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Pocket Projector Turns Your iPhone into a Portable Movie Theater

by Conner Flynn
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iPhones are great, but if you’ve ever tried to watch movies on one, it’s a pain. With a Retina display images look good, but the screen is just way too small. If you want to watch something good, it’s best to watch it on your flat screen TV – unless you want to project it onto the wall from your iPhone. That’s just what this Pocket Projector does.
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It’s hard to tell if this is the same projector that was being offered up exclusively in Japan a while back, but it definitely looks similar, and it’s now available in the States. It will work with either of the iPhone 4 versions, and it will deliver an image up to 50” at a resolution of just 640×360 and a brightness of 15 lumens. Hey, it’s better than that small screen. All you need is a blank wall and a place to set down your phone. The case will also serve as a backup battery for your phone, which is handy.

The iPhone Pocket Projector will cost you $230(USD) from Brookstone.

[via Redferret]




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