Micron Technology’s Pop Video iPhone Projector

| May 7, 2012

Micron Technology’s upcoming Pop Video pico schemer will beam video at the iPhone’s filled 960 x 540 resolution for and nothing else $99. While some may patiently dream that the iPhone command some day come with a built-in pico contriver, at least now they can collect up one that utilizes the phone’s replete resolution for a fairly cheap price. The key feature with the Pop Video pico inventor is its 30-pin connector that allows you to curtail your iPhone or iPod so that it forms individual compact unit. Since it’s designed to be more portable, it doesn’t be in actual possession of an integrated doc like larger pico projectors and it fits into a pouch when not in use. It weighs without more 3.5 ounces with 4.4 inches x 1.8 inches x .6 twelfth part of a foot (HWD) dimensions.

There’s also a corresponding Pop Video app that will spare you to tweak the images, and allows on account of you to projector more content expressly from your iPhone, including Web pages, Facebook, and videos downloaded from iTunes or iTunes U that are not MPEG 3 protected. It features a built-in Lithium-ion rechargeable battery and forward full charge, the portable pico designer can run for a good two hours. You’ll distress a pretty dark space to project a pretty decent picture, but its weak price certainly makes it a good little accessory to have. It’s very lately available for pre-order.



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