FAVI Launches All-in-One Android Based Projector

I wouldn’t base my home theater around a small OTT in the box projector, but I do find systems like that to be quite useful for impromptu viewing around the house or while traveling so it’s great to see more players entering the space – especially as the functionality embedded into the projector/player expands.

FAVI just announced one of these mobile, battery powered projectors, but instead of leveraging a Roku Stick it embedded Android 4.2.2 in the device so you can get access to pretty much all that the Play store has to offer for content and games. Native resolution is 854×480, so it’s not going to have that crisp HD look, but for there were always going to be some tradeoffs for mobility.

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FAVI Launches All-in-One Android Projector PC


Portable smart projector allows you to download apps and stream content on-the-go

Detroit, MI – September 17, 2014 – FAVI Entertainment empowers you to break free from the hassle of wired projectors and go completely wireless with the new Pico+ Smart Projector. The projector is lightweight, ultra-portable and features an integrated OS, allowing you to directly download and stream content directly from the device. The Pico+ Smart Projector eliminates the need of carrying a mobile device or additional hardware to provide content, making it easier than ever to stream your favorite apps and videos virtually anywhere.

“Projectors were once reserved for classrooms and conference rooms, but we’ve made it simple to use a projector in just about any setting,” said Jeremy Yakel, president of FAVI Entertainment. “The Pico+ Smart Projector can be setup anywhere to stream content directly from the projector, your mobile device or computer without the burden of a wired connection.”

The Pico+ Smart Projector features a built-in Android 4.2.2 OS and also allows you to directly download media and run apps like Netflix, DropBox, Skype, and many more in Google Play. It is compatible with most smart devices, comes with built-in Wi-Fi and projects up to 120 inches, great for making presentations on the road or sharing videos with family and friends.


Key features include:

  • Go completely wireless with built-in Wi-Fi
  • Fully portable projector streams images up to 120 inches
  • Download and run media and business up directly  in Google Play including Netflix ,Pandora, Chrome, Office, Drop Box, Skype and many more
  • LED Lamp boasts 20,000 lamp life and supports up to 1080p resolution
  • Built-in battery allows up to 2 hours on continual use
  • Built-in Android 4.2.2 and dual core processor

The FAVI Pico+ Smart Projector is available now for $499.00 at FAVIEntertainment.com and Amazon.com. For more information, please contact Lindsay Stuart, [email protected].

About FAVI Entertainment
FAVI Entertainment is a full service product design and development company specializing in home entertainment, Internet-of-Things (IOT), and “smart” devices.  Since 2006, we’ve developed over 120 consumer technology products under the FAVI brand. In 2013, Inc 5000 listed FAVI as one of the Fastest Growing Companies in the United States for the 3rd year in a row.

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  • I paid $220 for a tiny Qumi

    I paid $220 for a tiny Qumi LED projector (1280×800) and the chromecast hooked to it was $30.  While the Pico+ seems interesting, at that price point, anyone with a decent phone can do the same for 1/2 the cost and get better specs out of the setup.  Maybe I’m just not the target audience, but I find it hard to see the appeal for the cost of it.