Headplay Unveils Personal Cinema at CES
Portable, personal cinema system boasts big-screen viewing for gaming, movie watching and Web use.
January 04, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Headplay, Inc. just announced the unveiling of the Headplay Personal Cinema System’s final production-ready design at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show.

The Headplay Personal Cinema System is a portable, visual headset and media center that delivers a big-screen viewing experience for gaming, movie watching and Internet use.

View more of our CES special coverageConnecting directly to game consoles, DVD players, iPods, PCs and cell phones, the Personal Cinema System is also capable of reading stored media using compact flash or USB. Use of SD, XD, Memory Stick or Smart Media is also expected to be available at launch. The unit boasts universal compatibility with hardware platforms worldwide. In addition, the Personal Cinema System displays, with content availability, true stereoscopic 3-D.

The Personal Cinema System is comprised of three major components. The Viewer headset displays a virtual 52-inch screen. The Liberator is the brain and heart of the system, with a Compact Flash slot and two USB ports. Finally, the Navigator remote controls the whole shebang, and serves as the connection point for the system’s noise-suppression ear-buds or listening device of your choice.

Expect additional accessories to be available around launch time.

  • $499
  • Available April 2007
  • Displays virtual 52-inch screen (1023 x 768 resolution)
  • True stereoscopic 3-D
  • Accepts composite, component and S-Video signals
  • Supports NTSC, PAL and SECAM


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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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