Wowwee Cinemin Slice on display at CES 2011

by Mark R

Wowwee has done much with projectors, like the Cinemin Swivel, and they put their best foot forward on display at CES Unveiled last night with the Cinemin Slice.

The Slice is a portable pico-projector that is designed for Apple products such as the iPod, iPod Touch, new iPod Nano, iPhone and iPad. It comes with the docking trays for them all. It also has a Mini-HDMI and AV ports for other Personal Media Players (PMPs), as well as a VGA port for a PC, laptop, or netbook.

For those that want their content on the big screen, it can do this. It is able to make a 60-inch image from about 10 feet away, with a viewable range of 125 inches. The resolution is WVGA at (854 x 480), a 16:9 aspect ratio, and it is very bright at 16 ANSI lumens.

I have used projectors before, and have found that most of them are weak when it comes to sound. This doesn’t seem to be the case for the Cinemin Slice which has 6 watt stereo speakers.

Other features include a headphone jack as well as an infrared remote control. The Cinemin Slice is available for pre-order and should ship sometime in the first quarter. The price is pretty up there at $429.99.


One review or comment

John Buff. Says: June 8, 2011 at 5:10 pm

i was really stoked to check out this until i did a little reaserch…

i was pretty glad i waited after reading this review some one did of the Cinemin Slice vs. the aaxa M1 Ultimate-X:

it still looks pretty freaking radical though… i just wait until it is less expensive.

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