The wait is over, assuming you've been waiting all year for WowWee's Cinemin Swivel pico projector that was first shown off at CES 2009 in January.
Previously available for pre-order in the U.S. and Europe, the projector is now in stock at Amazon.com for a little under $300. What the three Benjamins gets you in return is a pocket sized projector that swivels on a 90-degree hinge. According to the manufacturer, the Cinemin can beam a "crisp" 60-inch image from over 8 feet away.
At the heart of the Cinemin is Texas Instruments' DLP projection technology. The projector boasts a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 8 ANSI lumens, an LED light source, and up 135 minutes battery life with a 180-minute recharge time.
So what's the verdict - would you pay $300 for this thing? Hit the jump and sound off!
A-DATA today unveiled a new line of colorful USB flash drives with a swivel design case the company claims will keep the USB connector free from harm.
"Unlike conventional swivel-designed USB flash drives, the unique asymmetric outer casing of C903 protects the USB connector and serves as a lock mechanism to prevent the connector from sticking out due to constant turning and wearing," A-DATA stated in a press release. "The same design enables users to turn and store the USB connector properly in place with much of an ease."
The case comes constructed with a glossy metallic finish wrapped around either a bright red or blue USB stick, with initial capacities available up to 32GB.