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Syndiant’s VueG8™ Technology Featured in AIPTEK’s PocketCinema T25 Pico Projector
DALLAS – (November 17, 2010) –Syndiant, a leader in high resolution microdisplays for pico projectors, announces its SYL2041 with patented all-digital smart panel VueG8™ technology is featured in AIPTEK’s PocketCinema T25.
“Thanks to Syndiant’s microdisplay technology, AIPTEK’s PocketCinema T25 provides great image quality and brightness, which is exactly what we want in our PocketCinemas,” said Peter Chen, CEO of AIPTEK. “Syndiant’s ability to achieve high resolution, superior brightness, exceptional color saturation and image clarity is why we selected their technology. We knew Syndiant’s VueG8™ technology would greatly enhance consumer’s viewing experience.”
AIPTEK’s PocketCinema T25 delivers 800x600 native resolution, 25 ANSI lumen brightness, 400:1 contrast ratio, up to 20,000 hours of RGB LED lamp life, and projects images up to 185 cm (73-inches) diagonal. It supports laptops running Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7, and connects with PC or notebooks via USB cable, which it relies on for both data and power.
“We are very pleased to be working with AIPTEK whose team creates very cool and innovative product designs.” said Mark Harward, CEO of Syndiant. “Pico projectors are moving to higher resolutions. Consumers expect similar image quality from these devices as they do from their flat panel TVs. We will continue to innovate and bring high-definition to pico projectors.”
AIPTEK’s PocketCinema T25 pico projector includes a metal tripod, carrying pouch, quick start guide and USB cable. AIPTEK’s PocketCinema T25 can be ordered beginning November 15, 2010 in the UK for £199.99 ($322 USD) on Amazon.co.uk.
AIPTEK, Inc was founded in 1997 and has been a World leader in Pocket DV technology for more than 10 years. In 2000, when AIPTEK launched the World’s first ever pen type digital camera, it quickly gained worldwide notoriety and a reputation for innovation. In the 10 years since, AIPTEK has built-upon that reputation by working tirelessly to enhance its technology, while simultaneously proliferating its brand awareness and establishing global distribution channels. In accordance with AIPTEK’s long-standing commitment to innovation, the company introduced the World's first commercially available Pico Projector in 2009, and the first consumer based 3D-HD Camcorder in 2010. For more information, visit http://www.aiptek.com/.
Syndiant manufactures the world’s smallest and highest resolution light modulating chips used in ultra-portable projectors small enough to embed in a cell phone. Syndiant’s patented technology provides a large screen experience in handheld electronics, such as smartphones, notebook computers, portable media players, video game consoles and cameras. The company is headquartered in Dallas, with offices in Taiwan and Hong Kong. For more information, visit www.syndiant.com.