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iPowerUp to Launch New Palm-Size Projectors at CES

iPower Pro and iPower Sight Bring Extreme Portability to Large Screen Viewing

VENTURA, Calif., Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- iPowerUp, a leading designer of multi-function battery charging accessories, will unveil two new pocket-sized projectors at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Jan 8-11, 2013.  The newest additions to the iPowerUp® line are the iPower Pro for the iPhone 4S/4, and iPower Sight, designed to operate with HDMI devices, including smartphones, iPads and tablets, game consoles, and more.  To view these items, please contact Alyssa during the show [email protected] or (805) 798-2596 for Penthouse Suite number.

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iPower Pro - $279.99:  Carry a large screen projector, a back-up battery, and a protective iPhone 4/4S power case – all in a shirt pocket.  To enjoy large screen projections, slide the smartphone into the similarly sized iPower Pro form fitted case, press and hold the 'on' button, and project to a wall or any suitable surface to watch videos, slideshows, or business presentations.  The 15-lumen LED projector lamp ensures clear and brilliant 60-inch projection from up to 9.5 feet, and an optimum 640 X 360 DLP Optical pixel resolution lens and built-in adjustable speaker output offers a true large screen experience. The unit also features a built-in back up battery that offers additional video, talk, and text time to the smartphone.  Perfect for meetings, travel, or on-the-go entertainment.  To learn more about iPower Pro, please watch the video.

iPower Sight -  $389.99: HDMI palm-sized projector that plugs into smartphones, computers, laptops, iPads, notebooks, tablets, video players, game consoles, digital video cameras, and other HDMI electronic devices (or through HDMI adaptor). Project business presentations, or kick back and watch a movie, stream TV, play videogames and more.  The 85-lumen LED projector lamp displays videos and images at a 100-150 inch screen size with DLP Optical technology 854 X 480 at a distance of 10-25 feet.  Its powerful 3800mAh battery recharges via USB and even doubles as a backup battery for your devices when fully charged. A built-in focus feature adjusts the display for optimum resolution, while the dual speakers are controlled with a built-in volume scroll wheel.  Perfect for home or office.  To learn more about iPower Sight, please watch the video.

iPowerUp products are currently available at OfficeMax.com, Hudson News, and Radio Shack.

New for 2013

iPower Pro
Specifications:

Product name: iPower® Pro
Input: DC 5.0V 500mAh
Output: DC 5.0V 500mAh
Capacity: 2200mAh
Dimension: 2.46in x 4.98in x 0.72in Weight: 3.1oz
Lumens: Up to 12 ANSI
Audio Play: up to 28 hrs
Video Play: up to 2.5 hrs

Features:
The iPower® Pro for iPhone 4/4S projects videos and slideshow images up to 60-inch screen size with 0.5W audio output. The projector is charged through an external power source, through AC/DC or USB interfaces. The iPower Pro can provide power and when the iPhone is loaded in the projector, you can be in N video format.
Visit www.ipowerup.net for video conversion support.
Sync:  When iPhone is inserted in iPower case, you are able to synchronize your iPhone with iTunes or other iPower Pro case. It is recommended to use the original included mini USB cable, as other cables may not work properly.

Package Contents:
iPower® Pro case and cradle for iPhone 4/4S
Mini USB Cable
User Manual

iPower Sight
Product name: iPower® Sight
Dimension: 3.8 x 3.8 x 0.8 inches
Weight: 3.1 oz
Lumens: 85
Projection time: up to 2 hrs on a single charge
Screen size: up to 150'' screen

Features:
On/Off switch, volume scroll panel and LED status lights
DLP Optical technology 854 x 480 resolution lens projects to over a 150'' screen from up to 15 feet away  
Focus wheel adjustment for optimum viewing    
85 lumens offers super bright resolution and high quality picture (best results in a dim or darkened room)
Included tripod and HDMI cable for simple setup. (Specific device attachments not included)
Included DC wall and USB cables for simple charge up
Compatible with our iPower Amp as well as other audio speakers
Has a lifetime of 500 charge cycles on average
Comes in black finish

Package Contents:
iPower® Sight Projector
User manual
AC charging cables
HDMI cable
Tripod
(specific device connectors/adapters are not included, check with your device manufacturer for specific device connectors to HDMI cable).

About iPowerUp, Inc.
iPowerUp was founded in 2007 to answer the growing desire for elegantly designed, multi-function battery chargers and mobile accessories.  iPowerUp consistently provides customers with the most innovative and stylish designs available on the market.  Jerry Bessa, CEO, has led iPowerUp to a position of pre-eminence in the fast-paced mobile communications industry.  For more information, contact Saul Freedman, (Sales) 818-774-0801 ([email protected]) or Alexis Baxley (Marketing & PR) 805-639-4149 ([email protected]).  For additional information please visit http://www.ipowerup.net

iPhone 4/4S is trademark of Apple Computers, Inc., respectively.

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