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Lancer iJector Projector for iPhone and iPod - £106.75 delivered @ Expansys £99.99

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Introducing the new Lancer iJector - a front-projector that lets users cast images up to 50 inches in size from their docked iPhone or iPod on a wall or screen. With a large screen size, the resolutio… Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Introducing the new Lancer iJector - a front-projector that lets users cast images up to 50 inches in size from their docked iPhone or iPod on a wall or screen. With a large screen size, the resolution is 557 x 234 pixels. The iJector's brightness is rated at 20 lumens, with the lamp lasting @ 30,000 hours. Amplified stereo audio is provided from the iJector via it's two 3-Watt speakers. Other non-Apple devices can be connected through video input/output interface.

Compatible iPods include include the first three generation of iPod nanos, fifth-generation iPods with video, first-generation iPod Classics, iPod touch models and iPhones. A remote control is included, and there are composite video inputs that allow the iJector to be used with more conventional sources.

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#1
That looks quite cool. My wife won't let me have one though.
#2
557 x 234 pixels at 50"? That'll be a bit crap won't it?
#3
Reading the reviews from last year, they say the resolution isn't great but perfectly good for someone who is not looking for HD quality i.e. the majority of people!

Hell for this price I thought it was worth a punt :-)
#4
Do you still not like Mondays Bob?
#5
Its nowhere near 'standard' definition let alone high definition!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard-definition_television
#6
To give you a rough idea of the resolution of this thing, a standard 22" monitor at 1680*1050 has 8107pixels per square inch, a 40" 720p TV has 1535px/inch, a 50" 1080p TV has 1942px/inch, while this here is just 122 per square inch. Thems be some seriously chunky-ass pixels.
#7
NornIron Legend
Do you still not like Mondays Bob?


Errr that's Geldof not Dylan!!! lol
#8
bobdylan
Errr that's Geldof not Dylan!!! lol


Ha Ha i always get them mixed up!
#9
bobdylan
Errr that's Geldof not Dylan!!! lol


lmao

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