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Guangzhou Darling DP2000 is a nutty pc-in-a-projector that we kinda love (video)

Guangzhou Darling DP2000 is a nutty pc-in-a-projector that we kinda love (video)
Vlad Savov
Vlad Savov|September 8, 2009 5:03 AM
What do you add to a pocket projector that already has a massive 640 x 480 resolution and the power of 9 suns lumens? Why, a WinCE-powered computer, of course. Now, when everyone else is fumbling around with their bulky laptops, you can bust out your Darling, use the top-mounted touchpad to navigate, and be the fastest projector gunslinger in the office. There's even a stand, a pair of mini-USB ports for hooking up a keyboard and mouse, and an SD expansion slot to augment the already super-generous 1GB of Flash storage. So how much does a PC with a huge display and SSD cost these days? $180. Don't tell us that ain't progress. Check it out after the break.

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