Fujitsu reveals portable projector
Fujitsu Bay Projector fits into modular notebook bay, can double as cinema system
Fujitsu has revealed the fold out Fujitsu Bay Projector, which fits into a modular notebook bay.
The projector can be ready to use in seconds and is designed so that users do not need an external beamer or external cables to share any data including slides, spreadsheets or YouTube videos as it is all built-in.
"Every business notebook user knows the scenario of arriving at an important meeting ready to give a presentation, only to discover that the projector is broken, missing or just won't work with their notebook. The Bay Projector solves that - and underlines how LIFEBOOK models are truly a fully-mobile office. What's more is that projecting images directly from a notebook's modular bay is not only a world first but also very convenient - so we expect the Bay Projector to quickly become a ‘must have' executive accessory," said Dieter Heiss, head of Workplace Systems at Fujitsu Technology Solutions.
The Fujitsu Bay Projector will be available from July as an option for the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK P771 and LIFEBOOK S761 notebooks.
The modular bay housing the Projector is approximately the size of a DVD and can work on almost any surface.
Brightness and contrast can be adjusted directly on the device using built-in buttons and the device features laser beam technology, designed to provide high contrast and color depth for crisp, clear images.
The projector can also double as a private movie cinema projecting movies from the laptop onto a bigger screen.
The Projector is available to order from 1st July across the CEMEA, United Kingdom, Ireland and Nordic regions in LIFEBOOK P771 and LIFEBOOK S761 models.
The device will be priced at approximately $711 but this will vary according to region.