IProjector Puts Your IPod Movies On The Big Screen

Posted: Dec 11 2006, 6:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:32am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
iProjector Puts your iPod Movies on the Big Screen
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ION Audio is betting that many iPod Video users will want to watch those movies they get from iTunes on a screen larger than what the iPod has. They are getting ready to launch a projector for the iPod, naturally called the iProjector.

The iProjector will throw the movies on a screen or wall at 800x600 resolution with 24-bit color, 1000 ANSI Lumens brightness and a projection size of 30” x 90”. The projector also integrates a charging station for the iPod Video and iPod Nano.The iProjector is slated to be launched at CES 2007 at an undisclosed price. It had better be cheap if the only thing it works with is the iPod. I would be surprised if it won’t work with other input sources, but none are mentioned. Story and image via Consumer Electronics Daily

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