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Philips Picopix brings Free to Air TV to the big screen

Philips PicoPix today brought its PPX 3610 device to the Digital Winter event. This multimedia pocket projector enables users to directly connect to the internet and project a range of digital content from a single device.

Being the market leading brand in the UK and Europe for pico projectors. Philips’ Picopix 3610 with its integrated WiFi, Android operating system and web browser now provides even greater connectivity options. This latest model also has an Office Viewer feature which allows you to view all .pdf, .ppt/.pptx, .xsl/.xlsx, .doc/.docx files from a USB stick or even directly from the product’s internal memory (4GB). Perfect for making presentations on business trips!

phillips PicopixEverything is possible with the PPX 3610

Designed to be the perfect companion for any trip, this new model will project on any medium with superb image quality (up to 100 lumens) providing a large screen at any time (a diagonal size of up to 120”). Fitted with all the necessary interfaces (including a mini HDMI socket) this pocket projector can be connected to a computer, a smartphone or a tablet. It’s the perfect product to share any presentations, reports or multimedia content. But it’s not all work and no play, thanks to its connectivity you can enjoy movies, gaming and more when the working day is done.

It is very simple to use. An integrated touch pad provides menu access and allows for easy navigation on the internet. With a battery life of two hours as well as a 1 watt sound bar, the PPX 3610 is an autonomous projector. You can take it anywhere you want and use it anytime you want. It is very easy to control from a smartphone via a remote control application available for iOS and Android.

The Philips PicoPix PPX3610 projector is DLNA compatible so it can manage a WiFi connection to a DLNA Server and project any content stored there. No cables required, perfect for a home network.

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