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DigiLife I-One e-reader smuggles along integrated projector, gets white glove treatment at Computex

Darren Murph
06.04.10
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Believe it or not, DigiLife has actually been cranking out wares in the consumer electronics space for awhile now. Trouble is, there aren't too many people that seem to care here in the States. All that has a chance to change at IFA this Fall, as that's where DigiLife will be revealing a price and ship date for its impending I-One e-reader / projector hybrid device. Shown this week at Computex for the first time, the multifaceted slate is billed as an e-book reader, with WiFi, a 10.4-inch LCD display and a rather sharp looking design to go along with it. But unlike every other alternative out there, this one actually has an integrated projector and multimedia player, though it's difficult to say what the final resolution will be (we're betting on VGA at best). Betcha never thought to project the person you're video chatting with upside the wall, did you? On second thought, don't answer that.

Gallery: DigiLife I-One e-reader / projector hybrid at Computex 2010 | 22 Photos

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