The recently concluded Computex exhibition was a chance for Aiptek to show off two of their future pico projector models, the T20 and T30. The T20 is designed for notebooks. It’s able to keep its size in check because it draws its power via USB, eliminating the need for a battery. The T20 is capable of displaying VGA images at up to 42-in. The pico-er T30 is something that you iPod and iPhone owners might want to put in your “future purchases” list, as its made for Apple’s PMPs.
The T30 is the one on the left, and the T20 is the one on the right. Amazingly, the T30 seems to be the more feature-packed of the two, as it not only offers AV-in recording, it can also project images at up to 50-in, 8 inches wider than the T20. It also uses RGB LED tech instead of white LED, which, according to Electronista, should result in higher quality display. Engadget also thinks that the iPod/iPhone compatible T30 will have internal storage.
Keep an eye on Aiptek’s website for future updates on these tiny drive-in theaters. I know I will. Because they’re something to write about.