Relatively affordable portable projectors are trending and Philips is joining in with the Australian launch of their PicoPix Max TV this week.

Dan Mamane, President of Screeneo Innovation SA commented:

“At Philips Projection, we’re always looking to break new ground, which is why we’re thrilled to announce the PicoPix Max TV, the state-of-the-art product in portable entertainment. As an extension of our high quality range of portable projectors, the PicoPix Max TV offers the best viewing experience and high-end features for ultimate convenience”

Featuring a true 1080p Full HD display along with built-in 2.1 speakers, the PicoPix Max TV could be a good option for an outdoor backyard movie night projector once the weather gets warmer.

A TI DLP Cinema technology chip controls 4 LED RGGB channels to output up to a 120-inch display with HDR10 and Netflix/Amazon Prime/Disney+ certification.

With Android TV apps, Google Assistant, Chromecast built-in, HDMI and USB-C inputs there’s plenty of choice for what to watch and the 21,000mAh battery portable projection is said to last up to 4 hours .

The viewing experience includes AI-driven Auto Focus, Auto Keystone correction (vertical +45 degree), multiple image correction, 4-corner correction, and a light sensor for adaptive brightness.

Audio output is handled by 2×12 watt built-in 2.1 speakers which can be used for up to 10 hours when the projector is off, using Bluetooth 5.0 BoomBox mode.

The Philips PicoPix Max TV is available for $1,495 + delivery from JB Hi-Fi online.