Micro projector connects to iPhone

Micro projector connects to iPhone

Summary: The new DLP Pico projector from Texas Instruments is being billed as the world's smallest/lightest projector. Its dimensions are a svelte (51 × 105 × 17-mm / 120g) but what's even cooler is that it can be connected to an iPhone possibly cementing it as a true notebook killer.

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The new DLP Pico projector from Texas Instruments is being billed as the world's smallest/lightest projector. Its dimensions are a svelte (51 × 105 × 17-mm / 120g) but what's even cooler is that it can be connected to an iPhone possibly cementing it as a true notebook killer. Just connect it to your iPhone or iPod and the white LED can project a 60-inch, 480 x 320 image up to 8.5 feet away.

It comes with an integrated 0.5 watt speaker, dock connector and runs for about two hours on a charge. According to a story (with video) at iPhone Alley the DLP Pico goes on sale in Japan on 01 December for around US$500.

Update: Engadget has a great picture of the Pico attached to an iPod.

Topics: Hardware, iPhone, Mobility

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  • VCR resolution

    480 x 320 image up to 8.5 feet away. VCR resolution. Ok, I see, right then.
    Ashtonian
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