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Optoma Neo-i

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Optoma Neo-i

The Optoma Neo-i is a pico projector that can also be used as an iPod dock. Announced in early 2011 at the CES event in Las Vegas, the Neo-i projector is equipped with a “full-bodied” 16-watt stereo system. It features a bulb that is rated at 20,000 hours. It is a 50 ANSI lumen DLP projector that comes with a resolution of 854x480 pixels. An optional accessory kit will be available for connecting the iPad to the Neo-i. It comes with several connectivity features and ports as well. It is …

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Optoma Neo-i

The Optoma Neo-i is a pico projector that can also be used as an iPod dock. Announced in early 2011 at the CES event in Las Vegas, the Neo-i projector is equipped with a “full-bodied” 16-watt stereo system. It features a bulb that is rated at 20,000 hours. It is a 50 ANSI lumen DLP projector that comes with a resolution of 854x480 pixels. An optional accessory kit will be available for connecting the iPad to the Neo-i. It comes with several connectivity features and ports as well. It is powered by a battery, which is an option for consumers. It measures 12.8 x 8.9 x 3.1 inches and weighs 2.5 pounds.

Features

The Optoma Neo-i projector comes with a range of interesting features for consumers including an iPod/iPhone sound dock. This “tabletop” projector features a WVGA (854x480 pixels) resolution in 16:9 format. The dock on the Neo-i supports both iPods and iPhones. For the dock support, Optoma offers consumers three options for accessing and controlling the media selections. These three options include accessing and controlling from the iPod/iPhone screen, the IR remote present, or the backlit control panel on the projector itself. The Neo-i projector is equipped with HDMI and VGA ports, which allow consumers to connect laptops, Blu-ray players, and other digital media boxes such as Apple TV or the Roku Player. For those who want to connect their iPads to this projector/dock, there’s an optional accessory kit for this purpose only.

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