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Check out the iPower Pro from iPowerUp
By James Lenhart

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During our time at CES2012 we saw several cellphone accessories that were great, but many lacked that “wow” effect. Introducing iPowerUP, who was at this year’s CES promoting products that have been in the works for several years. While this was their first year at CES, we don’t think it will be their last. Broadly speaking, iPowerUP’s hardware feels solid and we have very few negatives to share on our review of the PwrVault (iPower Charging Case).

We wont go over each product that iPowerUp offers, but we’d like to tell you about one (you can also check out the review of our other case):

iPower Pro

The iPower Pro was one of the cooler things we saw at CES2012, although, we know we barely saw it all. The Pro is a projector that attaches to your iPhone 4/4S while keeping it contained within a case — yes, it’s pocket friendly. The projector uses TI-DLP optical technology to achieve a resolution of 640×360. The built-in 2200 mAh Li-Polymer battery provides a charge that lasts up to 3 hours. “You mean this thing won’t drain my iPhone’s battery?” Why yes, that’s exactly what we mean kind reader. The projected image can be as large as 60-inches at a distance of up to 9.5FT.


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