The MiLi IPhone Projector Is The Coolest IPhone Accessory

Posted: Jun 18 2010, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 12:32pm CDT , in Shopping Tips


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The Mili iPhone Projector is available at thinkgeek for $349.99.

When the iPhone first came out everyone was in awe. Now it seems everyone has one and it does not really stand out anymore. Well the MiLi iPhone Projector can change the way others look at your iPhone forever.

It is an unfold-able LED pico projector that is designed specifically with your iPhone in mind. All you do is flip open and dock your iPhone. Play any movie or video on your phone and project it up to 70 inches wide in a dark room.

The MiLi iPhone Projector can also be used with your laptop via other AV sources or VGA input from your laptop. The built-in battery even powers and recharges your iPhone while docked in the projector. It also has a built-in speaker that can boost the volume of your iPhone. It comes with a 100-240V AC Wall adapter for charging, VGA Video Cable, Composite Video Cable, and IR Remote. This will be the talk of your friends and family so be sure to order yours today.

The Mili iPhone Projector is available at thinkgeek for $349.99.

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