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DreamVision Launches Dreamy Geek, the First Android Projector on the Market

Press Release  |  Jul 12, 2013

LED projector combines amazing performance and unique features

Paris, France – July 12th, 2013 — Dreamvision, a cutting-edge brand of residential video products for the home theatre specialist, famous for its high-end Yunzi Series and its awarded Passive 3D solutions, DreamVision launch an all new exciting projector, the Dreamy Geek.

The new Dreamvision Dreamy Geek is a compact 1280×800 DLP projector powered by a 500 ANSI Lumens LED light source, whose exceptional longevity ensures up to 30,000 hours of video-projection. Thanks to its numerous inputs (including two HDMI inputs), the Dreamvision Dreamy Geek projector can play video games or Full-HD movies with stereo sound playback (4 internal speakers) onto and up to a 3-meter wide screen.

One of the greatest features of the Dreamvision Dreamy Geek is its network capability. Through the Ethernet or through the built-in Wifi, the Dreamy can be connected to your home or your office network. Practically and thanks to the DLNA capability of the Dreamy, it means that you can play photos or videos from your local storages, such as a NAS drive, a PC, a server or a media center. The Dreamy has a full compatibility with most common video formats such as AVI, MKV, MP4.

You can also stream your videos or photos directly from your iPhone or iPad to the Dreamy Geek thanks to the Airplay function. Weighing less than 1 kg, the Dreamvision Dreamy Geek is a very portable projector and is perfect for a normal use. You can easily take it to a customer's premises for your Excel or PowerPoint presentations or to a friend's house for a football match or to your holiday place for daily movie watching. There is a micro-SD card slot at the back and three USB inputs can accommodate USB keys and hard disks.

This small LED projector by Dreamvision has a fixed 1.19:1 short throw lens with a 50% offset. The benefit of having a short throw lens is that it minimizes the distance from the screen to the screen so much so, that the user can seriously contemplate the idea of putting the projector above, or inside, or below a coffee table, or wherever is available near to the screen/wall. As on the example below:

An absolutely unique feature on the market: the Dreamvision User Interface of the Dreamy Geek based on an Android 4.0 OS, will give full access to the thousands of available Apps on the Google Play market plus a number of pre-installed apps including Angry Birds, News Republic, Sports Republic, Appy Geek, Facebook, Twitter, Gmail.

You can also surf the internet, check your e-mails and chat with your friends or colleagues thanks to the supplied Dreamvision wireless Mouse/Keyboard.

Whether a casual game player or a hardcore player, the Dreamy Geek is made for you. Of course you can connect your PC or your video game console directly to the Dreamy, as you would with a TV or a monitor display. Thanks to its numerous inputs (2x HDMI, 1x PC Sub-D15, 1x RCA), the Dreamvision Dreamy Geek LED projector can accommodate most PC graphic cards and old/recent consoles. But with the Dreamy Geek you can go much further and also play all the compatible Android games on the Google Play market. Playing Angry BirdsTM, Cut the RopeTM or Where is My Water?TM on a big screen is even more fun, with the Dreamvision wireless Mouse/Keyboard.

With the Dreamy Geek, Dreamvision has once again set a milestone in the history of video-projection. Thanks to the LED lamp, the Android-based user interface, the rich connectivity and all the networking possibilities, the users will enjoy thousands hours of game, video and interactive media content with the Dreamy Geek.

About Dreamvision

Located in Paris and led by industry pioneer Jean Claude YOUNES, this visionary French firm had its beginnings way back in 1982, being the very first company to sell video projectors on the French Market. Fourteen years later, Jean Claude Younes decided to create his own brand of cutting-edge video products and he called it Dreamvision. Since 1996, in the shadow of the world-famous Montmartre hill, Dreamvision has been developing and refining the latest advancements in digital display technology to provide state-of-the-art video products for Home Cinema. Today, Dreamvision is a highly respected, global brand in high-performance video.