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2011 Stand-alone Picoprojector Report: A Market and Technology Study covering Stand-alone Picoprojectors

Abstract

The Need:

Stand-alone picoprojectors were first introduced commercially in 2008 and since then have been introduced by multiple additional vendors. For purposes of this report, a stand-alone picoprojector is small enough to fit in a pocket and can be battery powered. The unit may or may not have an internal media player. Sales to date have been modest, but respectable and significant growth in this market is expected in the future. Component suppliers, pico module makers, projector system makers and others need to understand the consumer needs in this market in order to provide products that sell in significant quantities. This report is designed to address this need.

Careful evaluation of the technology, markets and end-user needs are required to create forecasts that are realistic. This sober and independent evaluation is required to understand and plan for developments in the stand-alone picoprojector market, as well as the market for pico/micro projectors in general.

Report Organization:

The pico/micro projector market can be broken into six market segments, as shown in the Table below. Only the stand-alone picoprojector segment is addressed in this report. Separate reports will discuss the other segments, with the Smart Phone Handset and Digital Camera reports already available.

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Part 1 of this report covers the technology, human factors and market drivers that are common for all six market segments. Part 2 of the report then takes a deep-dive into how this general information applies to stand-alone picoprojectors. Because the use model and therefore end-user needs and requirements differ depending on an end-user' s background, this report divides the countries of the world into 3 regions, depending on the average wealth of the country. The needs and requirements for stand-alone picoprojectors are examined separately for each region. Part 2 also provides optimistic, conservative and expected sales forecasts through 2016 for stand-alone picoprojectors for each of the 3 regions. These forecasts involve unit sales, revenue to the picoprojector module manufacturers and overall industry revenue from retail sales.

In the near future, Insight Media expects to present reports on the three additional market segments. These additional reports will include the same Part 1, but Part 2 of each report will cover market-segment specific technology, applications, consumer expectations and forecasts.

Key Findings:

Some key findings of this report include:

  • The best way to group pico/micro projectors is by use model rather than by technology.
  • There is no hard-and-fast line between a "Pico" and a "Micro" projector. Rather, there is a smooth gradation from lowest to highest in all properties, including resolution, lumen output, power consumed, size and price.
  • All four of the available picoprojector technologies, scanned mirror systems, color-filter LCoS, DLP microdisplays and Color-Sequential LCoS microdisplays are able to meet the current requirements for projector cameras.
  • In the future, end-users will demand higher output picoprojectors. It is doubtful if scanned mirror systems can meet this requirement because of safety considerations.
  • White LEDs, RGB LEDs and RGB lasers can all meet the requirements for stand-alone picoprojectors.
  • The main use model for stand-alone picoprojectors is for individual or small group (2-3 people) viewing of entertainment content.
  • The dominance of entertainment-type content is true for picoprojectors nominally purchased for professional use as well as ones bought by consumers.
  • Pico/micro projector manufacturers and retailers must compete directly with other mobile display technologies for the end-users' eyeballs.
  • In the stand-alone picoprojector market, the technology most in competition with picoprojectors are direct-view LCD or OLED displays embedded into mobile systems such as tablet or laptop computers.
  • The size of direct-view display embedded in a tablet is limited to about 10" (254mm). Displays up to 17" (435mm) are available in laptop computers. The main reason to use a picoprojector is to make an image larger than this.
  • End-users largest concern in the stand-alone picoprojector and other pico/micro projector markets is the image size that can be made under various ambient lighting conditions.
  • Companies that claim very large image sizes from their picoprojectors are doing themselves and the industry a disservice by setting unrealistic expectations among end users
  • Region 2, which includes developing countries such as China, India, Indonesia, Turkey, Brazil, Mexico, Russia and South Africa, represent approximately 2/3 of all stand-alone picoprojector sales.

Methodology:

Insight Media has a transparent, comprehensive and unique forecast methodology. For this series of reports, we divided the pico/micro projector market into the six segments shown in Table 1 because end-user expectations are very different for each of these six segments. While the pico/micro projector technology and human factors remains the same across all six markets, the marketing factors, the end-user expectations and the forecast penetration rates into the Total Available Market (TAM) are very different for each segment.

The flow chart in Figure 10 indicates the paths used to generate the final forecast for stand-alone picoprojectors. Our Market Analysis focuses on larger scale factors that will help drive or slow adoption of these picoprojectors, while our Competitive Analysis focuses on how stand-alone picoprojectors can create value propositions that allow them to compete with other displays and systems containing displays.

One of the key steps in this process is the Purchase Decision Analyses. In this analysis, the expectations of end users of stand-alone picoprojectors are compared to what these stand-alone picoprojectors could actually achieve. This analysis was repeated three times for each of two scenarios:

  • End-users in the wealthy Region 1 countries
  • Analyzed for 2011, 2013 and 2015
  • End-users in the less wealthy Regions 2 and 3 countries
  • Analyzed for 2011, 2013 and 2015

The 2011 analysis was done by comparing current stand-alone picoprojectors to current consumer expectations. The analysis was repeated for 2013 and 2015 using forecast technology trends and extrapolated consumer expectations.

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Insight Media believes the market for stand-alone picoprojectors is a worldwide market, although end-users have varying needs and desires in different regions. Therefore, the forecast is broken down by region.

Since multiple technologies can meet the requirements for stand-alone picoprojectors, this report does not sub-divide the forecast by technology.

Who Should Buy:

Technology planners, marketing planners, business development managers, senior executives, engineering managers and researchers who are:

  • Manufacturers of optical, electronic and mechanical components for pico/micro projectors,
  • Including microdisplays, MEMS mirrors, LEDs and lasers for these projectors
  • Manufacturers of picoprojector modules
  • Manufacturers of picoprojectors, microprojectors and other systems incorporating solid-state projectors
  • Including system component suppliers such as suppliers of media player chips and software or video interfacing technology.
  • CE brands with a current or potential interest in either picoprojectors or technologies competing with picoprojectors
  • Retailers, both brick & mortar and on-line
  • Technology development companies and organizations
  • Research institutes and organizations

Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary

  • 1.1. Part 1: Common Section Executive Summary
    • 1.1.1. Market Segment Analysis
      • 1.1.1.1. Technologies in Competition with Mobile Projectors
      • 1.1.1.2. Developments Likely to Affect the Pico/Micro Projector Market
    • 1.1.2. Pico/Micro Projector Human Factors Analysis
      • 1.1.2.1. Achievable Image Size
      • 1.1.2.2. Laser Safety
    • 1.1.3. Enabling Technology
      • 1.1.3.1. Technology Combinations
      • 1.1.3.2. Light Sources and System Efficiency
      • 1.1.3.3. Power and Battery Technology
  • 1.2. Part 2: Stand-alone Picoprojector Executive Summary
    • 1.2.1. Forecast Regions
    • 1.2.2. User Feedback and Use-Model of Stand-Alone Picoprojectors
    • 1.2.3. Competitive Technologies
    • 1.2.4. Application and Technology Trends for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
    • 1.2.5. End-User Stand-Alone Picoprojector Purchase Decision Analysis
    • 1.2.6. Stand-Alone Picoprojector Forecast

2 Introduction & Methodology

Part 1: Pico/Microprojector Common Section

3 Market Segment Analysis

  • 3.1. What are Pico and Micro Projectors?
  • 3.2. A Brief History of Pico/Micro Projectors
  • 3.3. Market Data Uncertainty
  • 3.4. Pico/Micro Projector Use Models
  • 3.5. Market Segments for Pico- and Micro- Projectors
  • 3.6. Market Trends Through 2016
    • 3.6.1. Market Pull vs. Technology Push
    • 3.6.2. Lumen Output Increases
    • 3.6.3. Supply Chain Consolidation
    • 3.6.4. Focused Designs
  • 3.7. Milestone Roadmap
  • 3.8. Technologies In Competition with Mobile Projectors
    • 3.8.1. Low-cost Mainstream Projectors
    • 3.8.2. Direct-View LCD and OLED Displays
    • 3.8.3. e-Paper including Rollable and Foldable Displays
    • 3.8.4. Transflective Displays
    • 3.8.5. Head Mounted Displays
    • 3.8.6. Non-portable Displays

4 Pico/Micro Projector Human Factors Analysis

  • 4.1. Mobile Projector Colorimetry
    • 4.1.1. Wavelength Choice for LEDs
    • 4.1.2. Wavelength Choice for Lasers
  • 4.2. Projector Luminance, Image Brightness, Image Size and Contrast
    • 4.2.1. Helmholtz-Kohlrausch Effect
  • 4.3. Resolution
    • 4.3.1. Text Legibility
  • 4.4. Pico/Micro Projector Laser Safety

5 Enabling Technology Analysis

  • 5.1. Valid Technology Combinations
  • 5.2. Etendue and Power Limited Pico/Micro Projector Systems
    • 5.2.1. Etendue Limitations
      • 5.2.1.1. Technical Description
    • 5.2.2. Power Limitations
  • 5.3. Image Sources
    • 5.3.1. Scanned Mirror Systems
      • 5.3.1.1. Single Scanning Mirror
      • 5.3.1.2. Two Scanning Mirrors
    • 5.3.2. Micromirror Arrays
    • 5.3.3. LCoS CFA
    • 5.3.4. Color Sequential LCoS
      • 5.3.4.1. Micron
      • 5.3.4.2. Syndiant
      • 5.3.4.3. OmniVision (Formerly Aurora)
      • 5.3.4.4. Himax
    • 5.3.5. Other Approaches to Pico/Micro Projection
      • 5.3.5.1. Light Blue Optics (Phase Modulation Projection)
      • 5.3.5.2. Display Photonics (Transmissive LCD)
      • 5.3.5.3. ImagineOptix Polarization Gratings
  • 5.4. Illumination Sources for Pico- and Micro-Projectors
    • 5.4.1. Polarization and Collection Efficiency
    • 5.4.2. RGB LED Illumination
    • 5.4.3. White LED Illumination
    • 5.4.4. Laser Illumination
      • 5.4.4.1. Laser Speckle
      • 5.4.4.2. Focus-Free Projectors
  • 5.5. Power for Mobile Projectors
    • 5.5.1. General Power Requirements
    • 5.5.2. Batteries for Mobile Projectors
  • 5.6. Picoprojector/Source Connectivity
    • 5.6.1. Internal Connections
    • 5.6.2. Wired Connections
      • 5.6.2.1. USB
      • 5.6.2.2. HDMI
      • 5.6.2.3. DisplayPort
      • 5.6.2.4. Wired Interfaces Summary
    • 5.6.3. Wireless Connections
      • 5.6.3.1. Wireless Connectivity to the Internet
      • 5.6.3.2. Bluetooth
      • 5.6.3.3. Wireless USB
      • 5.6.3.4. Wi-Fi
      • 5.6.3.5. WiMAX
      • 5.6.3.6. Proprietary Interfaces
      • 5.6.3.7. Near Field Communication
      • 5.6.3.8. ZigBee
      • 5.6.3.9. WHDI
      • 5.6.3.10. 60GHz
      • 5.6.3.11. Wireless Connectivity Summary
  • 5.7. Pico/Micro Projector Manufacturing Issues

6 Other Applications

  • 6.1. Retail Use
  • 6.2. Automotive
  • 6.3. Aviation
  • 6.4. Industrial
  • 6.5. Medical
  • 6.6. Other Potential Applications

Part 2: Stand-Alone Pico Market Segment

7 Picoprojector Competitive Analysis

  • 7.1. Picoprojector Technology for Stand-alone Systems
    • 7.1.1.1. Imaging Technology
    • 7.1.1.2. Light Source Technology
  • 7.2. Evolution of Picoprojector Modules
  • 7.3. Competitive Analysis of Existing Stand-Alone Picos
    • 7.3.1. Lumen Output
    • 7.3.2. Embedded Games
    • 7.3.3. Cost and Importance of Media Player
    • 7.3.4. Tablet Computers
    • 7.3.5. Competition with Microprojectors
    • 7.3.6. Competition with Mainstream Projectors
  • 7.4. Consumer Product Feedback
    • 7.4.1. On-Line Feedback
    • 7.4.2. Feedback Summary
  • 7.5. Stand-alone Picoprojector Use models
  • 7.6. Competition from Other Display Technologies by Use Model
    • 7.6.1. Large Direct View Displays
    • 7.6.2. Add-on Displays
    • 7.6.3. Competition from Mainstream and Microprojectors
    • 7.6.4. Direct View Displays & Systems

8 Market Development Analysis

  • 8.1. Regional Aspects Likely to Affect the Stand-Alone Picoprojector Penetration
  • 8.2. Trend Analysis
    • 8.2.1. Application Trend Factors
    • 8.2.2. Technical Trend Factors
    • 8.2.3. Details on Selected Trends
      • 8.2.3.1. Content Types
      • 8.2.3.2. Wider Content Availability
      • 8.2.3.3. Picoprojector Connectivity

9 TAM and Penetration Analysis

  • 9.1. Total Available Market Analysis
  • 9.2. Sales Penetration Analysis

10 Stand-Alone Picoprojector Purchase Decision Analysis

  • 10.1. Overview of Consumer Purchase Decision Analysis
  • 10.2. Parameter Definitions for Consumer Purchase Decisions
  • 10.3. Analysis of End User Purchase Decisions

11 Stand-alone Picoprojector Forecast Analysis

  • 11.1. Stand-Alone Picoprojector Forecasts

12 Stand-Alone Picoprojector Forecast Results

  • 12.1. Stand-Alone Pico Unit Forecasts
  • 12.2. Stand-Alone Pico Revenue Forecasts
  • 12.3. Embedded Stand-alone Picoprojector Forecast Discussion

Table of Figures

  • Figure 1: Addressable Screen Sizes with an Off-White (0.8) Wall
  • Figure 2: Picoprojectors for the TV Replacement Market in Regions 2 & 3
  • Figure 3: Direct-View Stand-Alone Picoprojector Competitors
  • Figure 4: 2011 Importance vs. Expectations: Region 1
  • Figure 5: 2011 Importance vs. Expectations: Region 2/3
  • Figure 6: Unit Sales Forecasts for Stand-Alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 7: Expected Sales Forecasts for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 8: Revenue Forecasts for Modules Used in Stand-Alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 9: Revenue Forecasts for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 10: Report Methodology Flow Chart for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 11: Four Sample Picoprojectors from CES 2008
  • Figure 12: Five Sample Picoprojectors from CES 2009
  • Figure 13: Sample Picoprojectors from CES 2010
  • Figure 14: Sample Picoprojectors from CES 2011
  • Figure 15: Pico/Micro Projector Market Segments Expected Usage Profiles
  • Figure 16: Mainstream Projector for Under $400
  • Figure 17: Direct-View Displays In Competition with Pico & Micro Projectors
  • Figure 18: iPad Connected with a 3M Picoprojector
  • Figure 19: Amazon Kindle e-Book Readers
  • Figure 20: Qualcomm Mirasol 5.7" display at CES 2011
  • Figure 21: Transflective Pixel Qi Display
  • Figure 22: Transflective Pixel Qi Display as an External Display Module
  • Figure 23: Example HMDs
  • Figure 24: Colorimetry of RGB LED and Laser Projectors
  • Figure 25: LED Optical Power Required as Red Wavelength Varies
  • Figure 26: LED Power Required as Green Wavelength Varies
  • Figure 27: LED Power Required as Blue Wavelength Varies
  • Figure 28: Laser Power Required as Red Wavelength Varies
  • Figure 29: Laser Power Required as Green Wavelength Varies
  • Figure 30: Laser Power Required as Blue Wavelength Varies
  • Figure 31: Addressable Screen Sizes with a High-gain (2.2) Screen
  • Figure 32: Addressable Screen Sizes with a Matte-White (1.0) Screen
  • Figure 33: Addressable Screen Sizes with an Off-White (0.8) Wall
  • Figure 34: Addressable Screen Sizes with a Darker (0.5) Wall
  • Figure 35: Brightness Enhancement of LED vs Lamp Projectors
  • Figure 36: Laser Safety Evaluation Geometry
  • Figure 37: Laser Safety Evaluations
  • Figure 38: Etendue Definition
  • Figure 39: Etendue with uniform cone angle
  • Figure 40: Etendue conservation with a simple lens
  • Figure 41: MicroVision Bi-axial Mirror Scanner
  • Figure 42: Two Scanning Mirror System from bTendo
  • Figure 43: Funai Picoprojector with Nippon Signal Module
  • Figure 44: Eco Scan Two-Mirror Pico Module from Nippon Signal
  • Figure 45: Members of the DLP Pico Family of Microdisplays
  • Figure 46: Himax CFA LCoS Design
  • Figure 47: Himax CFA LCoS Products
  • Figure 48: Pulse Width Modulation
  • Figure 49: Micron Imagers
  • Figure 50: Products in the Syndiant Suite at CES 2011
  • Figure 51: Syndiant Microdisplays
  • Figure 52: Himax Color Sequential LCoS Panels
  • Figure 53: Himax Color Sequential LCoS Designs
  • Figure 54: Layout of a Light Blue Optics Projector
  • Figure 55: Hologram, Subframe and Frame in a LBO Projector
  • Figure 56: LBO Demonstration Projectors
  • Figure 57: Transmissive LCD Panels for the Display Photonic Systems Architecture
  • Figure 58: Block Diagram of Display Photonic Systems Architecture
  • Figure 59: ImagineOptix PG-Based Pico Module
  • Figure 60: Polarization Recycling in the MM200 Module from 3M
  • Figure 61: LED Recycling from Wavien
  • Figure 62: LED Light Collection with a Color-combining Prism from Syndiant
  • Figure 63: LED combiner from Optoma PK-101
  • Figure 64: Two Channel illumination path
  • Figure 65: Typical Non-Linearities of LEDs
  • Figure 66: Spectra of the Osram Oslon LX Series
  • Figure 67: White LED from 3M MPro 110 Picoprojector
  • Figure 68: Red Light Increased by Recycling
  • Figure 69: Pico/Micro Projectors With Direct Green Lasers
  • Figure 70: Laser Speckle Reduction with FLC Cell
  • Figure 71: Focus-Free Microdisplay-Based Laser Projector
  • Figure 72: Block Diagram for a Himax Picoprojector Module
  • Figure 73: Pico/Micro Projectors with iPod Docks
  • Figure 74: PicoPix 1020 from Philips/Sagemcom
  • Figure 75: USB 2.0 A/B sockets
  • Figure 76: 3M MPro 180 Projector with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • Figure 77: ViewSonic Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Figure 78: Mobile Connectivity with WHDI and Amimon Low-Power Chips
  • Figure 79: WirelessHD Wireless Video Area Network ("WVAN") Example
  • Figure 80: Proposed Usage Models by the WiGig Alliance
  • Figure 81: Example Pico/Micro Projection Modules
  • Figure 82: Two Modules from Asia Optical
  • Figure 83: Light Blue Optics Projectors used at a Restaurant
  • Figure 84: BrightSign Digital Signage Display
  • Figure 85: HUDs Based on MicroVision PicoP Module at CES 2011
  • Figure 86: F-35 and Virtual HUD
  • Figure 87: Structured Light for 3D Contour Capture
  • Figure 88: Examples of Structured Light for 3D Contour Capture
  • Figure 89: VeinViewer from Christie Medical Holdings
  • Figure 90: Stand-Alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 91: Stand-Alone Picoprojector Evaluations
  • Figure 92: Add-on Displays
  • Figure 93: Competitive Mainstream Projectors
  • Figure 94: Competitive Micro Projectors
  • Figure 95: Competitive Mobile Systems with Displays
  • Figure 96: Phone Handsets in Competition with Stand-alone Picos
  • Figure 97: Laptops and Netbooks in Competition with Stand-alone Picos
  • Figure 98: World Population by Region
  • Figure 99: Adjusted Population by Region
  • Figure 100: Market Penetration of Consumer Products
  • Figure 101: Evaluation Chart
  • Figure 102: 2011 Importance vs. Expectations (Region 1)
  • Figure 103: 2013 Importance vs. Expectations (Region 1)
  • Figure 104: 2015 Importance vs. Expectations (Region 1)
  • Figure 105: 2011 Importance vs. Expectations (Region 2/3)
  • Figure 106: 2013 Importance vs. Expectations (Region 2/3)
  • Figure 107: 2015 Importance vs. Expectations (Region 2/3)
  • Figure 108: Expected Penetration for Stand-Alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 109: Expected Sales Forecasts for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 110: Optimistic Sales Forecasts for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 111: Conservative Sales Forecasts for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 112: Total WW Unit Sales Forecasts for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 113: Expected Revenue Forecasts for Modules for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 114: Optimistic, Expected and Conservative Revenue Forecasts for Modules
  • Figure 115: Expected Revenue Forecasts for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Figure 116: Optimistic, Expected and Conservative Revenue Forecasts for Stand-alone Picoprojectors

Table of Tables

  • Table 1: Pico/micro Projector Market Segments
  • Table 2: Technology Combinations for Pico/Micro projectors
  • Table 3: Regions for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Table 4: Technology & Application Trend Factors for Stand-Alone Picoprojectors
  • Table 5: Summary of Consumer Purchase Decision Analysis
  • Table 6: Pico and Micro Projector Differentiators
  • Table 7: Pico/micro Projector Market Segments
  • Table 8: Pico/Micro Projector Market Segments Expected Usage Profiles
  • Table 9: Roadmap of Events Expected to Affect Mobile Projector Sales
  • Table 10: Advantages/Disadvantages of Competitive Technologies
  • Table 11: Specifications for the Vivitek Model D510
  • Table 12: Properties of Various Color Gamuts in Figure 24
  • Table 13: Optimum and Acceptable Peak LED Wavelengths for Displays
  • Table 14: Optimum and Acceptable Laser Wavelengths for Displays
  • Table 15: Illumination from Various Sources
  • Table 16: Resolution Requirements for Pico/Micro Projectors
  • Table 17: Minimum Resolutions for Various Market Segments
  • Table 18: Text Character Counts for Various Display Resolutions
  • Table 19: Text Character Counts for Various Display Resolutions and Projector Lumens
  • Table 20: Technology Combinations for Picoprojectors
  • Table 21: Example Etendues
  • Table 22: Comparison of Microdisplay/Scanning Device Suppliers
  • Table 23: Micron Microdisplay Specifications
  • Table 24: Syndiant Microdisplay Specifications
  • Table 25: Himax CS Microdisplay Specifications
  • Table 26: Laser Category Definitions
  • Table 27: Availability of Different Laser Categories
  • Table 28: Laser Wall Plug Efficiency
  • Table 29: Approaches to Speckle Reduction
  • Table 30: Picoprojector Power Consumption Categories
  • Table 31: Advantages and Disadvantages of Various Wired Formats
  • Table 32: 60MHz Bandwidth Allocation
  • Table 33: Advantages and Disadvantages of Various Wireless Formats
  • Table 34: Pico/Micro Projector Module Components
  • Table 35: Pico/Micro Projector Module Manufacturers
  • Table 36: Stand Alone Product Categories
  • Table 37: Progress in Picoprojector Modules-Cost Reduced
  • Table 38: Progress in Picoprojector Modules-Performance Enhanced
  • Table 39: Progress in Picoprojector Modules-50 Lumen Target
  • Table 40: Progress in Picoprojector Modules-Maximum Performance
  • Table 41: Stand Alone Projector Product Examples
  • Table 42: Stand-Alone Picoprojector End User Evaluations
  • Table 43: Consumer vs. Professional Orientation
  • Table 44: Consumer Pico Projector Use Models and Competitive Technologies
  • Table 45: Regions for Analysis
  • Table 46: Application Trend Factors for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Table 47: Technology & Application Trend Factors for Stand-alone Picoprojectors
  • Table 48: Picoprojector Content Types
  • Table 49: Stand-alone Picoprojector Interface Types & Sources
  • Table 50: Region 1 Stand-Alone picoprojector Criteria Definitions
  • Table 51: Region 2/3 Stand-Alone picoprojector Criteria Definitions
  • Table 52: Stand-Alone Pico Region 1 Purchase Decision Analysis
  • Table 53: Stand Stand-Alone Pico Region 2/3 Purchase Decision Analysis
  • Table 54: Summary of Consumer Purchase Decision Analysis
  • Table 55: Stand-Alone Pico Forecast Derivation
  • Table 56: Stand-alone Picoprojector Module ASP by Volume
  • Table 57: Stand-alone Picoprojector ASP by Volume
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