updated 04:30 pm EDT, Fri June 26, 2009
iJector iPod projector
Lancer has recently introduced the 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. Despite the large screen size, the resolution is a lowly 557x234 pixels. The iJector's brightness is rated at 20 lumens, with the lamp said to last 30,000 hours. Amplified stereo audio will also be played back via the iJector.
Compatible iPods include include at least 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.
The iJector, licensed by Apple, is due to ship in Japan on July 17th and priced at the equivalent of about $670. [via Coolest-Gadgets]