Today at the airport in Minneapolis I had a chance to play with Brookstone’s new mini-projector for the iPhone4. I was pretty impressed! I’ve previously looked at the Pico projector, which was the 1st generation of these devices. It wasn’t very bright. The sales person told me Brookstone started carrying the “Cinemin” mini-projector after the Pico.

http://www.wowwee.com/en/products/tech/projection/cinemin

I recorded & edited a short video on my iPhone of the Brookstone mini-projector.

Learn more on:
http://m.brookstone.com/mt/www.brookstone.com/pocket-projector-for-iphone-4

A more expensive version for iPad is also available:
http://m.brookstone.com/mt/www.brookstone.com/cinemin-slice-micro-projector

I’m not springing for one of these yet, but the possibilities here are exciting. In 5 years? Cheaper & more powerful. My kids will probably use something like this in college when they work on team projects, or watch movies with friends. Amazing!

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