You never know when you might need to whip out a projector, and here's the smallest one you can buy so far, made by the Chinese company that calls itself Oculon. The 640x480 Hikari Pro920 is $299, giving you a 24-inch image from about a yard away, or a 12-inch picture from a foot away. If you're looking for a bit more resolution, you can get an 800x600 model for $399. These don't quite match up in tinytude to the cellphone-sized microprojector prototypes we've shown you before, but this might be the perfect size for some public bathroom stall porn. [Oculon, via Technabob]
Oculon Hikari Pro920 Pocket Projector Debuts for $299
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