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Colorful cube-shaped Innocube pico projector aims to help your kids fall asleep faster

Innocube DLP pico projector

We're on the floor of Pepcom here at CES 2013, and Texas Instruments is showcasing a number of new pico projectors that utilize DLP technology. One such device is actually aimed at the younger crowd; it's a tiny, cube-shaped projector from Innocube meant to help children relax (and perhaps fall asleep faster) by beaming their favorite shows onto a nearby wall or ceiling. But despite the age group that will most often be viewing its output, Innocube's projector packs impressive tech like Wi-Fi streaming and even an MHL port that can be used with compatible Android devices. A thick rubber casing provides protection from bumps and typical rough treatment a youngster may put the device through. The projector is currently available in China but Texas Instruments says it's headed to the US sometime in the first quarter for a price "less than $299."


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