With all due respect to Infiniti, which is invested in this unfortunate system and has been working hard to revise it, the comparison doesn't make a lot of sense.
A truly unique piece of Lexus history has been put up for sale on eBay — this 1992 Allard P4 is the only remaining prototype of an abandoned partnership that would have seen British sports car company Allard sell a reskinned version of the original LS 400. Here's more from Bring a Trailer:
A truly bizarre story involves the grand old British sports car company and Toyota negotiating a deal in which first-generation LS400's would be sold as Allards in an effort to capitalize on the reborn company's J2X Group C prototype. Unfortunately both efforts were destined to fail, leaving only a few racers and this lightly re-styled (but seemingly otherwise unmodified) Lexus as reminders.
Here comes a new Miracast-enabled mobile projector ‘400-PRJ022’ from Sanwa. Adopting the DLP display technology, this travel-friendly projector supports a native resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels (screen size 30 to 100 inches / 16:9 aspect ratio) and provides 200 ANSI lumens brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio and up to 20,000 hours of LED lamp life.