A selection of cool gadgets that will please a whole family of tech enthusiasts.
Epson Megaplex
Fuse PowerSlice
Hannspree Polar Bear TV
iPhone 4S
JVC Everio GZ HM960BUS
Kindle Fire
LG ST600 Smart Upgrader
Olive O3 Music Server
RCA Wall Charger
Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet
Sony Personal 3D Viewer
TomTom GO2535 LIVE GPS
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Epson Megaplex

Just because the screen on your iPod or iPad is small, doesn’t mean the videos stored on it have to stay that way. Hook your iDevice to Epson’s MegaPlex projector so you can view your videos on a big screen or wall. MegaPlex comes in two versions. Both are LCD-based projectors with full-sized lamps (not pico projectors) capable of lighting up screens up to 100 inches. The $799 MG-850 puts out a 720p resolution image with 2,800 ANSI lumens, so it should be suitable for viewing with some ambient light. The less expensive $699 MG-50 is capable of the less-than HD resolution of 540p and 2,200 lumens light output, which is still pretty bright. Both models include two 10W speakers, so all you need to plug in is your source device. When you’re not watching a video, you can use a MegaPlex as a plain-old speaker dock to listen to your iPod/iPad music. There’s even a microphone input for Karaoke.  $699 and $799.

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