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MicroVision SHOWWX+ HDMI is first RIM pico projector


So you are still one of those who decide to stick with your BlackBerry, even though the rest of your corporate mates have made the jump over to the iOS and Android operating systems? Well, here is a little bit of good news for you – the MicroVision SHOWWX+ HDMI is first pico projector for Research In Motion (RIM) customers, and it will soon be up for sale. Guess making business presentations will be a whole lot easier now with this particular pico projector, no?

The SHOWWX+ HDMI is said to be able to easily connect to a wide range of devices such as computers, mobile gizmos as well as other compatible pieces of consumer electronics, including RIM’s very own Blackberry Playbook of course, letting you display your presentation content at more than 100″ in diagonal image size on any type of surface – preferably one that is flat and white, as your eyes (as well as those of your viewers) will greatly appreciate such a background.


This particular pico projector is diminutive enough in size to slip into a shirt pocket easily, where it delivers two hours of battery life thereabouts – pretty much the industry standard, really, making it ideal for just about all mobile applications that range from sharing business documents in between meetings or to playing a wall-sized version of Angry Birds while waiting for your public transport.

Alexander Tokman, president and CEO, MicroVision, says, “Partnering with GlobalWare dramatically expands the global availability of SHOWWX+ HDMI, and gives us a strong foothold into business audiences where the ability to visually collaborate anywhere is increasingly important. It’s rewarding to join forces with companies like GlobalWare to enable people to see bigger – whether they are on the road, at the office or home.”

Each purchase of the SHOWWX+ HDMI pico projector will come bundled with an iBOLT holder for the Blackberry Playbook. There is no pricing detail on the product page, so we will leave it at that for the moment.

Press Release

2 reviews or comments

Paul Atkinson Says: October 28, 2011 at 5:45 pm

Hillarious… The device is shown on iPhone 4. Who wrote this article…

Edwin Says: October 29, 2011 at 5:31 am

Its the image from their product page :(

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