The unidentified customer "plans to embed the PicoP engine inside a high-end mobile media player for release in late 2010 and plans to announce its launch at that time." It is worth noting that the company has made technology designed to be used by the iPod and iPhone.
In early March, the company announced that their SHOWWX projector, powered by the engine, was available for sale to customers in the United States at $549.99.
The pico projector uses laser light to produce high resolution, WVGA (848 X 480) images of up to 200 inches at a 5000:1 contrast ratio, which Microvision claims is five times higher than any of its competition. The projector can be attached to a computer or smart phone. It uses no focusing knobs or optics.
The company hopes to see a broad spectrum of personal and professional technology devices using the engine and projector.