Optoma, the leader in pico projection technology, announces the world's first iPod sound dock with a built-in projector.
The DV20a is an oval-shaped sound dock with 16 watts of audio coming from a pair of speakers using a Bass Reflex design, and has the 30-pin Apple connector on it as well as HDMI and VGA inputs.
The Optoma Neo-i is another extension of what can be done with pico technology. Projection is about sharing. And with all the video content from either Youtube, iTunes, etc. that is downloaded on all the PDAs and iDevices out there, it seems natural to share that content with friends and family in the obvious, easy way: with a projector.
Optoma added a 50 ANSI Lumens projector to the front of the iPod dock. You can now plug-in your iPod, iPhone or iTouch, hit a couple of buttons and there you have it: you can run videos, run the photo app and show slideshows, use it to display album covers while you listen to music, display metadata such as the songs title and artist name, ... Its compatible with all the iTunes media you would download.
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