September 27, 2011 by Rachel Cericola
Just last week, Epson announced MegaPlex, two projector models designed to work with the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Now comes word from another company, MiLi Power, about a similar product.
Today, MiLi Power announced the release of the MiLi Power Projector II. Like the Epson products, this lesser known option can pump up your portable’s display—and project an image up to 70 inches. It also does that at a slightly cheaper price, with the MiLi Power Projector II priced at $399.99.
Packing in an LCOS optical engine and a 1-watt speaker, this compact device is designed for projecting portable content on the fly. Promising 2.5 hours of playback from the lithium battery, the projector can do photos, videos or movies on any wall or ceiling.
Certified by Apple, the MiLi Power Projector II can also charge that portable while in use, via the device’s docking station.
The MiLi Power Projector II is available now, and includes a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
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