WowWee Cinemin Swivel, Stick And Station Unveiled

Posted: Jan 7 2009, 1:42am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:26pm CDT, in News | CES


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As mentioned before in the WowWee CES Unveiled Photo Gallery, WowWee created a new product category dubbed Cinemin. The WowWee Cinemin suite of ultra-portable multimedia micro projectors, powered by the Texas Instruments DLP Technology is comprised of three tiny projection gadgets with the Cinemin Swivel, Cinemin Stick and Cinemin Station.

The Cinemin Swivel pico projector, an affordable lightweight micro projector that is roughly the size of a candy bar and features an impressive 3-hour battery life for movie watching, full volume control, and a unique adjustable 90-degree hinge for ceiling projection.
The Cinemin Stick pico projector is a compact micro projector with internal memory and an expandable SD card memory slot that puts your favorite web videos, digicam snapshots, ambient animations, and more on display.

The Cinemin Station pico projector is an alarm clock-sized convenient media center and iPod docking station for big pictures with big audio.

The new WowWee Cinemin projectors are slated for a Spring 2009 release (Swivel only, Stick and Station in Q4). The pricing according to Robotsrule is $299 for the Cinemin Swivel, $349 for the Cinemin Stick and $399 for the Cinemin Station.
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