CES 2013: Favi Unveils Android-based Dual-Core Gaming Projector

Have you been paying attention to the CES this year?  We just released a new gaming projector -- the FAVI A4 -- at CES 2013!

At CES, Favi announces the A4 gaming projector, which runs Android 4.0 and has a dual-core processor.

Favi has announced its A4 gaming projector, with a fully integrated Android 4.0 operating system and dual-core processor. This DLP-based LED projector has a native 720p resolution and is rated at 500 ANSI lumens.  It is capable of projecting an image up to a maximum size of 200 inches (diagonally).

The Favi A4 sports a 1GHz dual-core Cortex A9 processor and 1GB RAM, and has 16GB of internal memory. As for connectivity, the A4 has two HDMI ports, three USB ports, one VGA and one composite input.

The Favi A4 is fully compatible with DLNA digital media streaming technology. It includes support for Google Play, which offers access to hundreds of thousands of apps including streaming media content providers. It offers both Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) and Ethernet 10/100 connectivity.

Read the full article by TONY HOFFMAN on pcmag.com.

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