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Next Generation Mini Projectors Debuted by FAVI Entertainment

Press Release  |  Jun 8, 2010
MACOMB, Mich.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--FAVI Entertainment, a leading provider of visual display products including projectors, LCD televisions, screens and accessories, today introduced two LED-based handheld projectors ideal for consumers, educational institutions and business executives. Both models boast a lamp life of 20,000 hours while projecting up to a 100” diagonal image. Backed by FAVI’s competitive warranty program, each projector offers built-in speakers, a headphone connection as well as Mini USB and MicroSD/SDHC connectivity.

The B1-LED-PICO is a handheld projector designed specifically for business and education users. The B1-LED-PICO includes a native SVGA resolution (800 x 600 pixels), bright projection technology (35 lumens) and VGA input (RGB) -- making it ideal for computer or laptop presentations. Internal memory of up to 4GB and expandable microSD card slot offer additional options for storing and displaying videos, photos and music. It weighs eight ounces and measures 5” (W) x 3” (D) x 1” (H). The projector is packaged with a carrying case, international power plug adapters, mini tripod, remote control, VGA/composite combo cable, Mini USB cable and AC adapter.

The E1-LED-PICO is FAVI’s consumer and general use projector featuring RGB LED technology to allow for more vivid colors in photos and videos over standard LED-based Pico projectors. Powered by an AC adapter or four AA batteries (up to four hours of consecutive use), the E1-LED-PICO offers a three-level brightness control setting which maximizes battery efficiency. The projector weighs a mere four ounces while measuring 4.5” (W) x 2.4” (D) x 1” (H) -- a perfect travel accessory. The E1-LED-PICO’s native resolution is VGA (640 x 480 pixels) with an output of 15 lumens. The projector is packaged with a carrying case, tripod, remote control, VGA/composite cable, Mini USB cable and AC adapter.

The B1-LED-PICO and E1-LED-PICO are both priced at $297 and available now at, and

“We are proud to unleash our second generation LED-based mini projectors to the market,” explained Jeremy Yakel, president of FAVI Entertainment. “By using the most recent developments in LED technology, we’ve successful incorporated brighter, more brilliant displays while keeping the projectors pocket-sized. Based on our belief that consumers and professionals alike place a great deal of importance on mobility and longevity, we set out to offer easy-to-use handheld projectors that will last more than 20,000 hours. These new projectors are ideal for a variety of end-users while on the road, at home or in the office.”

Features of the B1-LED-PICO and E1-LED-PICO

•Lamp Technology: LED
•Display Technology: LCOS
•Built-in Speakers
•Vertical Image Flip
•Horizontal Image Flip
•PC Data Transfer
•Brightness Settings: Cinema, Normal and Bright
•Video/Audio Player Functions: Play, Stop, Pause, Mute, Fast Forward, Rewind
•Photo Viewer Functions: Zoom In/Out, Rotate and Slideshow
•Photo Formats Supported: JPEG and BMP
•Video Formats Supported: MPEG4, AVI, MOV, 3GP and MP4
•Audio Formats Supported: MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, WAV, PCM and ADPCM
•Input: VGA, Composite, Mini USB, MicroSD/SDHC and AC Power

In addition to projectors, FAVI Entertainment offers a breadth of LCD televisions, projector screens and accessories. To learn more, please visit:

About FAVI Entertainment
Founded in 2006, FAVI Entertainment is a leading provider of visual display products including projectors, LCD televisions, screens and accessories geared to consumers and businesses. The company’s digital projection and visual display products leverage the latest technologies, such as LED, to deliver high-quality video while on the road, at home or in the office. Headquartered in Macomb, MI, FAVI’s line of products offers a perfect blend of performance and affordability for professionals, educators and home theater enthusiasts alike. For more information, please visit: