Merlin Digital has just rolled out its Pocket Projector V2, where it looks more or less like a TV remote control while featuring a 2GB hard drive and an internal battery. An SD memory card slot is there to offer another 64GB of storage space, while an AV jack and mini USB connection allows you to hook up to other compatible devices including DVD players and game consoles. Powered by an LED lamp system that is touted to last up to 15,000 hours, the Pocket Projector V2 will retail for $475.
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