Hachi’s Infinite M1 uses the company’s proprietary multi-touch technology, called AnyTouch, combined with smart vision to transform any flat surface into an interactive touchscreen display, complete with Alex support. It’s compatible with third-party apps, like productivity tools as well as games, and can pair wirelessly with smart devices. The device weighs less than three pounds and comes with a built-in battery, an 8MP camera, an HD display, microphone, two 5W speakers, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 eight-core processor. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.
Measuring 3.15 x 8.46 x 5.43 inches, it runs Android 9.0 with a custom UI. Its 0.39.1-projection ratio means that it can project an ultra-short throw DLP and an HD display screen sized from 23″ – 100″ at a distance of 50cm. There’s also auto-focus and auto-keystone, so you won’t have to waste time with manual controls as you set it horizontally or vertically depending on whether you want to project the image onto a table or wall.
The Hachi Infinite M1 supports wireless screen casting [via Airplay, DLNA and Miracast] across devices for convenient presentations and functional demos in any location. In addition to being useful for individual consumers in various settings, it would absolutely be a functional tool for retailers, museums, etc. to leverage and provide visitors with an interactive experience in these locations,” said Tang Song, VP of technology at Hachi.