Smart design complements the iPhone
We’ve no doubt someone with a massive forehead is currently developing an app that causes content to leap off your screen and fling itself against the nearest wall, cinema styley. But why wait for that when you can transform your iWhatever into a full-on movie projector, right here, right now. It’s easy with the MiLi iPhone Projector 2
. A full 50% slimmer than the original Mili iPhone Projector, this nifty gadget now runs silently. So it won’t spoil your movie, or distract anyone from your dazzling presentation.
Simply plug your beloved iPod/iPhone
(or any other video spewing device, including BlackBerries) into this rechargeable bar of tech and prepare to sweep up the remnants of your shattered jaw as your movies and pics are projected across an area of up to 70”
on any flat surface: walls, screens, bare backsides…whatever tickles your pickle.
Smart touch controls are easy to use
Don’t be fooled by its diminutive dimensions because the MiLi features a groundbreaking LCoS
(liquid crystal on silicon), LED-driven micro projector capable of displaying 640x480 VGA images. Think of it as a pocket-sized movie theatre minus the monosyllabic ticket ripper-uppers. It’s even got a built-in stereo speaker
and an AV slot so you can replicate thunderous cinematic audio via external speakers.
Ideal for smug execs keen to show off during presentations, travelling movie buffs, telly-less saddos and gadgetmeisters sick of squinting at the iPhone’s unavoidably titchy screen, the MiLi’s audiovisual output is controlled via an intuitive touchpad. Slot in your iPod/iPhone and the MiLi will even charge it via its removable lithium-polymer battery pack
. How do you like them apples!
This tiny device has the power to project a screen up to 70" across!
Don’t despair if you’ve yet to succumb to the ubiquitous iGods – we’ll throw in VGA and RCA input leads so all you non-believers can use the MiLi with your computer, DVD player or, erm, VCR. Then again, if you’re that out of touch you’ve probably only just realised the MiLi isn’t a newfangled electric razor. Enjoy the movie!