EyeClops Mini Projector ready for launch


Somehow, boys always seem to have the nicest toys to play with regardless of their age. Jakks Pacific is a company famous for high end electronics experiences without breaking the bank, and their latest effort would involve the EyeClips Mini Projector that allows the entire family to bring their favorite media including TV shows, music videos, movies and even video games everywhere for viewing (almost, anyways, depending on just how bright your surrounding it and the type of screen you use). After all, projector technology has even made its way to cell phones now, and we also have those mini projectors going around, so why not come up with one that is family-oriented for everyone to use?

The EyeClops Mini Projector is so small it is able to fit into just about any pocket, and you won’t find it to create an unsightly bulge inside neither will it bog your pocket down. A high powered LED illumination is used to project media up to 70″ in size from a compatible device, including Blu-ray and DVD players, MP3 and video players, video game consoles, as well as Jakk’s very own Plug It In & Play TV Games products and digital cameras. Of course, it won’t be able to support resolutions as high as Blu-ray, but it gets the job done for those who prefer portability over quality. If you want a high definition projector, you will only be able to do so with a home-based one at the moment.

You will be able to find built-in speakers with the EyeClops Mini Projector, and D batteries that fit inside will be able to offer up to 10 hours of on-the-go entertainment. Of course, you can always have it plugged into a power outlet thanks to its DC adapter if unlimited power is what you crave for, just like the Emperor Palpatine. The EyeClops Mini Projector will retail for $99.99 a pop.

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