivers a native resolution of 1024×600 (support for 1080p and 720p HD content), 50 ANSI Lumens of light, an RGB LED light source, 8GB of internal memory, a rechargeable battery, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, as its 1GHz processor also runs on Android, you can cruise Google Play directly, downloading any and all apps you fancy before – wait for it – projecting then at a scale of up to 80-inches (diagonal) on any surface you please!
Imagine having an array of enormous Angry Birds splattered across your wall, watching The Dark Knight rise again with all the cinematic scale but none of the bag rustling, phone beeping, chatting imbeciles of the Odeon, or even giving a professional projector presentation before the Board and beating that suck-up Smithers to the promotion – but three scenarios where Lightplay’s enlightening infotainment ingenuity saves the day.
Coming complete with USB and mini USB ins for hard-connection of other Android phones and tablets, HDMI out should you wish to rig it to another display source, and a built-in speaker for, well, that much is obvious, the Lightplay even comes bundled with a six inch tripod and a 2.4Ghz controller keyboard with full gyroscopic motion control.
With a standard price of US $500, Phonesuit are currently cuttng the cash, so head over to the website now to save $100 and pick yourself up portable projector perfection.