If you're looking for a pocketable projector to use on the go, ASUS has just announced the pint-sized ZenBeam E1. Weighing in at just 307g, the ZenBeam E1 is able to connect to your Android phone, in addition to other sources, via HDMI and MHL.
As for specs, the pocket projector is capable of outputting an 854x480 picture at 150 lumens of brightness. Inside the projector packs a 6,000 mAh battery, which ASUS claims will last up to five hours.
Given the projector's ability to hook up to not only your Android phone, but also things like the Chromecast and Chromebit, it definitely makes for an interesting option if you're in need of a screen on the go.
As for when you can get your hands on one, ASUS says the ZenBeam E1 should be available for $249 from major retailers imminently.
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