Are you wondering what a touchscreen projector is? It could be the coolest gadget this holiday season.
You don’t need to spend hours searching online and comparing the different touchscreen projectors currently in the market, we’ve done it for you right here. Sony just launched their Xperia Touch projector ($1699.99) this month, while Touchjet launched the Pond™ Touchscreen projector ($599.99) in 2015 (winner of the 2016 Edison Awards in Collaboration).
With both the Pond™ Touchscreen projector and Xperia Touch projector, any flat surface (wall, table, floor, etc) can be transformed into a touchscreen — play games, stream movies, flip through presentations, and much more.
Touchjet Pond™ Touchscreen Projector Sony Xperia Touch Projector
Transform your wall into a giant touchscreen. Have friends over and play on a much bigger touchscreen.
Use the portable touchscreen projector to transform the meeting room into a war room for collaboration.
Art meets technology with the touchscreen projector. With the Pond projector, your stylus now acts like a paintbrush. Your digital art can be saved, shared and printed.
With the built-in Android OS, download your favorite app and start interacting with touch. Your wall is now a giant touchscreen.
Great for the classroom! The touchscreen projector allow students to present and interact on a large touchscreen.
With the multi-touch function, users can interact together on the big screen. Math has never been so much fun.
The touchscreen projector turns your table into an interactive table.
The touchscreen projector acts just like a normal projector for streaming your favorite movies and shows. The Android OS is built-in so you don’t need to connect the projector to any computer or tablet to start streaming your favorite shows.
With the Pond Touchscreen Projector, users have the flexibility of using touch or using their smartphone or tablet as a smart remote control (by downloading the free Touchjet App).
You’re probably wondering what the differences are between the two projectors, here you go!