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The Gadget: Aiptek's PocketCinema V10 pico projector so small you can hold it in your hand. This one is extra special, since its built-in SD card reader and media player gives you instant access to movies and photos, without needing to wire up a secondary video sources. galleryPost('aiptekprojectorreview', 3, '');
Continuing an increasingly apparent trend at Computex, Aiptek is planning to show their new PocketCinema V10 mini-projector. Details are still a little slim at the moment, but Aiptek has released a basic spec set, claiming a support for MPEG-4 video,.JPEG stills, a 3-in-1 input jack (that's as specific as they get), 1GB of onboard storage, and SD/MMC/MS Pro expansion capability.
We were shocked, shocked! when Aiptek rolled out a $299 720p GO-HD camcorder last May, but now the company's topped that pinnacle of cheapness with the Aiptek 720p A-HD camcorder, a stripped-down version of its piece-of-shit brandmate, rolling in at a rock-bottom $169.99.
Can't afford one of those fancy widescreen Handycams? Aiptek just announced its GO-HD, a budget ($299) HD camcorder capable of recording in 720p. The flash-only cam records to high-capacity SD cards, but cuts a few corners to hit the $299 price mark.