Scottsdale, AZ—iGo’s pocket projector UP-2020 and the iGo KeyJuice iPod charger are honorees of the CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Awards.
Touted by iGo as the “lightest, slimmest pocket projector on the market,” the UP-2020 pico projector projects videos and pictures directly from digital cameras, digital video cameras and smartphones. Bundled with HDMI-Mini and HDMI-Micro cables, the iGo UP-2020 connects directly to all the latest Flip VideoHD cameras and digital cameras, as well as smartphones, laptops, netbooks and mobile gaming systems, displaying 16:9 widescreen images up to 70 inches wide.
The device is battery powered with Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology and features an LED light source (20,000 hrs.); support for MicroSD memory cards; a built-in 0.5W speaker and audio out; changeable projection (front, rear, front inverted, rear inverted); a built-in media player; and support for MPEG-4 (mp4), jpg and bmp file formats. It provides built-in ports for Micro USB, audio out, AV in, Mini HDMI, VGA (universal) and DC in. The UP-2020 measures 4.6×2.4×0.7 inches. $299.99. igo.com