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Explay unveils the "oio" pocket Nano-projector at SID 2007

Explay has introduced and demonstrated the oio at a press conference at the SID 2007. The oio, the first truly mobile and fully operational nano-projector, displayed a high image quality and brightness. The new pocket projector, to be launched in 2008, delivers a flexible viewing experience in environments ranging from a dimly lit bar to a bright office. The nano projector technology used in the oio can be used in many different consumer devices, such as cellular phones, media players, digital cameras and camcorders...

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Visit the Explay websiteExplay introduced and demonstrated the oio at a press conference at SID 2007 in Long Beach, California today. oio, the first truly mobile and fully operational nano-projector, displayed a high image quality and brightness.

"Explay is a nano-projection powerhouse. Based on years of experience and industry feedback, we believe that the nano-projector market will evolve initially through companions or stand alone devices. Accordingly, Explay has focused its efforts on delivering oio as a complete and truly mobile nano-projector solution," said Explay's CEO Mr. Daniel Oleiski.

oio projects an always focused eye safe image. The projector delivers a flexible viewing experience in environments ranging from a dimly lit bar to a bright office. oio's proprietary architecture will offer consumers and OEMs alike the opportunity to participate in this new market at an affordable price. Explay plans to launch oio in 2008.

Explay's technology is encompassing enough to serve the companion and the embedded nano-projector markets, as well as a host of other verticals including medical, security, and even artistic applications," added Mr. Daniel Oleiski.


About Explay
Explay specializes in the development of ultra small, full color, nano-projector engines, always eye safe, for a wide variety of consumer and vertical applications. Explay's engines produce low-power, high-brightness, always focused projections. The technology, which is customizable, can either be packaged as a companion device or be embedded in handheld products such as mobile phones, portable media players and digital cameras.

Additional information: Visit the Explay website
May 23, 2007
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