Digital Products International (DPI) has a wide-ranging multi-brand product portfolio presence in the market. It includes iLive (true wireless earbuds), GPX (projectors and TVs), SkyRider (drones), WeatherX (weather band radios and portable speakers), Amped Wireless (routers and antennas), Culinair (small appliances) and Memorex CE (audio products and TVs) brands.
At CES, the company deployed a number of introductions that will be released through 2020. They included the GPX PJ809 Micro Portable Home Theater Projector ($189) and the iLive IAEBTS410 Truly Wire-Free Earbuds with Portable Speaker ($49.99).
The iLive IAEBTS410 is not just a truly wireless earbuds set; its charging case also doubles as a mini Bluetooth speaker. This Bluetooth 5.0 system also features a built-in microphone for hands-free calling, on-ear controls, a built-in rechargeable battery within the case, and three sets of eartips.
The GPX Micro Portable Home Theater DLP Projector boast the following specs: built-in rechargeable battery; native resolution of 854x480 (aspect ratio of 16:9); brightness of 1200 Lumens; and support for 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p video formats.
It can project from distances up to 8.5 feet and yield a viewable screen size of up to 120 inches, says DPI. Included in the package are an HDMI cable, a tripod, a USB charging cable; a remote control; and an AC/DC power adapter.
One of the company’s initiatives this year will be making customized speakers available with promotional imprints, said Lizzy Donahower, marketing director and product development manager.