“Business Class” Favi Pico-Projectors Run Small, Have Linux

“Business Class” Favi Pico-Projectors Run Small, Have Linux

I’m still not sold on pico-projectors, but obviously that fact hasn’t stopped companies from continuing to make them. I even saw one in on a mobile phone in a commercial once – they’re so mainstream, man! And now Favi has two more:

Who? Right. Favi’s a first-timer around here. Anyway, they have two new additions to the pico-projector space: The RIOLED-Q and the RIOLED-V, two distinct little things that focus on business use (the former) and Linux/web apps (the latter.)

In the former’s case, “business” translates into a bright, 2-speaker-sporting pico-projector with A/V, VGA and USB connections. There’s memory built in, although it’s not said how much, and the form factor is small (note the pen), which is no surprise.

MSI projector PC

Both projectors are due out in February or early March. Maybe I’ll come around on the whole pico-projector category by then. [Pico-Projector Info]