Pico Projector Market Expected to Deliver Dynamic Progression By 2022

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Recent Developments

COVID-19 pandemic has caused major supply chain disruption for the electronics market as the manufacturing units were largely sourced from China, source of pandemic. Also, due to lockdown situations over many countries the manufacturing companies have been lockdown due to shortage of laborers as well. These conditions has caused the slowdown in growth of electronics market and only after lifting of lockdown things are going to take a turn for better.

In September 2019, ColorChip, a global leader in photonic integrated technologies, introduced a highly innovative, ultra-compact, efficient RGB Pico-Projector based on a patented PLC SystemOnGlass (SOG) platform, advancing the core-technology eco-system required for Tethered and Standalone AR/VR SmartGlasses, where stringent demands on power efficiency and compactness are paramount. It is going to be an extra-ordinary support to the tech-savvy world highly dominated by AR and VR. Development of these technologies is going to boost the demand for this projector.

Pico Projector Market

In August 2019, AAXA Technologies announced the release of S2 Pico Projector. The S2 Pico projector features a massive 6-hour 15000mAh battery*, improved onboard speakers, and Direct Smartphone Mirroring through its USBC (compatible) port. The AAXA S2 Mini HD Projector is a high performance solid-state mini projector that delivers true native 720P (1280x720) performance and is able to deliver up to 6 hours of projection playback anytime, anywhere. With improved specs and great battery, this projector took to the market like a fish to water. It generated great demands and is looking forward to generating it more in the coming years.

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In September 2019, Taiwanese multinational hardware firm Acer unveiled a portable LED projector at consumer technology tradeshow IFA Berlin. Claimed to feature the world's first auto-portrait mode to provide users with an effortless way to share smartphone content anytime, anywhere, the C250i has a unique twisted design, making it stand-free and adding support for multi-angle orientation. Multiple benefits and cutting edge technological innovations boost its demand in the market all over.

In June 2017, MicroVision Collaborates with Ragentek on VOGA V Smartphone with Embedded Pico Projector. Ragentek, a Chinese-based smartphone manufacturer and solution company with top selling phones in China, India, Brazil and other countries, placed a $6.7 million order with MicroVision for a customized display engine, PSE-0403-103, to be embedded in its VOGA V smartphone. This win-win collaboration has  certainly been fruitful for both the party in the past and is expected to bear fruits of labor in the future as well.

In 2019, Samsung patents a new portable projection system that can be mounted on a wall or sit on a table. The projection system can be controlled by a smartphone or any other kind of computers such as a tablet, laptop, desktop, wearable devices like a smartwatch or a set-top-box. It can be used efficiently in the future pico projectors manufacturing, giving it an extra-edge.

In August 2018, BenQ, makers of projectors, LCD screens and other IT hardware, has launched Joybee GP2, a pico projector, in India. The projector comes with an iPod/iPhone dock along with HDMI, SDcard slot, and USB port to connect it to other devices like PC, and other phones. This launch provides BenQ an extra edge in the Indian market of pico projector.

 

In 2018, Sony India launched MP-CD1 portable mobile projector in India, said to be able to transform any surface into a wide screen, making it perfect for projecting content for a large audience. The Sony MP-CD1 mobile projector is said to enhances brightness levels to reduce motion blurring and noise and ensure optimum performance. It is equipped with Texas Instruments' DLP IntelliBright technology that manages brightness and power consumption. With this new launch, Sony expects to build on the footing it has got in Indian projector market.

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