Pico Projector & next-generation mobile security solution

3/28/2012 7:01:10 PM

Pico Projector & next-generation mobile security solution

Portronics launches HD POR 315 Pico Projector


Description: Description: POR 315 Pico Projector

Portronics, one of the emerging pioneers in the field of digital and mobile devices, launched the POR 315 Pico Projector, one of the Pico projectors which is provided with power granted by India's most intelligent battery. POR 315 Pico projector is as big as your palm which lets you live a high-definition lifestyle with additional HDMI input , supporting the resolution of 1024x600.

POR 315 is not only a pocket projector but also a powerful mobile computing basement. It has SD slot allowing to increase the storage, 3000mAh installed lithium-ion battery, filling up 2 hours after charging once. Portable projector is very convenient because it provides direct projection from USB.

Additional features consist of video composite input, VGA input, and 1-watt built-in loudspeaker. POR 315 Pico goes along with 45-lumen optical engine power granted by LCOS Combined with the vivid colors. POR 315 has 20,000-hour LED light and can create vivid color images up to 80 inches. There are full of I/O gates, including USB, VGA, HDMI and video, allowing you to have easy access to almost all of the analog or digital equipments.

Trend Micro accounces the next-generation mobile security solution


Description: Description: Trend Micro Mobile Security Personal Edition


Trend Micro, Inc., the world's leading cloud security firm and the innovator in the field of mobile security for a long time, has announced the latest addition to the mobile arsenal of Trend Micro, Trend Micro Mobile Security Personal Edition, a solution was designed to protect smartphone and Android tablets, including free application scanner, lost item protection and enhanced security to prevent threats while surfing webs, calling or texting.


When Android equipments become popular, so do cyber criminals. The threat researcher at Trend Micro said the new threats targeting Android devices have increased 800% since 2011 February. In this version, after the display of Enterprise solution of Trend Micro, Trend Micro Mobile Security 7, customers’ mobile equipments will be protected better based on the new data which has just been explored within these 6 months. With a large amount of personal data which is currently saved and transacted via these equipments, the emergency is that the lost items need to be found or sensitive information should be deleted. These equipments do not only allow the third party to increase the phone and data bills but also allow to access online banking accounts, networking sites and in some cases, it can enable the access to the automatic system at home, even doors and alarm bell.

Trend Micro Mobile Security Personal Edition is available in Android Market and big retail stores.  While the scanning application is free, the advanced applications including Lost Device Protection and Surf, Call, Text Security, are available for $49.95 for 2 years.

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