Subject: Systems | January 4, 2016 - 07:00 PM | Sebastian Peak
Tagged: projector, micro projector, Lenovo, ideacentre 610s, ideacentre, CES 2016, CES
The ideacentre 610S is a tiny PC with a triangular shape, designed for the living room (or any situation where a small-footprint computer is needed). But this is more than just a PC, as the 610S is bundled with a TI DLP micro projector.
So what sort of components can be found in a PC / projector combo that combine to stand just a few inches tall? Lenovo provided these specifications (which unfortunately do not list the exact dimensions):
- Up to 6th gen Intel Core i7 processor
- Up to NVIDIA GTX 750ti 2GB GDDR5 desktop gaming graphics
- Up to 16GB DDR4 memory (1 x SO-DIMM)
- Up to 2TB HDD or 128GB SSD
- WLAN: 802.11ac with Bluetooth 4.0
- Ports: LAN 10/100/1000, HDMI, 4 x USB 3.0, 3-in-1 card reader (SD/SD/HC/SDXC)
- Windows 10 Home
- 2.9 liter volume
- TI Micro Projector (220LM, 720P resolution, 100” at 2.4m)
- WIHD: 60GHz Wireless (with projector module)
- Chipset: Texas Instrument DLP Chip
- Audio: 1 x 2w internal speaker. Ports: 1 HDMI-in and 1 USB 2.0
- Ebony black with a tripod hole on the bottom
In addition to the 35W Intel processors a desktop GPU (the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti) is available as an option for better graphics performance. I/O is good for a small form-factor system like this with 4 USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, and Gigabit LAN, and there is integrated 802.11ac wireless.
The micro projector is a separate device that can be powered through contacts at the top of the 610S (or via AC). It uses a WirelessHD connection to the system and also has an HDMI input, and outputs a 720p image at 220 lumens at up to 100 inches.
The Lenovo ideacentre 610S will retail for $849 with projector included, but won’t be available until June 2016.
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