Philips has updated its range of projectors by adding new smart features for improved functionality and added convenience.

The NeoPix Ultra2TV, RRP $999, and PicoPix Micro2TV, RRP $899, offer Android TV, built-in Google Chromecast and Wi-Fi connection for a seamless setup.

NeoPix Ultra2TV (pictured above) features full HD 1080p resolution with a unique sealed LED engine to deliver 75% more brightness, focus and accurate colours. Keystone 4 corner correction and digital zoom corrections help eliminate crooked and distorted images projected to a 100-inch-wide display.

The brightest model in the NeoPix projector line-up, it includes in-built stereo speakers with DSP for enhanced bass to support a clearer picture.

PicoPix Micro2TV (pictured above) can be taken anywhere, weighing just 625 grams, and includes built-in stereo speakers and USB type C and HDMI ports for content sharing. Its compact design is supported by 480p resolution projected to an 80-inch display.

The 12,000mAh battery offers up to five hours of playback time and by using GoogleCast or Google Assistant, users can display all of their media files hands-free without the need for cables.