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Console That Makes Your Phone A Smart TV

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Posted October 27, 2015

SlimPort Nano Console makes your smartphone a smart TV. It gives ability to:

  • Control your smartphone remotely from anywhere in the room.
  • Charge your smartphone.
  • Share your favorite media and apps on the big screen.

Your smartphone is capable of running games and apps equal to those on PCs and consoles.

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The included C.T.R.L.R has the same solid build as a full-size, console gamepad for ultimate control over Android games:

  • LOW-LATENCY BLUETOOTH SMART – Bluetooth Smart technology enables a super-fast data-exchange rate of 7ms (compared to 100ms for conventional wireless controllers), for reduced lag and extended battery life.
  • INTEGRATED MEDIA CONTROLS – Control volume and playback of video and music.
  • MULTIPLAYER SUPPORT – Connect two or more gamepads for multiplayer games.
  • MOUSE MODE – In this mode, the left analog stick controls your onscreen cursor. Ideal for touchscreen interaction.

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Also you can connect a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse and turn your phone into an office.

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The NANO∙CONSOLE has an additional HDMI port built in so you can connect additional devices, such as a video player, without needing to swap cables.

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Specs

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The Nano Console is up for pre-orders over on Indiegogo. The basic package will cost $34 if you be one of the first 200. After the Indiegogo campaign closes, it’ll be priced at $59. Shipping is estimated to start in Nov of 2015.

 

Source: Indiegogo

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