The PoP Video Adds A Projector To Your iPhone For Just $99 | Cult of Mac

The PoP Video Adds A Projector To Your iPhone For Just $99




Although several rather bizarre rumors have claimed Apple will integrate a projector into a future iPhone, it seems a little unlikely — at least for many years. But thanks to PoP Video, you can add your own projector that displays 960 x 540 video for just $99.

The great thing about the PoP Video is that it’s small and compact, and looks a lot like an external battery case. It features a built-in dock connector that means hooking it up to your device couldn’t be easier. It’s compatible with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, and the fourth-generation iPod touch.

The PoP Video costs just $99, and its built-in Lithium-ion battery provides up to two hours of video playback at 960 x 540 between charges. Charge time is just four hours via micro USB.

Furthermore, the official PoP Video app for iOS means that this projector doesn’t just display your movies; it will also show slideshows, YouTube videos, web browsing, and even your social network streams.

PoP Video doesn’t yet have an official release date, but you can pre-order today through the PoP Video website.


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