Konica Minolta is developing a projector so small, it will make current "pico" offerings look hefty.

It's being reported that the company's tiny projector will be no larger than a flash drive.

Dimensions are said to come in at a miniature 1.6-inches long, 0.79-inch wide, and only 0.3-inch thick.

The projector apparently uses laser beams and vibrating mirrors instead of light bulbs and lenses.

However, it would be capable of projecting a 20-inch XGA colour image from a distance of about 21 inches.

Konica Minolta is reported as saying it'll be on the market within 2 or 3 years.

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