VP Sales & Marketing
Syndiant and SSTDC Demonstrate Smallest SVGA Laser Pico Projector Engine
Targets Embedded Pico Projector Market at only 7.3cc with 10 lumens at 1.4watts
Dallas – (January 18, 2010) – Syndiant, the leader in high resolution microdisplays for pico projectors, and Shanghai Sanxin Technology Development Co., Ltd (SSTDC) announce the SEE100 Smartphone focus free laser optical engine for embedded pico projector applications. The engine, including three lasers (red, green and blue), all optics, and the Syndiant SYL2010 SVGA (800 by 600 pixel) microdisplay, is only 39 mm by 24 mm by 7.8 mm. The SEE100 engines are being demonstrated to select customers around the world.
“SSTDC is very excited about the response we are seeing for our growing family of Laseno (Laser Innovation) products for the pico projector market. The SEE100 optical engine represents a revolutionary breakthrough as it provides true SVGA resolution in a very small form factor with the high efficiency and focus free operation enabled by Laser illumination. The use of Syndiant’s SYL2010 panel enables high resolution and amazing image quality,” said James Lee, Chief Marketing Officer at SSTDC.”
“To see so much brightness projected from the tiny SEE100 Smartphone Optical Engine is amazing. Beyond that, it is focus free,” said Mark Harward, CEO of Syndiant. “Syndiant’s SYL2010 panel packs high resolution in a very small panel that is only 7 mm tall to enable very thin optical engines. Our patented VueG8™ all-digital smart panel technology is providing a rapid path toward providing HD resolution in pico projectors.”
SSTDC leads the next generation display solutions and provides innovative micro laser projection technologies. Our Laseno (Laser Innovation) provides mobile users a big screen experience and enhances the value of mobile devices with bright, sharp and high quality images. SSTDC’s headquarters and R&D center are located in Zhangjiang High Tech Park of Shanghai. For more information, visit www.laseno.com.
Syndiant manufactures the world’s smallest and highest resolution light modulating chips used in ultra-portable projectors small enough to embed in a cell phone. Syndiant’s patented technologies will provide a large screen experience in handheld electronics, such as smartphones, notebook computers, portable media players, video game consoles and cameras. The company is headquartered in Dallas, with a branch office in Taiwan. For more information, visit www.syndiant.com.