Velocity Micro outs Shine Projector and ICS Tablets

Shane McGlaun - Jan 4, 2012, 8:31am CST
Velocity Micro outs Shine Projector and ICS Tablets

Velocity Micro is out to grab some news ahead of the CES 2012 show kicking off this month. The company has unveiled a new DLP projector called the Shine. The little projector has 300 lumens of brightness and a native resolution of 1280 x 768. That means it supports 720p. The DLP chip is from TI and the projector has 1.4:1 throw ratio. The tiny projector weighs nine ounces and is about 4-inches long on the longest side.

The company also has a new tablet called the T507 that sells for under $150 and has a 7-inch screen. The processor is a Cortex A8 at 1.2GHz and it has a Mali 400MHz GPU. Other features include 8GB of RAM, a front camera, Android 4.0, and access to the Amazon app store. The Cruz T510 is a 9.7-inch tablet with the same specifications.

Velocity Micro also has a new ProMagix HD6000 notebook with Xeon processor inside, 32GB of RAM, Quadro 4000 graphics, 120GB SSD, and a 1TB HDD. The notebook also has a Blu-ray player, the notebook sells for $3,500. Rounding out the new announced products is the VMUltra drive that sells for under $180 and has a DVD burner, 500GB HDD, SD card reader and more.


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