Filed under: Multimedia, Video, iPod classic Optoma’s tiny Pico projector has caught our attention. This small device (50mm x 103mm x 15mm) weighs four ounces and features up to 2 hours of battery life, an LED lamp with a lifespan of 20,000 hours and mini USB connectivity. The manufacturers claim that images can be viewed at 60” (measured diagonal from corner to corner) from a maximum distance of 2.6 meters. The AV Input combines stereo audio and composite video via a 1 x 2.5mm 4 pole jack socket.In the video above, it’s connected to an iPod Classic and the image looks pretty good. Of course, our experience is only as good as the quality of the clip, but it definitley looks like a fun device. Videos, images and even slide presentations could be run off of your iPod and pocket projector, eliminating the need to bring a laptop, adaptor and full-sized projector to your meeting.The proof is in the pudding, and we’d like to get our hands on one of these. Optoma says they’ll start selling sometime next year with a price point around $400US. TUAWOptoma’s palm-sized video projector looks great originally appeared on The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) on Fri, 14 Nov 2008 10:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Read | Permalink | Email this | Comments