In addition to the next generation 300Lumen optical engine, the P300 sports native 1280×800 HD resolution, vibrant color technology with 15,000 LEDs, a powerful ARM processor for videos and pictures, an internal Li-Ion battery that lasts up to 1.2 hours, and a variety of inputs including HDMI, USB, and MicroSD. The P300 supports MP4, MP3, AVI, JPG, and text files and can produce an image up to 120 inches in the proper low-light conditions.
This is the first gadget in a long time that I’ve felt I had to have the second I learned about it. One of the best features of the P300 is that, despite all the power, it’s less than six inches long, making for a very compact projector. Of course, none of this matters if it can’t perform well. Find out for yourself when it starts shipping on 10/26 for $419.