Projectors are getting smaller and smaller lately and for the home usage there is usually no need for too much integration of extra features. But for bussiness and office purposes it’s quite handy to have a all-in-one type of a projector with tons of integrated stuff. That’s exactly the case with the new Lightank W100 which should be hitting the market on July 12th.
Lightank W100 with a bit of an unorthodox design and shape as you can see from the pictures around here and LED 1000 ANSI lumen light source with roughly 30.000 hours of life span. It has optical glass lens and 45 degree up and down keystone correction.
But the whole integration part comes with the pre-installed Windows 10, Office 365 Bussiness Edition and Skype (built-in far field enhancement array mic for that) so you actually can use as a primary computer device with keyboard attached. For the purpose of running the Windows it’s equipped with Intel Celeron N3350 processor with only 6W TDP and 4 GB RAM + 32 GB of eMMC storage.
As for the connectivity it has dual band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, three USB ports (one is USB 3.0), HDMI, RJ-45 LAN, audio port and Miracast support. But to make things even easier it comes packaged with a special “Paipai” USB dongle for wireless connection, whole process of connecting your PC or Mac to cast takes about 10 seconds with no drivers or any extensive setup needed. Just press one button to cast.
Lightank W100 will be become available from July 12th through JD.com and the retail price is set at 4999 juans (so roughly $736).