Being part of the convergence device brigade can be a pretty pressurizing environment – after all, you will not only need to make sure that you remain at least on par with the rest of your peers, but will also need to make a breakthrough once in a while to make sure your name is associated at being a leader instead of a follower. Unfortunately for Sceptre, the Luna pocket projector falls under the latter category, so here’s to them doing a darn good job at it. Keeping in line with its counterparts, it will feature MP3 playback capability in an ultra compact form factor. Being an alternative to bulky portable projectors, the Luna is no thicker than an inch, and tips the scales at 2.6 ounces. Other standard functions include a calendar, slideshow support, video and MP3 compatibility, and a microSD memory card slot that allows you to turn this into a 32GB portable flash drive. It will come in white with silver trimming with three interchangeable skin protectors (black, pink and blue), where it will retail for $169.99 a pop. The battery life of an hour for projection does not bode too well though, so forget about using this for long periods of time away from a power point.
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